Happy Birthday to my not-exactly-a-baby-anymore sister, Maya! ❤️😭
Under the tropical zodiac, the Sun transits this area between August 23 and September 22. Individuals born during these dates may be called #Virgos. The masterful helper of the horoscope wheel, Virgo energy teaches us to serve, do impeccable work and prioritize well being—of ourselves, our loved ones and the planet. Happy Virgo Season♍️
Wishing a special happy birthday to my aunts @bennettkhani and @cocobhappy! Thank you for always being inspirational and creative. Enjoy your day🎉
An absolute inspiration. Rest well.
Y’all, my baby sister went to her first prom yesterday and I was not ready! 😩😩😩 #Repost @daniellerochonmakeup ・・・ Hey gorgeous!!! #prom2019
This month, I’m teaching a free workshop on growing your author platform! 📚http://bit.ly/2xZHUV1 When? June 26th Big thanks to @invisiblepodcastradio and @saicathomansquare for having me! Sign up at the link in the bio and above📚 ・・・ Our Summer '19 workshops are coming! RSVP via @saicathomansquare website!
In honor of the historic event of #MissUSA, #MissTeenUSA, and #MissAmerica crowning black winners, black pageant girls, please share your crowning moments and crowned pix on the #blackgirlscrowned hashtag and nominate your friends. Today has been so inspiring! 👑 I nominate @blackgirlsreign @tecoyamichelle @candeegal09 @jeniecefleming @catchmydrift10 @ashabear @influence_by_ag @naturallyalescia @lovejali @piajessup This was my first mainstream pageant ten years ago. Miss Chicago! #blackgirlscrowned
For the first time, #MissUSA, #MissTeenUSA, and #MissAmerica are black women! This is an exciting and historic moment, as well as amazing representation for little girls. I am especially thrilled that two of the winners were crowned rocking natural hair. Two years ago, I had a short story named Crowned published by the YA Review Network. The story followed a teen named Robyn who wanted in a mainstream pageant with a fro. I wrote the story because when I competed in pageantry, it was nearly unheard of for an African-American contestant to win wearing natural hair. But since publication, I have reposted the link every time this happens, which is increasing in frequency. It's exciting to witness the shift and I can't wait to see where it goes. Congratulations to all the winners! To read Crowned, check out the link in the bio and here: http://bit.ly/2reM8IT