“I’m the Captain Now” – Honoring Captain Sonia Pruitt

Today, May 2, 2019, I witnessed history in the making. So honored and grateful to share in the experience of seeing this amazing Goddess and my Howard University Marching Bison, Tau Beta Sigma soror, and dear friend of 35 years be promoted to CAPTAIN Sonia Pruitt of the Montgomery County, MD, Department of Police.

Captain Pruitt, is the First African American woman in the nearly 97 history of the Montgomery County, MD, Department of Police to be promoted to Captain.

As we know, serving as a police officer is no easy task. Tack on being a woman and being a Black woman and it takes on another challenging life of its own. Captain Pruitt with her call to duty has persevered and continues to not just exist, but thrive and dedicate herself to ensuring not only her but others operate with integrity when serving ALL of humanity. Captain’s speech as the keynote speaker at the promotion ceremony was FIYAH. It was spoken with the courage and passion to speak of all that needed to be said and hasn’t been said. You can see it here. https://youtu.be/6RPgdunh-DI

BRAVO SIS!!! Job well done. I’m excited to see what awaits you in this “new season”. ONWARD!!! #BeDoLove #IAmYourCaptainNow #WomenWhoColorOutsideOfTheLines #BisonPride #HowardUniversity

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Me and The Wammies

It’s about to be a high powered, high energy, and fun-filled weekend. Prior to last week I was on the steering committee planning to get in where I fit in. Now I’m a POC (Person of Color lol) and a moderator for the “Can You Hear Me Now? FM/AM vs. Satellite Radio” session. I’m soooo excited, grateful, and honored to be of service especially as I get to support Jeffery Tribble Jr. and Jessica Teachey and work along side many talented and super dope music curators.

The Wammie Awards is a 31-year-old music award show that recognizes and celebrates D.C. area artists and musicians for their artistic works. The MusicianShip acquired the rights to The Wammies which now includes an all-day music conference on Saturday at Decades nightclub in DuPont Circle. Which will include all day live performances, over 60 music industry moderators and panelists sharing over 12 hours of music education content! And, Sunday at the Lincoln Theatre is the award show with many of our talented local artists performing and receiving awards for various categories.

Online ticket sales end tonight. Tickets will be sold at the door. Visit https://www.wammiesdc.org to check out the many mind blowing events, artists, and industry professionals who are sure to entertain and educate. Please join us. #WammieWeekend #TheMusicianShip #2019WammieAwards

Support the Arts – “A Letter to My Ex”

Last week 🎶I fell in love with a giiirrrllll…🎶 and it was Be Steadwell and her dope ass musical “A Letter to My Ex.” Talk about taking you on a journey of love found, love lost, and the road to healing. But, this was no ordinary girl meets girl story. Well, it was of sorts. But it was soooo much more that I’m still unpacking from all its amazingness.

The thing in while this was about juicy, sensual, sexy, loving and heartbreak girl on girl action, the message was quite universal and could apply to all. The love letters being so thoughtful and honest. The “f*k you”. The I miss you. I hate you. I forgive you. I forgive myself…

The storyline was woven seamlessly with the kind of song and dance that makes you want to join in. Yes, there was heartbreak love songs (with amazing harmonizing I might add) that had me teary eyed. But, it would immediately follow with fun such as the navigating of corny friends who are in love while in a “woe is me” state. My spirit was moved with joy, hope, faith, and the magic of healing. Speaking of healing. At one point the musical took an unexpected turn diving into our Black girl experiences. This I loved because we can never hear enough of ones sharing and being vulnerable regarding the hurt and pain one may experience as a child and how it can affect us long after. It provides room for the deliverer to heal, but hopefully also for the person listening in. It also dived into what Black women truly have to navigate in this society. Something that our Caucasian sisterfriends (there were many in attendance) should hear to understand us and our story.

But, the moment that truly provided a full circle moment wasn’t during musical (but it was like if it was), was during the post show talk back. When Be’s ex who the musical was based on spoke of her awe and of being proud of Be’s creative masterpiece. It was just lovely and such closure. For me. Maybe the audience. And, perhaps Be. Maybe she needed that moment. Maybe not. Many long for a moment like that. Either way it was very special and heartwarming.

