If you’ve been reading this blog from the beginning you would know that I’m very adamant about remaining abstinent until I get married again. I made the commitment in December 2015 after I separated from my husband, but it was a real struggle for me! He was still my husband so technically I wasn’t doing … More Abstinence Ain’t Easy!
Someone in a group that I’m in asked us the meaning of our names. Mine means “Follower of Christ” and it blows my mind every time I think about it. My mother told me that she made up my name because she liked “Krystal” but there were too many girls named that, so she went … More He Knows Our Names
I don’t know this young lady. I have no connection to her at all, yet I’m in a bathroom stall at my job weeping! In full on tears people! I saw a post on Instagram about what happened to her. I watched a video of this young lady being beaten and the person recording the … More #IAmMySistersKeeper – #ShanquellaRobinson
I started this blog exactly five years ago. At the time I was separated from my then husband and I was thinking that I would be documenting our journey back together and the miracle working power of God! I was believing that God was going to completely transform my ex into this model Managawd (man … More I’m Back!
If you have been following my blog for a while you would know that I love me some Jonathan McReynolds! I love his music because he speaks for my generation (I swear he must have been reading my journals when he wrote Cycles and Comin Out) and I love him as a human being because … More Make Room- Favorite Quotes and Takeaways
I didn’t grow up in the US (I migrated from Trinidad, one of the islands from the twin republic of Trinidad and Tobago) so I didn’t really experience racism until I lived here. I’m not saying that discrimination does not exist in my country but it’s not systemic like it is in America. I did … More My Blackness Became a Thing in America
If you are familiar with my blog you would know that I love music and I create playlist for everything. So of course I had to create a playlist to help me deal with this corona quarantine madness! I was inspired to create one after listening to Naomi Raine’s album, Back to Eden II. Y’all … More Corona Calm Down Playlist
For my birthday this year, I gave myself the gift of tattoos and it shocked a lot people. “You’re a Christian! Christians don’t do that!” “You’re 35! Weren’t you supposed to do that when you were young and reckless?” First of all guys! I’m still young! I’m just not reckless. The decision to get tattooed … More Tattooed at 35
I’ve been wanting to get in the Bible and really dive deep; to learn and study it for myself but I didn’t know where to start. I was doing some online Bible study with someone but God showed me that that wasn’t it. He wants me to make this thing personal. Every time I thought … More 2020 is My Year to Trust!
The young adult ministry (Joshua Generation- JGEN) at my church recently hosted an event called, The Cure (A representation of the healing miracles of Jesus conveyed through the art of Hip Hop), on December 6, 2019. It was a follow up to the 7 Last Bars which was an urban depiction of the seven last … More JGen The Cure- My Recap