Thats the perfect way to describe the way I've been feeling lately... Sludge... I'm slow... My brain feels slow... My body feels slow... My heart feels slow... I feel like every step I take is surronded in sludge... Like walking through quicksand breathing thick air... It is an effort to do anything... ANYTHING... ANY THING... The sheer level of exhaustion I'm facing is CRAY. I have never ever been this exhausted... And trust I breast fed twin baby boys while caring for thier 3 siblings... SO I know tired... So the fact that I am sitting here almost to tired to hold my head up an write this is baffling to me... There are some physical causes for my fatigue. My horrible, terrible, no good, WTF is it this week Paragaurd IUD is definitely a big part of the problem. Anemia is another culprit. And not to mention this extra 40, 50, or 100lbs of weight I'm carrying can't possibly be good
This last year, has been one of the hardest, most trying, crazy times in my life. Currently, every single thing about my life is in transition The best way I can describe it is " SistaTV presents: A Tale of Two Cities 2013. " It was the best of times... It was the worst of times..." But what I know to be true for all highs and lows of life is that there is always a lesson... So what have these times of tremendous trouble and terrific triumph taught me? Well... it taught me... ME.... You know, who IS this Senam, girl? Who is this Senam I see shining back at me through videos, pictures, and silly social media postings and in the mirror? Is she real? Real deal Holyfieled. Is she is strong? Unyieldingly so. She is a survivor. She shows up. She delivers. She will fight through hellfire, brimstone, and whatever to get where she needs to be and to get to all the many wonderful places she
For my seventh or eight birthday ... My very trusting, very Ghanaian, very frustrated from my constant nagging, parents bought me my very own Thirteen inch Zenith Color Television... and as you can tell from the picture above I was very, very happy about it. Television, second only to books, is one of the great loves of my life. I loveddddddd tv and to have my very tv own in my very own room was in my 8-year-old mind... OUTSTANDING. My way older TV-less brothers were understandably not as thrilled. But they obliged and dragged it up the stairs and propped it up on my dresser right next to Rainbow Brite and my pile of Ramona Quimby novels. It was love at first sight. I loved the way the little numbers illuminated in red on the display. I loved the little circle flash it made when it turned off and on and I LOVED all that could be found, seen, and learned from that little black and brown
YAY LIFE!!!! GrubStreet Chicago wrote a really lovely article about me and my journey to become the next host of Check, Please! WTTW So honored. So blessed. SO GRATEFUL!!! #checksenamplease http://chicago.grubstreet.com/2013/04/on_last_day_to_vote_meet_check.html
I'm so honored to be a top 17 finalist to be the host of Check Please! Wttw! This is a 52 weeks to Fabulous video that I made on the way to my audition!!! Such an exciting day! When you are down to nothing God is up to something...
Hi my name is Senam Amegashie and I am shameless...I have absolutely zero problem exploiting the epic cuteness of my children to hound you into voting for me to be the next host of Check Please... Okay I do have shame..... But even if it wasn't a voting thing... This video of them is hilarious... and Ridiculous... So watch and giggle... SistaTV loves you! Vote for Senam Amegashie for Check Please! WTTW