On Grace, Transparency, and the Fear of Keeping it Too Real For some time now, the Lord has really been convicting me about the need to be more transparent and honest with my story. I’ve been feeling the tug, and I’ve been shrugging it off, but one of my first steps to finally responding to God’s … More On Grace, Transparency, and the Fear of Keeping it Too Real
On July 31, 2011, I embarked on a journey with a woman that I was in love with…madly in love with. When I woke up that morning, the sun was shining bright and I had time to reflect as all of my groomsmen were recovering from the night before. I decided to take a … More 5…
Every day I imagined myself getting a new job and boastfully slamming a resignation letter on my boss’s desk, but that never happened. Every opportunity that was offered to me fell through for some reason – budget, resources, timing etc. So I ended up staying in this position because I needed the money. – Stacy Graham-Hunt … More Having Trouble At Work?
Have you ever received some news that catches you by surprise? You’re caught off guard and many thoughts begin to fly through your head. Then you pause. Everything goes silent and you feel numb. You slowly begin to hear the raindrops falling outside. You snap out of it and now you’re back to focusing on … More LIFE IS TOO SHORT AND ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN.
VSoP! What’s up people?! It’s Doug again, the guy who used to be a parent of a stationary cute kid, but is now the parent of a mobile, independent cute kid. And it’s that GLORIOUS time of year again: The NBA Finals! Now I know that this year’s playoffs haven’t been as entertaining as year’s … More Your Infant Doesn’t Give a Sh!t About the NBA Finals… But Your Toddler Might (and some other cool history stuff)
Give Her that D.I.C.K The sweetest woman in the world could be the meanest woman in the world. If you make her that way. You keep hurting her, she’ll keep being quiet. She might be holding something inside, that’ll really really hurt you one day. On your first DATE you wore your best clothing. You … More Give Her That D.I.C.K
The Stoop! The most legendary place in the urban community. Depending where you are in the world you may call your stoop another name: porch, foyer, front yard, and if you’re West Indian your veranda. The stoop is where most millennials spent their time. It’s where we laughed, cried, played, and participated in some of … More Ten Minutes On The Stoop: Being Broke Is Better
The Virtually.Seizing.Opulence (V.S.OP) team is happy to introduce to some and present to others, Mr. Tommie Lark, Jr. the Chief Executive Officer of Superego, LLC. Tommie was born and raised in Massachusetts.Some would say that the odds were stacked against him from the time of conception, as he was born to two teenage parents. Things become harder for … More V.S.OP Spotlight: “Cut From A Different Cloth”
Write or not to write….that is the question??? Are you questioning if you should journal for fear of having record of this tumultuous time in your life? Are you struggling with getting your thoughts together? Or is “writing” something you just don’t do? Whatever may be holding you back, I think journal-ing is a great … More It Only Took A Pen & A Phone
My son is not quite two. He plays the drums, the saxophone and the keyboard. And if an ability to make a lot of noise is a measure for skill, he is gifted. He enjoys eggs, singing Jingle Bells and chanting Mommy mommy mommy at obscene hours. He hates when his hands are dirty. He prefers Charlie Brown to Elmo. He thinks fart … More MY SON LIKES TRUCKS