Sex and the City 2 Countdown Begins

SJP Looks great Emilio Pucci. Sex and The city Hits Theatres May 27.

Stefani Goes Au Natural with L.A.M.B.



Atlanta Spa Week April 12th- 18th


Spa Week is in its 12th year and if you've never attended recesionistas this year is your year to go. Spa's across the nation will be offering $50 spa treatments during the week of April 12-18th. 
Teeth Whitening, Laser Hair Removal, Alpha Beta and Diamond Peels, Sweedish & Hot Stone Massages are just a few of the services that will be offered at the low price of $50. Appointments fill up fast so make sure you call your spa today.

For a full listing of spas or treartments offered in your city visit www.spaweek.com.

Atlanta's Participating Spas
Angela Michael Skincare & Spa
Arista Spas
Atlanta Medical Day Spa & Surgery Center
Dr. Q Cosmetics
Fabu Face Spa
Facelogic Spa - Roswell
Institut' DERMed Spa Buckhead
Jolie The Day Spa & Hair Design
Judith of Budapest Skincare Salon
Neveah Wellness & Weight-Loss Day Spa
Salon D'Allure & Day Spa
Sanda Gane' European Day Spa & Hair Studio
Sanda Gane' European Day Spa & Hair Studio
SpaDreams Day Spa
Steve Hightower Hair Artists' Studio & Skin Care - Buckhead
Three-13 Salon, Spa and Boutique
Wink Couture Lashes

http://www.spaweek.com/ for more details

Erykah Badu's Window Seat Video Premier


Erykah Badu's Window Seat Album New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) in stores March 30, 2010

This video is a wow, doing situps and squats after this entry :-)

Love Looks Great on Tyra- Nikelodeon Kids Choice Awards

Tyra Banks @ Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards this past weekend.


Actress/Singer KeKe Palmer Fabulous as always


Jada Pinkett Smith is fabulous but I think she missed the mark on this one. Still gotta give her props. I love each peice she's wearing just not all together.

Rihanna had me untill the socks, which I know are a big trend right now, one that I wont be following. She's fierce as always you gotta give her that. Work it!

I Didn't Follow My Dreams-Original Poetry

We all have them so where did mines go?

I hope, I wish, I wonder, I imagine.
I start, I stop, I fear, I differed.
Listen I'm trying to understand what happened.

I stopped and differed seem to stick out
Maybe I just didn't believe in myself.
I Stopped. I Stopped.
I didn't see them through.
Fear got the best of me. Maybe that's the truth.

Someone else realized them now, took them right out of my head.
I didn't follow my dreams, now those dreams are dead.

By Chimere Norris


Letter to My Son



My dear Gavin, I am so honored that you are in my life because you have brought so much joy, happiness and purpose to my life over the past 3 years. I’m still working on becoming the women and mother I need to be to mold and shape you into the strong, smart young man that I know you will be one day, thank you for loving me unconditionally anyway. I want so much for you like any mother should; not only do you deserve the best, but you deserve my best.

Now that you are talking, walking, running, jumping and your personality is shaping you’ve made me realize some areas in myself that I need to work on. You’re teaching me more about life than I’ve obviously taught myself. Son, I thank you. One day when your old enough to read this letter and I hope you will not understand, because I would have made the transformation into the woman I hope to be. A woman you can look up to, be proud of, learn from, respect, trust and admire.

I don’t want to fail you son, by being too nice, by letting you get away with things the world won’t allow, by tolerating your misbehavior, because as a black man in this world the odds are against you. So it is my responsibility to buckle down, stand firm, and raise a son who will be able to withstand all of life’s harsh realities, who will understand the true value of hard work, who will embrace education, and who will garner respect and will treat people with respect and the consideration that they deserve.

I can buy you many presents on this day but my ultimate gift to you is to vow to be the mom that you need me to be, so that you can become a great man. Happy 3rd Birthday Son, I love you with all my heart.

Throwback Thursday: Raheem DeVaughn "Woman"


Raheem DeVaughn "Woman"

His new album The Love & War MasterPeace has been in heavy rotation since last week. It's so different and refreshing on so many levels.

B.O.B. is one of the tracks on his new album. Even though I don't have one I like this song.

Music Monday: Jaheim "Another Round" & Finding My Way Back

Since I missed last week I'm posting two songs. Have an awesome week.


Jaheim "Another Round" Album in Stores Now


Jaheim "Finding My Way Back" Album in Stores Now

Divine Women of Our time: Cicely Tyson

Cicely Tyson was raised in Harlem, New York by devoutly religious parents from the Caribbean island of Nevis. She was discovered by a fashion editor at Ebony magazine and, with her stunning looks, she quickly rose to the top of the modeling industry. In 1957, she began acting in Off-Broadway productions. She had small roles in feature films before she was cast as Portia in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1968) in 1968. Four years later, Cicely was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her sensational performance in the critically acclaimed film Sounder (1972). In 1974, she went on to portray a 110-year-old former slave in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman (1974) (TV), which earned her two Emmys, making her first African American Actress to win an Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actress .

