Saturday, August 31, 2013

Current Faves: August 2013 ♥


IG Moment: A sunset I captured during a road trip last week. Absolutely breathtaking, and I still don't feel like the picture did it justice.

 
Beauty product(s): 
  • Dollar Store nail polishes...who knew quality could be so inexpensive!
  • Moroccan Argan Oil body lotion

Healthy treat: Yummy fruit smoothies, especially this Chocolate Banana Berry Protein Smoothie {via Fit Sugar}.

Style Icon: Blogger, Natalie Live at Case of the Tiny Closet. Her style is just so femme chic, carefree and casual all at once with a hint of masculinity...and I absolutely love it. 


Song: 'Fashion Killa' x A$AP Rocky. Even though this song is kind of "old", I literally listen to this track every single day...at least twice.



Guilty pleasure: The Kardashians/Jenners. I blame my attachment to this family (and all their dysfunction and imperfections) on one of my best friends' insane obsession with Kim K.

That sums up my August faves! 
What are your current obsessions?

Besos,
Chymere Anais
SHARE:

Soundtrack Saturdays: Vol. 66 {Vinyl Shopping}

{Photo by: Chymere A.}

Since music is one of the few things I splurge on, I spent some time this week perusing my favorite artistic parts of the city in attempts to update my vinyl collection.  It's been a long time, maybe a few years, since my last purchase; the trip was long overdue.  The turntable I have access to is actually pretty ancient, so it's also probably time to consider replacing it.  I like building my vinyl collection, not necessarily to add what I don't already have stored on my iPod and computer or in my books of CDs, but just because I really like the sound and feel of them.

I went to Mood's Music, which is in the Little 5 Points area of Atlanta.  By the way, if any of you are interested in vinyl record collecting, online shopping is available for shipping and in store pick-up. That option is pretty legit, because for the albums I could not spot, I was able to purchase online.  It sure does make things a whole lot easier, especially if you already know what you want and don't feel like physically browsing through such large selections of titles in the actual store.

So here's what I picked up: 
  1. A Tribe Called Quest-Beats, Rhymes, & Life
  2. Aloe Blacc-Shine Through 
  3. Terri Lyne Carrington-The Mosaic Project
  4. The Foreign Exchange-Authenticity 
Surprised that I haven't thought of this earlier, but I've been wanting to add 'Vinyl Shopping/Updates' as a subcategory of the 'Soundtrack Saturdays' series, which is an idea I've adapted from Anthony Fantano's awesome music-centric b/vlog, The Needle Drop. I haven't decided how often I want to do it, but I think it's a fun way to show off what I'm listening to, as well as give the blog's audience a closer look at my own ever-growing music collection. 

Besos,
Chymere Anais


SHARE:

Thursday, August 29, 2013

College Guide to Saving Money This School Year

College can be a tough time to learn about financial planning and a rather opportune time to be completely broke. In light of the back-to-school season, I've created this short and simple guide to penny pinching and making smart choices to save more money. 

Be sure to also check out other college guides by clicking the links provided:

{image source.}


#1. Cooking vs. dining out. Most dorms aren't equipped with kitchens, so this may not be an option for many people.  However, over time, a freshman may befriend upperclassmen who live in off campus apartments and are willing to facilitate cooking sessions. Plan movie nights and offer to cook dinner if everyone contributes to buying groceries.  This helps eliminate the cost of always going out to eat and spending unnecessary money.
Tip: Always stay later to help clean up as a token of courtesy and appreciation.  
#2. Study.Work.Play. Juggling a job and a course load may be difficult for some students, especially those who are in athletics and/or other student organizations. However, time management is essential and finding a good balance is one of the most important things to learn about being in the real world.  Financial aid also assist students through work study programs.
Tip: Employers always pay attention to students who are able to work while in school because it shows how well-rounded they are. 
#3. Find a side hustle.  What are you good at that can be of service to others? For example, if you are good at math, you can sign up to be a paid tutor at elementary, middle, and high schools in the area.  Do/cut hair in your dorm room. Edit papers. Join Mary Kay and host fun, skin care classes with your friends.  Only do services for free as a one-time demonstration of its value. 

