Tiny Eyes: A poem about new motherhood

For no one told me I could feel a love so deep. Tiny eyes staring up at me.Imagine me being the whole worldTo someone so new Motherhood is busyConstantly moving, planning, and preparingIt’s the slow moments that matterThe playtime and story timeI look in wonder and awe at this child all mine and yet so […]

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Haircuts; An Exercise in Letting Go

I’ve been wearing my hair in its natural state for the last 5 years. Hands down it is one of the best decisions I ever made. Sure it was a bit rocky at first, transitioning from relaxed hair but it was a process and a journey to learning my hair texture and loving my hair. […]

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Learning to embrace my inner light

I’m the type of woman that likes structure and organization. I appreciate a flow of things but in life, things do not always flow. Sometimes you have to create your own flow and just go with the moment. At a young age, a sense of fear of the world around me was instilled in me. […]

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Delicate Flower: The Highly Sensitive Black Girl

As long as I can remember, I’ve always experienced the world differently than those around me. More emotional than most, the caretaker among friends, the deep thinker, the listening empathizer. I have always been that person that people find it easy to confide in, the nurturer. But at times for someone like me, that can […]

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This is One Lovely Blog!

 ReCreatingHerStory has been honored with the “One Lovely Blog Award” (OLBA) by the amazing natural hair blogger Jane A. Lorraine. Check out her amazing blog Honoring Our Hairitage . I am so honored to receive this award and this has inspired me to bring my readers more content, more often. I am especially appreciative to receive […]

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