Throughout the 1960s and early 1970s Tyson was a frequent guest star on television, appearing in I Spy, Naked City, The Nurses, The Bill Cosby Show, and many other programs. Her film career progressed more slowly. She played the love interest to Sammy Davis, Jr.'s jazz musician character in the 1966 movie A Man Called Adam, appeared in The Comedians in 1967, and turned in an affecting, if brief, performance as a doctor's rebellious daughter in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter in 1968. But by then, the film industry was entering the period of so- called "blaxploitation" films, which Tyson considered depressing and demeaning. According to People Tyson said "she would rather be unemployed than act in exploitation films like Shaft and Superfly, " adding that "The lesser of two evils for me is to wait, rather than do something that isn't right." For nearly six years, she hardly appeared before the cameras at all, with the exception of an occasional television guest spot. There were no parts being offered that she felt were worth taking--and she was even ready to forsake her acting career altogether, if it came to that. She married famous jazz trumpeter Miles Davis in November 1981 -- the ceremony was conducted by Atlanta mayor Andrew Young at the home of actor Bill Cosby but they later divorced in 1988.

While Cicely has not appeared steadily onscreen because of her loyality to only portray strong, positive images of Black women, she is without a doubt one of the most talented, beautiful actresses to have ever graced the stage and screen.

"Challenges make you discover things about yourself that you never really knew. They're what make the instrument stretch-what make you go beyond the norm." "The choices of roles I made had to do with educating and entertaining. And as a result I found myself working only every two or three years." - on her commitment to choose only positive images in films.

Tyson subsequently had great success on television, particularly with her role in the legendary miniseries Roots (1977) and her work in The Women of Brewster Place (1989). She also continued to do a fair amount of film work, appearing in films like Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All (1994), The Grass Harp (1995), and Hoodlum (1997). In 1997, Tyson again donned old woman's makeup to offer a delightfully crotchety version of Charles Dickens' Scrooge in the 1997 USA Network original production Ms. Scrooge. Two years later, she had another television success -- and another Emmy nomination -- with A Lesson Before Dying, a drama set in the 1940s about a black man sentenced to death for a murder he did not commit.

In 2005, Tyson co-starred in the movies Because of Winn-Dixie and Diary of a Mad Black Woman. The same year she was honored by Oprah Winfrey at her Legends Ball.

The Cicely Tyson School of Performing and Fine Arts, a magnet school in East Orange, New Jersey, was renamed in her honor. She plays an active part in supporting the school, which serves one of New Jersey's most underprivileged African-American communities. Source:Wikipedia.com, answers.com about.com imbd.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

Divine Women of Our Time: Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks (born December 4, 1973) is an American media personality, actress, occasional singer, former model and businesswoman. She began modeling in the 11th grade. She later went to Paris, France to do some runway modeling. Within Banks' first week in Paris, designers were so entranced by her presence on the runway that she was booked for an unprecedented twenty-five shows – a record in the business for a newcomer. She has done extensive print and/or runway work for fashion/advertising giants until she retired from modeling.


Banks was the first African American woman on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. In 1997, she received the VH1 award for Supermodel of the Year. That same year, she became the first-ever African American chosen for the cover of the Victoria's Secret catalog Banks was a top supermodel of the 1990s, when she became the first African-American model featured on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Famously curvy even by supermodel standards, she was a regular on fashion magazine covers and in the Victoria's Secret catalog. Banks also dabbled in acting, with appearances in the movies Higher Learning (1995, with Jennifer Connelly) and Coyote Ugly in 2000.

In the new century she shifted her focus to television. In 2003 she began producing and hosting the reality series America's Next Top , now in it’s 14th season. The show was a hit and spawned spinoffs in Germany, Holland, and many other countries. Banks also began hosting her own talk show, The Tyra Banks Show, in 2005. Banks announced her retirement from modelling the same year, saying she would focus on her television career. Since then she has also co-produced reality Tv show True Beauty. In 2009 she announced that The Tyra Banks Show would end its run after five seasons in March of 2010 so that she can focus on producing. Banks will focus on the launch of Bankable Studios, a N.Y.-based film production company currently reviewing possible projects. Sticking to her mission, Banks aims to bring “positive images of women to the big screen,” says an industry insider. Source Wikipedia/Answers.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

Let's Move Campaign!- Michelle Obama fight against Childhood Obesity



Earlier this week Michelle Obam joined President Obama and Cabinet members as he signed a Memorandum on Childhood Obesity. The Memorandum established a task force, headed by the First Lady, to encourage children to exercise more and adopt healthier eating habits. Later she was joined by local students, cabinet members, and athletes to kick off Let’s Move, a new nationwide campaign to combat childhood obesity. Childhood obesity or excess weight threatens the healthy future of one third of American children. We spend $150 billion every year to treat obesity-related conditions, and that number is growing.

Obesity rates tripled in the past 30 years, a trend that means, for the first time in our history, American children may face a shorter expected lifespan than their parents. We need to get moving. Join First Lady Michelle Obama, community leaders, teachers, doctors, nurses, moms and dads in a nationwide campaign to tackle the challenge of childhood obesity.

Let's Move! has an ambitious but important goal: to solve the epidemic of childhood obesity within a generation. Let’s Move will give parents the support they need, provide healthier food in schools, help our kids to be more physically active, and make healthy, affordable food available in every part of our country. for more info http://www.letsmove.gov/

We Are the World 2010 Video


The synergy in thiat room was amazing- I get chills just watching this video. You can donate at http://www.world25.org/ to help Haiti.

Divine Women of Our Time: Jackie Joyner-Kersee


Jacqueline "Jackie" Joyner-Kersee (born March 3, 1962) is a retired American athlete, ranked among the all-time greatest athletes in the women's heptathlon as well as in the women's long jump. She won three gold, one silver, and two bronze Olympic medals, in those two different events. Sports Illustrated for Women magazine voted Joyner-Kersee the Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th century.

