by Daisy Rain Martin Today’s guest post is written by my no-mess girl, Daisy. We went to college together, ate together, toured together. She has always been a force to be reckoned with, back then a twig-thin white girl with a voice of a broad-bosomed African angel. Needless to say, she got the solos. Daisy rants and hollers about injustice, then takes it head on. Several decades of friendship prove she is made of the best stuff: a loyal friend, […]Continue Reading
Borrowed from African-American women, the word connotes a full-bodied, strong, sure, mature woman who knows herself, her dance and how to act.