My 10 Favorite Posts

On December 31, 2010, in Biracial, by Honeysmoke

It’s hard to believe another year is behind us. I have been looking back over the site, laughing and crying. Here are my 10 favorite posts of the year. See you in 2011!

This year was one filled by numbers. We’re still waiting on the Census, but the Pew Research Center released  a study that resulted in this post. Interracial Marriage by the Numbers

I had no idea earrings were so controversial. That’s not true. Make sure you read the comments on this post. Got Earrings?

Simone moved on up. Here’s my take on her big day. Graduation Day

True to form, Simone always lets us know exactly how she feels. Her writing inspired this post. Simone Says

For some reason, I thought Oprah Winfrey would want me to appear on her new network. As this post recalls, I didn’t even get close. Casting Call

I found a new family at the Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival. I hope to have more posts like this one in 2011. Being at Mixed Roots

This post will forever be known as the best-come-back-ever post. Read on to find out why. Impact of Race

Yes, we are raising a rapper. Sure wish I had this one on video. I am sure it would have gone viral. Preschool Rap

I don’t have all the answers, but I liked my answer and the comments on this post. Honeysmoke Says

While at Mixed Roots, I learned about this conference. I am so glad I didn’t miss it. Critical Mixed Race Studies

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