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Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Floyd Mayweather ... Witnessed Murder-Suicide on FaceTime

Floyd Mayweather ... Witnessed Murder-Suicide on FaceTime

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P. Diddy 'kicks the s--- out of' Drake at Miami Beach club: sources

P. Diddy 'kicks the s--- out of' Drake at Miami Beach club: sources

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015 celebrations - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

Anyone planning to attend 2015 Carnival festivities should call ahead before making travel plans.

Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015celebrations CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

 "As the agency charged with the responsibility of presenting and managing Carnival activities held under the aegis of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, we have taken an active role and will work alongside our partners to spare no effort in ensuring that Ebola does not reach our shores or that if it does, it is contained.

The NCC wishes to reassure the public that we are working closely with all our stakeholders and will provide timely updates as it relates to the preparation of Carnival 2015.

Should you require additional information, please feel free to contact me at or 622-4800 or Mr. Kevon Gervais, Manager, Corporate Communications at or 622-1670 ext. 409."

—According to a press release on the Trinidad Carnival Commission

Ban on West African nationals coming to Caribbean Islands. Do you agree? - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

Ban on West African nationals coming to Caribbean Islands. Do you agree? - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes (Sign up. It's worth it.)

"St. Vincent and the Grenadines has placed a ban on nationals from Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Guinea, entering the island, as Caribbean countries continue to put in place measures to deal with a possible outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the region. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said that the measure was taken given the lack of infrastructure on the island to deal with the Ebola virus for which there is no known cure."
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"Melting pot: At University College London, advice has been circulated telling students to call emergency services if they develop headache, diarrhea or vomiting within three weeks of arriving back in Britain." Read more:

"Fears: The Postgraduate Statistics Centre at Lancaster University, where cleaners have

been warned to watch out for body fluids when cleaning the bathrooms in halls of residence housing West African students." Read more:

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

You ain't got the answers: Kanye West talks fashion struggles, who is the no. 1 rapper on Sway in the Morning radio show

Kanye West gets real with Sway in the morning  I GET KANYE BUT WE AIN'T GOT THE ANSWERS. I understand what he is saying and he is correct. However, he has to pray as a Christian, to find his way. Sway is telling him to do things from scratch and Kanye is saying he shouldn't have to come up the rough side of the mountain at his current level and status. What he should do is collaborate and form a collective of people in his peer group, and go from there. However, this action will take enormous levels of cooperation within the collaboration. He has to create his own platform to control the means of production in his fashion arena. And then he should write songs about his struggles. People need to catch this, what he is saying, because we all face these barriers as we expand and make and achieve our highest goals.
Kanye West is a genius.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Chi town steppin' courtesy of Jay Word-Play Williams (thanks)

Monday, October 07, 2013

Seniors need the right activities, Geriatric Activities Should be Appropriate to Ability

Leisure time activities for the elderly blind take research and planning. A changing social order and longer life expectancy call for planned and sustained activity schedules that meet the needs of elderly blind citizens. Therapy can assist the blind elderly in staying both active and safe in the Washington, D.C. area.                                                                        
Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center, located in downtown Washington DC, offers art therapy for the elderly blind. As far back as the late seventies, art therapy has been used to exercise the mind and bolster self-esteem of elderly individuals, writes Jean Ellen Jones in an article entitled, "Art and the Elderly: An Annotated Bibliography of Research and Planning."

Some may feel as if art therapy isn't appropriate for the blind elderly citizen but sensory stimulation and enhancing existing skills is essential, according to Art Beyond Sight, a non-profit organization. 

Regional Senior Development Centers

The staff at Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center, appear to agree. They say art therapy is offered for blind elderly patients because it is an alternative path of expression.
"Art therapy helps participants tap into their abilities and strengths at a time in their lives when they are often reminded of losses and deficits," they write.

Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center
926 11th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-347-7527
Fax: 202-347-6983
Music Therapy
Sunrise Senior Living offers music therapy at two locations in the form of sing-a-longs, dancing, name that tune and live entertainment. The Sunrise Senior Living staff feel as if music is a "familiar and universal language... nurtures the spirit and reminds...(the residents)" of better days.