I’m a new fan, but of Be. Be, Thank you for being an open portal for this creative beauty of love. I hope to see you on Broadway. For real. For real. Yeah, it was just that good.

Check out Be and her music here: https://www.besteadwell.com

https://www.besteadwell.com/the-musical

Here’s a great nice article. https://www.washingtonpost.com/express/2019/02/14/this-dc-musician-was-heartbroken-after-breakup-so-she-made-musical-about-her-ex/

Check out my radio show interview with Be here: https://archive.wpfwfm.org/mp3/wpfw_190205_140000lmpab.mp3

#BeDoLove #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSoulFULLPurpose #JuicySweetSpot #WomenWhoColorOutsideTheLines #SupportTheArts #ExTheMusical #BeSteadwell

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Vaginas and ALL Vagina Lovers Unite – 🎶I Know You Heard Me on the Radio. TRRUUUUEEEE!!!🎶

Please tune into INSIDE OUT LGBT RADIO SHOW today, Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 2pm-3pm EST as we discuss the topic of “Advocating for and Honoring ALL Vaginas Through the Arts.” We will engage in the topic of the upcoming theatre performances of the “The Vagina Monologues East of the River” (Director, Kristal McLaughlin) and “A Letter to My Ex” (Writer & Director, Be Steadwell) and the importance of advocating for and empowering women through opportunities to embrace who they are and having a voice. I’m excited to have these two amazing artists and vagina warriors for what will be an engaging, informative and fun conversation.

There is a beautifully crafted movement of providing thoughtful, engaging, deeply moving, and out of the box theatre, art experiences to the DMV area by local Washingtonians. And, two of those experiences are coming to us during the month of February. “The Vagina Monologues” is based from Eve Ensler’s production that debuted off Broadway in 1996. And, “A Letter to My Ex” is an original piece. And, they both deserve our support and attendance. www.VDAYEOTR.splashthat.com. www.besteadwell.com/the-musical

 

Through Be’s and Kristal’s upcoming productions, we will discuss all things in the name of vaginas, love, and empowerment. Now before you check out or start moving uncomfortably in your chair at the sound of the word “vagina”, we invite you to engage with at least hearing us out and understanding the power and love in this one word.

 

This conversation is going to be more about honoring and being a champion for women in all walks of life and communities.

Tune in! Call in! Share your Voices!

Join the conversation at DC area’s WPFW 89.3FM or stream the show live anywhere at http://www.WPFWfm.org. You can tune in while at work, driving, working out, eating a late lunch… And, call in with questions and to share your thoughts at 202-588-0893.

Thank you for the love and support. Send us good vibes. Make it a safe and beautiful day and week. Be great. Be courageous. Be Bold. BeDoLove! Love! #WPFW #InsideOutRadio #BeDoLove #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSoulFULLPurpose #JuicySweetSpot #WomenWhoColorOutsideTheLines #SupportTheArts #VaginaMonologues #VaginaMonologuesEastOfTheRiver #SecureThePurse #ALetterToMyEx #BeSteadwell

Update: If you missed this amazing show filled with all kinds of vagina magic rhetoric or loved it here is the recorded link.

https://archive.wpfwfm.org/mp3/wpfw_190205_140000lmpab.mp3

Click the link and enjoy the show at home, your desk, while driving, preparing dinner… Come back and share your thoughts. Again, thank you for the love and support. See you next time.

PS: Please subscribe to our podcast to enjoy previously recorded shows. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wpfw-inside-out/id1157698311?mt=2

Also, like our Facebook page at “Inside Out LGBT Radio”. And, follow us on Twitter @InsideOutDC. Love!

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Happy Birthday Beloved Margo

I awoke yesterday and while hanging out with my dear Ardella I excitedly said aloud “Happy Birthday Margo”. 💜🥳💜 And, I awoke today with you still in the lovingly heavy rotation of my thoughts and heart. Actually, not unusual.

I miss you Margo my friend. Sometimes I still shed a tear from the feeling of loss of you not being here in the physical. However, the feeling of love and gratitude for YOU and who and what YOU represented then and still now to this day out shines. Your smile. Your zest for life. Your intelligence. Your divine presence and essence. Your legacy of the beautiful and amazing Julian and Gabby. Your beauty. Your compassion. Your grace. Your grace. Your grace. Your grace.

