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I would flip through magazines growing up and blossoming into a petite little woman with a colossal personality, and noticed someone too intriguing and confident for further description at that moment.
While striving and demanding equal right are important to leave your mark, even if unsung by the greatest, her legacy has proof and she deserves her acknowledgement for not only involving her body just her nude Instigram photos every other day, to become “famous!”
We are more than that just how are thighs are and how much are body can be shown for people who don’t deserve a peek at it. Our appearances are only a miniscule block of the foundation that composes our existence, and makes you that woman you will become and you will regret the time you wasted, on the superficial. You have the right to love your body, but there is so much more than that, you could be advertising on-line.
I glanced at an advertisement and noticed the Breath Taking and confident, Lana Olgivie.
I already made my mind of what Gorgeous meant, and who was the fashionable woman who would be my fashion muse until I gazed at Lana.
Once I left my high-end job of cooking chicken at Hardees and smelling like a chicken pit and covered with flour every other day;I still maintained my hair styles and kept my Cover Girl powder and wet and wild lipstick on stand by.
I would escape into my on world and buy myself three magazines with my Hardees check, because I was filthy rich. Yup, rolling in chicken flour and dough…
Lana Ogilvie created a vast amount of opportunities for women of color,and she should be paid homage to buy every model of color.
Lana still remains current in the model agency and as stunning as she was over 20 years ago.
We women must remember those that were integral in our perspective as children. Every one that inspired you in the past are of course the reason and inspiration for the person you have become!
In this fashionable and ever-changing world, talent and class never can be forgotten and self-respect and inspiration should be celebrated.
Lana Olgivie has contributed too much to fashion and innovation, and cultural acceptance and stayed humble and still lives a private but well documented life.
Lana Olgivie is currently a model at Heffner H2 Women! I could not verify her exact age, true woman of mystery and intrigue, and when you are that amazing, does it really matter?
Ester Rada is an Israeli vocalist, actress and song writer that released her EP “Life Happens” that illustrates her stylized jazz and soulful vocals.
Ester brings forth a reverence for artist similar to Sade, Emile Sande, Corinne Bailey Rae and Amel Larrieux and others that interpolate more than one genre of jazz, and soul into their songs.
In other continents, Ester is performing at Oklahoma Jazz Hall Of Fame, and currently on tour.
She released her second video from “Life Happens” titled “Monster” and she delivers a welcomed departure from the pop scene where at times, singing comes second and image overshadows ability to catch a tune, even with catcher’s mitt.
Ester has enhanced her visibility of a demographic due to her Ethiopian Jazz, groove and because of her diverse background she delivers her musical vision with precision and inventiveness.
This video scenery is alluring and breathtaking and impressionable.
It is obvious through her unyielding drive and abilities which include all of the fine arts and love for the eccentric.
She is one of the reasons I ventured into every other culture, beliefs, and world music, to seek out other artist similar to Ester Rada.
This EP from Ester Rada will carve her unique niche in this ever changing, but flourishing independent musical scene.
“The girls’ abductors, who have been in regular direct contact with a government intermediary, also report that three of their teenaged captives have already died but no one details have surfaced on how they met their demise.
Eighteen others, they say, are now in medical treatment…
These kidnappers oppose women’s rights and want them to only be their submissive slaves.
Can you imagine how these little girls are suffering and how much they want to be back home?
Make noise and let the government know that we love these babies as our own.
“Please Find Our Daughters!”