Victorious – “Broken Heart”

Ahmad J. Bell aka: (VICTORIOUS) is back with a new song and video, titled "Broken Heart," featuring Sean Johnson & Dee Black.  These young men are out in their communities talking to others while changing lives, one conversation at a time. They are not afraid to go into neighborhoods and reach out to hurting families, … Continue reading Victorious – “Broken Heart”

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“Perhaps” – A Poem by Vera Brittain – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo credit: bing.com/images Perhaps some day the sun will shine again, And I shall see that still the skies are blue, And feel one more I do not live in vain, Although bereft of you. Perhaps the golden meadows at my feet, Will make the sunny hours of spring seem gay, And I shall find … Continue reading “Perhaps” – A Poem by Vera Brittain – Poets Who Inspire!

Ray Stevens – “Everything Is Beautiful”

Photo Credit: Bing.com I have always been a person who absolutely loves music. I grew up listening to a wide variety of music because I grew up with so many diverse groups of friends, whom I love and still keep in contact with and get together with to this day. Ray Stevens could not have … Continue reading Ray Stevens – “Everything Is Beautiful”

Marvin Gaye – “Inner City Blues” (Make Me Wanna Holler)

Both Photo's credit: https://images.search.yahoo.com When I hear this song, I think of how empowering it must have been for Marvin Gaye to stand up and say, I am going to release this song, even though Berry Gordy wasn’t happy with him for releasing a protest song. During those days and earlier as many of us … Continue reading Marvin Gaye – “Inner City Blues” (Make Me Wanna Holler)

“O Willow Waly” Song From the 1961 Movie Thriller, “The Innocents”

Photo credit: https://images.search.yahoo.com “O Willow Waly” is one of the most beautifully written songs that I have ever heard. It's a song that if one closes their eyes, they can almost in vision a couple in love lying beneath a beautiful weeping willow tree and at an instant one of them are no longer there … Continue reading “O Willow Waly” Song From the 1961 Movie Thriller, “The Innocents”

Growing Up – A Poem by Emma – Child Poets Who Inspire!

Photo credit: bing.com This was a fun poem to read. It breaks down from a young girls perspective what will happen as she grows up and her body begins to change from a little girl to a woman. I love reading these children poems because I have young grandchildren who love reading, writing, drawing, music … Continue reading Growing Up – A Poem by Emma – Child Poets Who Inspire!

THE VOGUES – “FIVE O’CLOCK WORLD!”

Photo Credit: https://www.bing.com/images You just gotta love this song and the way the Vogues belted each note out. This is another song that signifies the '60s and I hold near and dear to my heart. There's just something to be said about the song writers of that era and the amazing groups of people who … Continue reading THE VOGUES – “FIVE O’CLOCK WORLD!”

“TRUTH COMING OUT OF HER WELL!” WARNING: The following photo contains nudity!

Truth coming out of her well. Credit: Jean-Leon Gerome According to a 19th century legend, the Truth and the Lie meet one day. The Lie says to the Truth: "It's a marvelous day today"! The Truth looks up to the skies and sighs, for the day was really beautiful. They spend a lot of time … Continue reading “TRUTH COMING OUT OF HER WELL!” WARNING: The following photo contains nudity!

Jean-Léon Gérôme – French Painter and Sculptor!”

Photo and biography credit: https://www.theartstory.org/artist/gerome-jean-leon/life-and-legacy During my reading of various poets, writers & artists, I happened upon this artist and sculptor. I read his biography and thought to myself, wow, where did this man get energy to do all the things he did and accomplished.   He was intelligent and knew what he wanted to do … Continue reading Jean-Léon Gérôme – French Painter and Sculptor!”

Congratulations to all 16 Nominees in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020!

Hi everyone - I know it's been a few days since I blogged anything, but my full time job has been keeping me busy and run down. I have missed communicating with each of you and will catch up on the great things you all have been posting soon. I can't tell you all how … Continue reading Congratulations to all 16 Nominees in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020!