I miss yet still hear the way you could articulate any and everything in that Margo style of voice, whether dropping knowledge about a particular subject, joking and laughing to include about big head cats 😉, dancing and singing and dancing and singing, sharing your experiences, or the gift of being firm yet calming me in the midst of one of my emotional storms. Whatever it was my experience of you had me feeling abundantly loved, nurtured, and blessed to have YOU.IN my life and spirit.

It’s the day after your birthday, but never too late to give thanks for you. I thank you for it ALL! And, the beat hasn’t stopped. I know and am clear you live on and love on me in spirit, especially from time to time when you visit me in my dreams or when I still hear your voice or feel your comforting presence during my emotional storms or joyous bliss. It’s a beautiful and magical thing. I honor you and thank you my friend. Please continue to love up on me. Please continue to nudge and guide me. Please continue to visit me. Please continue to be mine and others Gangsta Angel! Happy Birthday My Love! Cheers with a drinky to and for you! Oh, and give Ron a hug for me. Please and thank YOU! Margo LIVES!!! 💜💜💜 Love! Peace and Blessings! Bison Love! Ase.

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MLK’s Motivating Message of “What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?”

October 30, 2015, Pop was visiting me and requested to visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial in DC. It was my first time visiting this moving and wonderfully crafted memorial. It was also nice to see Pop engaged and also moved as we walked and stood before the tall and bold statue and read the many profound and timely quotes. Please attend this riveting memorial if you haven’t already. It’s wonderful for the young and wise to visit, take in, and be inspired.

As we acknowledge and celebrate Dr. King’s life, legacy and birthday today, with tremendous gratitude for all he was and continues to be, I wanted to share one of many of his motivating and inspiring speeches. Six months before he was assassinated, Dr. King spoke to a group of students at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967. It was 30 years ago, almost to the day that Pop and I visited the memorial. I encourage you to read the transcript below and/or see the video here. You can never hear too much of Dr. King’s mesmerizing and captivating voice and presence and his methodical delivery.  Read full speech below. And, listen here https://youtu.be/ZmtOGXreTOU.

This speech speaks of the importance of having self-worth, discovering and living your purpose, keeping your dreams to the forefront of living a purposeful life, perseverance, giving it your all to make it your best, and doing it all while moving and moving and moving with integrity and love. Keep on moving lovelies. There should be no shame in your game. Whatever is for YOU is for YOU! Speak power to it. Find joy in it. Live it. Breath it. Love it. Peace. Namaste. Oh, and Happy Birthday Dr. King! #BeDoLove #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSOULfullPurpose #HealingEqualsFreedom

What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?

I want to ask you a question, and that is: What is in your life’s blueprint?

This is the most important and crucial period of your lives, for what you do now and what you decide now, at this age may well determine which way your life shall go.

Whenever a building is constructed, you usually have an architect who draws a blueprint, and that blueprint serves as the pattern, as the guide, as the model for those who are to build the building. And, building is not well erected without a good, solid blueprint.

Now each of you is in the process of building the structure of your lives, and the question is whether you have a proper, a solid and a sound blueprint.

And, I want to suggest some of the things that should be in your life’s blueprint. Number one in your life’s blueprint, should be a deep belief in your own dignity, your own worth and your own somebodiness. Don’t allow anybody to make you feel that you are nobody. Always feel that you count. Always feel that you have worth, and always feel that your life has ultimate significance.

Now that means that you should not be ashamed of your color. You know it’s very unfortunate that it I’m so many instances, our society has placed a stigma on the Negros color. You know that some Negros who are ashamed of themselves. But, don’t be ashamed of your color. Don’t be ashamed of your biological features. Somehow you must be able to say in your own lives and really believe it, I am black but beautiful. And, believe it… And, therefore you need not be lured into purchasing cosmetics advertised to make you lighter. Neither do you need to process your hair to make it appear straight. I have good hair and it’s as good as anybody else’s hair in the world. And, we gotta believe that.

