I’ve been playing around with Wordle. This was generated by the content of KatinaRaeStapleton.com.
I think it is cool.
When I was in elementary school, I was teased all the time about my dancing. My own family said I had no rhythm and danced like a bunny rabbit. My mom broke down and got me private dance lessons (that’s how I mastered the two step). But my real dance training came from watching Soul Train. I was heartbroken to hear that Don Cornelius had died. Soul Train meant a lot to me personally, but it also was a milestone for African Americans on television. Here was an outlet where we could see ourselves express ourselves through dance.
Here’s to you Don Cornelius, may you find the peace you were looking for.
I love tv almost as much as I love books. The fall tv premiere season is very exciting for me. Seeing my favorite characters return is in some ways like reuniting with old friends. The first thing I want to do is catch up on the gossip.
Does Beckett know Castle is in love with her?
Is Hetty really a long-lost member of a crime family?
Will somebody fire Meredith for her unethical (though well meaning) medical practices?
Will House keep going down the drain now that Cuddy dumped him?
The suspense is killing me. How about you?
I’m sitting here watching Fox 5 DC’s profile on Chuck Brown. It warms my heart that DC’s own has finally been nominated for a Grammy for his song LOVE featuring Jill Scott with Marcus Miller in the category Best R&B Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocals
Wind Me Up Chuck!
To view Fox Story on Chuck click here.
I am easily amused. But I think that this is something that any pop culture (or sports) fan will think is simply HILARIOUS! Check out Shaq posing as Beyonce for Halloween!