Friday, August 7, 2009

It's Been Awhile

Sorry, it's been awhile. Summer classes are no joke. I will definetly make it up though!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

I Weep For My Children


I weep for my children
For they’ll never truly know
Even after all I’ll show them
They still weren’t blessed to grow
In the era of a true genius
Music=MJ²
Just thinking of what they’ve missed out on
Just proves that life isn’t fair
“Oh how I wish I knew him” they’d say
A curious look in their eyes
“And how I wish I could stop
These tears coming from Momma’s eyes”

I weep for my children
For music in their time
Won’t even be 1/10
Of Do You Remember The Time
I weep for my children
And when they ask me why
I simply look at them and say
He never said goodbye
I accept it’s Human Nature
The will of the Most High
But despite of what I know
I Never Can Say Goodbye

Friday, June 26, 2009

My Note To Michael


I refuse to believe it...
I hate hearing people say the LATE Michael Jackson...
I hate seeing the RIP statuses...
That makes it all too real..
That makes me have accept the truth...
I don't want to accept the truth...
This is a truth that just shouldn't be...
I grew up with you...
Your music was a part of who I am today...
My memories consist of you...
I dreamt of you every night back in the day...
I sang You Are Not Alone constantly and cried at the video...
You are just... the epitome of music...
Alot of artists here today are here because of you...
I had a dream of meeting you one day...
Even if it was just for 5 seconds because I'd faint at the sight of you...
Everyone should've left you alone...
There will be no one like you man...
When I found out, I couldn't do anything but cry...
I couldn't even see where i was going as i was driving home...
I've never cried so loud and so much for anyone before...
I never told anyone before today but you were my first love...
I don't care what anyone says...
So you're really gone?
No you're not...
You can't be...
My head hurts from crying so much...
This hurts my heart...
Thank you for living...
Thank you for sharing the music that filled you up inside with the rest of us...
I can't tell you how grateful I am...
I just... cant believe it...
Feels like I'm in a bad dream...
I love you Michael...
Always have and always will...
I love you...



My Tears and The Tears of Millions Can't Bring You Back To Us... If They Could, I'd Cry Forever...

My Idol

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Through the Tears...


I just came from a funeral with a tear-streaked face, the illest headache, and new outlook on life. Guichard was an inspiration to everyone he knew, and even those who didn't know him. We're talking student body president as a freshman, a volunteer, a father, a best friend to many, a brother, a son and a man of God. His mother was also a servant of God as she lead the church with her husband. Just seeing how packed the church was, and hearing the speakers, I just could not stop crying. I look at their family and my heart just breaks. That little boy looks just like his dad, it's crazy. Nobody ever wants to accept the death of someone they knew, but as the preacher said, they're home now. My mom said that there is no doubt in her mind that he's delivered and that he was laid to rest like a king. He did his job here on earth.

A part of me keeps saying "If only it wasn't raining that morning" but then I have to remind myself that it's all God's plan.


This makes me look at everything so differently now. I am going to try to live my life to fullest and try to get closer to God. I was listening to my favorite Kirk Franklin cd and just cried my eyes out when "Imagine Me" and "The Appeal" came on. Mind you, I'm driving so I couldn't see anything in front of me, it was ridiculous. But these words are just stuck in my head...

"When I die
What will they say about me?
Will the works that I've done
Be enough to help someone
When I die?
Will I draw men's hearts to you
At the setting of the sun
Will I hear you say 'well done'
When I die?"
- The Appeal

Great things were said about Guichard and Sr. Ildet. I only hope that I can become half the inspiration that they were.


R.I.P

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Don't Be Mad Because She Ain't Choose You


Javon Jackson's parents, like other parents, were ecstatic when their son recieved his college diploma. Tragically, a Mother's Day meant for pure happiness quickly turned into a day of sorrow when the aspiring electrical engineer's life was cut short hours after his graduation. Later, the police confirmed that young Javon Jackson's life was taken away from him as a result of a previous altercation over a dance with a girl.


The other day, young upcoming ATL rapper Dolla was shot and killed out in LA. The police say it was following a fight over a girl.


Are we noticing a pattern here? These two young lives were not the only ones stolen over a girl. This happens way too often and it makes me wonder how the girl in said situation feels? I'm not saying it's the girls' fault. Obviously, these so-called men couldn't get over their pride and took their jealousy too far. What is the point of taking someone's life because you weren't picked? Common sense would tell them that such a stupid move not only guarantees the end of life as they know it, but they STILL won't get the girl in the end.


Some guys need to just get over themselves. I am just so disgusted by this.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Back On My School Floww


My 4 month sabbatical is over and as of yesterday, I'm a college student again. So now I'm all focused on the books and whatnot. I'm on campus from 11:30-6:15pm every Tuesday and Thursday and day 1 has worn me out! Though I'll be busy with homework and papers and HOPEFULLY A JOB, I'll try to post as much as I can. I need to step my blog game up. I'm surprised I haven't what with all the chicken shortages, nekkid pics and whatnot going on these past few weeks lol.


Random Thought:

I HATE people who drive extra close behind me! Why are you all up on me? I don't know you like that! It's called TAILGATING people, and I am NOT a football team so get up off of me, thank you!


Wednesday, April 22, 2009

As A Facebook User... I RESENT THAT!!


A study showed that facebook users supposed get worse grades in school than non-facebook users. I think they are just haters.

Facebook users have lower overall grades than non-users, according to a survey of college students who also ironically said the social networking site does not interfere with studying. That disconnect between perception and reality does not necessarily mean that Facebook leads to less studying and worse grades -- the grades association could be caused by something else. However, it does raise more questions about how students spend their time outside class on activities such as Facebook, part-time jobs and extracurricular activities. "I'm just saying that there's some kind of relationship there, and there's many third variables that need to be studied," said Aryn Karpinski, an education researcher at Ohio State University.
Her study found that Facebook user GPAs were in the 3.0 to 3.5 range on average, compared to 3.5 to 4.0 for non-users. Facebook users also studied anywhere from one to five hours per week, compared to non-users who studied 11 to 15 or more hours per week. However, Karpinski emphasized that correlation does not equal causation, meaning Facebook use might not be the culprit behind lower GPAs or less study time.
For instance, students who spend more time enjoying themselves rather than studying might tend to latch onto the nearest distraction, such as Facebook. Or students who use the social networking site might also spend more time on other non-studying activities such as sports or music. The study did show that students who work more hours at jobs spend less time on Facebook, while students involved in more extracurricular activities were also more likely to use Facebook. Such results may help Karpinski and other researchers better understand the profile of the average user on the popular social networking site. Early findings show that over 85 percent of undergrads use Facebook, compared to 52 percent of grad students. Karpinski herself does not use Facebook, although her coauthor does. She expressed some bemusement over how quickly students rose to the defense of their online activities, even though she took care not to introduce a positive or negative bias into her survey questions. "They're very territorial about their Facebook," Karpinski told LiveScience.

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