The American Music Therapy Association web site says when music is used in a way that accomplishes a goal of therapy, it is then considered music therapy. It helps with "memory loss, general wellness, stress, pain management, communication, expression of feelings and helps with physical rehabilitation."
It is especially good for the elderly blind geriatric citizens.

Sunrise Senior Living
5901 MacArthur Boulevard, NW
Washington, DC 20016
United States
tel: 202-729-9979
fax: 202-895-2928


5111 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, DC 20008
United States
Phone: 202-966-8020
FAX: 202-966-8044
Physical Therapy
Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home located in Washington D.C. offers physical therapy. They involve staff, residents and family in a "team" approach to geriatric activities for the blind elderly. Outings as physical therapy are available too. Stoddard's summer schedule in Washington, D.C. includes trips to flea markets and area churches. The sounds, smells and feel experienced on an outing are used in therapy. Additionally, an exercise group is a regular feature at Stoddard.

"Falling is a common and serious problem for the elderly," writes physical therapist John R. Mishock, DC, MPT, in a November 2009 Mercury newspaper article,
"Physical Therapy for Fall Prevention in the Elderly."

Using a the Stoddard physical therapy staff to assess fall risk or to help heal from a fall is a good activity in which to engage the blind elderly.

Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home
1818 Newton St.
Washington, DC 20010

Sunday, March 03, 2013

#RHOA Ms NeNe Leaks is NOT Playing!

 Kendra looked through NeNe's window and exclaimed something to the effect that she liked what Ne Ne did with the table Kendra gave her. Ne Ne replied:

This all started when Ms. NeNe did not let the ladies in her home for the scheduled 9 p.m. catered meal since they were three hours late. She had friends over for them to meet and everything. No, they did not call. They showed up at midnight and Greg gave them an antipasto platter and Ne Ne sent them on their way.

The next day the girls got up early, led by Kenya, to be on time for the day's events.  They attended an acting class. A part of an improv exercise was to hurl complements at each other. Didn't quite go right. Kenya had her abs out. (Phaedra was hatin' but she mite be preggers)

While dining, the subject of booty vids, Kendra's ex and Kim ZB stealing Kandi's baby name of Cash came up for discussion. This is what Kim ZB said:

 (ooh. harsh and unexpected.)


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Ok. Why is this the game? No snatching bald please. matching weave games? Please. haha

Oh My! Files:
Sheree files restraining orders.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Look what a c-word a-hole AT THE ONION wrote about a 9 YEAR OLD GIRL

What type of fool says this about a child? No one liked the tweet who had sense but it was fav'd and retweeted. Why?

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Superstorm Sandy slows down television production

Don't Sleep Hosted by TJ Holmes on BET is showing past episodes. Good, we can catch up.
In the meanwhile, enjoy this little btc promo of the show and TJ Holmes.

Monday, August 27, 2012

LOVE AND ATL HIP HOP REUNION: STEVIE J RAKING' THE $$$$$$! (see the show clips here)








Thursday, August 09, 2012

TJ Holmes': "Don't Sleep" new late-night talk show premiers on BET Oct 1 @ 10 CST / 11 EST

Promoting his new show, former CNN anchor, T.J. Holmes appeared recently (@ the 1:00 minute mark) on 106 & Park : TJ Holmes on Racial Profiling. His new show, "Don't Sleep," premiers on BET October 1, 2012 10 pm Central/ 11 pm EST.
I have been waiting the longest of times for this man's show. Thank You BET.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Ab Fab is On!

On BBC America "Olympics" is the name of the skit. I love this show. I love these women! Dahhhhhling. Go dahhhhling, make phone calls...tighten up a bit--swinging saloon doors...Whoooooooo.
I love this series. These ladies have kept me laughing throughout the years. God Bless them!
Folds of old skin! Shortage House? It's so British! Incontinence when you sneeze? Wet!
Menopause symptoms? "We have all these Michael Douglass invites and I'm going to use them!"
It is my quiet goal to live in London. I want to see how it is--how they get on and all. I may be my destiny.

