Category Archives: Motherhood

Patrice on the radio

I’M ON THE RADIO TOMORROW (THURSDAY, OCT 8) Was interviewed for an hour. I think you’ll find it profound– because of the questions asked by the interviewer. Show is “Perfectly Polished With Nicole.” Interviews are archived. It’s Shaw University’s station … Continue reading

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I was standing at a festival in Atlanta Sunday. A woman from St. Simon Island, Ga. was selling these wonderful wooden blocks fit for hanging. I wanted one for my back patio, to hang by the door. I spotted one that … Continue reading

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Heart Strings

When I was young and a rebel giving my mother hell, she used to say, “When children are little they are on your apron strings; when they get older they are on your heart strings.” Her sentiments went over my … Continue reading

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