As I make the move for my temporary hiatus from social media, facebook, twitter, Foursquare, BlueLinesBlog, bad habits and eating and a total detox (thanks for the confirmation)…my phone and e-mail still work. I have to post what I learned.
I’ll start with important quotes this week:
“Something is obvious with all the ‘YOU’s and ‘You’ing.”
I agree Cuzzo…time for Cuzzo summit part duex. Yes, I know what I’m saying now too…needed.
That was the best thing that I could here, if it’s not being done, that’s a problem. It’s earned, and after our conversation, I hope that the smile and surprise were equal.
I need to stop stunting my growth.
I almost forgot, when I’m not sure, I ALWAYS see something that pops up, and makes me want to be positive for YOU, this time it was your mom…hard to explain.
Saw Chrisette Michele, Pharcyde, Joi Gilliam, Foreign Exchange, to name a few.
You came up…stop stalking the blog.
I need to refrain from advice for a moment.
I hide in public, and most don’t know me, yet things that don’t need to be out there are.
I can, but I’m still living I’m not waiting…that part is not my choice, whether I’m still here, that’s on me.
Adults and children, girls need to grow up, like boys do, and if playing with them, there’s a problem witin…pull ‘em up.
There is something missing in both of us, we can be the BEST, but we can be the worst also…and it is so evident and obvious what we are.
So happy I could refrain my asshole self for once…I haven’t in such a while.
Put someone else on to Joi Gilliam.
Loved to create a new story about Keypsiia Walker, I liked “The Wedding,” as a story.
I already know, but knowing means nothing with two people in different places.
I’m sorry I was an ass to you, I hate you could see it.
Ha, someone pulled a me!!! Classic!!!
The manuscript Blue Lines is the fictional coming of age narrative of a young California woman Key Yemaya Walker, and her 2 year growing journey through school, love, and life period piece, written by Kenneth Suffern, Jr., taking place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill between the years of 1997 – 1998. Loosely based on true events, and experiences during that time, told through the eyes and voice of the main female protagonist, a freshman first attending the school.