Omg why Eds got to be fallin' down and going out the wrong doors? anyway Ab Fab is a testament to what happens to party girls after the age of 35. Okay 45. But at 50 there is a no go. Okay 60 is definitely the cut off age for women in any club anywhere. By that age, they should own the club. Right? (Another goal.)

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Nasty Jackson Family Feud Grows

Looking at published reports, it seems as if Katherine Jackson needed to get some rest, as it was reported she had a stroke (but that fact was later denied.) Randy Jackson called into Al Sharpton's MSNBC show Tuesday to explain the situation and why Paris Jackson keeps tweeting about not knowing where her grandmother, Katherine, is located. Randy said she is with eldest daughter Rebe (Centipede) and her family in Arizona.

Paris Jackson's Twitter Account
Michael Jackson's children are allegedly annoying the rest of the family because they are interfering in Jackson family business by tweeting private concerns and in general being accessible to the wrong type of people. Katherine's kids want her to stay in Arizona with her eldest daughter Rebbie and say they had been planning to do that for a while but MJ's kids are crying for their grandma--who has been caring for them since their father died. A court appointed guardian is being assigned to Paris and her brothers. Tito's son also offered to care for the famous siblings.
Also, today it was announced Sherman Hemsley died at the age of 74.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Why Whitney the Songbird Died

I'm watching Dr. Drew and he has the woman who the late Whitney Houston was fighting at a club. She was on the X-Factor and may have had a romantic relationship with Ray-J. When Ray-J brought the woman around Whitney, they got into it, according to Dr. Drew's show. That is why blood was visible on Whitney's leg in photos as she was leaving the club. We can piece together what happened from there.

The one point made I agree with is that no one really says anything when we know a person is in trouble. Maybe it is because there is a whole lot of talking and not a lot of listening or maybe because everybody else is high and wrapped in their own problems as well. Selfishness and narcissism leads to substance abuse. Believe me, I know.

Whitney's voice was a gift from God. Her fans accepted her as she was and we are sad she is gone. No judgements here.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Indiana’s Mitch Daniels Dishes in Newest Book

According to an AP story in the Post-Tribune, Indiana governor Mitch Daniels indicates many other pols have really sad and self-serving reasons to pen memories but he does not.

He discussed his book, “Keeping the Republic“ on C-Span’s Washington Journal in August.

“Despite a long involvement with public life, I have read very few books by public officials, past or present…judging by the ones I have read, many are written to justify the authors’ actions or, worse, to settle personal scores. Others aim to embellish the authors’ role or proximity to major events, and still others are thinly veiled exercises in self-advertisement,” Daniels writes.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Songwriter Nick Ashford dies; had throat cancer - Yahoo! News

Songwriter Nick Ashford dies; had throat cancer - Yahoo! News: - Sent using Google Toolbar

Rest in Peace Nick Ashford and may his lovely family find peace as well. Ashford & Simpson is still in my Mp3 player and always will be because, "It Seems to Hang On..."

My Demands Studios Body of Work:How Did Deregulation Affect Broadcast Media? |

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I have decided to highlight my Demand Studios "body of work." As any literate being can see, if my name is on it, I stand by it so it must be good. #pro

Friday, August 19, 2011

Sunday, July 17, 2011

UNREPORTED : Feature Film by Jason (Six-Nine) Barnes deemed "shocking" for rape theme-- IndieGoGo

UNREPORTED : Feature Film -- IndieGoGo: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Check out the trailer Unreported, a shocking new film by indi film producer, Jason E. Barnes. Go to the links below to find out about Justin Lake's terrible secrets.

Filmmaker, producer and Washington, D.C. native, Jason E. Barnes is sizzling hot. His newest film, "Unreported," has a twist: male rape.

The film is in pre-production and Barnes is seeking to raise funds for the project.

When asked, Barnes said he chose the subject matter of the film because it happens more frequently that anyone will admit.

