It is frustrating women around the world are STILL fighting against the male ego, unjustified laws, and outrageous religious traditions. As I am becoming wiser, I am more aware of women’s rights every day. We are up against political leaders telling women to “shut up” or “get over it” if they are victims of rape orContinue reading “A “New Agenda” is Due”
My boyfriend and I Google new restaurants to eat at in Atlanta all the time. We make a conscious effort to explore new restaurants when we get together. I’ve put together a list of my top eight favorite places based on the quality of the food, service, and the ambiance. If you live in AtlantaContinue reading “The Top 8 Places To Eat in Atlanta”
In Atlanta, there is a trail that runs 22 miles of unused railroad corridors, which passes through the heart of the city’s in-town neighborhoods. We call it “The Beltline”. This trail is an outdoor art gallery full of art installations, graffiti under the bridges and other cool street art to admire or have an InstagramContinue reading “Spring on the Beltline”
Dearly beloved we a gathered here today to get through this thing we call life.
On September 10th, was the last day of the Andy Warhol exhibit at the High Museum. Warhol was a controversial artist who was one of the leading figures in the pop art scene many years ago. Andy Warhol is one of my favorite artists and I was so excited to see his work.