Now in your life’s blueprint be sure that you have that of a principle of somebodiness.
Secondly, in your life’s blueprint you must have as a basic principle the determination to achieve excellence in your various fields of endeavor. You’re going to be deciding as the days, as the years unfold what you will do in life — what your life’s work will be. And, once you discover what is will be, set out to do it and to do it well.

And I say to you, my young friends, that doors are opening to each of you. Doors of opportunities opening to each of you that were not open to your mothers and to your fathers. And, the great challenge facing you is to be ready to enter these doors as they open.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, the great essayist, said in a lecture back in 1871, that “If a man can write a better book or preach a better sermon or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor, even if he builds his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door.”

That hasn’t always been true — but it will become increasingly true, and so I would urge you to study hard, to burn the midnight oil; I would say to you, don’t drop out of school. And, I understand all the sociological reasons why we often drop out of school. But, I urge you in spite of your economic plight, in spite of the situation that you’re forced to live so often with intolerable conditions — stay in school.

And when you discover what you are gonna be in life, set out to do it as if God Almighty called you at this particular moment in history to do it. And, don’t just set out to do a good Negro job. But, do a good job that anybody could do. Don’t set out to just be a good Negro doctor or a good Negro lawyer, or a good Negro school teacher, a good Negro preacher. A good Negro barber or beautician. A good Negro skilled laborer. For if you set out to do that you have already flunked your matriculation exam for entrance into the university of integration. Set out to do a good job and do that job so well that the living, the dead or the unborn couldn’t do it any better.

If it falls your lot to be a street sweeper, sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures, sweep streets like Beethoven composed music, sweep streets like Leontyne Price sings before the Metropolitan Opera. Sweep streets like Shakespeare wrote poetry. Sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will have to pause and say: Here lived a great street sweeper who swept his job well. If you can’t be a pine on the top of the hill, be a shrub in the valley. But be the best little shrub on the side of the hill.

Be a bush if you can’t be a tree. If you can’t be a highway, just be a trail. If you can’t be the sun, be a star. For it isn’t by size that you win or fail. Be the best of whatever you are.

We already have some noble examples of Black men and Black women who demonstrated to us that human nature cannot be cataloged. They in their own lives have walked through long and desolate nights of oppression that yet they’ve risen up and plunged against cloud filled night of affliction. New and blazing stars of inspiration. And so from and old slave cabin of Virginia’s hills Booker T. Washington rose up of to be one of America’s great leaders. He lit a torch in Alabama and darkness fled in that setting. Yes, you should know this because it’s, in your own city. From a poverty stricken area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marian Anderson rose up to be the world’s greatest contralto so that a Tuscaniny can say that a voice like this comes only once in a century. And, Sibelius of Finland could say my roof is too low for such a voice. From the red hills of Gordon County, Georgia from the arms of a mother who could neither read nor write, Roland Hayes rose up to be one of the world’s great singers and carried his melodious voice into the palaces and mansions of kings and queens. From crippling circumstances there came a George Washington Carver to carve for himself an imperishable niche in the annals of science. There was a star in the diplomatic sky. And, then came Ralph Bunche, a grandson of a slave preacher. And, he reached up and grabbed it and allowed it to shine in his life with all of the scintillating beauty. There was a star in the athletic sky. Then came Jackie Robinson in his day and Willie Mayes in his day with their powerful bats and their calm spirits. Then came Jesse Owens with his fleeting dashing feet. Then came Joe Louis and Muhammed Ali with their educated fists. All of them came to tell us that we can be somebody. And, to justify the conviction of the port fleecing locks and black complexion cannot forfeit natures’ claim. Skin may differ, but affection dwells in black and white the same. And, if I were so tall as to reach the pole the grasp the ocean at a span I must be measured by my soul. The mind is a standard of the man.

Finally, in your life’s blueprint, must be a commitment to the eternal principles of beauty, love, and justice. Don’t allow anybody to pull you so low as to make you hate them. Don’t allow anybody to cause you to lose your self-respect to the point that you do not struggle for justice.

However young you are, you have a responsibility to seek to make your nation a better nation in which to live. You have a responsibility to seek to make life better for everybody. And, so you must be involved in the struggle for freedom and justice.

Now in this struggle for freedom and justice, there are many constructive things that we all can do. And, that we all must do. And, we must not give ourselves to those things which will not solve our problems.

