Celebrating

Celebrating the successes of others because everyone deserves their flowers while they can smell them!


CELEBRATION SPOTLIGHT: DANAE EDMONDS

Celebrating - Danae Edmonds

Today, we’re celebrating someone who is the epitome of perseverance, passion and creative genius, Danae Ayanna Edmonds!

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CELEBRATION SPOTLIGHT: YOU!

Celebrating You

LET ME GIVE YOU SOME LOVING!

We always seem to find it easy to acknowledge other’s successes, while completely ignoring how far we have come. It’s so easy to see the greatness in others, but rarely can we truly see the greatness in ourselves. However, no more. You deserve a celebration and that’s exactly what I’m going to give you.

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CELEBRATION SPOTLIGHT: IT’S MY WORKAVERSARY!

First Year of Full-Time Adulting

Today marks my first work-aversary! I can honestly say this monumental moment signifies more than me just growing professionally, but personally as well. So let’s just get into a few things I’ve learned this year of full-time adulting!

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CELEBRATION SPOTLIGHT: MITCHILENE WILLIAMSON

Celebrating - Mitchilene Williamson

Today is a day that I thank God for almost everyday. It is the day an angel was born. Her name is Mitchilene Williamson. She stands about five and a half feet tall and graces the world everyday with a pray and a smile. Some may know her as a friend, sister, aunt or spiritual advisor. If you know her because of me, you may know her as Nanny, the love of my life.

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CELEBRATION SPOTLIGHT: NANCEY PRICE

celebrating-nancey-price

ART Note: There were a lot of hard decisions I had to make when I started creating my blog, however picking my first feature for the ‘Celebration Spotlight’ was not one of them.

Today it is my pleasure to celebrate someone who I have the privilege to call a friend, confidant and inspiration, the incomparable Nancey Price.

Graduating from Mercer University, Nancey has created her own path with style and grace. She is currently on the journey of writing her first book in conjunction with having a full-time job and and attending graduate school.

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