On the anniversary of Loving Vs. Virginia, I am thankful. I am grateful that my country’s justice system recognizes people of different race and accepts interracial couples. Couples that find strength in each other’s differences and learn from each other is a magnificent thing. If this weren’t the case, I am not sure I would have a chance at existence; many people probably could relate. … Continue reading Melting Pot Babies
I’ve written about this before, but still think about it often: how crazy it is to be so absolutely happy, but have this terrible sadness at the same time. I used to underscore my troubles by diminishing it to “first world problems” so people could take what I am saying not so seriously. I did not want to be judged for feeling the way I … Continue reading Shying away instead of speaking up, why do we do it?
It was the day we had been looking forward to ever since we knew about you. We had a countdown until that day we would finally get to see you. In excitement and nervousness we made a list of questions to ask the doctor – to make sure we were helping you grow in the healthiest and strongest way possible. We never got to share … Continue reading Misfortune
In order to start fresh and be fair to everyone and everything in my new world…I need to first say goodbye to what had been my world for a huge chunk of my life. To give this somewhat of an introduction, I will start by saying that my new world has me following my passion. In this new life, I have met some inspiring people, … Continue reading Mourning over what Was….Smiling about and welcoming all that Is