June rocked my world. I was working on a memoir in Berkeley at my first ever writing workshop & thankfully managed to escape the Texas heat for a couple of weeks, I took a much needed social media hiatus and I finally got a copy of Tracy McMillan’s book to read. Summer’s in full swing, and I’m plugging along, praying that my air conditioner will make it through a series of triple-digit days.
Here were some of the top posts from June:
When they only date white girls and other musings on interracial dating (I have been having a mental block trying to get through Swirling for a number of reasons I’ll mention when I finally finish it and review it here.)
Gratitude for my friends and followers: The 6-Month Anniversary post This could also be called: I feel really lucky that you care what I have to say/write/blog. So, thank you.
I am not auditioning to be your wife & a counter to Tracy McMillan Because people still think that women are engaged in work in the world for the entertainment of men. One word: Sexist.
He did his best: For other orphans on Father’s Day No June is really complete without a Father’s Day moment for me.
What does too much independence look like? I still don’t really know the answer.
Single Lady Quotes: Helen Keller She rocked. I don’t think she liked black people, but she was a woman of her era.