Category Archives: Childhood

Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis

According to reviews this memoir is vastly different from Cicely Tyson’s, but a look at a life many didn’t know existed.

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Bea’s Halloween

It’s the time of the year to start getting spooky. The little “BEA’s” fans love it. Girl between 10-12. Boys preferred the Fairy Tree Troll.  All familiar with my work knows it’s written many years before publishing. This is the … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day To All You Dads! 🥰

I’m saying Happy Father’s Day to a wonderful, caring man who was my dad.  I was blessed to know him. 🥳 I wish all you dads a Happy Father’s Day.

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Free Book-Juma The Dreamer- Kindle

The book is very interesting, therefore, I forwarded it to those I know with young children.

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The Little Drummer Boy-The Magic of Christmas 🥁 🥁 🥁

I don’t know if the shows still comes on, but there used to be a cartoon animation about this song and story.   Come they told me pa rum pum pum pum A newborn King to see pa rum pum … Continue reading

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Structural or systematic racism is taking a toll on our children’s mental health

We hear a lot about the toil it takes on adults but rarely do we heard about the helpless child witnessing the adult go through it. Racism and social inequality don’t just affect adults. The article states why they have … Continue reading

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International Girl Child Day. Oct 11

International Day of the Girl Child is an important recognition of the female child. It help build girls confident which is very important in growing into womanhood. On the occasion of International Day of Girl, UNICEF, the child rights body, … Continue reading

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Character Interview

I, as an authored have been interviewed several times, but I never had a character to be interviewed. It’s a new exciting concept. I liked it better than me, myself and I being interviewed. Ana BuFaye Wyett Cargill the main … Continue reading

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Sybil Ludington~ The Female Paul Revere.

Every American grade school child knows the story of the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere. Who was an American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, and Patriot in the American Revolution. He made a famous horseback ride from from Concord to Lexington. … Continue reading

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