You know, they say a woman's intuition is never really wrong. At this stage in my life, I know all too well what that gut feeling is like. But we as women, often choose to ignore it. At least I did! I felt it in my gut. I used to feel my gut, twisting and … Continue reading Felt It In My Gut – On Learning to Trust My Intuition
I really only had 2 options growing up, Option 1. Become a black queen, causing stereotypes to be broken and live up to my highest potential. Option 2. Or be a black hoe, living up to the status quo that was constantly being embedded! I heard it every day and it made me question my … Continue reading Status Quo By Nessla1 feat. Patrick Dougher
Sunshine the Conservative Mom, meets ehr first love, a military man named Brandon. They marry quickly and she begins raising a family. But sunshine does not always come when you expect it.
A poem releasing my resentment and my anger towards both my parents, but primarily my mother! A poem of forgiveness so that I can continue to elevate on my journey and in my truth. From the beginning, my childhood was cut short… Innocence stripped away young, like leaves burning on a tree, It was, as … Continue reading Release By Nessla1 feat Murjoni
Who am I? Hello, I’m Sunshine and I am many, many things. I’m a 29-year-old mother of three, divorcee, Christian, Army Veteran, Stay-at-Home Mom… oh, and a registered Republican. Intrigued yet? Like many of my peers, I was raised by a single mother in sunny Orlando, Florida. Sure, Florida is definitely South if you’re looking … Continue reading Sunshine the Conservative Mom
“Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.” Nickolas Tesla Herstun asked me to tell you about myself. The infamous tell me about yourself question -- the make or break that can solidify … Continue reading Nessla1 — The Survivor