My daddy says there are two Kim’s,
The one with pen and the one without.
I told him the “Real” Kim has pen—
Where she becomes wholly herself, where she
is set free, wild, unashamed.
She is a feral cat.
The one with pen is uninhibited, excessive, wears
Too much red lipstick. When she begins to
“Once you are a warrior, you must live like one. You can’t be afraid to fight against and destroy anything that fights against what is right.” — Melita Tessy
She is somebody who has been through triple HELL, but gets back up anyway.
~Today I am honored to be interviewing, Julie Anderson, creator of the empowering, unfiltered blog, Feminine Collective.
Without further ado, here is Julie!
Mercy ROCKS my world.
( This short observation was written by my dynamic, amazing, talented pen-pal, Mercy Adhiambo. She sends me her personal journals with several remarkable stories about her adventures in journalism, life, love, and insights about Kenya. I particularly appreciated and loved this one! She was about 20 years old when she wrote it.)
—A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write
fiction nonfiction–Virginia Woolf
—-My Writing Room is finished.
I told my best girl, Tia, about this particular chandelier I desperately
wanted, needed, coveted for a ‘Room Of My Own.’
(“My weakness is wearing too much leopard print”)–Jackie Collins
~~There is something quite luxuriously lusheous about Leopard print. (FAKE, of course!!!)