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Do You Know Your History?
This is part one of a historical journey into my paternal past. It is important to know where you come from. You cannot know where you are going until you understand where you come from. Thank you for sharing in this personal slice of my history.

Embrace Your Greatness
As we celbrate Black History Month, let us remember that is more than a one time celebration. It should be a way of life. Each day we should celebrate who we are, where came from, and the greatness our lives behold.

To Love Purely
Do you love unconditionally? We have so many definitions of what love is and what love looks like. What reflection does your love cast? Is it pure or polluted with unattainable conditions?

Sharing The Love On Valentine's Day
What's the saying: Love don't cost a thing? Make this Valentine's Day special without having to break the bank.

Chocolate Raspberry Molten Lava Cake
Here is a very easy to follow Molten Chocolate Cake recipe. It can be made ahead and frozen, and warmed in the oven for ten minutes to melt the center when ready to serve.

Looking Ahead
As we celebrate Black History, we can take a page from the books of those who have gone before us—never lose hope for a better tomorrow.

A Strong Foundation In Marriage
Successful marriages have strong foundations composed of honesty, trust, unconditional love, and realistic expectations.

Is There A Dreamer In The House?
Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.

Crisis In Haiti
After a devastating earthquake, the desparation and need grows in the nation of Haiti.

A Year In Retrospect
A year ago, we watched as the first African American man was sworn into the highest office in the land: President of the United States. With that came a sense of hope, pride, inspiration and a feeling of change. How many of us still feel the same? What are we looking for in this coming year?

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