Yesterday was also my parent's 25th year Wedding Anniversary, so I want to give them a shoutout! Hi parents, congratulations!! lol
These are all the pictures from the Grammy event I previously told you guys about, we all looked so cute!
|This is my friend Simisola looking fabulous. She's wearing a custom made African jacket|
|I'm wearing a bar III dress, Merona tights from Target, and Jessica Simpson platform pumps|
This is the lovely Shawna and her date Sam.
|Side note: The bathrooms were unisex and it was VERY awkward. Jay-Z, that is NOT a good look!|
I don't know who all follows me on twitter, but I tweet a lot. Some of you will already know this story from twitter, but for those of you who don't... Let me just briefly say that something ALWAYS happens to me when I go to the gym. I can't just go to the gym, have a good workout and be done. There is always an incident. Last night's incident:
First of all, I went to the gym late, got there around 9:30p.m., lookin' like somebody's grandmama. I obviously did not expect to see anyone I knew either... 30 minutes into my intense elliptical workout (lol jk) BAM. My friend's FINE older brother: muscles poppin, skin lookin' right, doing his thang! I immediately start to freak out, wondering if he has already seen me. At first I thought he didn't, ducking down behind the elliptical when he walked by, even hiding behind a weight lifting machine until I was out of his sight. But as I got closer to the end of my workout, I could sense that he was watching me, so I think he did.
Then we both knew we had seen each other, but neither one of us were saying hello. It was SO awkward. Mind you, there was only about 25 people total at the gym (and it's a spacious gym), so you could see everyone who was there smh. Was he too shy or embarrassed to say hi? Was he too embarrassed for me LMAO?! I don't know!
Not sure if I'll be hitting the gym after work today... If I do, I just hope nothing too crazy happens haha!
Black History Month Fact: On this day, in 1965, Constance Baker Motley was elected Manhattan Borough President, the highest elective office held by a Black woman in a major American city.