As of August 2008, Joyner-Kersee holds the world record in heptathlon along with six all time best results and her long jump record of 7.49 m is second on the long jump all time list. In addition to heptathlon and long jump, she was a world class athlete in 100 m hurdles and 200 meters being as of June 2006 in top 60 all time in those events.

In 1988, Joyner-Kersee established the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Foundation, which provides youth, adults, and families with the resources to improve their quality of life with special attention directed to East St. Louis, Illinois. In 2007, Jackie Joyner-Kersee along with Andre Agassi, Muhammad Ali, Lance Armstrong, Warrick Dunn, Mia Hamm, Jeff Gordon, Tony Hawk, Andrea Jaeger, Mario Lemieux, Alonzo Mourning, and Cal Ripken, Jr. founded the "Athletes for Hope", a charitable organization, which helps professional athletes get involved in charitable causes and inspires millions of non-athletes to volunteer and support the community.

In 1996 she signed on to play pro basketball for the Richmond Rage of the fledgling American Basketball League. Although she was very popular with the fans, she was less successful on the court. She appeared in only 17 games, and scored no more than four points in any game. Even in 2010 her great sportsmanship is still recognized as she is recognized as an NCAA Silver Anniversary Awards honoree.

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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.


Divine Women Of Our Time: Deloris Sims

Deloris Sims and Margaret Henningsen

Deloris Sims started her banking career as a part-time teller for Firstar Bank in central Milwaukee, where she had lived since the age of five. Over 28 years, she rose up the ranks to become a vice president and a business banker, developing five Firstar banks in the city. All the while she watched as her own neighborhood, a low-income minority community, steadily deteriorated.

In 1999, she teamed up with two other minority women, Margaret Henningsen and Shirley Lanier, to found Legacy Bank. Their goal was to give the area's poor residents a stake in their neighborhood by financing small businesses and home purchases. The three women raised $6.9 million, bought the former Firstar building where Sims had worked for most of her career, and got to work with Sims as President and CEO.

Among projects Sims has been proud to see the bank support: the 2003 opening of a Ponderosa Steakhouse on King Drive in a lot that stood vacant for decades. The owner, Stella Love, is the only African-American woman in the United States to own a Ponderosa franchise.

Legacy also financed Milwaukee Health Services, which is owned by and serves minorities. The bank's support allowed the MHS to move to a location where they could serve more low-income residents.

In the bank's beginnings, Sims said, "Raising capital was the biggest challenge. None of us were wealthy." To get started, the team bought a preferred trust for $5 million and won awards from the U.S. Treasury Department. Nine years later, Legacy has assets of about $221 million. Year-over-year average deposit growth is 21 percent. In 2007, assets grew by 15 percent and the loan portfolio grew by 11 percent.

This year's efforts to raise capital, given the crises in the real estate and subprime markets, have been "very, very, very slow," Sims says. "With the banking industry the way it is, nobody wants to buy stocks in banks." And yet, based on Legacy's success in developing central Milwaukee, charitable foundations are picking up the baton and running with it. (c) 2008 U.S. Banker and SourceMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved. http://www.americanbanker.com/usb.html/ http://www.sourcemedia.com/
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

Divine Women of Our Time: Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Gail Winfrey (born January 29, 1954) is an American television host, producer, and philanthropist, best known for her self-titled, multi-award winning talk show, which has become the highest-rated program of its kind in history. She has been ranked the richest African American of the 20th century and beyond, the greatest black philanthropist in American history and was once the world's only black billionaire. She is also, according to some assessments, the most influential woman in the world.

In 1985, Winfrey co-starred in Steven Spielberg's film adaptation of Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Color Purple. She earned immediate acclaim as Sofia, the distraught housewife. The following year Winfrey was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. The Color Purple went on to become a Broadway musical and opened in late 2005, with Winfrey credited as a producer.

In 1993, Winfrey hosted a rare prime-time interview with Michael Jackson which became the fourth most watched event in American television history as well as the most watched interview ever, with an audience of one hundred million. As well as hosting and appearing on television shows, Winfrey co-founded the women's cable television network Oxygen. She is also the president of Harpo Productions (Oprah spelled backwards). Winfrey publishes two magazines: O, The Oprah Magazine and O at Home. She has co-authored five books;

In 1998, Winfrey began Oprah's Angel Network, a charity aimed at encouraging people around the world to make a difference in the lives of underprivileged others. Accordingly, Oprah's Angel Network supports charitable projects and provides grants to nonprofit organizations around the world that share this vision. To date, Oprah's Angel Network has raised more than $51,000,000. In 2005 she became the first black person listed by Business Week as one of America's top 50 most generous philanthropists, having given an estimated $303 million. Winfrey has also helped 250 African-American men continue or complete their education at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.

In addition to several acting roles she has done voice overs for Charlotte's Web, the 2006 film as Gussie the goose. She is also the voice of Judge Bumbleden in Bee Movie (2007) In 2009, Winfrey provided the voice for the character of Eudora, the mother of Princess Tiana, in Disney's The Princess and the Frog.

