Jamenise Wilson is a recent graduate of Tennessee State University. She enjoys writing poetry, urban fiction, and music. Jamenise also created the black Soap Opera “Ebony Heights.” Ebony Heights is posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on the blog www.sincerelymissthang.com.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow her on Twitter: @TheMissThang
It’s the most ultimate high
Filled with the most entrechat strokes
Parents—we love them, yes, but stay with them forever? I think I speak for everyone when I say, NO WAY!
As young adults, we wait for the moment when we can claim our independence from our parents. The moment that most defines this is when we take the step to move out into our own place. This is the point in our life where we show our parents that we have matured enough to live our life without them having to hover over our every move. We want the freedom to play our music as loud as we want. We want the freedom to decorate with all the wild and crazy designs that we think expresses who we are.