You’ve heard the word nonviolent and you’ve heard the word violent. I happen to believe in nonviolence. We’ve struggled with this method with young people and adults alike. All over the south and we have won some significant victories. And, we gotta struggle with it all over the north. Because the problems are as serious in the north as they are in the south. But, I believe as we struggle with these problems we gotta struggle with them with a method that can be militant, but at the same time does not destroy life or property. And, so our slogan must not be burn baby burn, it must be build baby build. Organize baby organize. Yes, our slogan must be learn baby learn so that we can earn baby earn. And, with a powerful commitment I believe that we can transform dark days of injustice in to bright days of justice and humanity.

Let us keep going toward the goal of selfhood. Toward the realization of the dream of brotherhood. And, toward the realization of the dream of understanding, goodwill. Let nobody stop us.

I close by quoting once more the man that the young lady quoted. That magnificent black bar who has now passed on, Langston Hughes. One day he wrote a poem entitled “Mother to Son”. The mother didn’t always have her grammar right, but she uttered words of great symbolic profundity. Well, son I’ll tell you life for me ain’t been no crystal stair. It’s had tacks in it. Boards torn up. Places with no carpet on the floor, bare. But, alls the time I’s been a climbing on and reaching landings and turning corners and sometimes going into dark where there ain’t been no light. So boy, don’t you stop now. Don’t you sit down on the steps cause you finds it’s kind of hard. But I’s still going on boy. I’s still climbing. And, life for me ain’t been no crystal stair.

Well, life, for none of us, has been a crystal stair, but we must keep moving, we must keep going.

If you can’t fly, run. If you can’t run, walk. If you can’t walk, crawl, but by all means, keep moving.

—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., What Is Your Life’s Blueprint? – Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967

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Wine and Twirl – Come Out To Daylight, Friday, 1/18

Wine and Twirl – A Perfect Combination 🍷💃🏾🕺🏾

Join me this Friday, January 18 for a night of sipping and twirling as Daylight hosts it’s first Winter Wine Fest at the City Winery DC. To include 16 Capricorn birthday celebrations and counting.

From 8pm-2am, for ONLY the Daylight party (no wine flight), entry is $10 for my tribe who mention BeDoLove as a secret password. Yours truly will also be a vendor selling Bedolove apparel. Would love your support and to see you up in the place. Big Tone is Daylight’s charming and hype host and DJ Divine will have you moving to ole school classics of R&B, Hip Hop, and Soulful House. Full-bar and dining available.

Previous Daylight Party Twirl

The Winter Wine Fest is from 8pm-10pm and includes a tasting flight of four different wines. Wine flight and general admission to the Daylight party is $20 and must be bought on Eventbrite. Only online purchases for wine flight experience.

DAYLIGHTWINTERWINEFEST.EVENTBRITE.COM

We hope to see you then. Come let your hair down. Remove the weather and furlough blues. Love! #BeDoLove #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSOULfullPurpose #CelebrateFriendshipAndLife #YourTribeMatters #MusicIsTheHealingForceOfTheWorld

The Daylight Winter Wine Fest will also feature The L.is.a. Luxury Collection. L.is.a.Luxury Collection offers premier stemware and table décor for those with discriminating taste. Most of the pieces are handcrafted and one-of-a-kind. Even pieces that are in a set, are distinct in character. All of the pieces, however, are exquisite and specifically selected with luxury, elegance and effortless entertaining in mind.

https://www.lisaluxurycollection.com

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This Weekend Will be on FIYAH! Join Us for a Juicy Experience!

Looking for something interesting and exciting to do this weekend? And, a way to engage and get you moving into the new year in a meaningful and purposeful way all while having FUN? Well, please join us this weekend for the “Juicy Live Experience & Book Launch”. This is being lovingly brought to by the RevCoach La Tonia Taylor. The priestess of pleasure, passion, and purpose. RevCoach is also the creator of Rebirth International, The Juicy Womanhood Rites of Passage (In 2018 I had the pleasure of taking part in this amazing process and am an official “Juicy Butterfly”), and a Coaching Consultant on Iyanla Vanzant’s “Fix My Life” (check out her produced show this coming Saturday).

