Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
The gray hair is here. If I allowed my hair to grow on my head, you'd see it. Since I don't, you don't. But you can see it clearly in my goatee and mustache. Well, that is, if I don't shave them down! All I know is that I'm NEVER dying the gray away. 'Cause, truth be told, I'm simply HAPPY to be here to BE gray! :)
Monday, September 23, 2013
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Photo by Marc Littlejohn
He has never modeled before and has never been photographed in a way models are. So, you can see he's stepping outta his Herbalife-pushing box to tackle something new. Well, for my two cents, this modeling thing doesn't look to be so difficult for him to master!
Good luck, CORNELIUS ATKINS! You look like a model to me!!!! :)
**Contact Cornelius for Herbalife products HERE!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013
On Facebook today someone posted a gay marriage proposal in a Home Depot. I thought it was a touching proposal, no doubt, but I was MORE intrigued by the song featured in the video. I had never heard it before: "Somebody Loves You" by BETTY WHO. Whoever she is, she sure has one helluva catchy song on her hands. I mean, it's so catchy it could very well be the next "Call Me Maybe."
The marriage proposal:
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Shanola Hampton & CAM Jr :)
The chemistry between Omari and Shanola was palpable. Both of them are so damn attractive and so damn sexy it's ridiculous! Charles wrote them as courageous, but flawed human beings. Reminds me of me! Haaaa!
I give the film TWO THUMBS UP! I hope as many people as possible come out to check it out. Heck, folks just might learn somethin' from it!! I know I did. What, you ask? I learned I should check out whatever Charles Murray does next! :)
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Saturday, September 7, 2013
I recall an interesting (and truth be told, I thought, humorous) discussion on this lawn art back in college. It took place after my fraternity had selected our Pledges. At the time, I was an active. One of the pledges was a handsome, white kid from a suburb of Illinois. He was a walking, talking Ralph Lauren ad. Preppy as all get out with straight, sparkling white teeth to die for! Anyway, I asked him what made him want to be a part of the fraternity. Without skipping a beat, smiling ever so broadly, he replied, "I knew this was the place I wanted to be when I saw they didn't have you standing out front in a jockey suit." WOWWWWWWWWW, I thought! Of course, my fraternity brothers didn't find his comment humorous (although I did) and they chastised him. But I thought it was funny and damn BOLD! Lol!
Well, fast forward to just a few days ago. I was working with a chef I sometimes moonlight with. I was standing in the front doorway of the client's home, greeting her guests. One guest, an older man probably in his late 60s or early 70s, approached me and told me he had a racial joke in his head, but that he probably shouldn't share it. I told him to go right ahead. He still said, "I probably shouldn't." I urged him to go ahead. So, he did. He proceeded to say, "As I was approaching the house, I thought, wow, they took him off the lawn." See! ANOTHER white fella who thinks of lawn jockeys when he sees me!!!
This is all so craaaazy to me because I can't remember the last time, if ever, I was on a HORSE! :)