In 2008 Winfrey and Discovery Communications announced plans to change Discovery Health Channel into a new channel called OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. OWN will debut at an unspecified time in 2010. It was scheduled to launch in 2009, but has since been delayed. On November 2, 2009, it was announced that Winfrey will narrate Discovery Channel's upcoming documentary series Life, which will air in March 2010. Sorce:Wikipedia
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

Divine Women of Our time: Mae Jemison

Mae Carol Jemison (born October 17, 1956) is an African American physician and NASA astronaut. She became the first woman of recent African ancestry to travel in space when she went into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour on September 12, 1992.

Jemison says she was inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. but to her King's dream wasn't an illusive fantasy but a call to action. "Too often people paint him like Santa -- smiley and inoffensive," says Jemison. "But when I think of Martin Luther King Jr. I think of attitude, audacity, and bravery. "The best way to make dreams come true is to wake up," says Jemison

Jemison graduated from Chicago's Morgan Park High School in 1973 and entered Stanford University at age 16. Jemison graduated from Stanford in 1977, receiving a B.S. in chemical engineering and fulfilling the requirements for a B.A. in African and Afro-American Studies. Jemison obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1981 from Cornell Medical College (now Weill Medical College of Cornell University) She interned at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center and later worked as a general practitioner. During her years at Cornell Medical College, Jemison took lessons in modern dance at the Alvin Ailey school. Jemison later built a dance studio in her home and has choreographed and produced several shows of modern jazz and African dance.

Jemsion was turned down on her first application to NASA, but in 1987 Jemison was accepted on her second application and became one of the fifteen candidates accepted from over 2,000 applicants. Her work with NASA before her shuttle launch included launch support activities at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and verification of Shuttle computer software in the Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory (SAIL). Jemison flew her only space mission from September 12 to 20, 1992 as a Mission Specialist on STS-47.

Because of her love of dance and as a salute to creativity, Jemison took a poster from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Company along with her on the flight. "Many people do not see a connection between science and dance," says Jemison. "but I consider them both to be expressions of the boundless creativity that people have to share with one another. Jemison resigned from NASA in March 1993. "I left NASA because I'm very interested in how social sciences interact with technologies," says Jemison.

In 1994, Jemison founded the Dorothy Jemison Foundation for Excellence and named the foundation in honor of her mother. " One of the projects of Jemison's foundation is The Earth We Share (TEWS), an international science camp where students, ages 12 to 16, work to solve current global problems, like "How Many People Can the Earth Hold" and "Predict the Hot Public Stocks of The Year 2030.

In 1999, Jemison founded BioSentient Corp and has been working to develop a portable device that allows mobile monitoring of the involuntary nervous system. Biosentient has obtained the license to commercialize NASA's space-age technology known as Autogenic Feedback Training Exercise (AFTE), a patented technique that uses biofeedback and autogenic therapy to allow patients to monitor and control their physiology as a possible treatment for anxiety and stress related disorders.

Jemsion sometimes appears at charity events. Jemison is an active public speaker who appears before private and public groups promoting science and technology as well as providing an inspirational and educational message for young people. "Having been an astronaut gives me a platform," says Jemison,"but I'd blow it if I just talked about the Shuttle. "Jemison uses her platform to speak out on the gap in the quality of health-care between the United States and the Third World. "Martin Luther King ... didn't just have a dream, he got things done."[

Jemison is a Professor-at-Large at Cornell University and was a professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth College from 1995 to 2002. Jemison continues to advocate strongly in favor of science education and getting minority students interested in science. She sees science and technology as being very much a part of society, and African-Americans as having been deeply involved in U.S. science and technology from the beginning.

Jemison participated with First Lady Michelle Obama in a forum for promising girls in the Washington, D.C. public schools in March 2009. Source:Wikipedia.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

The Romance Challenge Day 10

Today is the last day of The Romance Challenge Tips but not the last day of the challenge for you at home. I consolidated 28 tips into 10 days of post, now you still have the rest of the month to enhance your relationship with your mate. Those of you who are participating I hope that your relationship is in a better place before you started the challenge and I wish you continued success in your relationships.

Tips 25-28

Public Indecency: Your backyard, deck or patio is outdoors but it’s your property. Get a little risky and see what you and mother-nature can come up with.

On Demand: Expand your horizons and order a flick, yea that’s right a porno I’m not a fan personally, but for many people this is a way to learn some new tricks.

Mother of Pearl: Pearls can do amazing things, get some and let your imagination run wild.

Show Your Love: Sometimes we allow love to be an action word and while that works for some people others need to hear it. Express your love often as possible, let your mate know that you love them through your physical actions just as much as your verbal ones.

As of today you would have recieved 28 tips from me on how to increase the romance and intimacy in your relationship. I’ve laid the foundation now the rest is up to you. Don’t be afraid to mix things up, it will all pay off in the end. Happy Valentines Day!


aakofii THE JEWELRY DESIGNER & JimiKing Trunk Show

The Obamas Cover Essence


"Malia will tell you, my attitude was, if she came home with a B, that's not good enough because there's no reason why she can't get an A..." --President Barack Obama, ESSENCE

ESSENCE kicks off the first of its three-part education series, "Teaching Our Children," with a White House exclusive--an interview with President Barack Obama. In his first interview of 2010, he talks tough with ESSENCE editor-in-chief Angela Burt-Murray, Deputy Editor Tatsha Robertson and Washington Correspondent Cynthia Gordy about holding teachers accountable, closing the education gap between Black and White students, how he and First Lady Michelle Obama encourage daughters Malia and Sasha to love learning, and how you can do the same with your own children. Source:www.essence.com

The Romance Challenge Day 9


Tips 22-24
Let’s Go Shopping: Go lingerie/lounge shopping together and pick out an outfit for each other. It's not about what you like for yourself it's about what they want to see you in, and vice-versa. Go with the flow get out of your comfort zone, whats more risky than being naked? 

