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3 Ways I Get Personal About Peace (on Social Media)

Today is Blog For Peace Day 2016.  Thank you Mimi Lenox @ Blog4Peace.com for starting a movement that gathers peace loving voices from the blogosphere..  

Truth be told I'm a peace troll on Facebook lately.. Fueled by the political shenanigans of Donald Trump. My blood boils when I come across social media friends who instigate and antagonize and snark and giggle as they hide behind the right to do so, after they've shared stuff that's designed to rub somebody else the wrong way. Certain cute and articulate fear & hate mongers with huge followings.. they are.  But it's their right to speak their truth that's giving their beauty an ugly scar.
So..  My peace offering?
1.  I'll go ahead and rebut it I feel like it. In the name of peace.  Gently calling out every derogatory and divisive meme with one of equal and opposite theme.
2.  Be direct and you shall receive.. gracious feedback from me. Passive aggressive word games, insults and put-downs wear me out. And…

10 Easy Peasy Steps To A Beautiful Touseled Textured Fro

On the go? MONAT's Tousled Texturizing Mist will make you a tousled texurized fro.
Mom's in surgery now...tried to Photoshop the teary mascara smudge. Oh well. 
How to get the look:
1.  Comb out hair with large tooth comb. 2.  Massage in 3-5 drops of Rejuveniq oil. 3.  Run both hands under water. 4.  Massage wet hands through hair. 5.  Spray as much or as little as desired of MONAT's Tousled Texurizing Mist throughout hair. 6.  Massage product throughout. 7.  Style with fingers. 8.  Poof!  There it is!
9.  Be pleasantly surprised by how fast it dries!
10.  Be pleasantly surprised by how it doesn't flake in your hair, or break your hair!




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Obituary for My Grandmother, Emogene Davis Harris Wilson, August 19, 1921 to June 2, 2016

Emogene Wilson, the daughter of the late Jack and Della Davis, was the youngest of twelve siblings whom all preceded her in death, was born in Deberry, Texas on August 19, 1921.
      She answered proudly to Mama, Madea, Little Auntie, Aunt Emogene, Granny, Miss. Harris, Sister Wilson, and Mother Wilson. She had a smile so bright, and we shall never forget that giggle of hers..

     She was spiritually strong and centered; A beautiful child of God, who forever praised the Lord, even on her answering machine: "John 3 and 16. For God so loveth the world that he gave his only begotten son, that who-soever believeth in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.  Please leave your message after the beep. God loves you." 
     Every heart that loved her that she loved in return was shaped and molded by her ability to squeeze in a "Well, praise the Lord," and a smile.
    Mama had a successful career as a Master Barber. She was an independent woman to admire. She was a o…