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Contest Winner #1 – Hair By Skye

The RLRT is proud to introduce It’s first Contest Winner!

Ms. Skye Colding!

Skye is multitalented in an array of areas related to the fashion industry. She is the one responsible for keeping yours truly, Chanel Walker-Bailey looking her best!

Skye has a natural and God given passion for everything fashion and beauty. She is an indepenent stylist conducting business in her own salon located in New Castle, Delaware.

She specializes in natural hair care, precision cutting and extensions. Skye even hand makes her very own wigs! 

Skye is creative and has an eye for bringing beauty to life! She makes unique jewelry pieces, has an intimate apparel line, and consults as a personalized stylist!

Skye is a true professional and lives by the motto of Building Confidence in her clients by making each one feel good about themselves.

You can book an appointment by calling (301)-213-1361. Her shop is located at:
166 South DuPont Highway

New Castle, DE 19720

(Inside the Hair Gallery)
Walk-ins are Welcomed!
For discounts, cool photos and fashion trends visit and follow Skye on her Instagram pages:


Or on Facebook – Skye Hairfash Colding

#fashion #beauty #stylist #beautyconsultant

He Is Risen!


Happy Easter The RLRT Readers! I don’t have a personal written post today but wanted to share my very favorite YouTube video for Easter.

The sacrifice of Jesus Christ is depicted so well through this song, it’s music and the video that plays along with it. I still can’t get through watching it in its entirety without crying!

Have a Blessed Easter Sunday for our Savior is Risen!

Versatile Blogger Award #1



I have received my very first nomination as a Versatile Blogger!  The recognition came from gettingthroughanxiety . THANK YOU SO MUCH!  I appreciate you taking the time to shout me out as a writer:-)

The Rules:

  1. Thank the person that nominated you and include a link to their blog.

  2. Nominate at least 15 bloggers of your choice. When considering a fellow blogger for the Versatile Blogger Award, keep in mind the quality of their writing, the uniqueness of their subject matter and the level of love displayed on the virtual page.

  3. Link your nominees and let them know about their nomination.

  4. Share seven facts about yourself.

My Nominations:

  1. palfitness  (My exercise & fitness guru!)

  2. pennyvanderbilt

  3. lifeinthespaciousplace

  4. leannotuntomyownundertanding

  5. Histemple

  6. Harry…theMan

  7. JohnCharet   (If you like movie reviews, John is the man!!)

  8. SheryL

  9. Write Light

  10. begintobelieve

  11. facetioussoup aka MLWA  (Just started following but extremely versatile, love the content!)

  12. Mary Job  (New to following this one as well but like what I see so far!)

  13. Siim Land (Also a new one for me but love the articles that I have read.)

  14. Deanna Reynolds (Truly faith based blog and very intimate topics.)

  15. Cally

I have thoroughly enjoyed the content on each one of these blogs.  Some I have been connected to for a few weeks and others just a day or more but what I am reading I am really enjoying!

7 facts about myself:

  1. I am a mother of a very active 4 year old that reminds me constantly that I am not as young as I use to be!  Geesh!!

  2. I am married to my best friend and we have been together for 10 years.

  3. I am a Christian and believer in the Gospel of Jesus Christ

  4. I have been working in the Health Care Administration field for over 20 years. (Not really proud of this one! LOL!)

  5. I aspire to be an author and have nearly completed my first manuscript! (Yeah)

  6. Although some thing I am an extrovert I am really naturally introverted but have challenged myself out of my comfort zone because it was just necessary!!

  7. I hate to see people depressed, oppressed, low in spirit, or those who just want to give up.  I will encourage, motivate and pray for anyone IF THEY LET ME!  LOL!

Well that’s it about me!  Thanks again to all my RLRT Readers and happy blogging:-)

So I Dream

I want to be a New York Times best selling author! Yes that’s what I aspire to be. But how, when and do I even dare to invest in this dream? The vision is big, the order tall, the obstacles great and  the competition many….


Yes me; little ole me whose odds in the past have been mostly unfavorable is dreaming; long, hard and consistently as of lates. I’m haunted daily by this fantasy that refuses to go away…
This strong desire comes at a time when life looks so uncertain in the natural and I am unable to see or predict next steps. I’ve completely lost control of the process.  Nothing right now makes sense and I’m extremely uncomfortable. THAT’S REAL TALK!