#4. Use alternative ways to obtain the books you need for class. College textbooks in campus bookstores tend to be overpriced and usually cannot be resold at the same price. Sometimes college towns have used bookstores, such as Ed McKay's in Greensboro, NC, that have the same books at a lesser price. Research websites that allow you to rent books. Another option is to borrow books from students who have previously taken the class, which can always be done efficiently via social media platforms like Twitter. 
Tip: Websites like Chegg.com allow you to rent textbooks at discounted rates. 
#5. Budgeting.  Even if you are one of the fortunate students, who receive money from mom and dad every month, it's important to be able to budget your money.  Prioritize and use what is left over as play money. On the weekends, plan how much you're willing to spend.  For instance, you and your friends want to spend Saturday night out.  The itinerary is movies, dinner, and a party. Configure the potential cost, know how much you want to spend at each place and don't go over that. 
Tip: If the budget is a little tight, explain to your friends that you can't accept the invitation. The best/real friends will bring the party to you when they know you really want to go out, but aren't able to. Remember that.
#6. Avoid impulse shopping.   This is something I'm still learning how to manage, but there is definitely a huge difference in how I spend my money now vs. how I did when I was 18 with no responsibilities.  Now, I'm cautious of ill thought out purchases.  It's a lot of things that can wait, things that aren't needed in that very moment. This is guaranteed way to save money for those days you really do need it and wished you hadn't spent it on a new pair of shoes.
Tip: Never shop for groceries when you're hungry. 

That's all I have for now.  If anyone, who is currently in school or has already graduated and has anything to add, please leave your piece of advice in the comment section below! All the feedback is appreciated! 

Chymere Anais
SHARE:

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Career. Marriage. Motherhood. Pick 2..Now 1.

The other day, I sparked an interesting topic of discussion on Twitter: 

"Ladies: Career. Marriage. Motherhood.  If you had to choose, what choice would you make? Pick 2...then pick only 1." view conversation

For me, it would definitely be marriage and career.  If I marry my best friend/lover/soulmate and have a wonderful booming career that I've created for myself, but no children, I'd personally be okay with that.  The ones who participated picked motherhood, marriage, and just motherhood, and it's nothing wrong with those options either. Being that my career is my focus at the moment, my choice of 1 would easily be career without hesitation, but that answer, in my book, can change, eventually.  

Of course, I'd like to believe that a woman can have it all in one lifetime, however, I'm conditioned to feel like she has to sacrifice one in order to have the other to have a quality lifestyle.  And if she were to acquire all three in one lifetime, it would be given in increments, not all at once.  I feel that if a woman tries to juggle the 3, playing the role of mother, wife, and boss lady, she would automatically lack in one role, whether it is subconsciously or not, because it's not possible to give undivided attention to all those things at one time, at least as far as my opinion goes. 

Now, I am not referring to a woman 

  1. that has the perfect love, amazing/healthy children, and just a normal job with benefits, 
  2. a husband she tolerates, children, and a job she loves, 
  3. children with the man she truly loves and having a job she hates, nor 
  4. that is successful in a career that is only an extension of his career. 


All of those are situations where one thing was sacrificed to have the [wholeness of] the other. Taking a job that she has learned to appreciate that gives her enough time off to spend with family (that doesn't necessarily have anything to do with her degree-if she has earned one) is different from going into the field that she dreamed about and worked for her entire life.  Having a husband you tolerate is clearly not the same as marrying your true love.  Happens all the time, because people settle and then convince themselves that the life they settle for is the life they've always wanted.  Granted, plans, as well as what you thought you wanted,  can change and that is understandable. 

Pop culture loves to include Beyonce in this conversation so let's do just that.  Both Beyonce and Jay-Z took the time to establish their careers before marriage or a child came in the picture.  At what I assume to be the peak of their individual careers, a place where both of them have much more free reign than they started with, is when a child came in the picture.  There was no rush factor and I think the issue with that comparison is that most women are rushing and want things to happen back to back, all at once, and it almost never works that way.  

Do I believe one can have it all? Absolutely, just not all at once.  There comes a point in someone's career that they are able to have more free time than when they started out. There comes a time in a child's life where they gain a sort of independence and a mother isn't needed as much as she was in the first few years. Sometimes a married couple will have the career and family conversations early on and accept that one may have to wait.  In that case, having it all becomes a possibility.  It could go a little something like this: "Let's wait to start a family until your business gets off the ground or until you finish your schooling."  or like this "We can start a family earlier if you don't mind putting your career on hold until the baby starts kindergarten?"  Conversations like that make it a little easier to navigate all the roles or desires one woman has. 