The Supremes – I’m Living In Shame!

Photo Credit: www.bing images I have always been a huge fan of Diana Ross and the Supremes.  My sisters had all their music and I remember hearing their songs played on the record player and my sisters and their friends doing the dances of that time. There was the Mashed Potato, the Chicken Scratch, the … Continue reading The Supremes – I’m Living In Shame!

Arlo Guthrie – “The City of New Orleans!”

Photo Credit: Bing Images While out running errands this morning, I happened to hear Arlo Guthrie on the 70s channel of SiriusXM Radio. I haven't heard this song in quite some time. Honestly back when this song came out, I thought it to be a little sad as he referenced grave yards filled with old … Continue reading Arlo Guthrie – “The City of New Orleans!”

EZRA POUND – POETS WHO INSPIRE!

Photo Credit: Bing images Here’s a poet and critic of the twentieth century that walked to a beat of his own drum. Although controversial, but still standing for what he believed in at a time when you were shunned and out casted for being different or having your own ideas that didn’t coincide with the … Continue reading EZRA POUND – POETS WHO INSPIRE!

ALICE WALKER – POETS WHO INSPIRE!

Photo credit: Bing images As an avid reader and writer, I love reading and researching about other writers I know little or nothing at all about.  Many of these people have lived incredible lives and others have had nothing but made something great out of the nothing.  Well, I know who the great Alice Walker … Continue reading ALICE WALKER – POETS WHO INSPIRE!

Dandelions – The Incredible Edible Flower!

Photo Credit: www.ediblewildfood.com Gardeners have cursed the dandelion and its pervasive nature. They pop up everywhere in spring and are so hard to get rid of. Having grown up in a small West Texas town, I am no stranger to the Dandelion; although we pulled them up with our gloved hands or chopped them down … Continue reading Dandelions – The Incredible Edible Flower!

Imogen Kate Hindson – Inspiring Child Poets!

https://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images I Love My Brother - My brother is sweet, My brother is nice, When I am upset, I come for advice. He teaches me new stuff Almost all the time, And I think that Is really, really kind. I love my brother, And he loves me. Now that's the way It's meant to be. … Continue reading Imogen Kate Hindson – Inspiring Child Poets!

Michaela George – Child Poets!

  Here is another talented child writer. Her name is Michaela George, and she’s 12 years old. Michaela enjoys writing songs, stories, and poems. Isn’t it fascinating to find so many children writing such outstanding poetry at such a young age? I find it just incredible and love seeing children diving into good books, putting … Continue reading Michaela George – Child Poets!

Ahmad J. Bell aka, “VICTORIOUS!” – People Who Inspire Others!

There are many people out there who believe the music industry has gone too far with adding to their genres, Hip Hop Gospel. Look around you, there’s a new generation and new wave of musicians out there who are making a difference in the lives of many others. Hip Hop has stood the test of … Continue reading Ahmad J. Bell aka, “VICTORIOUS!” – People Who Inspire Others!

Ten Years After – “I’d Love to Change the World!”

Photo credit: www.songfacts.com Well, here's a band I haven't heard in years. I am sad to say that I had forgotten about them until I heard I'd Love to Change the World on my Sirius radio a few weeks ago. I can tell you it awakened in me the feelings of the 70's as a … Continue reading Ten Years After – “I’d Love to Change the World!”

Phillis Wheatley – Poets Who Inspire!

  Photo Credit: https://www.bing.com/images This is a lady I've heard of before, but never read any of her writings and poetry.  I am very impressed and will definitely spend time reading about her.  She was truly a unique woman who was blessed to have people around her who cared enough to teach her to read … Continue reading Phillis Wheatley – Poets Who Inspire!

Sly and the Family Stone: Hot Fun in the Summertime

Photo Credit: Bing Images I was only 6 years old when Sly and the Family Stone’s song “Hot Fun in the Summertime” was playing on the radio and burning up the charts. I can remember as I grew older, seeing my sisters, brother and their friends dancing, singing and enjoying the sounds of this band. … Continue reading Sly and the Family Stone: Hot Fun in the Summertime

Remaining Positive in a Negative World!

