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Let’s Talk Gumbo

As the year comes to an end, as well as this marks my second year of my move home to New Orleans, I noticed that it has been a year of Gumbo Controversy.. Social media has been ablaze with Gumbo post and never-ending comments, yesterday I decided to jump on the bandwagon and some fuel … Continue reading Let’s Talk Gumbo

Living without my Daddy at Christmas 

I try not to remember what happened Christmas Eve 2003. I tried my best over the years to not let it be the anniversary of my final conversation with my Daddy. I attempted for years to be all that symbolizes this holiday season  for the sake of my children and grandchildren.  It wld be the … Continue reading Living without my Daddy at Christmas 

What do the lonely do at Christmas 

What do the lonely do at Christmas??? 🎄🎅🏿🤶🏾  First of all you're not Lonely, you're Single. You will do you, meaning You will love You, your kids, your family, friends and have a wonderful Christmas. Enjoy your life, having a man, husband or being in a relationship isnt magical as it seems, more like a … Continue reading What do the lonely do at Christmas 

Love and Dedication by Naye Davis

Professing love and dedication to each other is easy. The sad part is, only during our worst times will we ever have an opportunity to determine if this Love & dedication is true.  It’s extremely rare to encounter an experience that ever puts true love to the test!  It is even harder to find a … Continue reading Love and Dedication by Naye Davis

Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

Hi, with the growth of my Nola Life page it was put on my heart to ask if you all know any of my relatives and friends of my Daddy, George Albert Price.  My Daddy was a well known New Orleanian Businessman, loved by many people. There was an overwhelming amount of people in attendance … Continue reading Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

I’m Calling Tyrone

Tonight I feel like switching up a bit, these days I haven't been as playful and outgoing with my writing as I can be. After a few glasses of spumante and Erykah Badu's music in my ears, I decided to pen my grown woman playful thoughts. With that being said, I'm pretty sure you all heard … Continue reading I’m Calling Tyrone

New Orleans Saints Game Color Blinds Us:We are One

My Auntie Grace and I went into the Bywater Neighborhood to watch the Saints & Falcon's football game. As you will hear in my video I will say "We are with the white people" about 3 times as well as referring to the new transplants or locals who moved here as "Non-New Orleanians."  Initially I … Continue reading New Orleans Saints Game Color Blinds Us:We are One

We must release our pain & LIVE

Life is too short, full of precious lives we get to share it with. At times we all can hurt each other, say hurtful things, sometimes we not only attack the physical self of others but in lashing out we always cut ourselves. I found that pain, is a learning experience, it hurts initially, starts … Continue reading We must release our pain & LIVE

A New New Orleans or Gentrification of New Orleans?

At the turn of New Orleans 300th Birthday and they hype they are selling 'A New New Orleans" it has me worried about the future of our Native New Orleanians, especially with all the changes that have taken place after Katrina. Maybe, it's the word, "New", new means different and transition from the norm. For … Continue reading A New New Orleans or Gentrification of New Orleans?