Do you think a woman can have it all? 
Which would you choose if you had to?  

-Chymere A.
SHARE:

Friday, August 23, 2013

Organic Living | Restart

The whole point of this organic living was to just live well, make healthier choices, and take my time in doing so. It goes beyond eating; it's also the kind of environment I'm dwelling in, what I'm using on my skin/hair, and products I use on an everyday basis.  It's a certain awareness that I'm tapping into for the sole purpose of investing in the creation of a all around better lifestyle. 

I admit, I haven't been keeping up with a healthy eating plan.  Although I'm not a health nut who obsesses over calorie amount and probably never will be, it's good to pay attention to what I'm allowing to enter my body without becoming obsessive. There are weeks where I'm doing really good with preparing balanced meals and healthy snacking in between, with a reduced amount of junk food and sweets. On the other hand, there are times, especially on the weekend, where I'm not exactly eating how I should and that includes going back to meat eating.  My alternative vice will more than likely be sweet treats, but it's okay to indulge in moderation.  I'm still juicing, still exercising regularly, but it's up to me to fully commit to what I've set out to do and get the entire thing right. 

Today, I'm restarting my vegetarian journey.  I've cut out most meat choices since the beginning of the year, but I haven't completely stopped eating chicken and seafood. Beef and most red meat aren't in my diet regularly, so that part won't be hard.  Hopefully, this time I won't crave chicken as much and will spend more time preparing, cooking, and shopping for my own meals, since no one in my household is not on this journey with me.  It's a bit challenging when I'm making delectable steaks for my dad, but it's not impossible to cook meat for my family and not for myself.  When they can see how serious I am, they may be more inclined to making better food choices as well.

This is the beginning of many health conscious years to come.


SHARE:

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Game of Thrones

Up until yesterday afternoon, I had no clue what a graphic novel was.  Initially, as I flipped through the pages of my new book, I immediately wanted to switch it with the copy that was just words.  With high expectations to dive into a normal picture-less novel, I was a little taken back by what appeared to be a never ending comic book. Prematurely, I assumed it would be hard to follow.  It had been years since I'd read comics and it wasn't my intention to start again now.  Slowly, I began to admire the artwork and before I knew it, I was held captive for 2-3 hours.  In one sitting, without even realizing it, I finished Vol. 1 (a total of 6 issues) of Game of Thrones.  

This book is fascinating to me, because it's a world I've never held much interest in up until this point.  The plot has a lot of flashback points that cause the reader to have to reference back to previous points, but the more you get into it, the better it is.  To me, it is a page turner, so full of intricate, compelling story lines and mystical characters. I was unexpectedly, yet completely blown away by the author (George R. R. Martin) and the illustrator's (Tommy Patterson) brilliant use of imagination and dialogue. Now, after reading the first book, I completely understand the hype. And there is no way I'm stopping here.

So far, I'm taking a liking to Jon Snow, Arya Stark, and oddly enough, the sarcastic and witty little Tyrion Lannister. ..Oh and Daenerys Targaryen (Khalees!). Careful not to spoil anything for others who may be interested in crossing over to "the dark side", I won't go into elaborate details for each character, but I will say that I believe each character has a layer of me embedded in them, which is usually the driving force behind audience and character connections

Outside of Twilight and Lord of the Rings, maybe even Star Wars, I've never been a huge fan of science fiction.  That all changed the moment I opened this book.  It's that incredible. Not only am I on a mission to finish the entire book series, I feel inclined...obligated even...to reading the original novels, watching the TV series, participating in nerdy G.O.T. forums, and become heavily consumed with all aspects of King's Landing and its inhabitants. Okay, maybe my new born obsession won't be that serious, but according to the Preface, no two ways of expressing the storyline are the same, so I'm curious to know the differences and how the same story is being told through its multi artistic mediums. So yes, Mr. Martin and all who helped create this epic fantasy, this book has definitely served as a gateway drug for me.

"Winter is coming."

Besos,
Chymere Anais




SHARE:

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Soundtrack Saturdays: Vol. 64 {Round Here}


I'm such a southern gal at heart...
and the fact that I love this song is proof!