But my dreams are demanding me to embrace the challenge and see myself out of my current circumstances by taking a chance. Speak those things as though they were, is what my Savior taunts me to do. (Isaiah 55:11, 2nd Corinthians 4:18)


I see myself completely exposed to the attention, the life, the perks and the acclaim. I like most of what I am seeing but not really comfortable with others that will naturally come with the territory (pesky paparazzi and the gossip columnists. I could do without all of them!). It all seems so real through the lens of my discerning eye.

Journey with me for a moment; if you will..

I see my name in the papers, the critics praise and critique my work. I am the talk of the town!

My “Pen Name” is scripted on the cover of books; hard, soft and electronic copies. They are published in the U.S.A and abroad; in various languages for all to appreciate.

I am preparing for awards and writing acceptance speeches; and yes, I’m nervous but I can and must do this!

People are throwing honorary gatherings in my name! The parties are simply fabulous and I must get ready!

I’m draped in breath taking gowns meant for a Movie Star. Vera Wang wants me to model her latest design. So does Versace. I’m confused on which to choose. I certainly won’t be going with CHANEL right now for that would  be way too predictable of course! What’s a girl to do? (sigh!)

I’m Living in a “castle like” abode and hire a wonderful chef to prepare my meals.  Lots of veggies and salad please! 

I’m giving back to the very few who cheered me along the way; when I was no one and my voice was silent. I would not be here without them and my gratitude is endless!


Yes, I’m Dreaming like I hit the lottery today but the reward comes from the work of my own hands and not by luck of the draw.
My dreams contradict my reality and common experience. For I’m from poverty, neglect, and routinely overlooked in most places I venture.
But recently I read the backgrounds of two authors whom I admire greatly. They both made it to my dream status and they sound like me! In Fact, they were me, long ago until they started to act out on their dreams….

I shall keep hoping, wishing and yearning. My sacrificial work that must be done in conjunction is my act of faith for I too deserve. Yeah, that’s right; with my head held up high I boldly profess, “Why Not Me!”

What about you? What are you longing for? Share and come dream with me!

#Dream #Ibelieveinme  #Dreambig  #Nevergiveup 

Coming IN – A GLBT Tribute


As a Believer this is the most difficult, complex and controversial article I have ever written. I’m actually a bit nervous as I own these words. What will they say? What will they think? What backlashing label will I receive? Should I even utter a word? Never-the-less, I am compelled for I know that these are some of the same sentiments those in the GLBT community face daily and more. So as brave as many of them have become, so shall I from a Christian perspective as I come to terms with what I have labeled as their process of “Coming In”. 

I confess that I have viewed those in the GLBT realm rather harshly as a heterosexual female and Believer in the Gospel of Christ Jesus. My judgement as an imperfect being against another has been the true reflection of hypocrisy. For this I am truly remorseful. I vow to work on this from here on out!

Over the past several months I had the opportunity to be up close and personal with two couples. One, a mixed married male couple who invited my husband and I to their home for a birthday celebration. I initially had reservations because of the unknown. My husband is a childhood friend of one of the men. He has known him for over 30 years but had not seen him in many. His friend has been avoiding school reunions and other gatherings and we can only suspect it’s because of his lifestyle. When they were young, he did not portray himself as a Gay man. The suspicion was there but no one dared to ask. By the end of the night I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of kindness, overwhelming hospitality, conversation and generosity extended to us. I had a fabulous time! There was nothing weird, gross, or disturbing behavior displayed. Most importantly, my husband walked away with closure as he took a moment with his friend to clear the air, asked him to own up to his choices and officially introduce us to his spouse. Even as a middle aged man living Gay for many years, it was evident that the request was both difficult and a tremendous relief all at the same time. To my surprise, I was genuinely happy for the couple and look forward to seeing them again.

The other couple are females. They are very young and facing their beginning years of embracing their sexuality publicly. I have an intimate and binding relationship with one of the them. I have known of her struggle to walk in her truth for years but we have never talked about it due to both distance, time and opportunity. I have also suspected avoidance on both our parts as a culprit as well. 

