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Don't miss the latest updates, discussions and random thoughts! Follow me on Twitter : @roseytrellis , like Black Girl, Lost Keys on Facebook, and check the Black Girl, Lost Keys Pinterest Board! I can't wait to talk with you. Like all good things, my sojourn with the hijab is coming to an end. This … Continue reading Unexpected End: Hijab’s Conclusion
There are new developments in the Adnan Syed case that have come out. Now it is looking like no matter what they initially thought, Maryland is going to have to #FreeAdnan. I'm happy about it, truly. As happy as anyone can be when justice seems like it might prevail. It's so rare for us to … Continue reading Reparations Won’t Restore Time
There are about 8 days left in my hijab journey, and I'm very happy about the experience. I'm glad I had a chance to walk in someone else's shoes, I'm glad to have new revelation about humility, modesty and grace. One of the things that is amazing about this experience is that it has renewed … Continue reading Getting the Best; Expecting the Worst
In 1935, a gentleman named Bill W. and another named Doctor Bob came together for a meeting. Both men had been "hopeless alcoholics." Though a physician, Doctor Bob had never been introduced to the concept of alcoholism as a disease. From that encounter, both men worked together to form the basis of what we … Continue reading Put me in, coach!
Have you ever bitten into a fruit to find it was under or overripe? Try to recall the experience with me. The expectation of something delicious and sweet, instead ending up with the bitterness of under ripe fruit or the mushy messy overripe fruit. What was it that attracted you to that particular piece in … Continue reading Looks: Hijab and the Unpopularity of Modesty Pt. II