It seems that we often use the phrase, “It is what it is”. My definition of the phrase to mean, “It’s not this and it’s not that; it’s something more subtle that I don’t have a name for, and I’m ok with that”. Advertisements
Does my blackness scare you? Does it offend you? Is it because I am black? Those are some of the questions that ponder my brain as I am having a conversation with people who continue to look at me weirdly because of my race.
Reading Jenna’s blogs, I was drawn by her energy and I felt like I was reading a woman’s point of view about my life. So, when she asked me to conclude her “Post break up travel series” I had to get involved.