“Where the F*** is Yo’ Hair?”


Hey ya’ll!! Peep the pic of one of my successful twist outs. I thought doing a twist out would would be easy peasy, but a couple of mine turned into a huge afro. I was sooooo excited to finally get one right! YES.

So it’s Friday, time for some Friday Fun and laughs! I found this video and thought it was HI-LA-RI-OUS! Seriously, I died laughing. This may be some of ya’ll out there… lol.


Not Always Meant To Be (Relationship Lessons)



Some relationships aren’t always meant to last. Not just spouse relationships, it can be a friendship, working relationship, family or whatever else kind of relationship you can think of. Come on, you’ve heard this before right? The key to these relationships and well, life in general is to take away your experience from it. What did you learn? People who are only in your life for a short period of time, was only meant to be there for that time so you can take your new lesson with you. Some relationships can leave you hurt, frustrated, depressed, happy etc… But you only really benefit if you can improve, grow or learn from what it brought you.

My relationship with my boyfriend may not last, and if we decided to go our seperate ways today, I wouldn’t have any regrets. I can walk away knowing I gave my ABSOLUTE best to what we had. I could lift my head up and thank the universe for the time I had with him and the experiences I’ve gained in order to bring my improved or newfound qualities to my next relationship. I always tell people that the man I end up married to will be one of the happiest men in the world. I still stand by that. I’m always evolving, growing, improving, learning and sharing for the sake for everyone and everything in my life.

Lesson: When a relationship ends make sure you are taking something with you from it. Learn and Apply it to your new friendship, spouse relationship and the rest. Or maybe you can apply it to an old relationship, some people deserve a second chance.

Relationship Bible (Spouse Relationship Lessons)

Do you have something that guides you through your relationship? If not, why? I love, love, love getting relationship advice from ANYONE that is in/has been in one. I also get my advice from personal experiences, Dr. Phil (yes, him), Mom, Grandma, friends, the internet… But I also choose the best advice for what fits for my relationship.

relationship bible

So I’ve try to keep all of the advice that I’ve filtered in a special email called “Relationship Things to Remember”. And every so often, I take a look at them to make sure I am still building on things so that me and my boyfriend can have a long-lasting, always improving, happy relationship.

Don’t get me wrong, we argue, we’re not always going to agree as most couples, or people in general. But the difference is, we know how to handle those arguements, we leave nothing to have to further be worked out, we WORK ON it. We have 10x’s more better great days, than bad ones.

CLICK HERE: Ten Relationship Myths

Lesson: Relationships are work. And if you want to be with someone till death do you part, its worth the work. Share relationship advice that you’ve learned with your partner. See if she/he agrees or disagrees, then you both can reach a common ground for what works for your relationship.

Time for Me, She, Her (Spouse Relationship Lessons)

Before I met my boyfriend, I was single for 7 years. I dated from here to there, but nothing as serious as now. While I did long to have a companion beside me to do things with, and share moments/time with… One thing I did learn to appreciate is how to enjoy time with just ME.

Even though I already spent a lot of time with just me, because I lived alone, I enjoyed it. I would light candles, my fireplace (when I had one) and snuggle on my couch and watch movies that made me laugh or smile. Now that I am in a relationship, I still haven’t lost that part of myself.

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Whenever my boyfriends says “Babe, I’m gonna go hang out, be back in a few hours”, I light up inside. I immediately imagine myself snuggled up on the couch, with candles lite, drinking some spiced chai with cookies, and watching a movie and just enjoying….. me, she, her time. And before I know it, time flies by and he’s home again, I like that part too.


Lesson: You should learn to love and enjoy time with yourself. This way you’re not always relying on your partner to MAKE you happy. Happiness comes from within.

Just let it go… (Spouse Relationship Lessons)

My other half

Yesterday, I came home from a long ass day of work and my internship. As I pulled in the parking lot, I called my boyfriend down to come out and help me take 2 cases of water into our apartment. When he came outside, he barely looked my way. I thought to myself “ok” and I continued on up the stairs, into our apartment. Once he got in, he put the water down, plopped on the couch and continued whatever he was doing before I called him outside.

I went over to give him my usual “I’m home” kiss, and I barely received a peck! WTH?! So I asked, “whats wrong with you?” He doesn’t even look up at me, as he shakes his head an says “nothing”. I stand there, giving him the eyeball, cause I don’t believe him. He looks up at me with a scrunched up face and says “what?!”.

WELP! Thats my que! Ain’t gotta tell me twice. I walked my happy tail to the bedroom, took a shower, climbed in my damn bed, and switched the TV to Dexter. Whatever is going on with him tonight, is just that. I’m good. So I figured he had some kinda secret attitude, which made me catch one, lol. But after about an hour, he turned off everything in the living room, climbed in bed, snuggled up next to me and fell asleep. I still don’t know what was really wrong, and because he no longer seemed to be worried about it, I figured there was nothing else to have a ‘tude about. So I just let it go….

Lesson: Not every battle has to be fought in a spousal relationship. Just let it go.