The black woman is art; a perfect expression of pain, struggle, strength and beauty. – Anonymous One of the aims […]
5 Amazing Marriages I Follow and Lessons I’ve Learned.
He picked me up at my hotel and I remember that from the moment that I saw him when I got off the elevator I felt vulnerable and naked. Not naked like he’s looking at me, but naked like, I don’t think I can hide anything from him. There is something within me that wanted to be the truest version of myself with him. There was something that made me feel safe. Everything from him watching how I came down the stairs to him opening the door for me at the restaurant, it made me feel like for the first time in a very, very long time, I could be a soft, feminine, dainty woman and fall into the arms of a real man that could hold me down.”
Interview with Sandra Areh – “The Fabulous, God-loving Career Woman – Striking A Balance”.
Planning is key!