Thank you so much for all of your support and dedication. You may have noticed and will notice, that the blogging will be kind of erratic, and that is because I’m working on making this blog better, which takes a lot of time. Hopefully in the next couple of months you will start to see and appreciate the changes, but for now, like I said, the blogging will be a little erratic. I should be back to my regularly scheduled blogging self the beginning of July :).
Thank you everyone, I love you all, and I can’t wait for this blog to become even better.
I want to welcome you to the first of many interviews with people you may or may not have heard of. For my first interview, I was lucky enough to have Buttafly Jonez from PeepGame.net, answer some questions, and trust me it was worth it.
I first found PeepGame.net while looking for blogs to read. When I discovered her blog, it was an instant click. I loved the writing style, the design, and the way she communicated with her readers. A lot of bloggers, tend to forget, they, too, were once a “nobody.” with dreams of interviewing their idols, and make it big like the people they admire. Fortunately for us, Buttafly did not follow that path.
Not only does she answer all the emails she receives, she is willing to share her love, incite and knowledge.
Therefore, it is my privilege to share with you the following interview.
Whelp, it’s that time of the year. The time when everyone feels the need to express their love for one another with jewelry, chocolates, or both. However, if you are a woman, buying a valentine’s day gift for your man, this day can be confusing, intimidating, and downright annoying. So, below are 10 gift ideas that you can get for your special someone, regardless of if you’ve only been dating for 3 months, or 3 years:
Whoever doubted the Steve Harvey adapted film ‘ Think Like a Man’ must be kicking themselves now. The film featuring an array of popular celebrities, such as Taraji P. Henson, Lala Anthony, Chris Brown, Meagan Good, Kevin Hart, Terrance J, Michael Ealy, among others – sold an astounding 33 million at the box office this past weekend. Having been produced with a very small budget – a little over 13 million – the film surpassed many expectations. With very little media promotion, it’s great to see a film with mostly African American actors be so successful. Hopefully, this will show Hollywood producers and studios that a movie of this genre is worth the investment.