Vote on November 3rd, 2020

I am so passionate about everyone who is eligible actually submitting a ballot. I am also so passionate about voting for those who are not centered in most conversations. Many people believe we should vote for what serves our family the best, but I disagree to some extent. I know my family is safe, has... Continue Reading →

Ilhan Omar Deserves a Second Term

I'll be the first one to tell you I have had a hard life. A brief summary: I lived in 30 different homes throughout my childhood, my parents divorced and fought an ugly custody battle that ultimately awarded 100% custody to my dad due to my mom being deemed "unfit" when I was in my... Continue Reading →

family tree poem

when i look at our family tree, it seems safe to say that the only similarity i am confident of is this:   generation after generation, our tears are in the same language.  

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