Hello Fellow Coffee Drinks,

It feels like I haven't been on this site in decades; life has been happening, and I haven't forgotten about my eleven followers. You are important to me, and I want to make sure I serve you to the best ability. You follow me because you enjoy my writing. That gesture alone is something I will never skip over. If you aren't a part of my Substack and Medium mailing list, you've missed out on some good stuff.

Instead of clicking back and forth, I've listed my recent articles and mini blurbs here to get you caught up.


I use this space to write a three-paragraph blurb about my random thoughts. Some of my ideas don't deserve an essay. Some things that sit in my spirit need to be spewed in a safe space. I've been using this space to mourn the loss of my grandmother and the many lessons and memories she's given me.

I wrote a story about the last gift she gave me, and it's one that I will never forget



This site is my bread and butter. These stories are monetized, so I get paid at the end of the month. I don't plan to quit my day job, but I plan on telling stories.

Story 1: It was a writing prompt that asked the writer to provide history about their name and to tell a story behind it. Somehow my granny was a part of this story as well. Technically her memory will forever live on as long as I'm living.


Story 2: Surprisingly, this piece was created after seeing a question posted in a Facebook Group I'm in. I decided to explore this question a little deeper.


Story 3: This story was published in my publication Sapphire Express on Medium. I picked up a new and exciting hobby and wanted to encourage and inspire you all to lean into your creativity. Discover something new about yourself.


Story 4: Most Recent Again, I was faced with another writer prompt about our bucket list and how it has changed over the years. This list is all about the activities I will never do.


If any of my written work has inspired you, please share it with your social media friends, and I always appreciate you sticking around to tell my story.