Thursday, May 27, 2010
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
After a year of having our ups and downs, me and my boyfriend have finally agreed to go our separate ways. To be honest though, it has been a long time coming, just like my graduation. We tried to make it work, but it's no point in trying to force something to work, when it is absolutely not working. For the longest it has felt like me and him were two different puzzle pieces, trying so hard to force ourselves to fit together. How can you force something to fit, if the two don't match together? Continuously forcing two things together is basically just a waste of time and unfortunate for both of us that's exactly what we did, waste each other time. He is a decent guy, but definitely not the one for me. In the end, I realized that we are just too incompatible. You can really tell a relationship is concluding when it's hard to remember one time the two of you had a conversation without arguing. The constant arguing does nothing, but bring on unwanted stress and stress is definitely something I can do without. I wish him much luck in the future. Now I can focus on myself and get this success wagon moving. Jumping into another relationship is the last thing I want to do, as a matter of fact, after going through all the chaos in this past relationship, I don't even have an urge to get back into another one. I will just take the time to learn from this past mistake so I don't repeat the same mistake in the future. Along with this breakup comes a new direction for my future. To all my fellow bloggers who are fortunate to possess a strong union with their significant other (i.e. Nikki Kisses, Mr. Nichols) please cherish every moment spent with him or her. There are so many people who are not fortunate to have such a special gift. I refer to it as a special gift, because although I believe that God created the perfect match for everybody on this earth, only a handful out of a large pool of people find that person. It is for this reason that I refer to it as a special gift. To the remainder of my fellow bloggers, my words of wisdom to all of you is don't give up on love. Although there are certain relationships that really makes you want to give up, don't do it because love is out there somewhere. I speak to myself as I say this to you, "Don't search for love, let love find you." Spend time getting to know God and yourself better, setting goals for yourself and accomplishing those goals, and renewing your mind, heart, and soul. Hugs and Kisses :)
Sunday, May 2, 2010
I know this pic and the news about Sandra's new addition to her family has been floating around the net and the newspaper stands for awhile now, but I still had to post this pic on my site. I fell in love with this pic when I first saw it earlier this week, the baby is so precious and really reminds me of my cousin's newborn. The baby name is Louis Bardo Bullock, who is 3 1/2 months old and born in New Orleans, LA. Congrats Sandra on your beautiful baby boy.
Now moving right along to the graduation ceremony. The ceremony started early, 9:30 am to be exact. It was held at the civic center and it was PACKED. It almost felt as if I was at a huge football stadium. I was nervous walking out there because being in front of a very large group of people makes me feel that way. Everything was fine up until I realized how small our business group was. Every other group (i.e. Professional Studies) significanly outnumbered us. Needless to say, I was suprised and embarrassed. To make ourselves feel better, classmates stated that the reason why our group was small in comparison to everyone else is because the College of Business is the hardest. I needed something to make sense out of it, so I accepted that reason. Lol. After the graduation ceremony, my family and I went to an "All you can eat" China Buffett. It was very delicious. It felt so good to go home and spend quality time with my family without worrying about limiting my time with them because I have to go work on a paper or study for an exam. Whew. Well, that concludes everything. I will keep you guys posted on my post college life. In the meantime, please look out for updates on my site. I have time on my hands now. Congrats to all the other 2010 graduates, whether it be from college or high school :)
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
The second image is a recent picture of Elian Gonzalez (16 years old). If you all don't remember him, let me refresh your memories real quick. Elian's mother and Elian sailed on a boat to the U.S. in order to escape from Cuba, she no longer wanted her & son to live in the country that was ran by a horrible Cuban Government leader (Fidel Castro). Unfortunately, his mother did not survive the trip over to the U.S., but Elian did. He was taken to Miami to stay with other close relatives, but his father who resided in Cuba wanted to bring him back to Cuba. There was a long debate on should he stay in Miami with his other relatives or go back to Cuba with his father. The U.S. government made a final decision to release him back to his father in Cuba, where he still reside today.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
“While we were on a plane Sunday on our way to Los Angeles from Atlanta, Tiara had a headache and was very dizzy, so I felt her head and she had a fever,” Toya Campbell (another one of Tisha’s sisters) said: So as soon as we got to LAX airport, Tiara was rushed to the hospital and the doctor said her temperature was 103.5 degrees and her blood pressure was really high,” she continued. “The doctor said they had to take the baby out right then because they both were at risk of dying.
Doctors told Tiara and her family that “due to a combination of high blood pressure and stress,” she developed a serious condition that affects about 5% of pregnant women worldwide known as preeclampsia, which forced the doctors to take extreme measures and take the baby out via Caesarian section or “c-section.” Toya told us that despite the complications, both mom, 21, and the newborn baby are “doing great” and they are thankful that both she and Tiara are alive.
Tisha Campbell’s husband, actor Duane Martin, passed along some information involving his sister-in-law and future niece. According to Martin himself, Tiara, Tisha’s 21-year-old sister, got into a relationship with Diamond “Baby Blue” Smith from Pretty Ricky and “one thing lead to another” and she got pregnant. When Tiara contacted Blue about the situation, he constantly denied the baby being his and later ignored her phone calls. So she went into a state of depression and her brother-in-law Duane wasn’t having that.
OMG, when I heard about how early she had the baby, my stomach turned upside down. Having a baby at 5 months is just too early. I am so happy that both of them made it through the procedure. God is good. Now moving on to Baby Blue, why does this not surprise me. I get so tired of men quickly denying a baby that could possibly be there's. Some of them know good and well that the child is there's and still want to waste money on a paternity test, just to prove to them that the child is actually there's.