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The difference between a wife, Mistress and a Side Hoe 2017

Posted on March 10, 2017 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Have you ever wondered what the differences are between a wife, a mistress, and a side hoe? Throughout history, we've read stories of the Ancestors, and we know that men dating more than one women, is very common.  Ancient stories like Cleopatra and the Myth of Abraham and Hagar, shows that its sometimes necessary for a family to require more than one women for nation building. It's scientifically proven that anyone with a side piece is much happier, they have less stress, lower blood pr...

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The Hoe Phase

Posted on March 9, 2017 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Once upon a time, not long ago, I was a Hoe, and I'm admitting it, I won't take it back, because I did that shit." Mariah Lynn. If being irresponsible with my body, and my sexuality, is under the Umbrella term "Hoe", then yes, I was a hoe. A child from an unbalanced home, seeks affection from the craziest places; Any affection, to someone who is "broken", is better than having no affection, right? I felt that a women should have a man, strive to be a wife, and have her own family. It was alw...

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taking accountability

Posted on October 31, 2016 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Today I am looking at the girl in the mirror. I am taking accountability for the so called "bad things" that has hapened in my life. Today, I admit that I have played a huge part in where I am, and where I am not in life. I am not working as an actress, because I chose not to. I am too lazy to get up and work for that dream of mine, I expect it to come easy. I don't have the credit score or house that I want because of lack of budgeting my money. I am not married because I used to leave when ...

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Posted on October 30, 2016 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (0)

what is love? Many people are confused about this four letter word. I used to think, it was when someone accepted you for who you were, with no complaints and disagreemnts. I used to think, it was when your mate would'nt cheat and they aways wanted to be around you. My ideas on what love was, is what has given me much heart ache and disappointment. If that's what Love is, then no one has ever loved me and I've never loved anyone else either. When I think of unconditional and true love, it ...

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Posted on October 23, 2016 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

I know Its been awhile since ive posted a blog, and I am truly sorrry that I've kept you all waiting. Since my return from Nigeria, I've been really busy reevaluating my life and what it is that I truly want for myself. The trip to the motherland, has triggered so many emotions inside of me that I cant even explain it in a way that you will truely understand exactly how i feel. I will try to fill you in on my thoughts and my plans for my future. First, if you hav'nt done so already, please ch...

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Almost time to leave for Africa

Posted on September 10, 2016 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (0)

The time is approaching soon, and everything has finally come together. In one night and two days, I will be on a plane to london. I have never experienced an international flight and the fact that I have to fly to london, before Nigeria gives me the opportunity to have two experiences in one. I am so nervous, because of course everyone has negative things to say about me traveling alone, and what I need to do and not do, during my trip. I know that I need to be careful, with all of the barr...

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My Journey to the Motherland

Posted on September 5, 2016 at 9:30 PM Comments comments (1)

The time has finally come for me to travel to Africa. I am full of mixed emotions and my mind is all over the place. first let me explain how difficult this process has been so far. It all began when A few Native African Coworkers of mine, knew how important it was for me to visit Africa, seeing as though I am always talking about the motherland and I even went as far as claiming full african, whenever I'm asked where i am from. It surprised me when i was invited by a co-worker, to go with he...

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