Recently I stole a moment with her. It was time to remove the elephant in the room that has been a hinderance in our relationship. It was time for him to go! At this point in our lives I wanted to create a sense of transparency in order to bring us closer if at all possible. I started the conversation by telling her how proud I am of her accomplishments as a young woman. She has been stellar in academics, has developed a committed work ethic, still dabbles in her creativity and has recently ventured out and secured her own living quarters. She is so personable, funny and loving. I followed by telling her if anything I had to say makes her uncomfortable to simply shut me down! At this point I felt I had a right to address the issue. Her transition is happening before my eyes so why not talk about it since she’s part of my life indefinitely. I only hoped she saw my approach the same way.

I told her that I am not only proud of her life achievements but also her bravery and strength of “Coming In” to her true and authentic self. Anything less has been bondage, suppression, and down right phony for her. She can’t live her life trying to fulfill everyone else’s expectations of who they think she should be. I believe the conversation was embraced and bought on a sense of relief. At least it did for me. I am not one of the most significant in her circle but I am a part never-the-less. I needed her to know that I love her no matter what.  

For Christians, I think we must alter our approach when it comes to the GLBT Community. After we share what the word says then provide warning against wrong doing there is nothing left but to give love and PRAY! They are not going anywhere and are making great strides in their fight for acknowledgement and equality. We do ourselves and our Savior an injustice by classifying their way of life as the greatest sin of all. Only he has a right to do that. 

Please know that I DO NOT condone the lifestyle. I believe it greatly interrupts God’s plan for his children. According to the word of God in which I believe, it is sin. He calls it an abomination. Noted in both the Old and New Testament, the act does not conform to HIS will for human life. (Leviticus 18:22, Leviticus 20:13, Romans 1:26-27)

Furthermore, neither do I condemn the lifestyle because I have no right as a person who must deal with my own sins as I walk with God. Unforgiveness, revenge seeking, self loathing, looking down on others and not being compassionate enough towards those in need are just to name a few that I have battled with just this week! I have countless issues, THIS IS REAL TALK! I’m not and will never be perfect. I have my own work to do! So do those who continue to judge the GLBT community. None are blameless! The Word is absolutely clear about this as well! (Matthew 7:1-5)

To my brothers and sister in Christ, please consider addressing the GLBT community as you would anyone else. I am certainly NOT talking about the ridiculous concept of “Praying The Gay Away”! it’s not going to happen! Pray for their safety for they are being hunted, harassed and harmed. Pray for their well being for some consider taking their own lives because the struggle of accepting who they are is real! Pray for their health for many are sick. (Not just with HIV & AIDS – Lets remove the stigma that they all are some big walking disease because all of them are not!) Pray for their relationships with family and friends to heal and grow stronger. Pray for those who share our Faith in Christ that they don’t loose sight of who he is in their lives. Finally Pray for their salvation for many believe that God does not want them because of how they live. This is what we Must Do in love. (1 Thessalonians 5:17)

To the GLBT community, forgive me, the Church and those who judge you that are far from perfect. I am learning that many of you who don’t flaunt promiscuity or force your choices in the faces of others are some of the most beautiful, loving and giving people ever! You have morals, values and respect very similar to my own. Honestly, I am learning to embrace the GLs but still struggle with the BTs. I just simply don’t get it, but am more willing to take a more sensitive and neutral position again because of my own imperfections.

I no longer view the process of exposing sexuality as a “Coming Out”. It is rather a “Coming In”; to a truth that is so personal and not about anyone else but the person dealing with the matter. Yes others will ultimately have to decide what they will do once you expose, especially if you have been concealing from family and friends. But the first person to accept who you are as a GLBT person is YOU. Be authentic, be sovereign, be secure, be well in mind, body and spirit. Last but not least, “Come In” to knowing that God STILL loves and wants you! No matter what you think or what others tell you. Develop and “Come In” to a personal relationship with him. JUST AS YOU ARE! YOU’RE GOING TO NEED HIM. We all do! He loves all of his children no matter how messy we think we may be. No one is exempt from receiving his love and no one has done anything so terrible that they are not worthy of it. Unlike humans, His love is unconditional! Let go of the insignificant perception of others. People don’t matter when it comes to You and God! Breath; Be you, Be Free, and just “Come In”.

Comments to this blog are encouraged. Anything offensive, derogatory, and over-opinionated as deemed by the author will be deleted. 

An Attitude Problem


Your attitude completely sucks!!

Yeah I’m talking to you and not so deep down inside you know it’s a fact! Got your attention? That’s certainly my intent; so keep reading!

You prayed for it and got it!

