I’ve always tried to avoid sticking my nose in situations where it doesn‘t belong. So, I tend to my own business, unless it has something to do with my sons. Then, I become a typical, meddling Mom. Ha! I also try to my mind own business when it comes to my dreams, plans, and interests. But, do I bring that same tenacity and energy to being aware of proposed legislations that may impact me? Or, am I minding my own business when it comes to someone else’s opinion of me? These are questions only I can answer, but I do understand that they require a little bit of self-examination on my part. Why? Because minding my own business is as critical as the air I breathe. And, the intention of this old adage is as apparent as my melonated skin. We, as African-American women, need to be sure that we have a voice in ALL things happening to US! So, let’s ‘Mind Our Own Business’ so we can continue to be seen as the remarkable, innovative, and intelligent Queens we are!
Mind Your Own Business
Updated: Jul 2, 2021