Photo credit: Bing images In an ever-changing world filled with such negative news, people, relationships, politics and demanding jobs; it’s easy for people to become more and more depressed. Our thoughts become words, our words become action and if all we do is think negative thoughts, our actions will have negative consequences. Often, we need … Continue reading Remaining Positive in a Negative World!

Whisper a Little Prayer – A Poem

Photo Credit: Bing Images Whisper a little prayer; One of peace and love. Words sincerely spoken; To our father who lives above. Through trauma and anguish; light and love break chains. These things will survive; the worst of many trials. Dream a little dream; Come on, dance in the rain! For the rain purifies the … Continue reading Whisper a Little Prayer – A Poem

Famous Quotes by Oscar Wilde!

Wallpaper photo credit: historicalwallpapers.blogspot.com Enjoy these amazing quotes filled with truth and seasoned with humor. 1.“Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.” “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” “Education is an admirable thing, but it is well … Continue reading Famous Quotes by Oscar Wilde!

The Beautiful Poetry of Oscar Wilde – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: Bing.com/images Although Oscar Wilde's life was riddled with controversy, he was still a great poet. His quotes are still being used to this day. I never knew anything about him growing up, or at least I don't remember. My love for Ireland and Phil Lynott led me to read about this poet. There … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Oscar Wilde – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Erika L. Sanchez – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: www.bing.com/images Ladies and Gentlemen, here is another amazing poet that I have never heard of, but who is doing some incredible things with her life, while touching and inspiring the lives of many others!  I am truly happy to have run across this author, poet and teacher! Erika L. Sánchez (born c. 1984) … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Erika L. Sanchez – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Robert Frost – Poets Who Inspire!

  Such a true quote!  Photo Credit: www.bing.com/images Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was an American poet. His work was initially published in England before it was published in America. Known for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech, Frost frequently wrote about settings from rural life … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Robert Frost – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Langston Hughes – Poets Who Inspire –

Photo Credit: bing.com/images It has truly been a pleasure and an honor to have the ability to read up on such amazing human beings, who exhibited such great strength and courage! This man lived a great life and wrote in a way that others could live through his writings in a time filled with chaos. … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Langston Hughes – Poets Who Inspire –

The Beautiful Poetry of Mary Elizabeth Frye – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: bing.com Biography -  Born Mary Elizabeth Clark, and orphaned at the age of three. In 1927 she married Claud Frye. The identity of the author of the poem was unknown until the late 1990s, when Frye revealed that she had written it. Her claim was later proven by Abigail Van Buren. Her poem … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Mary Elizabeth Frye – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Oriah Mountain Dreamer – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: bing.com I ran across this amazing woman while reading up on Poets and Authors this afternoon.  I am amazed with her strength and the steps she took to finding out what was wrong with her and being strong enough to do what it took to heal her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Having this syndrome … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Oriah Mountain Dreamer – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Angelina Weld Grimké – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: Bing Images Here is a writer and poet that I have never heard of. Her biography details that she was a lesbian living in a time when it wasn't accepted. It seems that her mother wasn't in the picture, possibly in a mental institution, but this young lady went on to publish a … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Angelina Weld Grimké – Poets Who Inspire!

The Poetry of Forrest Hamer – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: Bing Images I am featuring a poet that I have never heard of before. After reading his poems, I knew I had to introduce others to his poetry.  I have to say; I am enjoying reading these biographies and poetry. The poets have something in their minds and hearts and need to express it, … Continue reading The Poetry of Forrest Hamer – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Emily Dickinson – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: Bing Images It is such a great feeling to read up on someone who lived such a long time ago, but made the amount of impact on writing and poetry that Emily Dickinson did. She sounds like she was truly an amazing woman with quite a library in her head in which she … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Emily Dickinson – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Jim Morrison – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo credit: Bing images I was only 8 years old when Jim Morrison passed away, but I will always remember my sister with several of the doors posters hanging on her wall and she and her friends playing their music on the record player.  My favorite song was always "Light My Fire," but now as … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Jim Morrison – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo credit: Bing photo images Edgar Allan Poe; born Edgar Poe; January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) was an American writer, editor, and literary critic. Poe is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. He is widely regarded as a central figure of Romanticism in … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Maya Angelou – Poets Who Inspire!