You asked and have received!

You plotted and pursued!

That job, that spouse, that car, that child, that house, that business; that thing that you just knew would change your life, satisfy your core and propel you to the next level.

You bragged about it, shouted over it, and celebrated that finally after a long while a breakthrough has finally occurred. To God be the Glory; Right?

But Within months of receipt your calm has converted to complaints. Your joy to jealousy and your peace to pain. What happened? This blessing was suppose to be the answer to your happiness! God certainly answered your prayers so why such discontent at the very thing you pleaded for?

Well I’ll tell you why again, it’s because of your crappy attitude!

I am so bold to declare because of my own experience of course. I’m living in it right now and it does not feel good by any means!

Several months ago I was working a job that felt like complete hell. For the first time in my career I did not get along with my boss. She was a micro-manager extraordinaire! She trusted nothing I did or suggested; completely stripping away my self confidence as a leader. The relationship got so ugly that I was ultimately written up after voicing a very strong opinion of why her management style was not effective. I have worked in the same industry for 20 years and I have never received a bad report about my work ethic. In fact I have retained 15 years worth of performance appraisals to solidify my position so I was quite offended by what I was experiencing! 

As a believer I began to pray about my next move. I was quite specific this time; so I thought! It had to be a leadership role, in a certain location, paying a certain salary. After a few months God gave me exactly what I asked for and the blessing could not have come at a better time. When I did not think my relationship with my boss could get any uglier, it absolutely did! God rescued me with answered prayer with a new promotional opportunity. Of course my first response was to rejoice; and that I did! God gave me exactly what I asked for but little did I know what I was getting ready to walk into!

In a short period of time the job proved to be extremely challenging and very stressful. It was worse than my last situation just in a different way. I encountered sets of circumstances that were beyond my control but initially I didn’t know that. I blamed myself and my self esteem continued to suffer. I began to complain, became resentful and ungrateful. I could not understand why I have been facing so much adversity from one work place to another.I began to throw spiritual temper tantrums worse than any 2 year old imaginable!

It wasn’t until God blocked every door I tried to open as a way of escape that I began to seek his wisdom. I was trying to make my own way and resolve a repetitive issue in my life the same way that I always have by running! God instructed me to look at my work environment through his eyes in order to see more clearly. When I did, I found other believers I could network with. He sent a few my way and they offered encouragement without me first warning them of my discord. God spoke through them and I was so thankful. In return I found others to encourage with acts of kindness even when they treated me indifferent. I also discovered that the leadership in my workplace don’t mind staff using conference rooms to pray! My new manager is also my biggest cheer leader. He is sympathetic to how overbearing the job is but he has my back! Where are you going to find a combination like that in Corporate America?

God showed me that I have all the tools I need to survive the hostility that comes along with the job responsibilities. I just didn’t see it because my attitude was completely off! It sucked for sure!

Do I love my job? No; but I’m grateful for it. I have to complete the assignment or learn the lessons that God sent me there to endure before he removes me; and that he will, just not in my time. For this assignment is not my “Destiny” just part of the preparation for it. 

What are you intensely focused on in the natural that is blinding you in the supernatural? If your motto is not working, try to see your situation as God would before you prematurely abandon ship. You will discover the purpose in the experience and make your time in it much more bearable. It really is your choice. Change your attitude or suffer longer than God ever intended. Who needs that!

Desperate For Destiny

The Intricate balance of transition and survival takes courage patience, prayer and a whole lot of faith! Being one who is sure that my life and it’s calling have so much more to experience than my current exposure is certain. My soul is anxious, restless and desperate for my Destiny. I constantly must remind my flesh of the spiritual formula that is necessary in this complicated transition. Giving up is no option no matter how bleak things appear to my natural eye….

What is Destiny? Well it’s only that element in life that fulfills meaning. It’s the definition of one’s purpose for being on earth. Destiny promotes contentment and is directly connected to the human spirit’s talents and passions. Operating in one’s Destiny rarely feels like resented obligations. Sense of time spent and challenges faced in the midst of Destiny are embraced rather than shunned. Purposeful pursuit and not loathing procrastination are often sentiments of abiding in Destiny. 

