A Different World.

Half super-woman, but she down to earth.

okay guys, Big Brandie is finally ready to step her blogging game up, got some good stuff COMING SOON to a computer screen near you :)

I have discovered the happiest place in Long Beach ☺ (Taken with instagram)

I have discovered the happiest place in Long Beach ☺ (Taken with instagram)

Isaiah 1:27-31, remind myself over & over again  (Taken with instagram)

Isaiah 1:27-31, remind myself over & over again (Taken with instagram)

This was tucked away in the corner by the bathroom -_-  (Taken with instagram)

This was tucked away in the corner by the bathroom -_- (Taken with instagram)

Do not allow society to conform you into something without your permission. 

Do not allow society to conform you into something without your permission. 

(via ambitionandadream)

witchsistah:

karnythia:

spicytempura:

marcusprice:

this is beautiful. what a time for us.

lathleenwrites:

Black Sitcoms Will Never Be the Same. I ran through Jet Magazine’s Archives and saw that almost every other issue in the 90’s had a black sitcom family on the cover. If only we could get shows like these back. Here were my favorites growing up..

Never again will black sitcoms pale in comparison to these =/

What kills me is that all of these shows were successful. Multi-year runs with plenty of ad revenue, so you can’t claim audiences won’t watch shows featuring black people. But somehow none of these successful shows, or miniseries like Women of Brewster Place, or high grossing movies with black leads matter in Hollywood. The excuse is always that they’re a niche product/a fluke/whatever other dumbass excuse they can dream up to avoid engaging with reality.

And the fact they were all successful and had multiple seasons and we have how many Black sitcoms now debunks the whole “we need to prove to ‘them’ that we can be consistently profitable” excuse Whites use to avoid giving us opportunities. Even when we DO prove ourselves to them, they still renege.

(Source: loveleewrites, via ambitionandadream)

aledlewis:

Not Sure If Art

A second limited edition (of 50) screen print I did for the “Memes” show featuring over 100 artists at Gallery 1988, Melrose. Show opens tomorrow, Friday 4th 7-10PM and all of the work will appear on the website on Saturday. Best times.

(via therightherr)

Tell a friend !

Tell a friend !

Erykah Badu

—Didn't Cha Know

When I was younger, I didnt understand this song.  Now this song, speaks my life .
Sometimes I have to stop, look where I am, ask what am I doing here … how’d I get here … 

i miss home. Summer, Please Hurry

i miss home. Summer, Please Hurry

(via jkyler)

All because of this song .