It’s been a few months since I’ve uploaded a post! So much has happened. There were ups and downs, smiles and frowns, breakdowns every week, but I’m happy to say I survived the law school application process! I couldn’t have achieved all that I have without my BFFL (best friend for life), boo thang, my closest friends and family! Their unconditional love and support means the world to me!
Its my NaturalVersary! Well, it was a year and four months ago.
Sometime in December 2013 I decided to cut my hair and return natural. I transitioned for a year and a half, so I wouldn’t classify my cut as the “big chop”, it was more like an extended trim.
As 2014 comes to an end, I’ve found myself reflecting on the could haves and the what ifs. But I’m happy to say that I’m not overly excited for this year to come to an end nor do I feel like this year could have been a million times better. I’m happy to say that I’ve grown in more ways than I thought was possible. I’ve realized that I continue to evolve and I know in the future that will continue to happen.
So last year my old roommate decided to make a YouTube channel. She spent almost all her free time watching YouTube videos and after persuasion by all her friends, she finally decided to make one of her own! I was a part of one of her videos- a roommate tag and I saw first hand what it takes to start a YouTube channel; trust me its not for everyone. It takes time, energy and MONEY!
Like, comment, retweet, repost, regram, share, tag, subscribe, link- should I continue? Or do you see where I’m going here. If you post a status, meme or link on any of your social networking sites, depending on the content, it could go viral! Most of us who are “obsessed” with social media knows what going viral means, but for those who don’t, here’s a simple definition:
This is just a quick post about an old obsession. (Lets pretend its new. lol)