THIS IS JUST A VIDEO OF ME AT MY DESK, DANIELA AND I WERE JUST FOOLING AROUND WITH MY CAMERA, MY DAUGHTER BOUGHT ME THE CAMERA AND I JUST DISCOVERE THAT IT HAS VIDEO ON IT.......HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
20 October 2014
02 June 2014
These are recent pictures of my Dad, Niece, Nephew and big sister. My Dad went to visit my sister and her family in Florida. My sister sent me these picture, I haven't seen my Dad in a few years and it was really great receiving these pictures.......Love you all my family!!!!
12 March 2014
Dennis Brown biography
SynopsisDennis Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1957. Hailed as a child prodigy and called the "Michael Jackson of reggae," Brown was just 12 years old when he recorded his first album, No Man is an Island, which included the hit single of the same name. Largely hailed as "reggae's king" following Bob Marley's death in 1981, Brown recorded nearly 80 albums over his 30-year career. His addiction to cocaine contributed to his early death on July 1, 1999.
Early CareerBorn as Dennis Emmanuel Brown on February 1, 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica. Dubbed by Bob Marley as his successor and called the "Crown Prince" of reggae, Brown was just 12 years old when he created his first hit single, "No Man is an Island." He recorded the song at the famed Studio One Records in 1969, as part of his album of the same name.
Brown had begun working toward a music career three years prior to the release of No Man is an Island; at the age of 9, he had begun singing with Byron Lee and the Dragonaires. During concerts, the young Brown stood atop beer boxes so that he could be seen. In 1968, He had caught the attention of Studio One sound system operator Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, and soon began recording at the studio, where Bob Marley had carved out his sound several years before. During an amazing two-day session, Brown recorded two albums: No Man Is an Island and If I Follow My Heart.
Commercial SuccessIn 1971, Brown released Super Reggae & Soul Hits, which featured a more mature sound and pushed Brown to stardom. His silky, smooth voice endeared him to listeners and record executives, and as his stature grew, so did the demands from record producers who wanted to tap into his success. Over his nearly 30-year career, Brown churned out 80 albums for some 40 different recording labels. His hits include "Some Like It Hot," "Cassandra," "Westbound Train," "My Time," "How Could I Leave" and "Ghetto Girl." His 1972 single, "In My Pocket," landed among the U.K.'s Top 10.
Brown's career mirrored the changes in reggae music, from lovers' rock to dancehall, to digital. With each change, the easy sounding musician seemed to effortlessly transition. In 1994, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for the album Light My Fire.
Following Bob Marley's death in 1981, many assumed that Brown, who for a time moved to London after signing with A&M Records, would pick up the torch as reggae's leading man. The result, however, was a mediocre stab at pop reggae and the release of three poorly received albums.
Later YearsAs Brown transitioned into the 1980s, his drug of choice changed from marijuana to cocaine. He was never able to kick his cocaine habit, which contributed to his early death on July 1, 1999 in Kingston, Jamaica. Just two months before he died, Brown, who fathered 13 children during his lifetime, had been arrested in Brazil for possession of drugs.
Despite his personal issues, Brown continued to make the recording studio his second home until his death.
During the final year of his life, he released three records, and had been working on a fourth when he passed.
In an interview with National Public Radio, Damien Marley, Bob Marley's son, spoke about Dennis Brown's legacy: "He was one of those persons who made it cool to smile in reggae music. When I listen to his music, I can hear that he really loved singing. It almost sounds like he smiles while he's singing."
15 April 2013
I really can't believe that is has been 31 years since I graduated from High School. I was invited to one of my girlfriend's birthday party on Saturday, April 13, 2013, and it was a reunion as well, it was so amazing to see some of the ladies we went to school with, it was great to see them, I haven't seen some of these ladies in 31 years....All I can say is "WOW"....we look look lovely.....
11 April 2013
I changed my hair again, I am loving this one as well, my hairdresser Peggy did my hair on Saturday, April 6, 2013, and I asked her to cut them real short, because as you all know I am so accustomed to wearing my hair very short, as I think it looks so much better on me. Anyways, I did it in golden blonde, and needless to say I have gotten tons of compliments since I got it done. The pictures are below, please ENJOY!!!.
21 March 2013
Ok, I completed this Circle Jacket, at first i was hesitant to make it because when I saw it on the model, I said to myself, "it would never look this good on me" but in any event I went ahead and made it and it came out wonderfully. I got the pattern from "Drops Design" website, I also used Red Heart yarn for this project....Enjoy the photo.
20 March 2013
13 March 2013
Ok, now, my best friend back in our school days, her name is Angie, but we called her Jean, decided that she was gonna send me a picture of myself when I was in high school. Now, of course, when I saw the picture I was so taken a back I could not contain myself with laughter, I thought that I looked so tiny, and my hair-style was something to be desired. I might be wrong, but when you all get to see the picture which is below, I think it was so funny seeing myself back then what I really looked like, some of my friends on Facebook thought the pictures was so "cute" but I beg to differ..."lol" In any event, take a look below and you will see, now the boy beside me in the picture was a boy that gave the such a hard time back in school, he liked me so much, and I would not give him the time of day, because I just wasn't ready for the boyfriend, girlfriend thing......."lol", he was so handsome, but if I knew then what I knew now, he would probable be my husband and the father of what would have been our many children (not)..."lol.....Enjoy the picture.
28 February 2013
I have decided that it is time for a new hairstyle. I have always worn my hair very short, and I am now getting to the stage where I want a change, I just got tired of seeing myself the same way for years. Now, what I will be doing, is taking pictures of myself with my new hair and the progress that my hair have made. So the first picture is below. The sides will be very short and the top will be much longer. I will be braiding my hair for a protective style and I will be posting a picture of that when I get it done.
These are blankets that I am working on at the moment, I like to keep myself real busy, so if I get tired of working on one, I change to the other. I got two of these patterns off Youtube, and the Entrelac one, I had the pattern for a while. I will definitely post pictures of them when they are all complete, but in the meantime, please enjoy.
28 October 2012
10 August 2012
03 August 2012
I made this blanket with the scrap yarn I had laying around the house, I tried to put the colors together so that they look coordinated. It worked up real fast, and it was completed July 31st, 2012. I used all WW yarn for this project.
21 July 2012
17 June 2012
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21 May 2012
02 February 2012
24 January 2012
26 November 2011
I just completed this sweater, I used RH yarn for this project. I got the pattern from a book called "CROCHET THAT FITS" by Mary Jane Hall. I love all the patterns in her book and they are so very easy to make.
15 September 2011
01 September 2011
These items flew off my hooks for your eyes.......I got the patterns for the halter tops from Double Stitch Twins website, and the caron top is from simply caron website.
They were so easy to make and quite enjoyable.