Monday, October 31, 2016

Need to Know, to be...

seduced by a pure white spirit !!!!

The Hidden Art Of Seduction
In a world with stricter rules of social etiquette, and with so much taboo placed on sex, acts such as flirting had to be subtle and often be invented per generation to prevent their parents understanding. From Georgian times, flirting with a fan was common place. - anon

flirtation by old European standards of behavior.

Native Voices: speak

Writer, Joy Harjo today said,

"\I really appreciate these words from the writer, poet Marcie Rendon. She gives voice to what so many of us are feeling. Writing towards understanding, making songs, and helping any way possible from here because I can't be there, are what is keeping me from the edge of despair.

Marcie Rendon : "to all non-native folks on here: the oppression is real; historical/generational trauma is real. the events in standing rock are triggering most native people's historical trauma - ...we 'feel' it to the marrow of our bones and flowing through our veins; those of us listening to and watching the news are experiencing secondary trauma - we open Facebook and expect the news to be of a massacre; our bodies are reliving history. it is nothing compared to the folks who are there but it does leave those of us not there with that feeling like watching a family member get beat up and not being able to stop it... when we hear that someone is missing we automatically believe the worst and prepare for the worst - so we get to figure out how to handle/heal from the trauma... and pray and be of assistance to those who are on the front lines in whatever way we can.... so, friends you need to understand where we are at each day - each moment of each day..."

Horse & rider, Destiny H. Buck

This cross worn by this Cheyenne is symbol of brokenness, broken promises
and the dichotomy of misdirected ministries creating insanity and alcoholism...

There were inherent promises implied and made by missionaries that eventually became the bane of existence for the People. The hope of Jesus, the Cross, Resurrection; all of those things were employed as tools to take land, rights and culture and identity away from the People.

So, the questions to ask seeing this man displaying a large cross begin in his quest to live with the white people who were the Fat Takers. Little has changed. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 10.31.16

A Good Mother

We don't celebrate most holidays, but I certainly allow her to enjoy her childhood.
She chose the only red costume on the rack and there you have it my cute little 😈
- Maat Petrova
October 31, 2015


Styles of Black Women

sheer black dress on a Black woman is another experience white women cannot convey.

Black woman wearing a white pants suit reminds me of a saying, 'Thick thighs save lives!'

Every day, the Warrior's Way.

Refuse To Be Drained And Depleted
By Dr. Sinclair Grey III

"Everyday you need to ask God to deliver you from people who settle for settling. That's right; people who settle for settling are simply content and have no aspirations for going higher. Don't worry about your circle decreasing because the more people around you who aren't about anything and don't want anything will drain you. I don't know about you but I refuse to associate with those who don't want anything out of... life. While you're moving and making things happen, they sit back and complain or criticize. To people like that, you have to throw up the peace sign and say 'see ya.'

In writing to the people of Corinth, the apostle Paul declared, "But as you excel in everything-in faith, in speech, in knowledge, and in all eagerness and in the love from us that is in you-make sure that you excel in this act of kindness too." Please don't miss this. Excellence ought to be the standard in everything you do. I want you to get this in your spirit - you can't beg people to have excellence. You can encourage them, but you can't force them. As I close this message, I urge to begin purging people from your life who simply settle for settling. Oh by the way, if you find yourself in the category of settling for settling, ask God to set you free and deliver you from that lifestyle." (Sept. 15, 2016)

Horse ridden by a warrior.



There are a trio of things to discuss. Starting with the last one, I learned it to be a fruitless task asking people who enjoy settling anything except getting the hell outa da way! If people like this are suddenly hit with a revelation, or a Saul experience leave them be, back away. Let them struggle to reform, to undo what they have become and done. The residue of their lives are theirs to clean. Their freedom comes not from God. That is a cop out plea-prayer. If they want freedom and deliverance let them follow the North Star, and deliver themselves out of bondage by killing their slave masters.


There is an ideology that serves Christian missionaries that has been the bane of our existence as indigenous peoples here on Turtle Island and Africa and other cultures that makes Western missionaries feel good, but disgusts the rest of us. It is the begging. Sinclair, you mentioned that one cannot beg another person to become excellent. In cold fact, many feel that is an effective technique. It is tried in addiction intervention.