Florida Georgia Line is an incredible, relatively new country duo. This song has great energy, fun lyrics, and I think Bryan Kelly is so handsome!  It immediately puts me in a good, Saturday night dancing mood and has definitely been added to my happy songs play list [below are 10 songs from my happy songs playlist, in the event that I haven't done an SS for that already]. If you haven't heard the feature song before, enjoy your listening experience. I hope my happy songs at least put a smile on your face as well!

Besos,
Chymere Anais

Happy Songs Play list:
  1. What a Wonderful World x Louis Armstrong
  2. P.Y.T. x Michael Jackson
  3. Better Today x Ne-yo
  4. Unwritten x Natalie Beddingfield
  5. Put Your Records On x Corinne Bailey Rae
  6. Knee Deep x Zack Brown Band
  7. Breezin' x George Benson
  8. Treasure x Bruno Mars
  9. Lighthouse x Lucy Spraggan
  10. Radar Detector x Darwin Deez





SHARE:

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Link Catalogue + Fall 2013 Wishlist

It's been a while since I've done link catalogue and there have been so many things worth sharing in the past few months, so the list is pretty long.  I also combined my short and sweet fall wish list, because it just seemed like a good idea, so here it goes:

::Link Catalogue #7::

  • See what Forbes Magazine has to say about the biggest mistakes and surprises most young adults encounter in their 20's. Read the article here.
  • I'm extremely proud of my friend and accountability partner, Nik for launching her fabulous, fashion-forward blog and making major career moves in the ambitious city of New York.
  • Whenever I move into my own place, I'm going to use this theme and this trendy detail for home decor inspiration.
  • Have you recently made your mark as a working woman? Are you a college student finally gaining experience in your career field? Refer to these tips from Love, Darbie to help make your journey a lot smoother.
  • True love is freedom. GG Renee said it best here
  • To satisfy my itch for a fresh, summer ice cream, I'm attempting this strawberry shortcake ice cream recipe this weekend.
  • My Fab Fico is new go-to guide to financial freedom.  The best and outstanding aspect of this blog is the fact that it was created for women like me by two financially savvy women like me.
  • Now I better understand the balance of passion and practicality and how to make both work in a way that makes sense to me.  Kimberly broke down the separation of those two forces that can either work together or clash.

::Fall 2013 Wishlist:: 




SHARE:

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Fly Away...

Recently, I've developed a strange appetite for stability. 

This probably happened as a result of frustration. I spent a majority of my adulthood giving into my free spirited instincts, however, my impulse actions and irrational decisions have, thus far, proven to be unsuccessful. Moving from place to place, doing what I want, but not really accomplishing much to brag about. Honestly, I don't know if it's me talking or the voices of a society based stigma regarding people who create their own path. I used to cringe at the thought of "stability". Either way, I still want to be proud of something...something that shows me, if no one else, what I'm capable of. 

The ground I'm standing on has been shaken a little bit these past few months, so now, more than anything, I just want to be rooted.  I've been wanting to find a place where I can establish my career foundation independently and build an amazing, fulfilling life for myself...and possibly even a place where love will find me, so that the empires we've built individually can merge into one.  Not to intentionally sound bizarre by contradicting what I told myself a while ago about finding contentment where I am, but I'm starting to believe that my own personal happiness has a lot more to do with geography than I thought. 

As I'm sitting here with a one-way flight confirmation email staring at me and taunting my lack of courage invading my happy thoughts, I start to feel a little uneasy, a little confused about something that I was so sure about just months ago.  Am I prepared enough? Should I cancel? Should I redecorate my room and just get comfortable where I'm free of most of my financial responsibilities?  Should I wait it out and stay for another year? Would leaving be a huge mistake? The bigger question is: where did the hesitation come from? What happened to the resilient, confident, bigger-than-life girl [sans inhibitions] who had incredible faith that things would work out for her good?  I miss her. I need her to remind me of the dream I'm starting to forget.

One of my accountability partners is always checking up on the progress of my plans, as any good accountability partner would do.  A few months ago, she moved to her dream city, NYC, and even though things have been less than perfect, she's taking a bite out of the "big apple" and sticking it out on her own. For her, this is where she belongs.  Several bloggers and friends have also done the same thing by relocating for different reasons. I'm proud and inspired by them all, but in this moment, I will admit to being a bit envious. I was probably given ample amount of opportunities and resources to make that move happen, but I'm still here wishing and waiting while the clock keeps ticking.

