There are seven fundamental types of catastrophes. Beauty is not one of them.

Fun Fridays…7 bits of randomness {photography,Titanic, Race Relations, Natural Hair & more}

First Friday of the month & it just happens to land on the first day of February, new beginnings all around. Hope everyone had a great week & will have an even greater weekend… till next week, enjoy these random online bits of wonder….

𝍬 26 Moments That Restored Our Faith In Humanity  is a step toward some sunshine and faith when so much in our world is completely mad.

𝍬 He was on the brink of a major life change  but sadly, died alone and homeless before he knew about it.

𝍬 20 Absolutely Breathtaking Photos of Central Park  makes it easy to see why it costs so much to rent or buy anywhere near the area. 

𝍬 Leonardo DiCaprio is one of my favorite actors, so when I heard  he walked Kate Winslet down the aisle at her wedding,  admittedly I gasped a little. How sweet.

𝍬 If you’re an esthetician, a spa enthusiast or just like reading interesting articles about the subject, you’ll find this one about Race Relations and the Spa Industry  worth your while. As a black woman and licensed esthetician, I agree my education didn’t cover the special needs of ethnic skin – which includes other ethnicities of color as well. The Fitzpatrick Scale is just the start of it! I was the only brown face in the class & if I hadn’t been there to bring up hyperpigmentation, scarring, keloids and so on, my instructor might’ve skipped it altogether. There’s definitely a gap.

𝍬 Since I’ve been blabbing about natural hair this week (my unfinished journey..more to come next week), thought I’d share this fabulous slideshow all about  Natural Hair in 2012: The Year Curly, Kinky And Natural Tresses Took Over The World

𝍬 It’s Black History Month…so I’d like to include one of my earlier & favorite posts from last February. Do you know about  Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies?  I’ve found her story fascinating since I first read about her. You have to consider the times and the unique life she lived, pretty amazing. Where was her story in my history books?





Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s Registered & Protected

yesterday’s feelings…

blog with integrity

creative copy:

Protected by Copyscape Unique Content Checker
%d bloggers like this: