For those who don't know, I have a personal blog, entitled, The Dream Diaries, which can be found, here.
I am a very outspoken and opinionated individual, so why not let my opinion be heard? I have a voice, and this is my platform for me to speak my truth. I post blogs on a variety of topics such as holidays, relationships, everyday life and so much more.
The launch of my blog was on New Year's Eve/New Year's Day 2016, and my passion has spoken to me throughout the year; this is how I knew that KylaWrites.com could no longer be delayed. The launch of my website shows my growth as an individual - I can only go up from here! Who knows what will be next?
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My Fellowship Experience
October 01, 2017
Christmas Ain't Christmas
December 23, 2016
A song by the O’Jays came out in the 80’s went something like this, “Christmas just ain’t Christmas without the one you love, New Year’s just ain’t New Years without the one you love.” This Christmas, I’ve come to learn that this is more than true. Many may remember that nearly four months ago, I lost my grandmother (though it feels much longer than that.) Unfortunately, I think my Christmas spirit left with her.
Christmas doesn’t seem right without the things that should be here around during this time, right? Here’s how I’m growing and learning to deal with Christmas without a few things:
"I'm Moving to Africa"
November 09, 2016
We’ve all seen the results of the presidency and the only thing that’s on social media this morning is the outrage of my friends, family and colleagues. I feel your pain. I woke up and saw the results and tears just fell. Tears of rage, sadness and pain. I feel the pain of my melanin-filled brothers and sisters. I feel the pain of women. I feel the pain of all minorities, the LGBTQ community and anyone who thought they’d wake up to a different result.
Voteless = Hopeless
November 08, 2016
I received many comments and reactions, and was told by several friends and family members to inform them on the conversation. Well, here it is:
My classmates and I anxiously awaited the arrival of these members of the Trump campaign so that we could hear what they had to say, and quite frankly, why they were saying it.