Angel Cake

By Cherity Cook Twelve freshly washed eggs sat on my counter. Pink. Brown. Green. White. Blue. More colors than most people know chicken eggs come in, cradled on my dish towel, each waiting to be cracked and separated yolk from white. I always separate the eggs first, cracking them above a small bowl and catching […]

Independence Day is a Hard Day for Me

Independence Day is a hard day for me. How do you love the land you call home, yet is ravaged by war, greed and corruption? How do you love the land where black and brown bodies are considered less than and are killed unjustly? How do you love the land that was built on the […]

When I’m Paralyzed by the News

I’m sure I’m not the only one paralyzed by the news. I wish I had the words. I wish I had any words that would help at all, that would help the kids at the border, that would speak sense to an administration that doesn’t seem to value sense, that won’t be talked to. I […]