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Women Within

For most of my adult life, my domestic duties were few: I shopped for one, then two; ate out most nights; ran a quick towel over barely used dining tables. Spent my time, instead, “building a career,” relishing in the freedom to travel, to party, to pursue my dreams. But in “advanced maternal age,” I entered … Continue reading

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A Cup of Yum

One of my dreams is to open up a tea bar one day soon. Overview of concept pending. My “virtual” Harmony Tea Bar will, until it spreads open its doors, offer tea facts, tea recipes, tea making tips. Right now, I am savoring a little slice of heaven on earth, enjoying a moment at home … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The Militant Negro™:
By Jueseppi B.           I was raised by my grandparents, we arrived in the United States from Marsala, Sicily when I was but 3 years old. My grandfather worked in the Indiana Steel Mills off the Chicago Skyway, the skeletons of those mills are still visible today…

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The HUG Award!

Thanks so much to Jueseppi B. of http://www.TheObamaCrat.com for nominating TheMendingVerse for the HUG (Hope Unites Globally) Award. Juesseppi does a phenomenal job fulfilling the mission of this award’s criteria. Please check out the incredible and necessary coverage and righteous outrage he’s pouring into George Zummerman’s murder of Trayvon Martin.  I LOVE the mission of the … Continue reading

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The Garment

“Then Jesus called in a loud voice. He said, ‘Lazarus, come out!’ The dead man came out. His hands and feet were wrapped with strips of linen. A cloth was around his face. Jesus said to them, ‘Take off the clothes he was buried in and let him go.’” – John 11: 43-44 They keep … Continue reading

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