It’s not a secret that teaching today is much harder than it was 10, 20, or 30 years ago. Not only have the students and what it takes to spark and maintain interest and attention completely changed, but so has the political climate. And that means what was once a given when it came to […]
We’re in season 4 of this pandemic, and the writers are getting desperate. First, it was complete and total lockdown. Our schools ceased to operate, we almost had to resort to using our favorite old t-shirts to wipe our own asses, and we were washing our groceries, of all things. There were murder hornets. A […]
If you’re wondering how folks are coping with this election anxiety the answer is simple- no so good, bitch!
One can only hope that the museum is run by powerful sorcerers and psychics, and that this very fitting trash effigy is a sign of things yet to come.
Tonight, I’m thankful that Big Gretch is safe, but tomorrow, some shit has got to change.
Yes, my children are in a pod. A pod not every parent can afford, but a pod that is best for my children, who are Black. So take your judgment elsewhere.
I miss them when they’re gone, but sometimes it’s important to realize that life is bigger than sports.
Raising an introvert is hard. Raising a Black son is often terrifying. Raising one who is both presents a special set of challenges for a mother.