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Resolution or Revolution

At this time of year, everyone is busy deciding what they want to do different in the upcoming year.  Cleaning out the closets to make room for storing all the Christmas ornaments gets people in the mood for a figurative cleaning out as well. 

We are embarking on a new year and new decade.  This decade brings with it some blessings and possibly some unwanted baggage as well.

QUESTION:  What will you do different or do the same that will help to ensure that you are a blessing to others and inspire others in the new decade?

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Tue, 28 Dec 2010 21:35:45
Good question. I had a good experience with the Help Out group (via facebook) a few weeks ago. Myself along with a few other business professionals, gathered together to offer advice on preparing for times of change in our suffering economy. My inspiration was "How to have a good beauty day". The audience was very receptive to all our ideas which included: resume writing, budgeting, pilates and yoga, embracing our youth, and beauty. My goal is to continue to educate and encourage the community and Help Out wherever and however I can. :)

Teena Marie

Where was I when I heard the news? I was at home surfing my News Feed on Facebook. Sent an inbox message to a friend for confirmation and less than a minute later he posted R.I.P Teena Marie.  Its hard to believe that Teena died at such an early age for reasons unknown.

Some of my childhood memories included me at home singing to her music in front of the mirror. It was 1978 or 1979 when I performed to her hit "Square Biz" in my 6th grade talent show.  The fact that she was a white woman meant something to me, but I didn't know what it was exactly at the time.  There I was, 9 years old finding out a few years prior I was adopted and my ethnic heritage was unclear, yet could identify with this white woman who had more soul then some of my own black family.  It was 2001 when I found out that my biological mother was white (Italian/Irish/Indian) and my biological father (black).  I never met my biological mother because she died at 47.  I have a feeling that she was a soul sister and loved the Star Child-Teena Marie.

Teena paved the way for many white women to embrace their soulful voices, like Lisa Stansfield, Duffy, Adele, Joss Stone, Christina and Mariah.  These women possibly crossed over more quickly into R&B charts because of her. She will be missed, and never forgotten. Hopefully a beautiful tribute will be done soon to show how instrumental she was for in the world of R&B music.