Ever witness a man or woman on a street corner playing an instrument like a horn or guitar? They belt out melodies effortlessly for their audience passing by. Some stop momentarily to acknowledge the gift. Appreciation is shown by depositing money in a hat, can, or bucket strategically placed for just that purpose. A symbolic reminder that although they are lost in flowing in their gifts, provision is still required. I’ve seen many of these freelancers in my day. Most appear completely absorbed in their artistry. More content with the act of basking in their talent than financial gain, yet they have found the balance between the two. It’s got to be their Destiny and the toughest part of the process.

Mine is a repetitive haunting dream that I can’t wait to experience in reality. Destiny, I know you are there for I feel you in my core daily, but how do I grasp you? I can’t simply walk away from the things I must do for provision. This fact feels like complete bondage. The word of God tells me that my gift will make room for me. (Proverbs 18:16) Mine I deeply believe is writing. Knowing what the gift is appears to be half the battle. For many don’t even know what their’s may be. The latter part of that scripture concerning “Making Room For Me” I have yet to experience but I long and wait for it not certain that it will ever come…..

Can you relate? Are you too in pursuit of Destiny? If so how are you responding to the frustrations in the process?
Maybe you have already transitioned into your life’s Destiny? I’d really like to hear from you. The testimony, surviving the process and words of wisdom are greatly appreciated…

Alone in a Crowd

I have grown accustomed to my uniqueness. It has taken many years to actually embrace and see the beauty of my individuality. But every now and then the desire to simply want to fit in effortlessly with the majority still emerges from time to time. Like a switch I wish to trade in my difference for the sake of being common and socially acceptable…

Ever heard the term “I feel alone even in a room full of people”? I have actually spent most of my years with this sentiment. I was never the life of the party and often felt awkward trying to fit in when I am forced to. In school, at parties, during gatherings and even sometimes at church. I don’t stand out and people are not naturally drawn to me. I am often overlooked and not the initial choice of most in social settings. It’s like I am invisible. I sometimes wonder what people see when they look at me. Those who venture to get to know me typically find themselves pleasantly surprised, but it won’t happen the first time around….

This by no means bothers me as a mature adult as it once haunted me daily as a youth. I have found a sense of peace through God that there is nothing wrong with me for he has assured that I am wonderfully made. I do know this for sure and am confident in the skin I’m in. I have even discovered advantages to my personality type; it is full of creativity! I am an intense thinker and when I channel those moments that are out of my control of wanting to be excepted, I tap into the gifts that my Heavenly Father has graced upon me. That always works…

Never-the-less in this world in order to reach certain statuses an art of communicating, mingling and winning over people must be developed in order to advance in certain areas. I have learned and trained myself with much force and effort to deny my introverted comfort zone for the sake of getting ahead in education, business and other areas where people skills are essential. As awkward as it has been at times over the years I kind of find it funny when I consider some of those moments where my attempts have failed. My efforts of altering my personality may have come across as disengenuine, trying too hard or just down right weird! Yet no matter how many times I failed at it, I always tried again. For the natural loner, The art can be perfected once you get out of your own head! For the few who have dared to get to really know me will read this and find these words none applicable to my persona. That is only because they have given the person I really am a chance. I’m thankful for those few. 

Forcing yourself to be someone you are naturally not is terribly exhausting at times. I can put on the facade for a while then after that I must stop the act and retreat before the real me shows up. Talk about weird!! As I pen these words I am out of town on a company trip. Business meetings by day and group dinners by night with corporate lawyers, paralegals, compliance officers and big time executives. The conference room is crowded yet I feel alone but am supposedly “One of them”. That is only true in title but not theory. I don’t fit in! Trying to mingle during breaks feels forced, awkward and down right uncomfortable. I must try because my boss and boss’s boss are watching. I gauge in succeeding at holding small talk with a few in short spurts but that’s about it. My efforts will have to be good enough. It’s all I can do for I’m not holding any one person’s attention long enough for them to want or come back for more. 

Dinner time comes and the business facade continues. Instead of wondering why I can’t fit in which I have been doing for hours I look around at others and find I am not the only one. There are several struggling to engage in conversation they can hold continuously with others. In this uncomfortable reality I feel comfort that I am really not alone in the struggle.

Can you relate to this? I think every one in life has had a similar moment. For some it’s a way of existence. In your singled-outness the next time you find yourself in a crowd but feel alone, instead of getting down about why you don’t fit in and you can’t leave, mentally escape to that place that stirs your creativity. Take a note or capture a thought and hold it until you can get back to your comfort zone to expand on it. If that does not work, look around the room more closely. Everybody there IS NOT as comfortable as they may pretend to be. I guarantee you will find at least one other person either struggling to fit in or has given up all together by sitting alone playing on their cell phone.

