I thought I’d share some of my fave things with you…
Here are this month’s edition of my 👍”likes”:
1. Shoes, shoes and more shoes! (A woman can never have too many pairs of shoes…Red bottoms please!)
2. Pastries, chocolate and anything sweet! (All of that minus the belly aftermath)
3. Lipgloss (I must have at least one in every room, bag…just everywhere!)
4. Smoothies (it’s the perfect way to start my day)
5. John Legend’s “All of Me” (🎶singing as I write🎶)
6. Anything or anyone that makes me laugh (ecards, memes, vines, my boo)
7. Ladies night! It’s always the best night. There’s just something about spending quality time with my ladies…
What’s on your “like” list?
1⃣Go see “About Last Night” starring Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Joy Bryant and Michael Ealy in theatres Valentine’s day.
This American romantic comedy is all about what men say and what women think. The remake of the 1986 film version follows two new couples as they journey from the bar to the bedroom and are tested in the real world.
Check out this hilarious trailer…
(Images via Sony Pictures)
2⃣Enjoy the 2014 NBA All-Star Weekend (February 14-16) in New Orleans (Ernest N. Morial Convention Center) on TNT and NBA TV.
Friday Feb. 14th:
🔹Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at 7 p.m. (Team Webb vs. Team Hill)
This game will star Kevin Hart (Two-time MVP); Nick Cannon (America’s Got Talent); Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy); Columbus Short (Scandal); Michael B. Jordan (That Awkward Moment); Bruce Bowen (Three-time NBA Champ); Terrence Jenkins (E! News anchor); and WNBA stars Skylar Diggins of the Tulsa Shock and Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky.
🔹BBVA Compass Rising Star Challenge at 9 p.m.
Saturday Feb. 15th:
🔹State Farm All-Star at 8:30 p.m.
🔸Sears Shooting Stars (1st Event)
🔸Taco Bell Skills Challenge (2nd Event)
🔸Foot Locker Three-Point Contest (3rd Event)
🔸Sprite Slam Dunk (4th Event)
Sunday Feb. 16th:
🔹63rd NBA All-Star Game at 8 p.m.
Who will you be cheering for Team East or Team West?
(Images via NBA.com)
3⃣Learn more about Black History Month.
Viola Desmond – A black business woman who faced segregation in the 1940s when she entered a theatre and took a seat on the main floor (reserved for white viewers only) and refused to go to the balcony unaware that tickets sold to African Canadians were for balcony only.
Read the story of Viola Desmond at http://www.blackhistorycanada.ca and to learn more about Black History.
4⃣Celebrate LOVE this month by spreading lots of it! 💗💓💕💞💘💖
5⃣Add some pinks and reds to your wardrobe.