Hi There! I am so happy that you stopped by site. I love being a dance mom, creating great memories, and learning to manage and teach our children to be good stewards of their money. Most importantly, I love to share. Sharing is about healing! We all need healing, so good or bad, up or down, right or wrong; I share…and hope you will to!
I am a new am also a womanist. What does that mean? Womanist is a social theory, the term coined by Alice Walker, based on the experiences and history of women of color. I believe in the educational, social, political, economic and sexual equality of the sexes. I am a graduate of Spelman College and Johns Hopkins University who is married with children. . I’m sharing my struggle with life. I won’t demean it and give it a name or title because you can’t put it in a box, like elation or depression or hormones or joy or exhaustion. It’s none and all of those things. I struggle regularly to get out of bed, go to work, manage my household, educate my children, be a good steward of our finances, find my passion…the list goes on. The point is that I struggle. Despite what people see, despite the person
I share my life as a boss lady: consultant, dance mom, pageant mom, and currently the Sudbrook PTSA President with a social media presence on Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. I can even use google on my iPhone; for my age, that might make me a social media guru.
Our family finds the humor and sorrow in our everyday, ordinary lives! Providing hope and motivating myself and others. I work full-time during the day, part-time at night, and ALL-THE-TIME to achieve our goals, of which our family has many! We are loving life, building a legacy and sharing the wealth!
Currently, we live in Randallstown, a small town in Baltimore County, MD. A large part of our lives revolve around academics, dance and travel.
I am starting anew by doing something that I’ve never done – Sharing my struggle. And it’s okay!!