Posts by Farrah Lynn

5 Vlogs of AA Living Abroad You Need to Follow Now

As you guys may know by know, I am planning my escape from the US. Me and my little family are slowly but surely making our way to Jinja, Uganda. In the meantime, I am doing as much research as possible. While doing extensive research on moving abroad, I came across many other African American expats…

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So There’s This Girl…

So there’s this girl…. she lives in Uganda….she’s kind of stolen my heart….Why Lord..Why? I have known about her since January of this year and I just simply put it off saying God clearly couldn’t be calling me to adopt ANOTHER child in the midst of already adopting from Haiti..Could he? I advocate for kids…

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My Latest Obsession

I am becoming a tad bit obsessed with the idea of living outside of the U.S. The more I research, the more I want to go. There are so many business opportunities and with the exchange rate in a lot of places, the cost of living is ridiculously low especially for those who have online…

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Just Like That…

So just like that (3 weeks before school ends) I am thrust back into homeschooling again.. and not for a good reason….  My son apparently got jumped on Friday and nobody had the decency to even call me and tell me. Yep, that was the end of our private school journey ladies and gentlemen. I am…

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Stop Feeling Sorry For My Kids

Raising kids who come from trauma is HARD! I raise my kids a certain way for a very specific reason. It may seem mean or harsh to some, but until you have walked a million miles in my shoes AS ME, please don’t question the way I parent. That being said (and this is a…

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May is National Foster Care Month

Although I am no longer a foster parent recruiter or a foster parent, fostering is still extremely dear to my heart! Foster a child! Change a Life!  #‎foster‬ ‪#‎fostercare‬ ‪#‎fosterachild‬ ‪#‎farrahlynn‬

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May is Haitian Heritage Month

According to Wikipedia Haitian Heritage Month is a celebration in the United States of Haitian heritage and culture. It was first celebrated in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1998. Tele Kreyol, one of the Boston Haitian Access Television programs, celebrated the whole month of May with a series of programs on Haitian history, culture, and contributions to…

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Happy Birthday Daddy!

Happy 68th Birthday to my daddy Farris Albertie, Jr! The devil thought he had him..ooohhh butterum…. He has fought hard and beat cancer and a number of other illnesses. I am happy that he is here to celebrate yet another birthday!  Here’s to many, many more!  

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