Summer equals Italian ice, lightning bugs, camp, late nights and cornbraids.

Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.–LL COOL J

my hair was cornbraided every summer as a little girl until I begged for and got that first perm around 12 years old.  SMH! if i knew then what I know now…Full circle.

appreciation day

I used to have long thick natural hair and I miss it.
today,
i imagined a photo where i would showcase my hair as it is today. in recovery from heat damage 2 years ago, it has taken on a new texture, look and style that is not necessarily by choice. in the meantime, while it grows back, i take it in.  i told my husband what i wanted and he was johnny on the spot snapping away just minutes before he was to leave for work.  I love the results of this spontaneous photo shoot.  
Hair Style: Afro Blow out
Camera: Canon 7d /50mm

Happy New Year or nah

New Year’s Day is like a reset button for most of us.  It’s a chance to start again–fresh and focused!

While you are planning to start at 1 and do “life” differently this year, consider equipping yourself with these three timeless truths from the Bible, sure to keep the happy in your year long after it loses its new.

Monitor your progress by comparing yourself to your past and not to others.

“Each one should test his own actions. Then he can take pride in himself, without comparing himself to somebody else.” (Galatians 6:4).

Positive change occurs best with slow, steady progress.

“A bonanza at the beginning is no guarantee of blessing at the end.” (Proverbs 20:21, MSG)

Sometimes we need to wait to sense God’s presence and help.

“Meanwhile, friends, wait patiently for the Master’s Arrival. You see farmers do this all the time, waiting for their valuable crops to mature, patiently letting the rain do its slow but sure work.” (James 5:7, MSG)

Thanks for reading!

 

Source: Bill Gaultiere, Soul Shepherding