Photo Credit: www.npr.org I will be posting poetry by poets who have inspired not only myself; but millions of people around the world. These poets have made a huge impact on the lives of those who read their books, but also those whom may have suffered through similar experiences and can relate. Today I am … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Maya Angelou – Poets Who Inspire!

The Beautiful Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks – Poets Who Inspire!

  Photo courtesy of Getty Images. Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was an African-American poet. She was appointed Poet Laureate of Illinois in 1968 and Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1985. Biography Credit: Poem Hunter.com Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was born on June 7, 1917, in Topeka, Kansas, the first child of David … Continue reading The Beautiful Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks – Poets Who Inspire!

Beautiful Poems by Christina Georgina Rossetti – Poets Who Inspire!

  Photo credit: Wikipedia Since I love writing and love creating beautiful poetry, I thought it would be a great idea to highlight some of the great poets past and present.  I decided to start off with the late, great poet "Christina Georgina Rosetti. TAKEN FROM WIKIPEDIA: Christina Georgina Rossetti was an English poet who … Continue reading Beautiful Poems by Christina Georgina Rossetti – Poets Who Inspire!

The Death of Philomena Lynott – The Mother of Thin Lizzy Front Man, Philip Parris Lynott!

Photo credit: Getty Images Wednesday, June 12, 2019 was a sad day in Ireland. Philomena Lynott, the mother of Thin Lizzy front man, Phil Lynott died at her home in Sutton at the age of 88. Ms. Lynott had been battling cancer for years and had refused treatment stating she wanted to die with dignity. … Continue reading The Death of Philomena Lynott – The Mother of Thin Lizzy Front Man, Philip Parris Lynott!

Everybody, Somebody, Anybody & Nobody!

Photo credit: Bing Images This is a little story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.  There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody's job. Everybody … Continue reading Everybody, Somebody, Anybody & Nobody!

Thanatophobia is a Real Phobia Suffered by Many Individuals

While reading up on this phobia, I found this article on Wikipedia. Death anxiety is anxiety which is caused by thoughts of death. One source defines death anxiety as a "feeling of dread, apprehension or solicitude (anxiety) when one thinks of the process of dying, or ceasing to 'be'". It is also referred to as … Continue reading Thanatophobia is a Real Phobia Suffered by Many Individuals

Oceans – Hillsong United (Where Feet May Fail)

This is one of the most beautiful, yet haunting worship songs I have ever heard. It's not a long song with a lot of verses, yet it's unique as lead singer, Taya Smith repeats the main chorus several times as she brings a wave a cold chills with her beautifully trained, soft and unstrained voice. … Continue reading Oceans – Hillsong United (Where Feet May Fail)

Krzysztof Komeda-Trzcinski – Music Composer for the movie “Rosemary’s Baby!” (1968)

For those of you who were born in the 60's and grew up in the 70's, you have to remember Roman Polanski's movie "ROSEMARY'S BABY!" This true thriller movie was a huge hit in 1968, with a soundtrack by a Polish musician named Krzysztof Komeda. Here's a mini biography of Komeda who was born on … Continue reading Krzysztof Komeda-Trzcinski – Music Composer for the movie “Rosemary’s Baby!” (1968)

Learning to Forgive: Part 5 of 5

When we sincerely mean the words we pray, God has forgiven every sin we have ever committed and will commit. There is something that we all must remember if we start to condemn ourselves. If we have surrendered control of our lives to God, our-day-to day life will become different. Everyone is a sinner. And the … Continue reading Learning to Forgive: Part 5 of 5

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month!