Blind Play: Use a soft or silk scarf to blindfold your mate while you tickle there fancy, if they will let you tie up there hands to. The sense are extra stimulated when the sense of sight and touch is removed at the same time.

Oh My Baby Oil: Instead of turning on the water in the bath tonight or after the bath water is out, whip out the baby oil, pour and rub it all over your bodies while in the tub. I'll leave what happens after that up to you.  Be careful when getting out of the tub, but especially careful the morning after. Wash the bathtub out if you can remember before the next use.(non slip bath mat recommended)

Read More from The Romance Challenge Here. Friday is the last days of tips, I hope you have enjoyed the series as much as I have enjoyed sharing with you.

Divine Women Of Our Time: Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor was born in New York in 1946. In her early twenties, the young entrepreneur started Nequai Cosmetics, one of the first companies to create beauty products for African American women. Although her product line was well received in African American communities and in the Caribbean, Taylor was interested in expanding her career. She heard that Essence, a fledgling publication catering to African American women, was looking for a beauty editor. Taylor approached editor-in-chief Ed Lewis for the position and was hired in 1970.

Although Taylor had never attended college, she was a licensed cosmetologist who understood the specific needs and concerns of black women. Her monthly articles were popular with African American females who were historically undervalued and underrepresented by media companies. Taylor soon became responsible for fashion as well as beauty, and in 1981 she was promoted to editor-in-chief, a post she held until July 2000.

Under Susan's expert guidance, Essence experienced phenomenal growth. Its monthly readership soared to more than 5 million, reaching black women all over the world. Capturing the hearts of Essence readers was Susan's monthly column, "In the Spirit," which addressed themes such as family, faith, self-esteem and health. Her motivational features culminated in the popular books, In the Spirit: The Inspirational Writings of Susan L. Taylor and Lessons In Living. She also authored a third book with her husband, Khepra Burns, Confirmations: The Spiritual Wisdom That Has Shaped Our Lives. Taylor also became a popular speaker on the lecture circuit.

In March 1986, Taylor was elected vice president of Essence Communication, Inc. and became senior vice president in 1993. She was the host and executive producer of Essence, the country's first nationally syndicated African-oriented magazine television show, the Essence Awards show and the Essence Music Festival.

In 1993 Taylor collected a number of these essays and new ones for her book, In the Spirit: The Inspirational Writings of Susan L. Taylor. "In the Spirit is a deeply personal book," Taylor wrote in the preface. "It's about my healing and yours. It contains the seeds I want to plant in our hearts and within our universal garden so that we can uplift our people and ease the suffering in our world." Publishers Weekly commended the book, particularly the author's style, warmth, and generosity in revealing herself. Library Journal highly recommended it, noting that it was written "first of all for black women," yet still "appeals to common humanity while encouraging transcendence." In the Spirit became a national best-seller.

Although she recently stepped down from her duties as editor-in-chief, Taylor remains the chief editorial executive responsible for the overall vision, articles and images of the publication. She also maintains a high profile in the community, where she is a staunch advocate for the nation's poor. Taylor is an avid supporter of Edwin Gould Services for Children, a foster-care agency, and serves on the advisory board for Aid to Imprisoned Mothers. Many recognize her tireless work and charitable contributions. Mission Society. Source: Thehistorymakers.com answers.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

The Romance Challenge Day 8


Tips 19-21
For-Play: Bring out the games and turn game night into the main night. Weather its strip poker, roll the dice, hide & go seek or put a new spin on your favorites, this might be a game you won’t mind loosing.
• Routine No More: Switch up your schedule and surprise your mate with a mid day rendezvous’ or offer yourself as soon as they walk through the door, nightime nookie is a dessert and not the main course anymore.

Lights Costume Action: Using items around the house, seduce your mate through role playing. Costumes, wigs, aprons anything you can think of to get you in character for the role of a lifetime. Most adult novelty store sell costumes or you can always try party city for cheap accessories you can dress up with.

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Divine Women Of Our Time: Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison (born Chloe Ardelia Wofford on February 18, 1931) is a Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning American author, editor, and professor. Her novels are known for their epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed black characters. Among her best known novels are The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Beloved. She went on to publish 9 novels. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

In 1949 Morrison entered Howard University to study English. Morrison received a B.A. in English from Howard in 1953, then earned a Master of Arts degree, also in English, from Cornell University in 1955. After graduation, Morrison became an English instructor at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas (from 1955-57) then returned to Howard to teach English.

Some years later she moved to Syracuse, New York, where she worked as a textbook editor. A year and a half later she went to work as an editor at the New York City headquarters of Random House. As an editor, Morrison played an important role in bringing black literature into the mainstream. She edited books by such authors as Toni Cade Bambara, Angela Davis and Gayl Jones.

In 1987 Morrison's novel Beloved became a critical success. When the novel failed to win the National Book Award as well as the National Book Critics Circle Award, a number of writers protested over the omission. Shortly afterward, it won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and the American Book Award. Beloved was adapted into the 1998 film of the same name starring Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover. Morrison later used Margaret Garner's life story again in an opera, Margaret Garner, with music by Richard Danielpour. In May 2006, The New York Times Book Review named Beloved the best American novel published in the previous twenty-five years.

