2020: My Best Year Ever

"I didn't get a real Honeymoon, but in the end, I got sooo much more..." I get it. 2020 was a horrible year. It all started four days before my birthday in January with the death of arguably the greatest basketball player the world had ever known in Kobe Bryant. Then, what seemed like a … Continue reading 2020: My Best Year Ever

Shaping Sheem: A Mini Series

Part 1: Friends I looked around at my wedding and realized, I fit in. I can literally go anywhere, hang with anyone, and be just fine. Most people would say it’s because I adapt well. This I would disagree with. I am exactly who I am at all times and it just so happens that … Continue reading Shaping Sheem: A Mini Series

My Other Baby Brother

"The life of the party..." On the Christmas of 1997 (so I was about 10), my mother went to visit her sister, my aunt Annette. My cousin Georgie was about five at the time and had just finished opening his Christmas gifts, a brand new Sony Playstation and two games, Resident Evil and Parappa the … Continue reading My Other Baby Brother

Depression 101: Missing

Stronger than promises, stronger than love This blog isn't going to be long. It's something thats has been on my mind basically all summer. Even at my wedding, I looked into the crowd and realized that someone important was missing. I have lost my best friend again. This isn’t uncommon as in the past I … Continue reading Depression 101: Missing

Corona Wedding

In the midst of all this madness, two people still got married. This year has been… different. That’s probably the best way anyone can describe 2020. When I first proposed to HP in Montreal a year ago, I had no idea the obstacles and difficulty the following year would bring. I should’ve known what to … Continue reading Corona Wedding

Corona City

"The city that never sleeps has been put to bed..." I am NYC all the way. I was born there, raised there, it's what I know best. I've explored every borough, shopped every district, been to every arena or stadium. I've spent nights in its nicest hotels and in its dirtiest apartments. I lived in … Continue reading Corona City