And are we going to have to play twenty questions and end up late for our facials, or are you going to give it up easily to me this morning just like you did last night…? …I wanna know just how high that vanilla cone stacked up after a lifetime of chocolate.
We still had our three babies—Deja, Kassim and this place Grits. When we realized those were the only things holding us together, we knew it would be better to dissolve our marriage than to go on as what we had become. Well, I knew.
— Yasmen in Chapter 1
Nothing in this book is known to be true. It’s a reflection on what I’ve noticed. Not facts, so much as thoughts. Some ideas may resonate. Others may not. A few may awaken an inner knowing you forgot you had. Use what’s helpful. Let go of the rest.
We cook by the spirit… If you need an exact recipe every time you cook, you don’t trust yourself. Let’s trust ourselves.
—Tabitha Brown in A Note From Tab
Actress and author Tabitha Brown‘s ☛FEEDING THE SOUL (BECAUSE IT’S MY BUSINESS): FINDING OUR WAY TO JOY,