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Showing posts from January, 2010

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. King had a dream. Against all odds, he led people to hope. To hope for a future where the lines of color were blurred and all men were equal. Though we aren't quite there yet, we've made immense strides. I'm inspired by his vision, his will to work towards it, and his ability to inspire not just the people of his time, but generations to follow.

As we begin a new year, this is the perfect time to reflect on our own dreams. What dreams do we have that could change our lives? The lives of others? The lives in our community? Our nation? The world? I pray we can all evaluate our hearts and dig deep for those dreams that we were blessed with - those we are meant to see to fruition.


I'm not one to get suckered in by Saturday morning television ads that promise you the world for just 3 easy payments of $39.95. But, dare I say, they got me. Last week I saw this ad for Insanity. The commercial was so convincing that I decided to give it a try. Those of you that have known me for a few years know I've dropped a significant amount of chub. But I'm not done yet. Oh no! Now it's time to put the new year to good use. It's time for Insanity.

My package just arrived and I am starting tomorrow. Check out the website. It's intense, but provided it doesn't kill chick hottie patottie, here I come! Stay tuned, peeps!
So much has happened since my last blog post. I've been to D.C. I'm settling in at my new job (translation: I don't hate it anymore), I've celebrated Christmas with the family and New Years Eve in Times Square. It's 2010, people! It is finally settling in that I am done with school for a time. I'm feeling like it is time to set some new goals and raise the bar a bit on myself. Stay tuned on how things are going.

Best of luck to all my peeps in 2010!!

These are pics of when me, Jules and David when to the top of Rockefeller Center. Super high in the sky, but good times indeed.