My freshman year of college was unlike any experience I've had before. I had a lot of ups and downs and learned a lot. I decided to share a few things that I learned. DO NOT bring everything from home to college. It is not necessary to bring your whole… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned my Freshman Year
Through college I have grown my faith in Christ tremendously. I have learned to turn to him in rough situations and to build a true relationship with him. I was doing my devotional and I was really led by the Holy Spirit to share it with my readers. So, here it goes! Choosing Faith 4)… Continue reading Daily Devotional: Choosing Joy
I did it! I have officially completed my first year of college. I am so excited to have gotten to this point in my life. I would not have been able to do this with out all of the support from my family and friends. Although I have faced a few challenges along the way,… Continue reading 1st Year of College Wrap Up!
Hey y'all! I know it's been a good minute since I have posted, school has really kept me busy. But, now I'm back with a style post! Many of you all know that my major is Apparel Design and I decided to start remaking/make different types of clothes. This was my first project. I bought… Continue reading Men’s Shirt Into Off the Shoulder Top
This year was my first year being apart of the Mardi Gras festivities. I started my Mardi Gras on Friday by going to New Orleans with a few friends. We went ate at The Cheesecake Bistro by Copeland's, watched a parade where we each got plenty of beads and big cups, and of course we had… Continue reading My First Mardi Gras
Amos 'N' Andy was the rare controversial TV program that's maintained its controversy for more than 60 years since its initial broadcast. In 1926 it started as a comedy series named "Sam 'n' Henry" on Chicago's WGN radio station. It later became "Amos 'N' Andy two years later. by 1951 Amos 'N' Andy became a television… Continue reading First African American TV Series
The iconic Betty Boop character was inspired by an African American jazz singer in Harlem. The inspiration of the cartoon has been traced back to Esther Jones, who was also known as "Baby Esther". She performed regularly in the Cotton Club during the 1920s. Betty Boop is a cartoon introduced by Max Fletcher in 1930.… Continue reading The Real Betty Boop!