When I met Jim back in 2008, I knew he was going to be a lifelong friend. Little did I know that Nicole would walk into his life and completely change mine. .
This mama Isi fierce, hilarious, and has been my rock. A fixed point in a storm, my crisis counselor during rough patches, my go to girl for a good ol fashion eating session, and my number one wine date. .
Our friend truly flourish into what we have now when we both became pregnant, two months apart. It has been such a joy watching our children grow together from hundreds of miles apart. When we are home, those hundreds of miles seem like only minutes down the road. .
I don’t say it enough, but I have always admired your love & steadiness. You walked into the Pinkston crazy and never faltered. From the beginning you always put family first. Thank you for always being a contact, for saying it exactly as it is, and helping me tame the crazy. I cannot WAIT to see you in March <3
Hi All! This week’s WWW is Maggie Lena Walker. Despite her disabilities and paralysis, Maggie Lena Walker (1864-1934) didn’t let anything stop her from becoming a true leader. The daughter of a former slave, she was not only a teacher and a business woman, but she was also the editor of the St. Luke Herald, the first black woman to form a bank, and the first woman of any race to be a bank president in the U.S. She was also an active community member, and once, she even ran for governor of Virginia. She is a true inspiration, especially considering she did it all decades before women’s suffrage and the Civil Rights movement. http://www.distinguishedwomen.com/biographies/walker-ml.html
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