"This film delves into the after effects of the attack and really shows the breakdown that men feel when their manhood is threatened. Thousands of men are raped every year and very few (less than 5%) ever report it because they are fearful of being thought gay, less of a man, weak, etcetera but it still happens. More and more, men are targeted for just that reason," Barnes said.

Pressed further, films like "Deliverance," "Pulp Fiction" and "Brokeback Mountain," come to mind as they involve male rape or sodomy themes and scenes. Barnes insists his film is different.

"(With) Pulp fiction--it was only a small portion of the film. Brokeback Mountain was more of a gay love story."Unreported" is tapping into a topic that people will feel on a visceral level. No one up until now had made a script to explore this area of our lives. People will want to see it and it will get them communicating more," Barnes said. No word on whether or not the R-rated film will contain a male rape scene.

Barnes, who has been living in Los Angeles for a while, said the film tracks the psychological and physical breakdown of lead character, Justin Lake as his life is torn apart by the bad decisions he makes in the aftermath of his brutal attack--in an attempt to hide it.

Barnes said his will be the first feature film that deals realistically with the devastating impact of male rape outside of a prison setting.

--Leslie Jones McCloud

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This is club life. This is your life on club, in the club, whatever. Don't ask how I know.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Northwestern Students To Hold Cage Movie Marathon - Yahoo! News

Northwestern Students To Hold Cage Movie Marathon - Yahoo! News
If you have not seen the new film by Nicolas Cage, "Drive Angry," make a point to go see it because it is a good Nic film.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Monday, January 31, 2011

2011 State of the Union Address Aimed at the American People

Speech Highlights Pres. Obama as Common Sense Leader and Unifier

"The idea of America endures. Our destiny remains our choice..." 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, during his 2011 State of the Union Address

The 2011 State of the Union speech addresses rough economic times from the standpoint of everyday Americans. Pres. Obama stresses planning for the future of America, tackling the debt and using our freedoms responsibly.

In spite of strong phrases and talking points from either side of the process, President Obama, in his 2011 State of the Union address, explained that vigorous debate is a part of our American democratic process. It is normal and healthy and shows that our process is working. He explained that change is coming in the country and the American people have to be a part of new jobs and industry taking root in our country.

As president, Obama is exposed to information in which the public is unaware. The fact that business and industry may take root in other countries is not new. The president has been saying that all along but have we been listening? When anyone repeats information over and over to the public, it is because it is crucial the idea becomes rooted in the brain of the American people. The point: times have changed, please change with it. Evolve, people.

"At stake is whether new jobs and industries take root in this country, or somewhere else... to win the future, we'll need to take on challenges that have been decades in the making...the rules have changed. In a single generation, revolutions in technology have transformed the way we live, work and do business. Nations like China and India realized that with some changes of their own, they could compete in this new world. And so they started educating their children earlier and longer, with greater emphasis on math and science. They're investing in research and new technologies," the president said during his speech.

This is the president as Chief Economic Officer-in-chief and he is telling the employees/the American people that we need to improve our skills, education and knowledge base and our hiring process for new employees and we need to close more deals. In other words, "always be closing"--in everything we do. And the president is serious. He has repeated this mantra countless times and we will hear it again and again until we begin to change. Schools have to change the way they educate students. School curriculum has to be refined to reflect the needs of the future. Parents have to change for the better, child rearing practices.

We have to re-prioritize our needs. Most of this change will be slightly uncomfortable and will require a spirit of cooperation on local levels where we will find ourselves talking to each other again, communicating ideas and debating which way to go.

There will be frictions and hurt feelings and bruised egos but this is the process a freed man and woman growing and changing in a modern America must engage. We cling to our democratic process and our freedoms but with those freedoms comes a cost--temporary personal discomfort. Our forefathers spilled their blood for those freedoms, so how much more of the burden of freedom should we, the beneficiaries of the fight, bare? All of it because we live free today.

And truth be told, we all hate that feeling. We are out of our comfort zones and we have to speak civilly to each other and we may complain bitterly all along the way but we know it has to get done as this is our American Way. We must even take up the slack from those who refuse to cooperate as they are selfish and ignorant.