This Saturday, January 12 from 1pm-4pm at the Silver Spring Civic Building, come out to EXPERIENCE a shift in your Matters of The Heart and learn more on Purpose, Pleasure, and Passion from Special Guests; including a LIVE Relationship Panel (to include yours truly 😍).

Center Stage and HOT OFF THE PRESS will be the book release of the RevCoaches “My Juicy ReBirth: A Journey of Healing Through Pleasure & Sacred Process”. You can order at www.LaToniaTaylor.com.

Plus, they’ll be speed dating (advanced sign up), food, music, awards, and special surprises. Trust, you don’t want to miss this inaugural celebration.

Please visit the link for more details and to purchase tickets NOW. Preferred advance sales. No cash at door. Free parking in garage. https://www.facebook.com/events/1846046045442006/?ti=icl or http://juicylive.eventbrite.com

We hope to see you then. Chow! #BeDoLove #WomenWhoColorOutsideTheLines #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSOULfullPurpose #CelebrateFriendshipAndLife #YourTribeMatters #HealingEqualsFreedom


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“Quincy” 🎶That’s the dude…🎶 – Passion & Purpose

I had been eagerly awaiting the Quincy Jones documentary “Quincy” to release on Netflix. That Quincy Jones is a beautiful and incredible man. An absolute musical genius. His spirit has and continues to touch so much and so many. Suave. Sexy. Charming. Humorous. Talented. Creative. Magical. Trailblazer. Musical Genre Transcending. Intelligent. Friend and mentor to many. Family man. Collaborator. HUMAN! You could feel the essence of a man in him sprinkled with a nice dose of grace, sensitivity, and compassion. But, man did he have nine lives as he went through some ISH!!!

A bruised heart, yet pure heart. Because, the interesting thing is that even in his 80s, he’s still dealing with his mother and father issues. Very much like many of us. He however has seemingly always been in tune to the issues and seeking ways to heal from them.

The moment in the documentary that really touched me was the rehearsal for The Museum (because in my opinion you don’t have to say the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture) opening and Chloe x Halle were rehearsing. The gratitude and humbleness they displayed and how Quincy cheered them on was so beautiful, particularly in bridging the age gap. Such a pure heart. Always an inspiration with providing opportunities for many to shine and live out their desires and dreams, while living out his SoulFULL Purpose. Living, evolving and rebirthing from a place of divine creativity and expression. Ways of being we can all aspire to BE, because we ALL have that “THING!” Our/Your abundantly blessed SoulFULL Purpose.

“Quincy” is A MUST watch as it’s not just about the musical genius and all the accolades, but also about his humanness as a loving being. Enjoy! Live! Love! Create!

G.O.A.T. – Quincy touched so much. So many ah ha moments here.

-Over 2,900 Songs Recorded

-Over 300 Albums Recorded

-51 Film and Television Scores (DANG! This struck me the most.)

-Over 1,000 Original Compositions

-79 Grammy Nominations

-27 Grammy Awards

-I of 18 E.G.O.T Winners (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony)

-“Thriller” The Best Selling Album of All Time

-“We Are The World” The Best-Selling Single Of All Time

-“Quincy” trailer – https://youtu.be/WT7gn6nhsAc

-10 Things We Learned From New Quincy Jones Doc – https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/quincy-10-things-learned-quincy-jones-doc-726372/

-http://www.quincyjones.com

-https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quincy_Jones

#BeDoLove #SupportTheArts #FindYourZen #BirthAndLiveYourSOULfullPurpose #GOAT #QuincyJones

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Delighting in the Chills of Bea-U-ty

Good Day! I love and am grateful for opportunities to experience and capture beautiful sunrises and sunsets. They are the bookends of the hope and faith of what’s to come at the dawning of a new day and for giving thanks for what was as night sets in. They’re my zen. My calm. My sweet spots. Embracing and giving God the “Glory”, “Glory” for chills and beautiful wonders this glorious Sunday morning. 🎶Rise and shine and give God the glory, glory…🎶 PS: 11:11:11. November and Sag baby. The awakening. The transformation. The transmutation. #BeDoLove #FindYourZen #RebirthSunday #SuperSoulSunday #SunriseSunsets

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