Social acceptance is necessary but should not be burdensome. If you are a loner don’t be jealous of another who appears to be a people magnet. That’s their gift. Re-Channel that energy and find out what you have to offer. Endure the odd moments; for we all must. They will come and go. But most importantly know you are not as weird as you think you are. You’re really not! For it is written, You too are fearfully and Wonderfully made. (Psalm 139:14)


Unstoppable II

I have not uttered a word on my blog in weeks.  In fact this entry is the first for the month of April.  I typically plan out my blogging topics one-two weeks before a new month arrives.  I had my writing theme all planned out days before the  1st of April.  I felt dedicated, committed and looked forward to getting responses from readers, if any….

Yet somethings hit me unexpectedly that caused creative paralysis, mentally and spiritually.  Multiple attacks on my health, overwhelming stress on my job and challenges with loved ones piled on simultaneously. I can’t forget to mention the biggest culprit of all; the lingering emotion of self-doubt.   As a result of it all, I checked out, gave up and abandoned my passion.  An intense “Stronghold” came over me that I couldn’t seem to shake.  I felt weak, exhausted, and uninspired….

This time reminded me of a poem I wrote over 16 years ago entitled “Strongholds”:

I’ll only release what I care to reveal

Because something inside is still longing to heal

I want to let go; grasp opportunities to feel

Experience true forgiveness; embrace everything that’s real

Yet forces so strong continue to conceal

Hovering deep in my soul and render me still


Although what I face today are not quite the same set of circumstances as back then, but the intensity of sentiments are identical.  I’m struggling to keep moving and stay focused amongst the turmoil life is dealing me. At the same time I am still haunted by my dreams and desires to complete my mission.

Yesterday, I attended a book signing of some pretty phenomenal men and women.  I purchased the ticket to the event nearly a month prior.  When the day came, instantly the battle within gave me a million reasons why I should NOT attend.  It’s too far; you need to rest; you are not feeling well; you may not know anyone; your son is crying for you to stay with him; you being there is not going to make a difference anyway.  Never-the-less, I pushed out past every negative thought in my mind, and I am so glad that I did…

After the actual purchase and signing of the book, each author addressed the event’s attendees.  The theme and name of the book is entitled “Bringing Forth The Dreamer In You”. They prayed, exalted, gave prophetic words and simply encouraged everyone in the audience to stay focused on their dreams.

One of the co-author’s in particular spoke about Being Unstoppable.  That message was what I needed to look at what I am facing differently.

 Being Unstoppable means having a resiliency that nothing can penetrate.  Regardless of the set of circumstances, how helpless, sad, down, frustrated or weary I may become, I must not stop until I reach my desired end.  My spirit won’t rest until my mission is complete and dreams are fulfilled.  However, this is the most difficult thing to do, especially when it appears that all hell is breaking loose in my life. Quitting is much more comfortable and easy. Yet when I do, I find myself restless and disappointed. These feelings can no longer be permanent solutions.

Being at the book signing event bought revelation to my life.  I know that I am not surrounded or connecting frequently enough with like-minded people who are pursuing their dreams.  Being in a room filled with “Dreamers” felt contagious.  We fed off of the energy of one another.  I can only imagine that nearly every person there walked away changed, motivated and inspired.  I know I was….

As I find healthy ways to deal with my life challenges, I pray for a steadfast and committed spirit to find the appropriate mix of resources and people to help me to do so.  I can’t be unstoppable alone; I’ve found this to be true the hard way!  I need the proper tools and will do what I must to get them.  If that means attending more events, securing mentorship, reading books and encouraging others along the way, then that is what I must do.

If you are one reading this blog who have experienced similar set-backs, I encourage you to purchase the book. It is an awesome inspirational set of stories by real life people that will assist you in reaching towards your dreams and destiny.

Do whatever it takes to be Unstoppable..

Bringing Forth The Dreamer In You – Foreword by Les Brown

Authors – Trina Bowers, Vincent K. Harris, Mary Cooper, Kishma A. George, Danielle Ashley, Hakeem Collins, Naim Collins. Janelle Middleton, & Rodney Davis