Mental Health Awareness Month (also referred to as "Mental Health Month," has been observed in the month of May in the United States since 1949, reaching millions of people in the United States through the media, local events, and screenings. For many years there have been such a great Stigma attached to this disorder. Stigma is … Continue reading May is National Mental Health Awareness Month!

Phil Lynott and The King’s Call

Solo in Soho is the first solo album by Irish rock singer Philip Lynott, released while he was still in Thin Lizzy. Current and former Lizzy members guested on the album, including: Scott Gorham, Brian Downey, Snowy White, and Gary Moore. Brian Robertson contributed to the writing of the song, "Girls". The album was released … Continue reading Phil Lynott and The King’s Call

U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves: The Real Lone Ranger!

{ son Bennie} Throughout the years, many people have asked the question, if U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves, the former slave was the true inspiration behind he television series "The Lone Ranger?" Well, let's travel down the road and back in history and time a little bit and put some of these pieces together and … Continue reading U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves: The Real Lone Ranger!

When You Die – A Poem

When you die and live no more; Your eyes no longer behold the beauty of nature. Your hands no longer hold your favorite cup of coffee. Those left behind remember and embrace your legacy; of empowering devotion and resolution to life's problems. You were the stars shining fiercely bright; the pollen in the most beautiful … Continue reading When You Die – A Poem

Clark Gable, III Cause of Death Revealed

I wanted to wait until the autopsy results came back before writing about this story. I have never seen a Clark Gable movie, but have heard from others who have that he was a great actor and humanitarian. A classic movie lover myself, so I plan to watch some of his movies soon.  It's such … Continue reading Clark Gable, III Cause of Death Revealed

United We Stand – A POEM

United we stand! Divided we fall! Strength in numbers with all-hands-on-deck. Our world so divided We should all make a stand and create love for animals and our fellow man. Let us teach the younger generation truth and integrity, so they will have the strength to climb higher mountains. Their shoulders will be strong enough … Continue reading United We Stand – A POEM

I’m Yours and You’re Mine – A Poem

As sprinkles of confetti rained down upon us, You were the surprise I always longed for. Happiness no longer living inside or within, A smile once there, tragically wiped off my face. The love in your laughter feeds my dying heart, Like the warm morning sun, you shine so bright. An old soul I am … Continue reading I’m Yours and You’re Mine – A Poem

EVACUATE – A POEM

Evacuate your mind. Evacuate your heart Evacuate the hate New man new start   Evacuate your soul Deep down within Evacuate the past Evacuate the sin   Evacuate the old And sometimes new Evacuate the jealousy It hurts no one but you   Evacuate life's curses Evacuate the struggles Evacuate childhood fears False evidence appearing … Continue reading EVACUATE – A POEM

TWAS the Day Before Christmas – A Poem

Photo Credit: bing images “Twas the day before Christmas and all through the town, Hundreds of people were scurrying and rushing around. The once stocked shelves were completely picked bare, By last minute wild shoppers who did not even care. That perfect gift they looked for, but many could not find, Store after store searching … Continue reading TWAS the Day Before Christmas – A Poem

A Father Chooses Compassion When Confronting His Son’s Bully!

  A father in Houston, Texas, is being applauded for choosing kindness instead of anger when confronting the boy who’d been bullying his son at school. Their heartening story has been shared thousands of times, and now the father says the two boys are closer than ever. Last week, Aubrey Fontenot uploaded a Twitter video of … Continue reading A Father Chooses Compassion When Confronting His Son’s Bully!

The Painting – A Short Story

Chapter One: The Dream It was a beautiful fall morning. The brightly colored leaves softly making a crackling sound while fluttering as the wind gently blew through the trees. This almost communicative whistling sound was one of the many things; both Alex and Cindy loved about fall. Cindy awakened from a deep sleep, panting and … Continue reading The Painting – A Short Story

Depression is a Beast!

