Last night I had a dream my son met Mufasa.

When I woke up to see the photos on my phone it was not a dream. Mufasa had taken the time to speak to my son.

This post isn’t written to impress you. It’s not even written to be a polished piece. It’s simply a collection of my thoughts as a mother, not a Mom-ager.

Last June my son auditioned to play the role of Mufasa in the Junior Theatre Festival which starts today.

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Most of my post have been about the boy child when it comes to balancing our schedules for the past year, but now his sister is kicking butt and taking names.  We received confirmation this week that Cherrie-Amaya will be walking in the 2018 New York Fashion Week.

(insert pregnant pause)

Okay now you may scream!

This adorable tween girl, my love bug, my baby girl,

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It’s almost game time. Lyft, the fastest-growing rideshare company in the U.S., today announced it has been selected as the official rideshare partner of the Atlanta Football Host Committee, which is responsible for assisting the College Football Playoff with the planning and production of the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship. The committee is turning to Lyft to coordinate transportation for college football fans in early January 2018.

The biggest game of the year is Jan.

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The majority of people walking this earth have found themselves in a reflective state.  Reflecting on this year, this month or maybe even their entire lives.  My family has had a pretty amazing 2017 to say the least.  For sure my son has had the most bang out year.  My husband has been teasing all year that I’ve owned the “Mother of the Year” title and Im gunning for Mom of the Century.  Maybe, but not really.

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The Fresh Market provides inspiration for the New Year with sampling events
Specialty grocer announces schedule of in-store sampling events; celebrates a fresh year with delicious food ideas

The Fresh Market is a specialty grocer focused on providing fresh, delicious food with friendly service in a warm and inviting atmosphere. From seasonally fresh produce to exceptional meat and seafood, signature baked goods and thousands of organic options, The Fresh Market is dedicated to offering guests the most delicious ingredients and inspiring meal solutions.

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I’m an entrepreneur, a small business owner, the little guy or gal just trying to make ends meet.  People like me, we have to go the extra mile.  We stay up 22 plus hours to handcraft a product that our customers have invested in.  We give MORE than what our customers have paid for.  At times we undersell our value just to make the sell.  We anticipate the season of wealth.  This product that we are selling is more than a product. 

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The Ellis Hotel’s Terrace Bistro Unveils Latest Holiday Promotions

Downtown Atlanta farm-to-table hotel restaurant celebrates the
holidays with themed cocktails, menus and specials

I The Ellis Hotel, downtown Atlanta’s only independent hotel, is announcing holiday promotions at their restaurant, the Terrace Bistro. The Terrace Bistro, a farm-to-table restaurant, will be offering winter-themed cocktails, special entrees for New Year’s Eve, and a complimentary entree for winter graduates of Georgia accredited schools.

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Atlanta-Area McDonald’s Giving Away 10-Piece
Chicken McNuggets® on Uber Eats

On December 13, customers who order a 10-piece McNuggets on Uber Eats will only have to pay a booking fee

ATLANTA (December 11, 2017) – On December 13, Atlanta-area McDonald’s are offering customers the opportunity to dive into an order of 10-piece Chicken McNuggets when they place a McDelivery order using the Uber Eats app. While there is no charge for the order of McNuggets,

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Tonight my family and I went to see the Black Nativity at the South West Arts center.  As lovers of musical theatre we were excited to experience this play.  The first time we saw this show was about seven years ago on a daytime field trip with my son’s school.  I vaguely remembered the show being really good with great music.  Fast forward to tonight.

I had been watching the audition clips on director,

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I have been avoiding writing this post for weeks at this point.

Outside of the reality that I’m busy, I have no other excuse for not writing this sooner.  For the past three months, I’ve been the mother of Agwe, the God of Water.  Now I must admit, it’s been kind of cool being the Mother of a God, but this came with some interesting challenges and moments of self-discovery.

Over the past four years,

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