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Taking the day off!



New cd “Nu Revolution” available April 19th. And they’re touring!

I can’t wait!

In the meantime, I am wearing out my iPod with “Liberte”.

Enjoy your weekend!

Love comes when manipulation stops; when you think more about the other person than about his or her reactions to you. When you dare to reveal yourself fully. When you dare to be vulnerable. – Dr. Joyce Brothers

I don’t know if men like vulnerability in women or not but I think it takes a very secure person to be vulnerable. To let someone see your weaknesses is a sign of trust and insecure people are incapable of being that real. funforaday

Even though I am strong, I relish his protectiveness. Even though I am capable, I treasure the things he does for me. Even though I am decisive, I value our collaborations, which lead to even greater results. Even though I am creative, I “wiggle and giggle” when he thoughtfully creates a date for us and makes it a special event, full of surprises. Patty

The lack of or failure to show vulnerability is the result of baggage. It leads to poor choices, a victim mentality, and a cycle of struggle. It is the mark of defeat.

Expressing vulnerability while possessing no strength at all, shows insecurity and neediness. It expends a lot of energy leading to unfortunate choices and may create a victim. It is a negative indication weakness.

Feminine vulnerability is effortless for the woman who possesses true strength. Because she does her part, her choices are solid and she succeeds regardless of outcome.

Everyone’s got emotional baggage; the question is, what are you doing to unpack that trunk and put it away, so your lovers, friends and relatives don’t have to keep tripping over it?  – Shari Schreiber

With intelligence and a solid plan B, trust.

With discretion and compassion, be honest.

With discernment and wisdom, surrender.

Intelligence, resourcefulness, discretion, compassion, discernment, and wisdom – in these attributes lie a woman’s true strength. Unyielding independence is not strength. It is a female approximation of masculinity. It is unattractive. And it is baggage.

Put it down.

Be open. Extend a compliment. Express fear. Show gratitude. Ask for help.

Expect abundance.

Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious, boastful, arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way. It is not irritable or resentful. It does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. (1 Cor 13:4-7)

A genuine smile positively affects everyone in your vicinity and you reap some pretty decent benefits as well.


  1. Makes you instantly attractive
  2. Alters a bad mood
  3. Is contagious
  4. Relieves stress
  5. Boosts your immune system
  6. Lowers your blood pressure
  7. Releases endorphins, natural pain killers and serotonin
  8. Lifts the face and makes you look younger
  9. Makes you appear successful
  10. Helps you to stay positive

from Top 10 Reasons to Smile

Try to smile more often. With all of the positives, it certainly can’t hurt 🙂

Sellout – to compromise one’s principles in exchange for money, success, or personal gain; to betray a cause (to which you have subscribed) for personal advancement.

Bougie – short for bourgeois; middle or upper class; any class that is perceived as higher from a lower class perspective.

Bourgeois – from Old French; originally referred to a member of the property-owning class or a capitalist; currently refers to the middle-class and/or middle-class values.

These terms are generally spoken by those who are less than – people who are stagnant.

On a planet which constantly turns, where the natural order is toward growth, and in time that waits for no one, to be stagnant equals death.

Keeping it real literally means staying true to yourself or being authentic.

How others define you is absolutely irrelevant.

How you define yourself is colossal.

Let your manners speak, your deeds prove and your delivery impress. – Yogi Tea tag