In 1993 Morrison was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Her citation reads: Toni Morrison, "who in novels characterized by visionary force and poetic import, gives life to an essential aspect of American reality." In 1996 the National Endowment for the Humanities selected Morrison for the Jefferson Lecture, the U.S. federal government's highest honor for achievement in the humanities. Morrison's lecture, entitled "The Future of Time: Literature and Diminished Expectations," began with the aphorism, "Time, it seems, has no future," and cautioned against misuse of history to diminish expectations of the future.

Morrison was honored with the 1996 National Book Foundation's Medal of Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, which is awarded to a writer "who has enriched our literary heritage over a life of service, or a corpus of work." In addition to her novels, Morrison has also co-written books for children with her younger son, Slade Morrison, who works as a painter and musician. She is also currently a member of the editorial board of The Nation magazine. In the Democratic primary contest for the 2008 presidential race, Morrison endorsed Senator Barack Obama over Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton though expressing admiration and respect for the latter. Source:Wikipedia.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

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Divine Women Of Our Time: Cathy Hughes

Cathy Hughes, born Catherine Elizabeth Woods in Omaha, Nebraska on April 22, 1947, is an American entrepreneur, radio and television personality and business executive. After obtaining her degree from Creighton University She began her career in radio with KOWH and later went on to become the General Sales Manager of WHUR-FM, the Howard University-owned, urban-contemporary radio station.

Cathy Hughes made presentations to 32 different male loan officers to get the funding to buy her first radio station: "And the fact I was an African American female in her early thirties and a single mom, I was not the most desirable of candidates to them. And they all told me no. The 33rd presentation was to a woman banker at Chemical bank, her first week on the job. She was Puerto Rican. And she said to me, 'I thought my first loan would be to a Puerto Rican entrepreneur, but I guess an African-American female is close enough, I'll do the deal. And her name was Lydia Colón and she loaned me the money to buy the station'."

In 1979, Hughes founded Radio One, and with then-husband Dewey Hughes bought AM radio station WOL 1450 in Washington, D.C. After the previous employees had destroyed the facility, she faced financial difficulties and subsequently lost her home and moved with her young son to live at the station. Her fortunes began to change when she revamped the R&B station to a 24-hour talk radio format. Since 1980, Ms. Hughes has worked in various capacities for Radio One including President, General Manager, General Sales Manager and talk show host. Ms. Hughes has been Chairperson of the Board and Secretary of Radio One since 1980, and was Chief Executive Officer of Radio One from 1980 to 1997.

Hughes and Radio One went on to own 70 radio stations in nine major markets in the U.S. As of 2007, Hughes's son, Alfred Liggins, III, serves as CEO and president of Radio One, and Hughes as chairperson. Hughes is also a minority owner of BET industries.

In January 2004, Radio One launched TV One, a national cable and satellite television network which bills itself as the "lifestyle and entertainment network for African-American adults." Hughes interviews prominent personalities, usually in the entertainment industry, for the network's talk program TV One on One.

Cathy Hughes believes in creating opportunities for her employees: "Maybe 10 years ago now I had a goal of having 1000 women and people of color on my payroll. Well, I now have 2200 employees and so I have upped my goal to 5000 women and people of color. Because someone opened the door for me, and it is now my responsibility to open it for others, and I think that that's my true mission."

Both Cathy Hughes and her son, Alfred Liggins have been named Entrepreneur of the Year by the company Ernst & Young. She is also a notable member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Source:Wikipedia.com radcliffe.edu
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

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The Romance Challenge Day 7

                                
I sure wish I had a romantic bedroom like this one, some of you do, but most of you probally dont. My bedroom is simple and comfy but there are so many other things I would like to do to my bedroom to set the mood right. Right now it's a room for rest, but in fact it should be a room of zest. Without being to complicated a nice collaboration of accessories, pictures and lighting of objects could give the impression of an romantic atmosphere quickly. Until I get that done, I've used other rooms to get creative.


Tips 19-21
Rooms Service: the bedroom & couch are off limits tonight, take it to another room or piece of furniture in the house. Enjoy your surroundings and new positions you can try in the various rooms on various objects.
Tonight’s the Night: Oh you don’t do that, well tonight try something that you’ve never done before.
Tricks up your sleeve: Visit an adult novelty store and pick up a new toy the two of you can enjoy. If your afraid to shop in public browse online together.

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There are students that truly are working towards & preparing for their future. Do you any child or children like that? Someone that is diligently working to make things happen...

Are you a student that knows what you want to be when you grow up? Are you preparing yourself now? What are you doing to be a SUCCESS!!!?

From the mouths of babes and in their own heartfelt words, it is time to shine a positive light on how they have committed & positioned themselves for SUCCESS .
Does the above describe a student or child you know?

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Music Monday: Somewhat New Joint from Krys Ivory "Mr. Maybe"


Krys Ivory is a Singer/Song writer and a recent cancer survivor signed with Next Selection Ryan Leslie's label. The song "Mr. Maybe" is cute, I wish her all the best.
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Krys Ivory "Mr. Maybe" produced by Ryan Leslie

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Divine Women of Our Time: Diana Ross

Diana Ross (born Diane Ernestine Earle Ross, March 26, 1944) is an American singer and actress. During the 1960s, she helped shape the Motown sound as lead singer of The Supremes, before leaving the group for a solo career on January 14, 1970. Since the beginning of her career with The Supremes and as a solo artist, Ross has sold more than 100 million records.

