Walk With God And You Will Reach Your Destination!

Want to skydive (with a professional)?  Do it.  Want to visit five countries in one month?  Do it.  Others may not like the choices you make for your life…but it is your life.  Living a life of “What If?” is living a life unfulfilled.  Live unapologetically (but legally lol).  Just Do It.

 

On This Day In 1991, The Critically Acclaimed Movie “Thelma & Louise” Debuted In Theaters

Thelma & Louise

Thelma & Louise is the story of a meek housewife joining her independent friend on a short fishing trip gone awry.  Now considered a landmark feminist film, Thelma & Louise broke the traditional road movie script by replacing typical male leads with two women.  It was controversial at the time of its release.

Actresses Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon played the characters Thelma and Louise, respectively.

This is, hands down, one of my favorite films.  I watched as Thelma found mental strength and confidence.  I could not have been more inspired.

The film was selected for preservation by the National Film Registry in 2016, noted as being “culturally, historically and aesthetically significant.

Thelma & Louise is such an important film.  It is both classic and revolutionary.

Are you Thelma or Louise?

Day Dreaming Is A Form Of Planning!

When we day-dream our minds take us places that seem to be “dream accessible” only.  But, this world was built by dreamers.  Keep a mental picture of what you want, where you would like to go and plan.  Once you have plans, take the necessary action to bring the dream into fruition.

Believe in the magic of life!

Kiko Davis, The Only Black Female Bank Owner In The US, Believes In Collaboration Over Competition

Kiko Davis Rolling Out

“No matter how great a player you may be, you can’t win unless you build a great team.” ~Kiko Davis

Kiko Davis is the trustee of the Donald Davis Living Trust, the majority stockholder of First Independence Bank, the 10th largest African-American owned bank in the United States, as well as founder and president of the Don Davis Legacy Foundation.  Her late husband, Don Davis, was a musician and producer.  Together the pair rebuilt the struggling First Independence Bank.

Kiko’s philanthropic efforts include support of organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History and many other organizations that serve the community.

Get Ready! Get Ready! Get Ready!

“Weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning.” Psalm 30:5

If it is true that April’s showers bring May’s flowers, then you can rest assured that the tears you cried in April have been counted.  May is blooming season.  Breakthroughs are on the way.  Don’t let go!