Friday FAQS: African Americans and MS

Historically MS was thought to primarily affect Caucasians, particularly those of Northern European descent, but more is being learned about other racial and ethnic populations. Studies of military personnel and subscribers of Southern California Kaiser Permanente healthcare system both indicate a higher incidence (the number of people NEWLY diagnosed with MS within a given periodContinue reading “Friday FAQS: African Americans and MS”

Grateful, Thankful, Blessed

My cousin sent me a video of former NFL player, Tommie Harris, speaking at the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration event. He told his story of having lost his wife to a brain aneurysm after only 41 days of being married. The audience gasped, as did I. Then he proceeded to say, “Death is a thingContinue reading “Grateful, Thankful, Blessed”

Trick or Treat?

” But I ain’t into trickin’, just to treatin’And I ain’t into treatin’ every trick that I’m meetin’ Wreckx-n-Effect I’m such an 80’s baby and I’m also so super random!  These are the lyrics that popped in my head after reading this scripture,  “[God]…Guide me away from temptation and doing evil. Save me from sinful habitsContinue reading “Trick or Treat?”

Stay Calm…

Don’t worry, don’t fear, the ten ways to date during the COVID-19 social distancing mandates is here! Whew, that’s a mouthful! So yes, Singles, you don’t have to put finding love on hold for 3-6 months. And couples, you don’t have to put finding love [again] on hold either. You can still date, just now,Continue reading “Stay Calm…”


The lyrics of a new worship song, “Rattle” have been ringing in my ears all week. “This is the sound of dry bones rattlingThis is the praise make a dead man walk againOpen the graveI’m coming outI’m gonna liveGonna live againThis is the sound of dry bones rattling” Elevation Worship This is my new anthem…LIVE!Continue reading “Reflection”