As a man, a warrior trained it is a weak proposition. It breeds contempt in a thinking person's heart to hear weak-kneed approaches to salvation, healing, and restoration because acts of power are not based upon human sentimentality or pretense of masculinity or femininity. As a man or a woman there is, of course choice, but the Creator left us with options that open the soul to strength. If one is weak and weakened by the spirit of gossip and tearing down others is their game leave them to their consequences.

It is a warrior's way. It is the way Jesus taught as a man.


I have seen you over the years, Sinclair, tear yourself away from people who can only tear people apart. I've seen you at work and know how important it is to stand up to one's truth and act. As an observation your years of writing, teaching and helping people find their way has proven to be heartaches after heartaches because people, for the most part, are committed to their own demise. So, respecting their process you leave them to their deaths.

Your paragraph started saying, "Everyday you need to ask God to deliver you from people who settle for settling." That is step one. The next step is logic at its best. Don't ask no more. Walk away a step at a time. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 9.16.16

Sunday, October 30, 2016

No Care fuh Woman!

Nigerian policemen searching Nigerian women.

Just Imagine What Police Are Doing To These Ladies

The pictures of police men's hands shoved between young women's legs pressed against the vaginas were shared by a Nigerian police officer SUPOL Abayomi Shogunle online to show how their own Naija police are a bit better than some police in other African countries. No be lie!

Nigerian policemen searching Nigerian women appear somber, the women laughing as if it is enjoyable, or they are getting off makes for a case in defense of the superior tactic employed (Abayomi Shogunle asserts), or the cultural difference of women's sensibilities. That is a question, not a statement because women are the same everywhere regarding privacy, the sacredness of their vaginas, and being treated decently. What makes the matter frightening is how intimidating Nigerian and other African police officers are in fact.

Africa is not the U.S.. The American constitution with its expectations does not function in any African country the way it does here and the police and military tightly bound by European influence and cultural ties to a large number of tribes, and associations unfamiliar to American senses of justice and fairness play a heavy part in the power of might African style. Coups in Africa are bloody and whole families can die. Nigeria is no exception. So, logically justice and privilege is from a different mindset, and expectations.

After the Biafran war ended I was there with my family in the middle of the 1970's. I remember men were scattered across the country-side with semi-automatic weapons robbing, raping, stealing people's cars and dignity and lives at their whim and will. Check points throughout West Africa were dangerous or amicable exchanges. then and the years afterwards! Outcome depended upon several factors: ability to bribe, likeablity, family connections, who you know and who you are. A woman going through a check point today apparently has to laugh to shoulder the insufferable indignity of being fondled in public by men with power over their lives and their freedom to move about in their own country.

Freedom, misrepresented in American culture misconstrues and blurs the differences between intimidation, and protecting natural movement and endeavors, like making a living, moving from place to place without fear, or making inroads to a better life going to school, or trading ideas with others. Today, freedom is invasion of other people's land. In vogue is the government bullying Native American protectors of water, and their sovereignty with police force. This is the definition and concept of freedom in the States. This is as Donald Trump puts it, 'making American great again!' Traveling across the Atlantic ocean to demolish the infrastructure of Iraq, the holy land of Christiandom, is called protecting American freedom! Following that logic, that spirit; the noise of bombers flying over cities as a show of force over the states where military airbases are located is called 'the sound of freedom' by patriots helping to solidify the notion that the bulk of the national budget should go to the war machine.

Back to the subject at hand, under the influence of the enormous fear of the police Nigerian women will endure indignities for reasons obvious to all present. Not taken into account is the deep rage a man feels knowing there is nothing he can do to stop a police man from groping his woman without fear of reprisal. Because an officer named himself as the photographer tells even more the overwhelming power the police and military have over their people.

