I arrived in Phoenix from Da Bronx with my mother, Hazel, on July 13, 1989.
When Im stuck in traffic, I recite my poetry or create new ones.
One thing my mother doesnt know about me is that I want to be like her when I grow up.
On Saturday night, you can find me taking care of my three boys, Musa, Roosevelt Jr., and Elloheim, and enjoying the company of my fiancé, Roosevelt Sr.
My favorite thing about summer in Phoenix is that the sun is always shining.
If I could redo my first kiss, Id kiss him without giving him tongue.
The one dessert I refuse to eat is key lime pie.
If I was mayor of Phoenix, I would make sure that the arts were never removed from the classroom.
In high school, I was the kid who dropped out because it just wasn't challenging enough.
In another life, I was a mother of many children.
The one place in Phoenix I dont want anyone to know about is the places that your soul is bought and your morals are compromised.
On my nightstand, youll find a Quran.
The fictional character Im most like is Wonder Woman.
One thing I want to do before I die is travel to Egypt.
The best thing about Phoenix is the opportunity for growth and development.