It’s a wrap sir, that’s a fact, sir!

To all who viewed my site, I hope that it brought you a tidbit of joy, or at least allowed you to get a glimpse of me. Although most of my posts are minimalistic, it was my way of releasing energy and sharing what was going on in my head and in my world. This was apart of a school assignment, but there will be more to come.



yeah, I am single SINGLE

SO, I have to be honest, I really wanted to be completely transparent with my blog. And I planned to speak on my love life often, and way more than I have. That was my vision with naming this tab “Girls Need Love.” But after the first post, I thought to myself: “This is kind of depressing” lol. But this is what I am going through but it won’t be the end *sends prayers to God*. With that being said, here we go.

I woke up this morning to a text message from my friend saying “we need to find you a man.” Lmao, this made me feel great… NOT! Like girl, don’t you think I want to be in a relationship and have someone who wants to bond and build with me? Make me feel beautiful even when I am in-between hairstyles and need to get my hair done. I want to go one new adventure and create memories with a significant other, but I am not settling. I have yet to come across someone of value. Someone who meets basic standards of being honest, genuine and consistent. But I’m not gonna lie, I created a Tinder because I am starting to feel the pressure. And I am not insecure, but with that said, what is the disconnect?  What have I sewn into the universe that has deemed me isolated from love 😩 this is tragic… drop positivity quotes in he comments at this point lol

But to stamp how single I am, I am going to the movies later to see The Hate You Give. I really want to see it and I am not going to allow my singleness to prevent me from seeing it. So if it isn’t clear, I am single SINGLE


Serving a side of Trump

SO .. I served Tiffany Trump this weekend. I work at a tapas bar near U Street in Washinton, D.C. It was her and a few of her friends. To be completely honest – I didn’t even know who she was when I first began serving the table. But I will say she stood out because she was evident to be the biggest pain in my “hind side.” She was nagging about things that I had no control over and her tone was generally demeaning, and despite this being my first-week serving, I didn’t allow that to alter my temperament. SO as I served bottomless Mimosa’s, gave a free round of shots, and a free round of Champagne, I joked and made light of the situation. Yes, there were guys with earpieces in their ear, but I didn’t think much of it because we are in D.C. Nonetheless, I provided great service, was continuously told that I did a great job, and this resulted in receiving a $10 tip on a $500 bill. Should I be upset? OR am I wrong for expecting more since her father is a billionaire? Let me know what’s up below…