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New Orleans
Full time teacher, part time tv host and commercial model
Interests: Networking...anyone who doesn't take themselves too seriously and it doesn't matter what you look like on the outside, just be cool on the inside! Of course, being around people who aren't materialistic and those who are honest and trustworthy and comfortable just being real are my favorite people to spend time with....having an enthusiastic and positive attitude about life is always a bonus!
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Standing 6’2” you would imagine Adam Joseph(not his real name) to be towering above his classmates. A solidly built African American young man of fifteen, Adam was a “real” student I had the opportunity to work with for two months, as I filled in for an English teacher who was out on leave at an alternative school in Texas(not the actual state). As a certified teacher, I was available for several months while I was off from commercial bookings. The student population was filled with students who were expelled from their traditional public schools for behavior problems and this school... Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2009 at It's Not a Secret!
Women have this unbelievable ability to empower one another. Unfortunately, many women would prefer to be catty and criticize, rather than "build a sista/sister up". That being said, Hershey's is providing a contest for women to focus on our positive voice and revel in all the goodness that develops from female bonding. Hip hip hooray! Based on "The Necklace:Thirteen Women and the Experiment That Transformed Their Lives", by Cheryl Jarvis, the Hershey Company is reproducing their own true life version of the New York Times bestseller. It is an inspirational true life story of female sisterhood. The text chronicles their... Continue reading
Several years ago, I was hosting a local television show and investigated Botox in an "up close and personal" manner. Dr. Terry Cromwell, a board certified plastic surgeon with Plastic Surgery Associates in Lafayette, LA, was the featured guest on that particular episode. Being a tad apprehensive, but willing to brave being injected on camera with a potentially life-threatening toxin for the sake of ratings, I agreed to my first Botox injection. What follows is my personal experience with Botox and my current thoughts on Botox and its benefits and alternatives. Like most women, I did my own Google research... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2009 at Botox Beauty 101
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