During the 1970s and through the mid-1980s, Ross was among the most successful female artists, crossing over into film, television and Broadway. She received a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for her 1972 role as Billie Holiday in Lady Sings the Blues, for which she won a Golden Globe award. She won awards at the American Music Awards, garnered twelve Grammy Award nominations, and won a Tony Award for her one-woman show, An Evening with Diana Ross, in 1977.

In 1976, Billboard magazine named her the "Female Entertainer of the Century." In 1993, the Guinness Book of World Records declared Diana Ross the most successful female music artist in history with a total of eighteen American number-one singles: twelve as lead singer of The Supremes and six as a soloist. Ross was the first female solo artist to score six number-ones. This feat puts her in a tie for fifth place among solo female artists with the most number-ones on the Hot 100. She is also one of the few recording artists to have two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame—one as a solo artist and the other as a member of The Supremes. In December 2007, she received a John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Honors Award. Including her work with The Supremes, Ross has released 67 albums. Source:Wikipedia
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

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The Romance Challenge Week 2 - Day 6

If you’re just joining us please take a look at The Romance Challenge days 1-5 first before reading on. We are now in our 2nd week and this week is key because in 6 days Valentines will be upon us, the ultimate romantic holiday. Some of us will have a good one and others will not, it's simply up to you. This year instead of focusing on a gift, or a dinner reservation, I think the day would be much more successful if it was spent doing something you both could enjoy and that would be memorable and cost effective.

Here are a Few His & Hers Ideas
Candlelight dinner prepared together at home $35 and under.
Visit the JeJu Sauna in Duluth GA for $25 per person and you can spend the night (included in your price).
His & Hers Mani & Pedi for $75 and under at various nail salons and spas across the US.
His & Hers massage for $165 and under at various spas across the US.
Personal chef or cooking class, at a nearby dinner studio.
Wine tasting and your nearest winery or vineyard. You could make it a day trip.
Private or public ballroom or salsa dance lesson at a nearby dance studio.


Tips 16-18
Cyber Sextn: Catchem off guard and surprise your mate and erotic text message or email during the day. If you don't do this often this will definitely put a smile on there face.

Turn off the lights: Tonight the bathroom is the perfect place for a perfect ending. Take a hot bubble bath together, but set the scene first. Turn of the lights use some scented candles instead, pop in some soft music to play in the background and the two of you get in and just relax. Fill the water as high as your can so that both of your bodies are covered and close the shower curtain after you are inside to keep the steam in and the water warmer longer. garden tubs, jaccuzzi tubs and

Say It Loud: Sometimesyou just don't know what to say and of course you don't want to sound carazy but playtime is one of those time where what your saying doesnt matter just as long as your saying something. Giving out orders will definitely make the cut, just as well as reciting some vowels just let your voice be heard like no other. Let your mate know your enjoying the ride they will appreciate you for this one.

Battle of the Sexes In stores March 9th

I'm actually looking forward to Ludacris Battle of The Sexes album now that it has become a compilation CD. I also can't wait to see what comes of the new video he's filming down in Miami this Super Bowl weekend for "My Chick Bad". This was a great oppurtunity for many cameos being that all of the celebrities are in town any way, smart move. Would be even hotter if all of the female rappers in the video hop on the remix.

Behind the scenes rappers: Diamond, Trina, Ludacris, Niki Minaj and Eve
source:@ludajuice twitter feed

You can listen to the song here Explicit Lyrics **Not Safe for Work**
Explicit Lyrics **Not Safe for Work**
My thoughts: Chris could have gotten a better verse from any of the rappers in the above photo. Sorry Darling Nikki.

New Music: Erykah Badu "Window Seat"




Erykah Badu "Window Seat"

Divine Women Of Our Time: Marian Wright Eldeman


Marian Wright Edelman (born June 6, 1939) is an American activist for the rights of children. She is president and founder of the Children's Defense Fund and has been an advocate for disadvantaged Americans her entire career. A graduate of Spelman College and Yale Law School, Mrs. Edelman began her career in the mid-1960s when, as the first black woman admitted to the Mississippi Bar, she directed the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund office in Jackson, Mississippi. In 1968, she moved to Washington, D.C., as counsel for Martin Luther King Jr.'s Poor People's March. She founded the Washington Research Project, a public interest law firm, and served as director of the Center for Law and Education at Harvard University.

As founder, leader and principal spokesperson for the CDF, Mrs. Edelman worked to persuade Congress to overhaul foster care, support adoption, improve child care and protect children who are disabled, homeless, abused or neglected. A philosophy of service absorbed during her childhood undergirds all her efforts. As she expresses it, “If you don’t like the way the world is, you have an obligation to change it. Just do it one step at a time.”

She continues to advocate youth pregnancy prevention, child-care funding, prenatal care, greater parental responsibility in teaching values and curtailing children’s exposure to the barrage of violent images transmitted by mass media. Edelman serves on the board of the New York City based Robin Hood Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to the elimination of poverty and its scourge. Source Wikipedia.com and about.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

The Romance Challenge Day 5

For some of you these tips are just a brush up, an eye opener to others and a savior to some who are looking for a way to rejuvenate a stale relationship. For those who may be reading along but not learning anything new the fact of the matter is, we don't use or do what we did in the beginning of the relationship after some time have passed so this is just a reminder.