This country is up against countries that do not have vigorous debate--they tell the people what they are doing after they start doing it. They don't ask permission as they are not democracies and the people do not have freedom. America is the sharpening stone, the measuring stick in which world leaders use to show their progress. As they gain, they say in effect, their form of government is better than our democratic nation. This is the foreign attitude the president combats everyday. What they don't say is how the people hurt as individuals because they do not live in a democracy. However, we do and must prove our system of government is best by keeping up.

This process, as the president has said many times, is not Democrat or Republican or Independent or Green. It is American, red, white and blue. Those stripes are wide and those stars are big and blue is everywhere. We all fit in it. We are fashioned in a circle and it is time to take up the yoke of our forefathers and fight for our existence in this modern, changing world. The fight is with ourselves and within ourselves and not with each other. We are angry because the road will be tough and we have grown soft--some of us.

"Many people watching tonight can probably remember a time when finding a good job meant showing up at a nearby factory or a business downtown. You didn't always need a degree, and your competition was pretty much limited to your neighbors. If you worked hard, chances are you'd have a job for life, with a decent paycheck, good benefits, and the occasional promotion. Maybe you'd even have the pride of seeing your kids work at the same company. That world has changed. And for many, the change has been painful," the president said during his speech.

However, Americans don't back down from a challenge. We still have the largest and most prosperous economy in the world--$14.6 trillion compared to the Chinese $5.7 trillion Gross Domestic Product.

We will win the future, he said, by investing in biomedical research, information technology and clean energy technology. Common sense moves. Our funding will go to scientists and engineers to solve problems. We will embrace electric vehicles and eliminate taxpayer support of big oil companies. By 2035, wind, solar, nuclear and natural gas energy technologies will power our economy and we need to be prepared educationally.

President Obama, as King Solomon the wise leader of Biblical times, asked us to turn away from our present adolescent, hedonistic ways and grow up.

"Tonight, let's agree to make the effort," he said.

The president said investing in infrastructure improvements like roads and bridges will put Americans back to work but Congress has to work together and approve legislation introduced to them that will make this happen. This is what "bipartisan effort" means. Building high speed rail and Internet will aid the economy. Technology companies that depend on fast moving information understand that we are running out of bandwidth.

This can have a detrimental impact on the American economy but those still living in the Industrial Age don't quite get it because high speed rail and the Internet may not be a big part of their lives--or so they think. If everyone around you uses it to help you with health care, the way you get paid, learn, train and many other ways, is it less important because the individual who knows very little about it doesn't understand?

In other words, there are people who do not share the same priorities as the president who are standing in the way of progress because they do not and won't gain understanding. They want to cling to the past and fail to meet future challenges and then find some scapegoat to blame.

The president also said lowering the corporate tax rate will spur business creation and growth without adding to the deficit. Cutting tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans, doubling exports and enforcing trade agreements will also aid economic growth. However, "bipartisan support" is needed from our legislators.

A spending freeze on annual domestic spending, removing unnecessary business regulations while upholding consumer safeguards and tackling the National Debt will cement the American economic future success.

The president also said America can't win the future with a government of the past, asking for a cut of outdated agencies and bureaucracy.

Improving student curriculum and education will prepare the country for future success.

A domestic spending freeze will help cut the National Debt.

President Barack Obama uses common sense leadership stratagies to illustrate America's future.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Atlanta Housewives Season Finale: Charges of Financial Abuse against Peter by mom of Cynthia, sister

