Teresa and Fatmata are dressed in African dresses made of Brilon and Gara. Girl Scouts are wearing uniforms today.
My beautiful daughter with PLAN Girls.
Some of the girls from South Africa taught the other youth delegates a female empowerment song at the Youth Delegate Reception:
Leli lizwe elamakhosikazi. Alisoze laphela amandla!
This world belongs to the women. It will never lose power.
Thanks to Fatmata and Teresa, I got my hair cornrowed yesterday! Lorisa got hers done as well.
Pictured Left to Right: Lorisa, Fatmata, Me, Teresa
This is an example of something I will not be doing tomorrow. I prefer to be irritating only when people have the ability to unfollow.
Friends don’t let friends mass text.
I recently hit a sale on Swanson’s broth. Cans selling for ¢47, plus I had a coupon for ¢50 of 5, making it ¢37 a can. So naturally, I went a little crazy. But really, there’s nothing that makes a soup better than using the homemade, slow all day simmered variety.
Love this. Wish I could do with my own children’s artwork.
As a kid, I thought that if you remembered a dead person, those thoughts would elevate them a notch in heaven. I have to admit, I still recall that thought process today while reading the obits, thinking about a dead love one (or pet). So while reading In Jennie’s Kitchen, I thought I would honor her deceased husband Mikey, by making this amazing Creamy Peanut Butter Pie.
“Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today.” -James Dean Beware, however, a big slice of this may kill you.