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Wekcine ti Girls Gettin' It Together. Join Get It Together Girl host, Karyn Beach, professional speaker Tawanna Kelley and psychologist Jean Day as we talk about a bunch of stuff and encourage you to call in (917-889-3205) and join us.
On this episode we navigate the perils of dating after 40, the stunning lack of social media etiquette and the search for a comfortable pair of heels!
Join us. It will be fun and we'd love to hear from you!
Listen and join the conversation and take another step on the breast cancer survival journey!!
Helen Fusilier puts the challenge and invitation in our hearts when she says, “Walk in My Shoes!”
In 2010, Helen personally stepped up to the challenge when she founded the Walk in My Shoes Foundation following her battle with breast cancer. The mission of Walk in My Shoes Foundation is to provide financial and emotional support to patients undergoing cancer treatment... the mission is simple and so important in helping many women survive!
Walk in My Shoes Foundation is a testimony of Courage, Caring, and Christ! Thank you, Helen!
Also, I will introduce the owners, Mia and Okera Stewart, of a new business that many women have been asking about, Haute Hair, http://hautehaironline.com
Read: "I'm an Overcomer" http://bit.ly/1G3mngv
Tonight we’re turning up the volume on our ‘GLAM MORE, FEAR LESS’ philosophy and talking about ‘SEXY SHOES YOU CAN DANCE IN’ with musical inspiration from Tamar Braxton.
Find a great looking pair of shoes that don’t hurt your feet can be a challenge especially if you’re living with diabetes.
Although Tamar Braxton faced this challenge each week when she famously competed on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ she’s probably still best known for being the brash talking, younger sister on the ‘Braxton’s Family Values’ TV Show. Tamar says, “Family’s can go through ups and downs. Who’s right or wrong but at the end of the day I love them and wouldn’t trade them for the world.”
Did you know Tamar’s husband Vince recovered from a pulmonary embolism he suffered in November 2011? Since her husband’s sickness, Tamar Braxton has continued to spread the good word of health to her entire family. From her firstborn to her sisters, she’s creating opportunities for herself and everyone else to stay healthy as well.
Vibe Magazine’s Diamond Hillyer reviewed Tamar’s “Calling All Lovers” album and said, “She meticulously strings the highs, lows and every in-between of love, sex and relationships."
Guests include Poet Lorraine Brooks, the Charlie’s Angels of Outreach, Dr. Monique Renee Rolle, Samantha Shaken, Catherine Schuller AICI, CIP and Mama Rose Marie. Prize giveaways courtesy of Earth Brand Shoes, Dr. Greenfield’s Diabetic Foot Creams, Cabot Cheese and Nu Naturals.
Throughout the podcast we will be playing songs from“Calling All Lovers” courtesy of SONY MUSIC. This podcast proudly supports the Spare A Rose campaign.
Though it has been a few weeks since I moved, in the same building, I am still feeling out of my comfort zone. I can't help wondering if I need to figure out why. I seemed to be learning more about myself. They don't look good; yikes! I think I have to work on my flaws some more. I still suck at creating the Monday segments, of course. Haha!
Don't forget! It is our awesome Dancing Monday! Yay! ^_^ We got Paul Simon, Aaliyah Keys, Hilary Duff (again, during Disney), and a few others. Grab those shoes and your bottle. It's time to DANCE!
Title: Relationship with God
Luk 15:17 And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father's have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger!
Luk 15:18 I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee,
Luk 15:19 And am no more worthy to be called thy son: make me as one of thy hired servants.
Luk 15:20 And he arose, and came to his father. But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him.
Luk 15:21 And the son said unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and in thy sight, and am no more worthy to be called thy son.
Luk 15:22 But the father said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe, and put it on him; and put a ring on his hand, and shoes on his feet:
Most Americans think that laws exist requiring shoes to be worn while driving a car, going into a store, or eating in public.
ZERO such USA states have such requirements.
Not only that, but there are HEALTH BENEFITS to not wearing shoes.
