Joined 4 years ago from 15316 Parkside Drive
Hi all, my name is Kaylin Richey, and I like to write from time to time. I am an aspiring entrepreneur. I’ve lived in a variety of places, but I really only want to claim Chicago because I made it this far and I’m still going strong from one of the toughest cities in the world. I don’t write as much as I used to, and I’m hoping that by starting to write again will spark something in me to write again. My nickname is Blue so feel free to call me that all you want.
4 years ago
We have been tricked to believe that black people’s hair is ugly and unprofessional, but I believe that hair that naturally defies gravity is a beautiful tool that helps out in more than just the fashion department.
4 years ago
This article is about how I got over the fact that my family is a bunch of rude people and used this to help me grow as a more confident and independent person.
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