“You got my back, and I got Yours”

“You Got My Back and I Got Yours.”

By Sherri Elliott

Got a hard question to ask you?  What does your friend circle look like?  The question is hard, because some of us have had of our friends around since we were kids.  The lifelong friends are good, because that means they have stood by you most of your life, through the good, bad and the ugly.

We have to be careful, because we have people who slip through the cracks.  Sometimes we instantly people from associate to friendship without making it through some serious hurdles before they can be called friend.  Continue reading ““You got my back, and I got Yours””

Work from home Blues

By Sherri Elliott

I woke up this morning sat on the edge of the bed…

Stroll to the mirror like the walking dead……

Got in the shower for about an hour……

Still felt like I had no power…..

I brushed my teeth……

Put clothes on my back and socks on my feet….

Starting the day with no clue

I got the mmmmmm stay home blues…….

Yes, it is true I think I got the work from home blues. Please, don’t look at this strange, because a lot of people would love to be in my shoes. I think these magic phrases have been placed in our lives “Work from Home”, “Working remotely” which have made us instantly excited without thinking about what happens when we work from home. I am ecstatic about saving on gas money and working in my sweats, but I’m feeling like I am disconnecting from the real world, just a little bit. Continue reading “Work from home Blues”

Flatline: Did I Just Hear My Dreams Die

There I was, looking at the stage and thinking to myself, I finally made it. Everyone was getting ready for the show to start and I was rehearsing behind the stage.  I don’t know if it was my nerves or something I ate, but my stomach was flipping and flopping all over the place.  I sat down and one of the guys in my group passed by, asked me if I was alright and offered to get me some water. I drank the water, but I still couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me.

 Nothing was supposed to go wrong tonight, all the rehearsing and being in the studio until 3 in the morning was finally going to pay off with this one performance. I was opening for a big rap artist (Master Ace) and this was going to be my break into the music industry, but I couldn’t figure out why I was so sick. I had been doing shows for a year now this is the day I dreamed of and thanks to my body; it was probably going to be the worse day of my life.   Continue reading “Flatline: Did I Just Hear My Dreams Die”

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