DEPRESSION IS A BEAST! Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called "Major Depressive Disorder," or "Clinical Depression," it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. You may have trouble doing normal day-to-day activities, … Continue reading Depression is a Beast!

When did Working an Honest Job Become a Shameful Thing?

It seems that every time you watch the news, log into social media or turn on the radio, you are hearing more stories of individuals who feel it's their job and duty to either body shame another, call others names based on their skin color, religion, financial status and now we have people shaming an … Continue reading When did Working an Honest Job Become a Shameful Thing?

Aretha Franklin – The Death of the Queen of Soul

After hearing the news of Aretha Franklin's passing, I was among the many thousands of  people truly saddened. I like many who loved her music, spirit, strength & soulful voice find comfort in knowing she is now at peace and in a much better place filled with beauty, love and no longer in pain. Aretha … Continue reading Aretha Franklin – The Death of the Queen of Soul

Discovering Thin Lizzy all Over Again and Frontman the Late Phil Lynott August 20, 1949 – January 4, 1986

  I am a huge music fan and love music of many genres. I am especially intrigued by music from the 60's, 70's & the 80's. I listen to a wide variety of music and at one time in my life chased the dream of being a singer. I still love singing and writing song … Continue reading Discovering Thin Lizzy all Over Again and Frontman the Late Phil Lynott August 20, 1949 – January 4, 1986

Anthony Michael Bourdain – The Death of a Great Man. June 25, 1956 – June 8, 2018

Anthony Michael Bourdain was born on June 25, 1956, to Pierr & Gladys Bourdain in New York City.  He was an American celebrity chef, author, travel Documentarian, and international culture, cuisine, and the human condition.  He was noted by popular sources as one of the popular sources as one of the most influential chefs in … Continue reading Anthony Michael Bourdain – The Death of a Great Man. June 25, 1956 – June 8, 2018

Today is My Birthday and the Anniversary of the Death of My Husband

Grieving the loss of a spouse is hard. Death, regardless of the details, can be devastating to those left behind. The loss becomes greater when it occurs on a special day such as the surviving spouses birthday. I am writing this because my husband passed away 6 years ago today, on my birthday while talking … Continue reading Today is My Birthday and the Anniversary of the Death of My Husband

You will know Your Loved One’s in Heaven

"At the resurrection, people will neither marry, nor be given in marriage; they will be like the angels in heaven." (Matthew 22:30) We won't be married, but will know our loved ones in heaven! Just to know we will know our loved ones in heaven is an incredible thought! We will see those smiling faces … Continue reading You will know Your Loved One’s in Heaven

“ The Paradoxical Commandments”

People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered. Love them anyway. If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish ulterior motives. Do good anyway. If you are successful, you will win false friends and true enemies. Succeed anyway. The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway. Honesty and frankness make you … Continue reading “ The Paradoxical Commandments”

Tim Bergling, aka Avicii – 09/08/1989-04/20/2018

The music world has truly lost a talented and gifted artist and music producer. Tim Bergling was born on September 8, 1989 to Anki Liden an actress in Stockholm, Sweden. Better known by his stage name Avicii , was a Swedish musician, DJ, remixer and record producer. One of the most popular DJs of the … Continue reading Tim Bergling, aka Avicii – 09/08/1989-04/20/2018

Prince Rogers Nelson – Our Prince 06/07/1958 – 04/21/2016

Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Mattie Shaw, a jazz singer, and social worker, and John L. Nelson, a lyricist, and pianist. His father's stage name was "Prince Rogers". His parents were both from African-American families from Louisiana. They separated during his youth, which caused him to move back and forth. Prince … Continue reading Prince Rogers Nelson – Our Prince 06/07/1958 – 04/21/2016

Depression During The Holidays

The Holidays are upon us and for many, it's not a happy time. We all know that the Holidays are very depressing for some, and we know that some people don't have a family to check on them. Many have lost loved ones or have family that just won't make time for them. Don't give … Continue reading Depression During The Holidays