Wow! The countdown to 2015 is coming to a close. It has been quite a year. Through the good, the better and the “Oh my gosh, I can’t believe that happened to me” this year has been one to remember.
Being a lover of pictures, as much as I am words, I decided to pay homage to the year that was 2014 through a photographic trip down memory lane. My hairstyles changed. My settings did too, but one thing that remained constant was the overwhelming love I had for and felt from those I’m blessed to know.
I hope you enjoy as much as I did. Cheers to the new year and all the best to you and yours.
My Life in 2014
January 2014 included a FABULOUS Girls Getaway to DC to celebrate my dear friend Dru.
February 2014 involved special times with special strong sisters. We’re the Steel Magnolias. (Don’t believe me? Just check the food and the smiles on our faces.)
March 2014 was my birthday month, spring break and other special times. The pictures don’t even do it justice. #Blessed
April 2014 celebrated the Resurrection and brought showers of blessings!
May 2014 was a month to remember with a speaking engagement, Mother’s Day, dance recitals, birthday parties, springtime fun and more memories than I can count.
June 2014 was filled with concerts (with socks on,) birthday parties, Father’s Day, conferences with celebrities, family time, and fun with friends.
July 2014 ushered in sadness fueled by loss, but still couldn’t destroy my family’s ability to find the good and God in all things. (Rest in peace beautiful Aunt Ann.) I was also blessed with more time with friends along the way.
August 2014 combined football, fun at work, 21 days of prayer and more celebration of a friends healing from cancer and good times with loved ones.
September 2014…marked 70 years of life for my Daddy, time with Oprah Winfrey, the annual Women’s retreat at church and, well, it speaks for itself.
October 2014 was CLASSIC literally and figuratively filled with birthday celebrations, a speaking engagement, concerts, girl time at the Southern Women’s Show, an out-of-comfort Halloween get up ( and I finally met my “boo in my brain” Ronnie DeVoe from New Edition/BBD).
November 2014 was a November to remember full of Thanksgiving.
And to end the year with a bang, I present to you my December 2014, a gift from God honoring my mother and her 68th birthday, serving those less fortunate, fun times with friends, good food, and topped off by celebrating the greatest gift I’ve ever received…Jesus.