Monday, June 30, 2014



Fun with Friends 220: Furla Candy bag

Sunday, June 29, 2014


"We Are Missionaries, Loyal CME's"
Every 5th Sunday the Missionaries are in charge of Our Morning Worship Service. From the Choir to the Pulpit. For a Speaker We use one of Our own Seasoned Missionaries or our First Lady or sometimes We even Invite a Guest Speaker. Our Colors are White & Royal Blue and We All wear a combination of the two... It's a Sight to See!!!
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"The Right Shoes" ~ Marilyn Monroe

Thursday, June 26, 2014

SUMMER LOvin' Contest: "Blue, Orange with a Dash of Pink!!!

BLUE & PINK Contest: "1 Dress, 2 Kinds Of Sexy!"

SUMMER LOvin' Contest: "Blue, Orange with a Dash of Pink!!!

Monday, June 23, 2014

GET The LOOK for LESS KENDALL JENNER Contest: "Under $300

GET The LOOK for LESS KENDALL JENNER Contest: "Under $450"

GET The LOOK for LESS KENDALL JENNER Contest: "Under $300

GET The LOOK for LESS KENDALL JENNER Contest: "Under $450"

GET The LOOK for LESS KENDALL JENNER Contest: "Under $250"

Sunday, June 22, 2014


Shirley Ann Caesar-Williams, known professionally as Shirley Caesar (born October 13, 1938, Durham, North Carolina) is an American Gospel music singer, songwriter and recording artist whose career has spanned over six decades. A multi-award winning artist, with eleven Grammy Awards and seven Dove Awards to her credit, she is known as "First Lady of Gospel Music".
Beginning recording at the age of 13 in 1951, Shirley Caesar has released over forty albums, exploring her gift and spreading messages of faith. She has participated in over 16 compilations and three gospel musicals, Mama I Want to Sing, Sing: Mama 2 and Born to Sing: Mama 3.
Her credits also include a series of commercials for MCI Communications and several awards for her recordings. She has won or received 11 Grammy Awards, 13 Stellar Awards, 18 Doves, 1 RIAA gold certification, an Essence Award, McDonald's Golden Circle Lifetime Achievement Award, NAACP Achievement Award, SESAC Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. According to Soundscan, she has sold 2.2 million albums since 1991. Pastor Shirley has made several notable appearances including the televised Live from Disney World Night of Joy, the Gospel According to VH1, a White House performance for George Bush, and a speech on the Evolution of Gospel Music to the US Treasury Department.
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Saturday, June 21, 2014

ConGrats Grads: "Color Confidence"

GET The LOOK: "Jennifer Hudson"



HAPPY BIRTHDAY MyEastCiastDaughter!!!

Friday, June 20, 2014

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Summer BBQ Party Contest: "It's All In Black & White"

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Tricky Trend: Tall Gladiator Sandals "Street Style"

Tricky Trend: Tall Gladiator Sandals "Simplicity"

Tricky Trend: Tall Gladiator Sandals "City Girl Street Style"

Pretty in Pastels Contest: "Pink & Green"

Monday, June 16, 2014

POLKAS Gone Wild!!


HAPPY BLACK MUSIC MONTH: "Newlywed Kelly Rowland"



