I just wanted to drop off a little humor & say Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from The Pen Hustle!
I am constantly amazed by the support & love you show me and this blog even when I am on hiatus at times. I am more than thankful to have such dedicated viewers who take time to stop by and check out my thoughts & opinions. I appreciate you and I am forever grateful for every view, retweet, repost, share, like & subscription. I owe you everything. I am so full of gratitude.
Here we are a few years later and I still haven’t completed chapter one of the book. After uncovering old emotions, it was too painful. The memories and flashbacks were too real & emotional.
Now I’m kind of glad I didn’t write the book yet because there is so much more to the story. This was just a portion of my life, my life has changed tremendously since my younger days.
Maybe one day I’ll write the full biography, but for now I’m still adding up more chapters. It’s amazing how throughout the years, the chapters change and evolve. If you do it right, no two chapters are the same.
I still plan to write “From Socialite to the Mob” but it certainly won’t be the final chapter; more like an introduction. I’ve learned & grown so much over the years. Though sometimes a gift and sometimes a curse, ironically those days are what made me who I am and hope to be.
What about you? What would your life story be called? I’m still coming up with a new name, I guess only time will tell.
Birthdays are usually a time for celebration for most people, except me. Birthdays have went from bitter to bittersweet to manageable for the last 20 years. Omari was a gentle, kind, loving and very giving soul. We were kids but we ran Atlanta like the OGs… Until September 9, 2001. A day I’ll never forget.
I got the call the Omari had been shot in the head, killed. My world crashed and I haven’t been the same since. What’s the odds of this happening on MY BIRTHDAY?! How cruel could life be?
This year I will celebrate instead of being sad. I know God separated us that night & kept me for a reason, a purpose. I will embrace what life I have left but Omari I’ll never forget you. You live in my heart forever and I’m so thankful I got to experience you.
RIP KING. Until I see you again. I will love you forever.🕊