There is nothing laughable or funny about being violated. Laughter covers fear and rage. That mask is an illusion. Beneath it over time a plan will come forth and policemen will wind up mysteriously dead, or crippled. Stalking and killing the evil of one's life is the path of human nature in climate like this, and the way of a protective spirit within men and women against evil forces masquerading as a just force over their lives. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 10.29.16  

A Simple White Dress

Kim Kardashian wearing a white see-thru Dolce & Gabbana dress in October 30, 2013 on the Tonight Show greets Jay Leno.

Kim Kardashian wearing a white see-thru Dolce & Gabbana dress in October 2013 on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Classic Arts of Leg Apprieciation

Alisa as Vampirella in heels
(October 302015)

Andrea Jeremiah's classic beauty !!!!

Viktoria Modesta, Latvia-born singer & model released her first music video !!!!

Kokomi Sakura is knowingly a distraction at work !!!!


Saturday, October 29, 2016

Painful Admission

Thursday, February 4, 2016

A federal jury awarded $23.1 million on Wednesday to a 22-year-old black man who was unarmed when he was shot and paralyzed by a sheriff's deputy, but Florida lawmakers will have to approve any award above $200,000.
The six-woman, two-man jury ruled after 3 and half  hours of deliberation that Palm Beach County Sheriff's Sgt. Adams Lin violated Dontrell Stephens' civil rights when he shot him in September 2013.

Lin, who had stopped Stephens for riding his bicycle into traffic, testified that he shot Stephens four times because he reached for his waistband with his left hand and then flashed a dark object that he thought was a small handgun. Stephens testified that he was raising his hands when Lin opened fire for no reason. Video from the dashboard camera in Lin's patrol car showed Stephens' left hand was empty and a cellphone was in his right hand.

An appeal is expected and Lin's attorneys could ask Magistrate Judge Barry S. Seltzer to reduce the damages. The jury apparently rejected Lin's claim that he had made an "objectively reasonable mistake" when he shot Stephens. The jurors declined comment as they left the courthouse as did Lin and his attorneys. Lin sat stoically as the verdict was read, while Stephens wept as he was wheeled into the courtroom minutes later. He declined comment.

Jack Scarola, Stephens' lead attorney, said the verdict is a victory not only for his client but for law enforcement officers who have been unfairly stigmatized by unjustified violence against young black men by a small minority of their colleagues. He said the verdict will help restore faith in the justice system among the African-American community.
"This will help good police officers do their duty and be far more effective in their communities," Scarola said.
Under Florida law, the Legislature has to approve any lawsuit payment against a government agency that exceeds $200,000. In the past, legislators have been reluctant to do that, even in non-controversial cases. For example, it took about three years for the Legislature to approve a $3.5 million settlement for a Jacksonville teenager who was paralyzed when a large branch from a city-owned tree broke off and hit him in the head, paralyzing him. The city, admitting fault, had asked for him to be paid.

In another case, it took more than four years for the Legislature to approve a $10.7 million settlement for a teenager who was permanently disabled when a speeding sheriff's deputy plowed into her car. A jury had awarded her $30 million.

Scarola said legislators "would not be fulfilling their sworn obligation" if they failed to approve Stephens' payment. He said they would be overriding a jury that heard all the evidence and found that a "major injustice" had been done, and condemning Stephens to a life of poverty and suffering.
Stephens' attorneys had said from the beginning that they would seek more than $5 million to cover his medical treatment and future care, but they did not mention the amount they would seek for pain and suffering until closing arguments to the jury Wednesday. Attorney Darryl Lewis told jurors Stephens will have more than $6 million in medical and care expenses during his lifetime, and that he deserved at least $18 million for his pain and suffering. An expert testified that he could spend more than 50 years in his condition.

The case was among several nationwide that have sparked debate about the deaths of unarmed black males following encounters with law enforcement officers. Seltzer had instructed jurors that they could consider only the specific circumstances of Stephens' shooting and no other. Lin, an Asian-American, was cleared of criminal wrongdoing by sheriff's investigators and local prosecutors and was later promoted to sergeant.

