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Here’s a new one for you! You don’t often see me rant or post about myself here but here we go!

Things that annoy me:

Rude, selfish, inconsiderate people. Let’s tag on unappreciative, entitled, pushy and bad-mannered too.
Unkempt people, really would it be too much trouble to keep yourself up?
People who can’t be bothered to say hello to you or offer up a smile.
People who invade your personal space.
Bloggers who don’t post an email address. hello?
Pessimists.
Liars.

Things I like:

Flowers for no reason.
Walking in the rain, walking period.
Seeing a movie on opening night.
Getting dressed up to the nines.
Sleeping with my cats.
A book you don’t want to end.
People who are frank.
Dancing.

Things I am afraid of:

Driving, well maybe just parking
Being forgotten
Losing things
My relatives dying
Being Poor

Things I am proud of:

My ability to cook elaborately good and huge meals
Being a Harlem girl AND a college graduate
Being fluent in multiple languages
Not forgetting my roots
My poetry

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