Most people have been told otherwise, so the average person wears flip flops - because they do not WANT to wear shoes, but afraid of violating laws (that do not exist)
Please check out the Barefoot Is Legal Radio Show & learn from Toni & John every week as they share about the barefoot lifestyle
Hey y'all, it's ya girl Lucky an ya boy Fleetwood. As always, bringing you the Throwback moments in history. Tonight we taking about everything. From clothes, to shoes, to TV shows, to old school music. Tonight, an throughout the month, it's all about our Black History. The influences, inventions, role models an all. How our culture has made a HUGE impact on our lives today.We always have a great time kicking it with you all, so give us a call an lets trip out together. Hit us up 347-857-4391 press 1 to speak to me, or you can continue to listen via web. Hope to speak to ya!!
Within one year we have gained some powerful Ancestors as 3 Master Teachers such as Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, and Dr. Delbert Blair have made their transition into the Ancestral Realm. There have been many others in our communities that have passed on and leave a legacy and very large shoes to fill. However, we have learned much from them and we must continue to honor them. As African people and original peoples of the world, ancestral veneration is a part of our lives and consciousness. We will honor their spirits and share their stories and continue the work in which they have begun and carried out so well. We will share ways in which to connect with and honor our Ancestors that span over a variety of traditions and look forward to messages and ways that will assist us today.
We will also discuss the importance of honoring and revering the Elders and Master Teachers in our communities that are among us today. We should not wait until someone is gone to show how much we love them or acknowledge the importance of their contributions to society.
Black History is living and active today! We look forward to your participation and constructive dialogue.
Deb DeRousse and John Cassidy are excited to talk with Darrell Whisman, owner of the well known and haunted Poasttown School in Middletown Ohio!
Poasttown School is a very high EVP capture location. We have had hundreds of teams investigate here that have pulled a multitude of EVPs from their investigations...and the teams come back for more!! Bring your recorders and spirit boxes. You won't be disappointed!! Poasttown School is 36,500 square feet. There are alot of stairs in the building; please wear appropriate comfortable shoes for your investigation. During the cooler months in Ohio, you may want to bring jackets to keep you warm. Poasttown School is not heated. There is a breakroom for you to use that includes a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and A/C - Heat. Please bring whatever juice or water you will need to stay hydrated during your investigation. Bring your favorite snacks too!! Poasttown is notorious for draining batteries!! Bring plenty with you. There are electrical plugs in the breakroom to use to recharge equipment. There is electricity throughout the building; if you need to turn on the lights for any reason, please be sure to turn them off when you are done. Some of the stairwells and hallways are extremely dark. Make sure you have plenty of flashlights with you, and be careful on the stairways. Please be mindful of where you leave your equipment in the building. Make sure you collect all of your equipment before you leave, and any personal items. We do have bathrooms for your use, and their locations will be pointed out to you during your walk thru.
Call in with questions or just to listen in @ 347-850-8292
Join Joy Jinks, Wednesday, January 6, at 2PM (EST) for her show (named after her recently published book): Dynamic Aging: I Intend to Live Forever, So Far, So Good! Her guest will be JoAnne Pope, Triathlete and Iron Man Competitor up to age 72 when she quit to go to nursing school. At 79, she hung up her running shoes for dancing shoes and now, she and her husband, dance everyday! Her second guest is Dr. Vaughn Grisham. He is the Director Emeritus of the McLean Institute for Community Development at the University of Mississippi where he has taught for the past 40+ years. He has authored several books and numerous articles, including Tupelo: The Evolution of the Community and Hand in Hand: Community and Economic Development. He has helped establish leadership programs in more than 300 counties and has done community development work in more than 30 states and two Canadian provinces. Dr. Grisham’s most recent research has centered on Extraordinary Results in Ordinary Communities, an occasional paper published by the Kettering Foundation.
Child support orders and the talk of it causes an argument between men and women who don't even have children with each other, find themselves arguing.
Men think that child support shouldn't go toward rent and utilities. It should only go for what a child needs. What does a child need?
Questions for the women? Why did you go get child support on that man if he was taking care of his child? Fellas, why didn't you set up an arrangement to avoid the derangement?
What is child support, REALLY for? Is it just for, clothes, shoes and toys? Should women be required to show in detail what they do with the money?