Lin, 38 and a 12-year veteran of the sheriff's office, testified that he stopped Stephens for riding his bicycle into traffic and because he didn't recognize him from the neighborhood. Stephens, who admitted smoking marijuana earlier that morning and once served 90 days in jail for a felony drug conviction, had been riding to a friend's house after a trip to a convenience store.

In the dashcam video, Lin speeds up his patrol car to catch Stephens as he pedals down a West Palm Beach residential street. Stephens sees Lin and turns into the parking lot of a duplex, hops off his bike and puts it down, his right hand holding his cellphone. Stephens moves behind a car and both men are now outside the camera's view. Stephens testified Lin already had his gun drawn and shot him after he raised his hands. Lin denied that, saying he only drew and fired after Stephens flashed his cellphone like it was a gun.

Scarola told the jury that Lin must have already had his gun pointed at Stephens because he couldn't have seen the cellphone, perceived it as a gun, drawn his own gun and fired in the two seconds Stephens was out of view of the dashcam video.

(author curiously unnamed)

A Black Woman's Star

A Story to Tell: Jasmine NELSON

Stories are important. The legacies of a people are their stories. Their stories come one by one. Here is one. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 10.29.16

Deep penetrating beauty of the African bloodlines create power(s) the way other bloodlines do not, cannot.
photo of Jasmine Nelson.

Beauty Guru Of The Month For September 2016: Jasmine Nelson

by Jenny Aluning

Interestingly enough, it was the music industry that introduced Jasmine Nelson (Star Central’s Beauty Guru of the Month for September 2016) to fashion and make-up. According to the self-taught beauty guru, “I used to watch a lot of music videos, and music television shows just to see some of my favorite artists as well as see what the latest trends were in fashion….when I started modeling in college, make-up artistry became a love interest for me. I would sit on YouTube all day, watch beauty videos, recreate looks from a tutorial, and enjoy the talent of beauty itself. I fell in the love with make-up, and I never looked back.”

The 27-year old then decided in 2009 to take that love to another level. She said that she wanted to “educate others on make-up artistry, fashion, and lifestyle vlogs. When it comes to make-up I wanted to create and develop relationships with people from different walks of life…” She transformed from a self-taught make-up artist to a professional one, as well as holding a Masters degree in the Arts.

Jasmine declares, “Fashion is your story; your style is just the narrator telling the story.” She enjoys how much one can creatively express themselves through style. It is such a diverse medium, she says, and it is only through experimentation that one can truly arrive at that combination of looks that defines you and fills you with confidence.

There’s no denying that the fashion/beauty world is a competitive one and where one can be easily discouraged. Luckily, Jasmine has a legion of fans, friends and family encouraging and supporting her along her journey. She says “I’m so appreciative of every single last one of them. They keep me motivated, and inspire me to become greater and even more successful in my career(s).” One of her biggest fans is her father. Jasmine says he is most enthusiastic “when it comes to following ALL of my dreams and career. He always gives me the motivation I need to keep striving, and wishes me well throughout all my success.”

Her career choice has given the LA-based make-up artist a lot of memorable experiences through the years. One of her most memorable is the first time she attended IMATS held in New York in 2014. IMATS is the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show where thousands of make-up artists, exhibitors and enthusiasts discuss and display anything and everything related to beauty. Imagine being able to learn not only from the top talents in the industry but from Hollywood’s make-up elite as well. It is no wonder that Jasmine found the event so very exciting.

Jasmine has also been able to meet many interesting individuals in the industry. An encounter that stands out for her is with social media’s beauty megastar, MakeUp Shayla. Jasmine recalls that “she is so down to earth and relatable. The first time I met her was at the NYX Cosmetic Grand opening for a store location here in Los Angeles. The next time was at Generation Beauty, and she remembered me from the NYX event. We took pictures, and did Snapchat videos with her dog Titus. Fun times!”

So far, success has been a welcome blessing to the African-American make-up guru. Just like any road to seeing dreams realized, there have been many up and downs and lessons learned along the way. According to Jasmine, her most valuable lesson was that “you MUST remain humble in anything you do or achieve…stay true to yourself, and never forget where you came from.”

