I remember seeing parades in
high school. My high school has the
motto WE are the vikings, the mighty mighty
vikings. My high school was a small
high school. I graduated high school
June 3, 2004 just so you know.
Enough about that, the Inkster
Memorial Day parade was today. THe majority
of the people there were my own Black people.
I was so happy and enthusiastic because
I saw so many of OUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK
people there. I saw black babies and I got
happy about that too.
It was so crowded, thousands of
people were there. I was in the parade
pulling the wagon with the kid in it.
That little boy was so happy he did not
have to walk so much because I got to
admit ,that was the LONGEST walk I’ve
ever had. I felt as though I walked
so much I burned off every calorie
I ever had for 3 years. That was
a long journey.
Police cars and squad cars
were coming through. THese horses
was around and people were riding,
mostly black men.
I saw some people from high school..
The kids from the Florence Street Block
Club was there. They are a group of Black
Kids who was on the psa I wrote for
Cleaning the Community. They stood in the
front. I was way at the back. It took some
hours for my spot to come in. I got so
tired of standing up that I had to sit
The kids and adults were tossing
candy in the streets for this special
day. Kids were grabbing up candy thrown
in the parade. It was definitely something
to journal about ofcourse especially because
I wrote it here.
We all thought it was going to rain
on the parade. It rained slightly before
but waited till way later to rain hard.
THe parade was sunny and bright
and I had a great time.
Source: ME, charismaallover