Contest: "Black Butterfly"
Anna Mae Bullock (born November 26, 1939), known by her stage name Tina Turner, is a singer, dancer, actress, and author, whose career has spanned more than half a century, earning her widespread recognition and numerous awards. Born and raised in the American South, she is now a Swiss citizen.
She began her musical career in the mid-1950s as a featured singer with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm, first recording in 1958 under the name "Little Ann". Her introduction to the public as Tina Turner began in 1960 as a member of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. Success followed with a string of notable hits credited to the duo, including "A Fool in Love",[5] "River Deep – Mountain High" (1966), "Proud Mary" (1971) and "Nutbush City Limits" (1973), a song which she herself wrote. In her autobiography, I, Tina, she revealed several instances of severe domestic abuse against her by Ike Turner prior to their 1976 split and subsequent 1978 divorce. Raised as a Baptist, she melded her faith with Buddhism in 1971, crediting the religion and its spiritual chant of Nam Myoho Renge Kyo for helping her to endure during difficult times.
After her divorce from Ike Turner, she rebuilt her career through performances, though she initially struggled to make an impact on the music charts as a solo artist. In the early 1980s, she launched a comeback with another string of hits, starting in 1983 with the single "Let's Stay Together" followed by the 1984 release of her fifth solo album Private Dancer which became a worldwide success. "What's Love Got to Do with It", the most successful single from the album, was later used as the title of a biographical film adapted from her autobiography. In addition to her musical career, Turner has also experienced success in films, including a role in the 1975 rock musical Tommy and a starring role in the 1985 Mel Gibson blockbuster film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, as well as a cameo role in the 1993 film Last Action Hero.
One of the world's most popular entertainers, she is also called the The Queen of Rock n Roll. Turner has been termed the most successful female rock artist, winning eight Grammys and selling more concert tickets than any other solo performer in history. Her combined album and single sales total approximately 100 million copies worldwide. She is noted for her energetic stage presence, powerful vocals, and career longevity. In 2008, Turner returned from semi-retirement to embark on her Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour. Turner's tour became one of the highest selling ticketed shows of 2008–2009.[15] Rolling Stone ranked her no. 63 on their 100 greatest artists of all time.[16] In 1991, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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The Midi or A-Line Skirt Contest: "Black & White &..."

Friday, June 13, 2014

R I P Ms Ruby Dee 1922 ~ 2014

R I P Ms Ruby Dee 1922 ~ 2014
Ruby Dee (née Wallace; October 27, 1922 – June 11, 2014) was an American actress, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist and activist. She is perhaps best known for co-starring in the film A Raisin in the Sun (1961) and the film American Gangster (2007) for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She was the recipient of Grammy, Emmy, Obie, Drama Desk, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Awards as well as the National Medal of Arts and the Kennedy Center Honors. She was married to actor Ossie Davis until his death in 2005.
Dee was born Ruby Ann Wallace in Cleveland, Ohio in 1922, to Gladys Hightower and Marshall Edward Nathaniel Wallace, a cook, waiter and porter. After her mother left the family, Dee's father remarried, to Emma Amelia Benson, a school teacher.
Dee was raised in Harlem, New York. She attended Hunter College High School and went on to graduate from Hunter College with a degree in romance languages in 1945. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta.
Dee joined the American Negro Theater as an apprentice, working with Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, and Hilda Simms. She made several appearances on Broadway. Her first onscreen role was in That Man of Mine in 1946. She received national recognition for her role in the 1950 film The Jackie Robinson Story. In 1965, Dee performed in lead roles at the American Shakespeare Festival as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew and Cordelia in King Lear, becoming the first black actress to portray a lead role in the festival. Her career in acting crossed all major forms of media over a span of eight decades, including the films A Raisin in the Sun, in which she recreated her stage role as a suffering housewife in the projects, and Edge of the City. She played both roles opposite Poitier.
Ruby Wallace married blues singer Frankie Dee Brown in 1941, and began using his middle name as her stage name. The couple divorced in 1945. Three years later she married actor Ossie Davis, who she met while costarring in the 1946 Broadway play Jeb. Together, Dee and Davis wrote an autobiography in which they discussed their political activism and their open marriage. Together they had three children: son, blues musician Guy Davis, and two daughters, Nora Day and Hasna Muhammad. Dee was a breast cancer survivor of more than three decades.
Dee and Davis were well-known civil rights activists. Dee was a member of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), the NAACP, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Delta Sigma Theta sorority and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. In 1963, Dee emceed the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Dee and Davis were both personal friends of both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, with Davis giving the eulogy at Malcolm X's funeral in 1965. In 1970, she won the Frederick Douglass Award from the New York Urban League.
Ms Dee died on June 11, 2014, at her home in New Rochelle, New York, from natural causes at the age of 91. Now Ruby & Ossie are Together Again and May they Forever Rest In the Awesome Power Of Peace!!!
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