The show opens with Lawrence performing "Closet Freak," a song Kandi wrote for him. The performance was good. Ne Ne started out talking about not having anything to do with Kim. All of the ladies were fierce at the show. (There was an unidentified lady in the audience that had half-blonde and half-black bob--that was cute.)
All the drama was quietly at Cynthia's house. She is short on money and the bridesmaid dresses ain't even thought of since the bride's dress comes first. Cynthia said she doesn't do broke well. It's two days before the wedding.
Then her sister put it out there: How is Peter contributing to the relationship? Cynthia can still work. Peter says he is born to be a restaurant. (since closing the restaurant)
She asked her dad to help her out financially with the wedding. He said he can't swing it.
Phaedra's baby Aden is sooooo cute with the fattest, sweetest cheeks. Momma is going back to work after an eight-week maternity leave and she cried. It's tough leaving baby for work. Every mom knows that.
Kim is so thin. Kandi announces she is touring with Fantasia. She addressed the issue of Kim once again, going around Kandi on the money tip over one of the songs she wrote and details of their business relationship.
They decided to let Kandi's manager and Kim's attorney handle the business end so that they could remain cool. Kandi said distribution for "The Ring Didn't Mean A Thing," will not happen if the details aren't worked out because as it stands, Kandi and her people own the rights to the song.
Whoo. Good girl Kandi--handle it!
Sheree is auditioning for a film, "If These Hips Could Talk."
Sheree is learning to take direction well. Terri Vaughn was on the panel. (secretary on Steve Harvey Show) She seemed to express frustration. Sheree was supposed to portray an angry black woman. She seemed to deliver that. Ms Vaughn seemed to sit up and notice.
Ne Ne, Ne Ne, Ne Ne. Whoooooooo. The list of things-to-do for her son Bryson was involved (for a teen). Teens don't understand. Being momma is tough. You end up saying the same thing over and over and over again. She said Bri-Bri needs a job.
Comes the nuptial countdown. Cynthia's mom paid the last minute, down-to-the wire $3,000 for the open bar at the venue. Phew.
Cynthia's sister questions why the sadness and stress from sister Cynthia. Duh, money problems. Mal, Cynthia's sister, is worried about her sister and the stress made Mal cry! Her mom broke it down: she thinks Peter is financially abusing Cynthia and that he lies.
"Allow him to give," she tells her daughter, because a man will do whatever you allow him to do, she said.

Back to Ne Ne. She and Greg talked over glasses of wine. Greg essentially apologized but Ne Ne said he is always apologizing, so she didn't care.
"It doesn't change anything," she said, adding he needs to change his behavior. They still plan to put parenting first.

Reason number one why Cynthia should not marry Peter:
What does that say about the wedding?
Anyway, Cynthia’s dress was amazing in platinum silver. It was an original and it was everything.
Kim is bringing to the wedding, Kroy Biermann, of the Atlanta Falcons football team--who she met at one of the many functions they attend. She said it’s serious but she has been keeping it quiet so that it can last. The big reveal will be at Cyndi’s wedding.
Peter shows to his wedding up full tilt asking for vodka and cranberry.
Last wedding cliffhanger: they forgot the marriage license and are not sure where it is.
It’s official: mom and sis do not want Cynthia to marry. They hijacked the marriage license so when she does marry it won’t legal? Dunno about that one, she does have a license but it just not presented to the pastor. I know he does have to sign the thing.
All the ladies looked fab at the wedding. Kim brought her own bottle because she said Cynthia couldn’t afford good wine if she was, “whining about the honeymoon.”
Ne Ne said Kim is invisible to her.
Well, Sheree said she could see where “they cut corners.” (no abundance of flowers)
Meow. Dang. Kim, Sheree and Phaedra had the claws out for this one!
Anyway, Cynthia was beautiful--like a work of art in that dress--and the ceremony went forth Peter in spite of his imperfections. Ahhh, love. (remember that her mom and sis hid the license so I am not clear if it is legal or not--whooo--because Mal was visibly upset as if she felt guilty about her involvement in the whole thing. Whooo.
The full-skirted, tucked dress (with toile petticoat beneath) had a crease-pleat, choker-collar and huge side bow, also at the neck. Accompanied by large drop earrings, an up do and evening makeup, Cynthia glowed.
Okay, the wrap-up: Dwight and Ne Ne made up at the reception and danced after he presented her with some of the flowers from the wedding arrangements.
P.S. Ne Ne will be on the Apprentice in March. Looks fun! And Kim is preggers, due in June! Whooo!
Source: Atlanta Housewives, Bravo Channel
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Friday, January 28, 2011

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