Passion, creativity and hard work are essential to any successful endeavor and fortunately, Jasmine Nelson has those in abundance. She shares her plans of “growing in the beauty industry, and create and formulate my own cosmetic line. I also wish to pursue my acting career, expand my love for philanthropy, and start my own non-profit organization focusing on social problems, youth, performing arts, and beauty.”


1. What is the one beauty product you can’t live without? I can’t live without my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade

2. What is the most dramatic thing you’ve ever done to change your looks? The most dramatic thing I’ve done to change my look would have had to be my “Big Chop” back in 2010 when I went natural.

3. What is in your makeup bag when you travel? Everything!!! You name it, I got it!

4. What is the one “flaw” you wouldn’t change about yourself? One flaw I wouldn’t change is my FULL lips. I’ve grown to love them.

5. Your best guilty pleasure… After watching a million and one make-up haul videos on YouTube, I secretly cyber window shop on I fill up my cart with items, I know I’m NOT going to purchase, because once I’m done adding those items to my cart, my total adds up to $856.00… LOL

Jasmine Nelson, LA-based stylist, make up artist. (2016 Sept.) !!!!


Tiara Kristine by Gabriel Photography. October 21, 2016

For the Woman who Is..
For the Woman who Isn't
For the Woman who feels good about Herself....
For the Woman who doesn't
For the Woman who Speaks her Truth....
For the Woman who Hasn't
For the Woman who will ...
For the Woman who won't
For the Woman who can...
For the Woman who can't
For the Woman who Isn't afraid...
For the Woman who Is
For the Woman who Is up.....
For the Woman who Is down
For Her .... For Me ... For You

_____________ by Tiara Kristine

Dream Captured

Monica Bellucci by Annie Leibovitz

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Self love is self mastery.

Neva Ingall's life force speaks the maxim of "Self love is self mastery".

Say with me: "Appreciation brings peace, love and abundance. Hold the power of love and light. Develop your love and light skill and breathe the perfume of peace.

Wise souls are in direct transmission with the source and with all living things in the awareness frequency of Divine Love. Breath with us and be in the Oneness.

Meditate and yoga nidra with me, Neva Ingalls."   

Asian body profile in classic statue lighting.  

The Study of Shadow and Light.

This is a study essential to the life of a hunter, the warrior's spirit and the safety of the families and communities protected by them. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories (Oct. 27, 2016)

From Pity to Strength.

Maori woman of old days.

"When I dare to be powerful – to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid." - Audre Lorde, poet

"I pity from the bottom of my heart any individual who is so unfortunate as to get into the habit of holding race prejudice, for nothing else makes one so blind and narrow." - Booker T. Washington

elegant Black Lady in the window.

Break Free?

Bondage is against the laws of Nature, and wars against the essence of women.
- Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 1.19.16

"If you're going to hold someone down you're going to have to hold on by the other end of the chain. You are confined by your own repression." - Toni Morrison, author, "Kindred"

Be About IT.

"Just use your head, and in the end you'll find your inspiration," ( Guns N' Roses )

1896, Francis Benjamin Johnson's Self Portrait.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

What isn't passed on to daughters . . .

Warrioress from a European clan.

"The call that inspires the spiritual warrior in her journey is the call to discover authenticity and freedom within herself and to embody that in her life. Answering this call does not demand that we divorce our partners, leave our children or renounce our jobs and aspirations. It does require us to question whether the forms and roles we have chosen communicate the values and wisdom we honour." ~ Tina Arriola


pyramid tattoo

The powerful symbol on her back draws a distinct contrast between the depth and powers of the pyramid and the vanity of a selfie taken in a bathroom. It underscores a challenge of the early part of this century: maturity in youth and the development of mind, spirit, body and the maturation of emotions that the pyramid teaches at the deepest level of being.  These are important and lost to too many these pillars of adulthood. ~ Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 1.15.16

the Warrior thinks


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

the American Dream: the pursuit of happiness.

"If you are attached to human happiness, you are in for a lot of trouble, because nightmares are inevitable along with the beautiful dreams. But if you will think of a dream as a dream, whether it is enjoyable or dreadful, you will have peace. When you realize that life is a dream, then you are free."

