Monday, 29 August 2011

BEY preggers!!!?

The singer, who turns 30 in September, has finally gotten her wish.
Beyonce arrived on the red carpet last night (28 Aug) to announce to photographers that she had a surprise in store.

Bey is officially an idol. She had a career before she got married, got married, then got pregnant. *takes a bow*
I know I'm not the only one excited to see what "Destiny's Child" will look like. 

FYI: Beyonce is wearing a bright orange Lavin gown, Rene Caovilla ivory platform heels with Swarovski crystal and pearl details. 

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Joel Osteen [on relationships]

"People enter relationships with set standards and expectations. When people do not meet the standards we set, we become disenchanted with the relationship, allowing disappointment and frustration to set in. It's easy to get along with people when everything is going great and others are acting exactly the way we want them to. But what happens when something goes wrong and our feelings get hurt? If you're not careful, you'll begin to focus on the unmet expectations which will affect your attitude, and ultimately, your relationship.

But it doesn't have to be that way if we will just learn to have realistic expectations and let people off the hook. We can avoid a lot of heartache by simply giving people room to be human. We have to accept the fact that nobody is perfect, and even the best people will fail us at times. We have to choose forgiveness because it is not up to anyone in our lives to keep us happy; that is our own responsibility. Too often, we want our mate to cheer us up when we are down; we expect our partner to always be loving and kind. We expect our boss to recognize our hard work and our friends to always be there for us. But those are unrealistic expectations. The perfect spouse does not exist, nor does the perfect boss, nor the perfect friend.  

We would avoid a lot of disappointments by simply understanding that no matter how much we love people, no matter how much they love us, at some point, they won't live up to our expectations, or they will hurt our feelings in some way. 

But when we get our eyes off their shortcomings and on to Jesus, we open the door for His grace and healing in our relationships. We open the door for love which is all that matters in eternity."

There has been lots of cars in my driveway and boys on my couch. I've toyed with bad boys, mamma's boys & country boys. Been broken by a few and broken a few myself. I've never said "I love you" and never had the need. I've been the rebound, the challenge, the fall back and the girlfriend. I've been the mistake & the correction. One day someone will love me for what I've been & what I am, where I've been & where I am; one day, someone will love me for me**

Star Style: Meagan Good

I've always thought Megan Good was gorgeous, but her new short haircut takes her look to a whole new level! The style is chic, crisp, and a definite departure from her super-long look of the past.

I'm contemplating getting this cut in December. Watch this space!!

Friday, 5 August 2011

Just a random thought

I’ve always tried to live my life with the mentality of having no regrets, which has worked out pretty well for me, but there are days when I sometimes wonder if I should have done something differently. It’s usually whenever I am reflecting on relationships in my life, both with guys and with friends.
Sometimes, you just don’t know what people are like until they get too close and it’s too late to take anything back. And while I wouldn’t classify any of these musings as regrets per se, it definitely means there is a little bit of room for some of these doubts to creep into my mind.


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