This morning my and my boyfriend literally argued over who got to keep Big K.R.I.T.'s ReturnOf4Eva CD. We just started listening to him friday and we're both hooked. Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to like a "new" rapper sooo much. Now I see what you're talking about. Thanks for putting me on.
You have a beautiful body. But I've always naturally been skinny. I'll eat my face off and gain like a pound. Are you naturally full figured or no?
lol well thank you…and yea i come from a family of hips, tits and thighs…primarily my mother. i was a boney ass kid. i looked had that “for 5 cents a day” body. then around age 10, i was skinny with a big bubble butt and hella embarrassed about it. then i got my period at 14, and it was so outta wack my doc put me on birth control to regulate it. next think you know, i had tits, hips, everything. my body exploded. and i’ve kinda been that way since. i think the birth control just kicked whatever was bound to happen into overdrive, then genetics played an even bigger part. i’m probably gonna try to lose like 30lbs before it’s all said n done. my curves so that’s a good thing ;)
I wanna make your Bourbon & Vanilla Bean French Toast with Raspberry Maple Syrup for my girl but she doesn't eat syrup on her French Toast....I think she's a terrorist. Is the toast sweet enough w/o the syrup?
hey there :) if someone were to make a "Kings of Comedy 2", who would you want to see in it? Personally, id go with Kevin Hart, Dave Chappelle, DeRay Davis and Michael Blackson. A penny for your thoughts? and p.s. i have been waiting for a country fried steak recipe for the longest from you.. any chance you might bestow a food blessing on me? lol
Do you eat pork chops? I was searching and I didn't see a pork chop recipe on your blog. If you ever post one I'm gonna have to try it. My family is from Texas and thats all we would eat. Need to try something new. Thanks
A few years ago I lost my Grandma and Grandad and last month I lost my uncle to cancer and still a month later im struggling to cope. Have you dealt with a close death and how did you deal with it?
what helps me with death is being honest with my feelings. if i wanna cry all day, i would allow myself to do that. music also helped me. i listened to BIG KRIT heavily when my grandma died, his music kinda just got me thru it — especially his song “I Gotta Stay”. I still have a hard time listening to that song, because it resonates so perfectly with how i felt, but it was a form of therapy for me. she died last november, a few days after Thanksgiving, and i still get moments of sadness. that will never go away and you can’t expect it to. you can only expect to deal with it better each day. talk to friends, listen to music, give yourself time. death is never easy, especially when it’s someone we truly love and care about. the one thing that makes me stop crying instantly is knowing that she’s at peace and no longer in pain. i wouldn’t want her here suffering the way she was, so she’s better off. it took me a while to get over the selfishness of wanting her here, but like i said, she was in so much pain, and so sick…she wanted to go and we all had to let her do that. what also made it a little easier was knowing that it was only a matter of time before she’d pass. preparation helps, but you can’t always prepare for every death. some people are taken away from you unexpectedly, and those are the hardest deaths to deal with. i got a call from my mom telling me to get down to the hospital because the doctor said my grandma had less than 24 hours to live. i rushed to her, zipping thru the highways, and i didn’t get there in time enough to tell her for one final time that i loved her, will always love her, and thank her for everything she’s done for me. when i got there, she had already died and her body was still warm. i just held her and cried. i beat myself up for not getting there quickly enough, but my dad helped me get thru that guilt. but when i think about it now, it’s probably better i didn’t watch her die. that would’ve haunted the fuck outta me. my grandma’s favorite force of nature was snow. no longer than 5 minutes after her funeral, it snowed. it was like a blanket of peace and reassurance that she was okay. it was a beautiful ending to her ceremony.
so, don’t beat yourself up, just know that life goes on, and they’d both want you happy and living your life, not drowning in misery. easier said than done, i know, but its true. just try to smile and thank God for the times you did have with them.
I made your steak sandwich recipe tonight. Made your shrimp and grits recipe a previous night. Made your red lobster biscuit recipe yesterday morning and ate the whole batch. I'm obsessed with you now. That's all.