Everyone, it's time to celebrate!!! Today, January 11, 2017 (1/11/17), I have decided to go ahead and buy a domain. From now on, you can find all of my posts at MagnificentMiles.blog. With the purchase of my domain, I can now posts videos and mp3's. I can post songs that I like, playlists that I… Continue reading Celebration: New Domain
I never thought I needed to write a post like this but I talked to two young men today that have been wrecked by poor decisions on their parents behalf. One gentleman found out that he had a sister that he used to play with as kids, but didn't know she was he actual sister until… Continue reading Don’t walk in their footsteps, Be better.
Today is dedicated to an old friend and past love. I writing this to finally have my own type of closure. This is inspired by Same Drugs by Chance the Rapper. You can find the lyrics here. It's hard watching someone grow up, especially you. I had fallen in love with your zest, heart, and… Continue reading Same Drugs: Growing Up and Growing Apart
Each year, instead of resolutions, I have started to have overarching themes for myself. These are concepts that I want to develop throughout the year to become a better me. The past year was dedicated to faith and trusting God. My theme for 2017 is to listen. There are thousands of books written about speaking,… Continue reading Theme of 2017: The Listener
I'm writing this as a letter to a friend. She's beautiful, strong, and a colossally warm soul. This to you when the world gets cold. Much Love!Dear Flowerchild, You have grown so much since we first met. I remember when you were energetic and ditzy but trusting of the world. I remember the first time… Continue reading Dedicated to a Flowerchild
I remember the night that my entire perspective on life changed. At this one moment, I was no longer the wide-eyed kid from Detroit. I no longer felt the ability to complain about life and the injustices that I faced while growing up. I tried to pinch myself, praying that I was having a really… Continue reading The Day my Heroes fell from the Sky