To the most hard-working woman I know… You’re simply amazing. @thegirlyoudluv and I are extremely lucky and blessed to have you as our mother. You’re the epitome of tough love but you’ve taught us so much and we still continue to learn from you by example. You’re the first of my idols and role models, along with Michelle Obama and Oprah. You’re also the most beautiful woman in the world, both inside and out. If I can be even half the woman you are, I’d be content (but I’d still strive to be better of course) I love you soooooooo very much and I just wanted to say thank you… For everything. <3 :-*
I wanna be the best who ever did it. Don’t know if that goal is feasible, or it isn’t. But if it is thank God, if you’re listenin’, please give me the strength to crush all competition. You can’t blame me for dreaming, I’m a dreamer. And if I’m coming off brash, please forgive me, But, that’s all I want.
MY BIRTHDAY WISHLIST. Since its the beginning of May, my birthday is in 13 days! I’m not asking for a lot just the grape 5s, a new phone (preferably an iPhone), the ewing 33s, miss jessie’s natural hair care products and cash money! Kthnx :-*
Is that too much to ask for? Please let me know if I’m trippin…
And speaking of that, here’s an outrageous fact that many of you may or may not know: male products such as medicine for erectile dysfunction and male enhancement are 100% covered by most insurance companies, yet birth control/contraception/abortions are not covered by most insurances. So, basically, a man can get a woman pregnant after using Viagra (covered by his insurance), but the woman he impregnates can’t get the morning-after pill or an abortion because it’s not covered by her insurance.
Something’s wrong with that picture!
Correct me if I’m wrong on my comments. Please.
(Source: sandandglass, via fuckyeahitsmelina)