It was 3 months before my 40th birthday. Taking a walk on the beach, as I so love to do occasionally, I thought how blessed I was to have another year added to my life. Not everyone was so lucky. Normally, I celebrate my birthday quietly with a few close friends; no hassle. Not that […]
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My 40th birthday is coming up and I am definitely celebrating myself with a photoshoot. I have been scouring the internet for all the things to do to get a wonderful photoshoot and this is what I have come up with. The most important thing my precious self is looking for this year, is swag.
I heard a lot of noise, was someone crying? All four of the televisions we had were tuned to the news and there were blaring reports of a local nightclub in Brooklyn where police were on the scene. Whose voices are those? Is it my party? It was one week before my fifth birthday and
“Our society doesn’t prepare us for failure and that is wrong.” – Kwame Sarpong Asiedu My first decade was uneventful but one thing was drummed in, you cannot fail. So right from the start, I was primed to be competitive. At the end of that decade, I took my Common Entrance Examination and ended up