Now that I've gotten all that off my chest and into the universe, I seriously think it's time to re-navigate where my energy is going.

Besos,
Chymere Anais
SHARE:

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Currently.

♥ In Love with: the fact that no matter where or how far I go, I'll always have a place to call home...where there is an overflow of genuine love and substance...always a place where I will be cared for, protected, and comfortable. Not everyone can say that, so it really is a blessing. 

 Obsessing over:  getting my finances/credit in order! It's so stressful, but I just know later on down the line, perhaps when I'm looking to purchase my first house, I'll thank myself for it.

♥ Working On: starting the #31writenow project on the blog.  I really haven't been posting much, so I think it would be a nice challenge to attempt to write something everyday for 31 days. Outside of that and business projects, I'm working on simply being a better person on all levels and staying positive through all situations. It's not an easy task...but, as stated, I am working on it. 

 Favorite Words:   "Lately I've been thinking about who I want to love, and how I want to love, and why I want to love the way I want to love, and what I need to learn to love that way, and how I need to become the kind of love I want to be.  And when I break it all down, when I whittle it into a single breath, it essentially comes out like this: before I die, I want to be somebody's favorite hiding place, the place they can put everything they need to survive, every secret, every solitude, every nervous prayer, and be absolutely certain I will keep it safe. I will keep it safe."-Andrea Gibson . 

I have really been allowing this quote to guide me this year...at least in the past couple of months.  I was advised to read more of Andrea Gibson's work, because her words are so profound and thought provoking. I am completely captivated by this statement, because it resonates well with my own thoughts. This is exactly how I want to live/love.

 Favorite Visual:  Good ole American football on my TV screen again! Let's go Cowboys!!!

 Favorite Sound:  my dog softly snoring while she's sleep. I don't know why, but it's just as soothing as rain is to me. 

♥ Anticipating :  Christmas. As soon as fall hits, for some reason, I'm automatically in Christmas mode The other day, I went inside an Ulta store and smelled a candle that smelled just like the holidays. The name of it was Firewood, I believe. The point is, that sparked my pre-mature thoughts about the holidays this year. 

 Thinking about:  the lessons I learned in this week alone and how to properly apply them to my everyday life. 

 Over the Moon aboutThe 3 month life reset presented by KimberlyLuxe. I've turned this 12-step program into an annual tradition and I'm so excited about doing it again this year, which I may need to start on as early as next week. Last year when I participated, it felt so good to dig deep inside the hidden crevices and reevaluate each area my life.  I felt so refreshed when it was all said and done.  

 Dreaming Of:  California. Update: It's not happening as soon as I thought, but still something I'm working towards constantly.  

Besos,
Chymere Anais
SHARE:

Soundtrack Saturdays: Vol. 63 {Won't Wake Up From This Dream}


The talented and oh so beautiful singer/song-writer Bridget Kelly, also known as BK, is a relatively new artist, but is already taking the world by storm. This New York native first graced the music scene with her song 'Special Delivery' and in 2013 she's back with 'Street Dreamin' featuring Kendrick Lamar on the track. It's cool that the video was shot in the same city as the college I went to.  I really love this song, I love her voice, and I look forward to seeing how she takes off in her career.
SHARE:

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Soundtrack Saturdays: Vol. 62 {Hip-Hop Summer}

This has been a stellar summer for hip-hop nation.  Between Born Sinner/Truly Yours III, The Gifted, and MCHG, a collective statement has definitely been made with great effort and creativity.  Yeezus was in the mix too, but I personally wasn't thrilled about his level of artistry on this album.  Each one offered something different and unique to the individual artist, enough to tell their full and very personal stories, in my opinion. Other rappers, such as Machine Gun Kelly, Pastor Troy, Mac Miller, and Fabolous dropped albums also that didn't hit the airwaves nearly as much, but I'm anxious to them check out. Overall, it's been a summer era of pretty epic content when it comes to hip-hop. 

