Let's come together to to make a change in 2017. Tricia Bailey, ( aka. Look Out Lady), will be talking to one of the most powerful women in Georgia, Mattie Rock. They will be discussing why it is so importantant for families to come together and pledge their challenges for upcoming community leaders in 2017..
In the wake of a new year of 2017, Tricia Bailey(aka Look Out Lady), will chat with some of the Top Community Leaders of Georgia, who are Keeping The Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King and Fred V-Man Watson(Who headed up numerous organization about Victory over Violence).
Larry D. Veal CEO of 'Be More Positive, Dorian Thomas a celebrity coach and motivational speaker. Tom Livsey, a national news editor, community leader.
We hope to introduce a couple of new community leaders...
Happy New Years's World. Tomorrow will start a step of change around the world. From the President Elect Donald Trump and family entering the White House, to changes that are in need to be made in thousands of communities on a global stage. Today is the perfect storm for a brand new super hero.
The Look Out Lady, is an alter ego character of Tricia Bailey. One of the top entrepreneurs in the nation. She will be flying by and chiming in about some of her safety tips for Women, Children, Seniors, and Our world Communities
Charmaine Tarver, Ourtown National News Editor,
We all have our favorite memories of Christmas I've had so many happy memories with my wonderful mother who would go the extra mile to make everything just right from the way the Christmas tree was decorated, to the delightfully wrapped Christmas presents, the most wonderful stuffed turkey dinner and the table which was colorfully decorated.
But most of all, my mother taught us the true meaning of Christmas, wrapped up in the Spirit of Giving through Christ Jesus. I used to take objects from around the house and wrap them up for her because I had nothing of my own to give except for a loving heart. Which is what she taught us all, along with myself and brothers, Bill, Tim, and Wayne.
The Christmas wish lists were always answered and our stockings were always filled with fruit, nuts and candy. All of these memories will always be cherished. We always received more than we ever asked for. But you see. my mother is much more special then that
She made sure we went to Sunday school, that we were encouraged to know the true meaning behind Christmas. She went to our school Christmas plays. She encouraged us to dance, sing and play
To rejoice in our hearts delight, so that we would come to know peace, love, joy and kindness under her loving guidance.
The most excellent thing is that she did this all year long, on birthdays, on Holidays and other gatherings of friends and family. She cared if others were hungry if they were happy if they had peace and joy. There were no empty days with my mother they all meant something. Surely, she knew Christ Jesus and surely he knows her.
By the way, I was twiced bless with two mothers, Leona Hafiz and Doris Tarver
As a short triobute to a very taleanted actor, Alan Thicke , many so close tohim that he could sing better than he could act. His DNA rubbed off on his son Robin Yhicke. This is in no way to profit from his passing. I just want to show respect to a pioneer of acting, singing;noreover, entertaining millioms. One Love Alan Thicke and keep your head up Robin Thicke!
Dorethia Austin Livsey Turns 80 Talk Show!
Heck yes, I am a Mama's boy. She and my dad, Thomas Livsey has been Super Heroes, not just to our family, but to the whole county of Gwinnett, in Georgia.
As an attept to show her my love and respect, I invite you to chime in and simply say thanks for her endless love and devotions to thousands, who she has touched, directed, prayed for our blessings.
Mama, you are loved by everyone you have crossed pass with during you 80 years on earth
The National Retail Cooperation (NRF) gages signify Halloween spending including sweet, groups, and beautifications to come in at $7.4 billion this year.
Halloween sweet alone has keep running up a $2 billion tab every Halloween as far back as three years, however the sugary treat business says that repulsive atmosphere can cut down the numbers insignificantly.
I found data on Halloween an entire page provided for Halloween 2015with points of interest, news, recorded data, and destinations.
Not just for youngsters any more, Halloween has moved into a celebration for adults hunting down an escape from the customary, and with this move, the Halloween business is impacting.
(Best adult outfits this year circumstantially: #1 Witch, #2 Batman, #3 Vampire.) I found that the total foreseen 2013 Halloween spending is assessed at $6.9 billion. New super heroes include social fighters of right, like 'Look Out Lady', who champions the weak and voiceless'!
How to survive your life in these times of changes your way-Ann Dunivan celebrate 100 years of smiles
By Tricia Bailey, OurTown National News Editor,
For most, life is a mystery one tries to solve every day. For only a few, life is knowing the fact that sometimes the 'Real Race', does not start until you cross the finish line, and start focusing on the future accomplishments and mountains to climb. Such is the story of a fabulous woman who have swam and climbed for the last 100 years of LIFE With A Smile on her face every day.
Anne Dunivin will celebrate her 100th year birthday with spectacular swim party on Monday, October 17, 2016 @ Washington Park 10:30 am.in Atlanta, GA, where all of her family, friends, guest, and news media will be in attendance,including The Lookout Lady.
I was born on the Fourth of July, Tevin Wolf Huffman.
My life, like everyone else's is one of trial before victory, of defeat and success, a dream and passion, yet unchased. When I was a young boy at the age of 5, I had a family, a mom, dad, and a little brother.
Bad parents make great examples of who not to be. Left alone, taking care of my baby brother, gives one an early sense of responsibility. Then it all went away and foster homes, foster family, foster friends, and foster enemies.
I've been homless. I've been hungry. I've been called white trash by grown men and women who were my own blood. But in all the pain, I had a light. MUSIC.... I remember singing Elvis in the living room when I was 6 and my foster dad said, " Boy your pretty good"..
So I became an Elvis impersonator. I sang in fairs and karaoke every weekend. He didn't have any kids and had lost his wife to cancer and it's because of him, I found my passion. But history repeated itself and again I was in and out of more foster beds.
Eventually, one foster family adopted me. I changed my name at 12. I had always felt alone so I chose the animal (wolf) that represented it, hence the name.
Many people wouldn't have made it. I did. Or maybe, they would have given in to their surroundings and became a drunk or tried drugs. Not me.
I went to 13 high schools and graduated with a 3.9. My whole life I've done what I said I was going to do. I'm a fighter and because of my passion I've made it this far.