Tips 13-15

Do Your Homework: Visit the book store and take a look at the Karma Sutra together and discuss positions you can try when you get home. The internet is another great and free resource where you can explore many new areas and interesting ideas. It's more exciting when you look at together can you can discuss your thoughts together.

Wine & Dine: Prepare an impromptu candlelight dinner at home for your mate on a weeknight with some wine or champagne to toast to a good night. People tend to push everything off to the weekend and then try to cram so much in all at once. Not only is this a bad idea, but you or they will be so tired from regular weekend errands you won't have the energy to pull this off successfully.

Let The Music Play: Instead of going to bed watching TV, let music be your soundtrack. Make a special Ipod mix for the bedroom, or your favorite romantic CD to get the mood right. I have several compilation CD's that I play on my laptop since I don’t own an Ipod. If you choose an individual CD I suggest something like Jazz, Kem, or Sade, because most music CDs are a mixture of up-tempo and smooth music. The wrong song or beat can throw the entire mood off.

So it's been 5 days of juicy tips, I'm wondering how things are working out for you? Leave and anonymous comment if you will please and just let me know your thoughts, reaction and suggestions to my Romance Challenge.

Be sure to read days 1-5 If this is your first time reading.

Divine Women Of Our Time: Slyvia Rhone

Sylvia Rhone has chartered a groundbreaking career in the American recording industry. In 1988, she became the first black woman to serve as vice-president of a major record company--Atlantic Records--and three years later was named co-president and chief executive officer of her own Atlantic label, EastWest Records America. Though she began her career in banking and finance, Rhone has displayed a knack for discovering and developing new music talent, as well as salvaging financially struggling record divisions.

Born in Philadelphia and raised in New York City's Harlem, Rhone received a degree in economics from the prestigious Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating in 1974, she went to work for a major bank in New York City, but after a year decided the atmosphere was too constraining. "I wore pants to work and all eyebrows turned up," she told Randolph. Rhone scrapped her plans for a financial career, took a major pay cut, and started work as a secretary for Buddah Records--at nearly the bottom rung of the music industry ladder. For Rhone, however, the position represented a great opportunity. "I knew I was taking a risk," she told Black Enterprise, "but from the moment I sat in my new chair, I knew I was cut out for this business."

In the mid 1980s, she was hired as director of national black music promotion at struggling Atlantic Records, which in its heyday represented such acts as Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding. Under Rhone's guidance, the black music roster at Atlantic expanded to include such number one acts as LeVert, Miki Howard, and Gerald Albright. Her success resulted in another promotion in 1988--this time to senior vice-president of the entire Atlantic Records company--making her the only black woman to hold as a high a position within a major American record company.

In late 1991, Atlantic formed a new label, Atco-EastWest, to encompass a broader range of musical artists. Rhone was named chair and chief executive officer of the label, which will feature several dozen acts--both black and white--varying in style from rock and pop to rhythm and blues to rap. In 1994, Rhone became chairman/CEO of Elektra Records. She oversaw the consolidation of four labels into the Elektra Entertainment Group, whose roster included rapper Missy Elliott, radio personality Angie Martinez, Metallica, Jet, hip hop's Fabolous, Sacario and Yolanda Adams. Rhone exited that post in March 2004 when Elektra was dismantled by its parent company, Warner Music Group.

In 2004, she was appointed president of Universal Music Group's Motown Records and executive VP of Universal Records where she has remained. Source:answers.com Wikipedia.com
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Divine Women of Our Time is a series to remind us of the rich culture we come from and to celebrate black history month. I will profile strong women that have been apart of building a culture, paving ways for those after them and who have made a memorable impact within their industry. These women were not only leaders, but they were role models for many people at an appointed time. Most of these women are still with us thankfully. Rightfully so, I want to celebrate them while they are here and can understand that there relevance is appreciated as apart of our rich history.

The Romance Challenge Day 4

 Consistency during the Romance Challenge is most important. Some of you will master each of these tips every day and others will have to space them out. Either way it's okay just as long as you are making an effort to stick with the challenge schedule permitting.

Ask & Peak: What worked years ago may not work anymore so ask your partner what turns them on. Ask what they enjoy most about your imtimacy, and what new things they would like to try. You want to keep doing what they like and add a few new things to the mix. The element of surprise is always a good thing.

Lube it Up: From KY to warming and flavored lubes you should add a little lube into the mix. Great for before, during, or after. A trip to an adult store can be fun, you can pick out things together share a few laughs. Shop online if your to shy to go to an adult store. But it's a fun trip I promise.
Upside Down Show: Never do it in the same position two nights in a row, let your imagination flow. Don't be afraid to do some reasearch on the internet for ideas for the bedroom. Most people get tired of sex because of the routine, they know whats going to happen when-where-and how. If you think outside of the box it can be a delightful experience for you and your partner. Going into new rooms, or just getting out of the bed period is a great start.

Throwback Thursday's: Lauren Hill " Turn Your Lights Down Low"


Lauren Hill " Turn Your Lights Down Low" featuring Bob Marley

To Do Or Not To Do: Hair

Last Night Michelle Williams attended the after party for Beyonce new fragance launch Heat in NYC.
Are We Feeling Michelle Williams New Hair Do? I think I like her better in soft sultry looks. Edgy is not the way to go for Michelle-I'm just not buying it.

Beyonce is byfar the hardest working lady in show biz, she is trully unstoppable. She is officially the Queen of Multiple Streams of Income. Of Course Beyonce was looking smoking hot in all red. Love the little print on the bottom of those shoes.