Lovely…



Brookline residence, Boston. Sudbury Design Group.

Lovely…

Brookline residence, Boston. Sudbury Design Group.

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I hope I never ever come off as flirtatious

harounrasheed:

So so not my intention. If I compliment your hair, outfit, blog, new Avi, ETC

It’s purely genuine. I hope I never make someone uncomfortable in that way. I like to build people up is all, it feels good.

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I’m at a loss

for what to say. That’s why I’ve been away for a while. Periodically I’ll log on to see what’s going on but I rarely post these days.

I’m a writer without a story. Lost with no map.

I don’t know.

The funniest “The Voice” commentary-  Jamaican Style !!!

*** you’ll only understand it if you speak or understand patois, sorry!

You have to watch this!

Funny Mom Rap

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wearethe15percent:

Yesterday, we mentioned that We Are the 15% wouldn’t exist had it not been for last year’s Cheerios ad. A few days ago, Cheerios asked if we’d be willing to participate in their Family Breakfast Project. We’d planned a family trip that weekend, and we thought it might be fun to have a film crew tag along. We figured it would be a great way to speak widely about the 15%, and hopefully reach more families who’d want to participate.

We enjoyed collaborating on the video, and we feel that the real spirit of our family came across. You’ll notice we’re not glitzy; we don’t have separate make-up trailers – we’re just who we are: Michael, Alyson & Alexandra (with Grammy & Pappy). Plus, who doesn’t like breakfast sandwiches that look like owls?

The video is currently viewable with text from us on cheerios.com and on the Cheerios YouTube channel.

Thanks to the digital team at Cheerios, Zeus Jones, Rikshaw Films, and a quick shout-out to Deb Murphy, Michael’s sister, who happened to knit all of the hats we’re wearing.

what i never
learned
from my mother
was that
just because someone desires you
does
not mean they value you.
desire is the kind of thing that
eats you
and
leaves you starving.
— The Color of Low Self Esteem (Nayyirah Waheed)

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postsfromthemrs:

huffingtonpost:

Latest Cheerios Commercial Features Same Mixed Race Family And Is Just As Heart Warming As The First One!

Cheerios used the same family again as in 2013:
http://huff.to/1aHvljL -  Cheerios Exec On Ad Featuring Mixed Race Couple: ‘We Were Reflecting An American Family’

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/55Mw

Well, this is adorable. 

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It’s been forever since

I’ve been on here. I have so much catching up to do. Y’all know how nosy I am so I’ll be going through the painstaking process of reading everyone’s blogs. I’ll also have to write a post telling y’all what I’ve been up to.

Here’s a snipit: In September I threw a bunch of stuff in the suitcase packed it and the hubby in the car and drove to San Fran to stay with my in-laws. We were there for almost 2 months.

Yeah, there’s a story. Will tell you guys more soon!

One of these days… turned 2 today!

One of these days… turned 2 today!