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Man, this place is a mother and child paradise. I think it blows peoples minds how laid back it is here.
If youre not careful, after looking at the cutest babies and baby items and seeing the help you get with  motherhood, you might catch yourself thinking you may wanna pop out a lil bambino! lol

No worries-Im cool. No fever or anything,ha ha ha.

Today Im going out to order appliances, would love a mani/pedi but idk. Actually, I think Im just gonna get a mani.And tonite Im going to see Fabolous and going to work on my photography. Yeah, Kanye is gonna be here tonite but I have no desire to see him-cant get down with his craziness, his cocky attitude,etc. Actually, Im not even that into hip hop concerts but its free and on the beach so Im going and I do think Fabo is nice. Underrated.
Ima tell you who I DOOOO wanna see. . .RYAN LESLIE. And I am willing to travel to do so.

My tonsil is hurting but it happens sometimes so I dont know what to think but Im taking precautions all the same.

Weekends here are so different from those at home where I did nothing and went nowhere.

Im really liking the change and it was much needed.


If you are reading, Marhaba! Dont lurk. Leave a message. THAT MEANS YOU TOO GRANNY.Love,love,love ya!!!!

I have two bedrooms so if anyone wants to come lemme know. . .but I wont hold my breath ;P


  1. Brandy i love reading your blogs:) It would be real nice to visit you........we'll see:) But no kiddies!!!!!


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