Short and Sweet 4.23.12

Hey everyone!

Glad to be back this week writing to you :) Thank you for choosing to read my blog and if you would, please comment and subscribe to it!

I will make this short since I do plan on writing another post later on this week.

I am always inspired to speak on something whenever I have a great conversation with someone. Tonight, I had one of those wake-up "calls" with LaTanya O'Kelley, a publicist here in Atlanta. She and I had been meaning to connect and communicate, however, due to our lives crossing so much, we hadn't had the chance. Tonight we spoke on the phone for nearly TWO HOURS about any and everything that came to our minds that correlates to what we BOTH are doing for ourselves. She actually gave me more information than I could have EVER asked for and I am so GRATEFUL for that. Sometimes, my motivation comes from within, other times it comes from other people who BELIEVE IN ME. Most times, a combination of both of those circumstances come from GOD and he is my ultimate provider. That moment when you need to write your thoughts or when you need to express yourself in a therapeutic way isn't by happenstance, it's truly a GIFT; cherish it!

Always stay inspired by POSITIVE, PROGRESSIVE AND PROSPEROUS people in your life! GOD and those individuals will keep you when no one else is left.

Side-note: SWV released their latest album last week, "I Missed Us" after 15 years! REAL R&B RETURNS! Click here for their OFFICIAL WEBSITE and check them out on tour here: Fresh Music Festival.

As always, stay positive, progressive and prosperous and don't let ANYONE tell you otherwise or that you can't DO anything you set your goals upon.

Peace and many blessings,


  1. Hey chica! Thanks for the mention! I enjoyed our conversation and I hope that it helped, even though it took FOREVERRRR (totally my fault)but it seems as though it was actually right on time! Much continued success! *smilezNblessings*

    1. Thanks, LaTanya!

      I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation yesterday evening. Thank you for that. You are welcome and much success to you as well!


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