Two soulful beings, I often like to make up celebrity couples in my head, Janelle Monae and Miguel being one :)
MOVE on, let it GO, give it UP, on to the NEXT, no looking BACK, GOODBYE, DEUCES!!! But it’s easier said than done……
Its so sad to hear about Peaches Geldoff. British followers I’m sure you’ve all heard about the sudden death of the 25 year old Media personality. Peaches was found dead yesterday at her home in Kent, but the cause of death is yet to be announce. For me the most tragic part of this story is that she leaves behind two infant children and a husband. When I first found out about the news I automatically thought, another young celebrity has overdosed - perhaps I pre judged this situation due to the fact that Peaches is a young celebrity who had a reputation of being a party girl. So many celebrities have lost their lives due to drugs and alcohol, just think of Amy Winehouse, Corey Montieth and quite ironically Paula Yates - Peache’s mother. Part of me hopes that this cause of death was not drugs or alcohol related due to the simple fact that Peaches knew how it felt to loose a mother in such a way and surely she would not want to put her kids threw that same agony. What ever the case, she will be missed by her friends and family and it is a shame such a young life has been wasted.
When it comes to love and relationships sometimes we have to make the wrong choices in order to come out with the right outcome. When we meet a guy and our friends tell us he’s no good there’s a reason why we ignore them and do our thing - we see what we want to see and ignore all the signs and signals that everyone else can see. The outcome, a broken heart and a bunch of people thinking “I told you so”. Every one has the right to make their own choices and go through their own experiences, because like I said; we need to make the wrong choices in order to come out with the right income. But when one mistake becomes a consistent ongoing process can it still be deemed as a mistake?
SHES PRETTY FOR A DARK SKIN GIRL!, IS IT ABOUT TIME WE GOT OVER SUCH IGNORANT COMMENTS OR DO WE HAVE A RIGHT TO STILL GET MAD? It is annoying that people do make these kind of but the reason why people still complain about it and still discuss it is because it still affects our society today. Unfortunately colourism is still very evident and the Media has a huge part to play in that, for a dark skin young girl who is not comfortable in her own skin it doesn’t come as a surprise as being dark skin for some reason still holds a negative stigma to a lot of people. In London it is not as big of an issue as it in America but the issue still does exist and subconsciously effects many young females. :(
When we drink is it fair to say that we have no control over our actions? The excuse of, “I had too much to drink” is one that is used on so many different occasions that its becoming more and more invalid. As an adult I go by the theory of, if you cant handle your drink then don’t drink just for the simple fact that it saves people from making mistakes and doing things that they will regret the morning after the night before. Now don’t get me wrong, I am a lightweight when it comes to drinking, if I have more than my recommended limit I’m out for the night, but having said that as drunk as I have gotten I have always been some what aware of what I am doing. Another important thing is knowing your limit, the warning sighs that tell you “one more shot and its over for you”, for me its sleepy eyes - as peculiar as it may sound my drunken sleepy are my warning hazards of knowing when to stop! Every one needs a drunken warning hazard. This is just a random post relating to drunken situations, situations that should never have occurred but did because “we were drunk”, *shakes head*….Like I said before, if you can handle your drink, don’t drink!
Naomi Campbell beautiful dark skin, for some reason when people list the likes of Kelly Rowland & Gabby Union as brown skin beauties they often forget about miss Campbell. 28 years later she still proudly flaunts her chocolate complexion and is rarely seen or photoshopped any lighter. Naomi Campbell I salute you