One of the main reasons why I want to watch Lifetimes “Aaliyah The Princess of R&B” is to see how her family accepted her relationship with a man who was 12 years older than their daughter.
I finally perfected French Onion Soup. Yesterday I cut up more onions and shallots than I care to remember but the end result was worth the wait.
I made an attempt to reup my house plant supply this weekend and I hope all of the miscellaneous pieces of foliage I purchased grow tall and large.
I have nothing else. I was just real expected about my soup 😐
Overnight, I went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one. I was Patient Zero.
The first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet. There was no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram back then. But there were gossip, news and entertainment websites replete with comment sections and emails which could be forwarded."
There’s no real tactful way to tell a mother that you don’t want to be around her children because they don’t listen to anyone, I’m not allowed to pop them in the mouth when they talk back, I don’t want my stuff broken and it’s too late to correct them because she should’ve been a more “follow through” parent instead of an “empty threat” parent, is there?
Blessed are the poor in spirit.
"Sermon on the Mound" is a short documentary that turns the spotlight on the poor in spirit, the impoverished, the homeless, and the misunderstood. Filmed over 36 hours in Los Angeles, it is haunting and beautiful at the same time; a staple of Rausch’s work.