J. Cole was very honest on this album, very open as well.  It painted a picture of him on a very personal and still a very powerful level. I was definitely thrilled to see a third sequel to the Truly Yours series. Wale was poetic. As signature Wale, he offers an audience clarity through well-written poetic verse and smooth beat/melody combinations. In addition to that, he changes tempo and never exits without an homage to the live band sounds of GoGo music. Jay-Z came with a different approach this time.  It was on the same level as his classics, but the content was so fresh and new. It was a light I never saw him in.  In a way, it tied all the albums together and flowed into an introduction to a new chapter, a certain level of success, in his life and career. And the whole deal with Galaxy only proves once again that he's a genius.  All summer, my stereo hasn't caught a break from the heavy rotation of these 3 ground-breaking albums; it was only right that I did the 3 reviews in one. 

All I have to say is thank you, on behalf of the entire hip-hop community.

-Chymere A.


SHARE:

Friday, August 2, 2013

Simple Freedom Friday: This Too Shall Pass

This week so far has been the week of battle for me; disaster after disaster of fighting tears, testing limits, and dealing with the present consequences of monsters I've created in the past. At some point, I compared the fiasco to some of my personal toughest days and seeing how much stronger those times made me, it is perfectly clear that this too shall pass. Surprisingly enough that simple 4 letter cliche has been my lifeline, elevating me to another level of understanding and stopping me from caving in completely.  It played like a broken record in my head. Every time it echoed in the midst of my whirlwind of thoughts, it would make me question myself 'How can you allow some of your worst days to get the best of you?' and after a couple of deep breaths, I'd find my way back to earth.  

Knowing that the valley is preparation for the mountain top is my simple freedom...

The main thing I am learning now is that the separation of where I am and where I want to be is a process, a process I have to trust in order to reach certain levels.  There is so much I don't say here on the blog and I do that for a reason, because if I'm down, I can still act as leverage to push people up, rather than pulling them down with me.  I haven't set it up to be a platform to discourage people. It's not even about fear of vulnerability; It's realizing that challenges come and go in every arena for all of us, even though some feel like they have come and never left.  Ups, downs, perils, joys are all apart of the life cycle. It is up to us, in our own human experience, to be able to become aware of those moments and fully embrace them as they come.  In hard times, it's so hard to be positive and hope for the best, but I am  still learning. The fact that I am willing to learn is progression in itself...and thank God for progression.   

I have a new motivation to completely turn things around for myself.  The key is to keep the momentum going, stay focused, stay consistent, and stay motivated...and things will start to fall into place.  



Besos,
Chymere Anais


For more about how you can participate in Simple Freedom Fridays
visit GG Renee's blog at All the Many Layers
SHARE:

Thursday, August 1, 2013

This Too Shall Pass

This week so far has been the week of battle for me; disaster after disaster of fighting tears, testing limits, and dealing with the present consequences of monsters I've created in the past. At some point, I compared the fiasco to some of my personal toughest days and seeing how much stronger those times made me, it is perfectly clear that this too shall pass

Surprisingly enough that simple 4 letter cliche has been my lifeline, elevating me to another level of understanding and stopping me from caving in completely.  It played like a broken record in my head. Every time it echoed in the midst of my whirlwind of thoughts, it would make me question myself 'How can you allow some of your worst days to get the best of you?' and after a couple of deep breaths, I'd find my way back to earth.  

Knowing that the valley is preparation for the mountain top is my simple freedom...

The main thing I am learning now is that the separation of where I am and where I want to be is a process, a process I have to trust in order to reach certain levels.  There is so much I don't say here on the blog and I do that for a reason, because if I'm down, I can still act as leverage to push people up, rather than pulling them down with me.  I haven't set it up to be a platform to discourage people. It's not even about fear of vulnerability; It's realizing that challenges come and go in every arena for all of us, even though some feel like they have come and never left.  

Ups, downs, perils, joys are all apart of the life cycle. It is up to us, in our own human experience, to be able to become aware of those moments and fully embrace them as they come.  In hard times, it's so hard to be positive and hope for the best, but I am  still learning. The fact that I am willing to learn is progression in itself...and thank God for progression.   

I have a new motivation to completely turn things around for myself.  The key is to keep the momentum going, stay focused, stay consistent, and stay motivated...and things will start to fall into place.  

♥ @ChymereA


For more about how you can participate in Simple Freedom Fridays
visit GG Renee's blog at All the Many Layers
SHARE:
© Chymere Anais | All rights reserved.
Blogger Template Created by Chymere A./Sky Box Suite Creative Solutions