- Paramahansa Yogananda

Yugarilya Zhangaela

Dangerous Women of Substance & the War on Terror

Naomi Campbell is dangerous with what she has, who she is and what she fights for...
- Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 8.23.16

French fighter jets dropped bombs on a Syrian hospital. This is some of what is left. (June 2016)

French fighter jets dropped bombs on a Syrian hospital. This baby was killed. (June 2016)

Unbearable. You cannot engulf with words what this is, what it means and how it feels on the receiving end of air strikes. We have precious few memories in the U.S. of being bombed and as a consequence have the audacity to rejoice about successful air strikes. Seeing the world at war as a video game is a buffer. When we awaken it will be in the opposite role. And then? - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 10.24.16

French fighter jets dropped bombs on a Syrian hospital. This baby was killed also. (June 2016)

Native woman's introspective beauty of form and face. In the eyes her people peer back into focus on an inner truth.
Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories
October 24, 2016

Orgasm, ANK, and Life


 When it comes to Tantra and the concept of using sexual energy and love-making as a path to God or the Divine, there has long been conflicting opinions as to the role of orgasms in achieving these higher states of consciousness. Many insist that the man can only attain union with the Divine if he abstains from orgasms and retains his seed. Then there are those who believe that even orgasm in women leads to changes in bio-chemistry that can cause disconnection later on. Apparently the Egyptians believed otherwise, see article below. I think that they were right in many ways; in my experience it does not matter as much whether to orgasm or not, but what we do with the energy that gets awakened before, during and after orgasm, whether we allow it to dissipate leaving us empty or whether we know how to guide it in ways that will feed our spirit. This is true not just for orgasm but for any state of sexual arousal. That is why I always suggest that people focus on the making of love rather than having sex. If love is the focus and intent then you don’t need any special technique and you really don’t need to know about chakras or anything esoteric. Let the beauty and pleasure of sexual energy ignite and open your love channel, that of personal love for your partner, but also that of Divine Love and you will be on the right path.

The Ankh and the Orgasm~ (taken from Drunvalo writings)

It was believed in ancient Egypt that the orgasm was the key to eternal life, and that it was intimately connected with the chakra system. A chakra is an energy vortex connected to the entire human energy field, and the Universal Heart Chakra is the fifth of thirteen chakras. (There is also a system of eight chakras; in that system, the heart chakra is number four.) The Egyptian system held that the orgasm was intimately connected to this fifth, or Universal Heart Chakra.

First, we will explain the connection to eternal life.

Most people in the world are ignorant about what happens to their sexual energy after they have an orgasm. Usually, the energy moves up the spine and out the top of the head directly into the eighth or thirteenth chakra (same chakra, different system). In a few rare cases, the sexual energy is released down the spine into the hidden centre below the feet, the point opposite the one above the head. In either case, the sexual energy — the concentrated life-force energy called prana in Hinduism — is dissipated and lost. It is similar to discharging a battery into a ground wire. It is no longer in the battery and so it is gone forever. This is what all the world’s Tantric systems that I am aware of believe, that orgasm brings one a little closer to death because a person loses his or her life-force energy in the orgasm and is made weaker. But the Egyptians found long ago that it does not have to be this way.

It is for this reason that the Hindu and Tibetan Tantra systems ask the male to avoid ejaculating. Instead, they speak of these tiny invisible tubes where, when a student learns to control the orgasm and the flow of their sexual energy, the sperm migrates up to the higher centres.

Both of these systems, and also the Chinese Taoist system, are all primarily concerned with the sexual energy flow, sometimes referred to as “sexual currents.” They are primarily concerned with what happens as the sexual energy is moved before the orgasm, but they all have entirely different views of this energy compared to the Egyptians.

The Egyptians believed that orgasm is healthy and necessary, including the release of sperm in males, but that the sexual energy currents must be controlled in a deeply esoteric procedure that is unlike any other system. They believed that if this energy is controlled, the human orgasm becomes a source of infinite pranic energy that is not lost. They believe that the entire Mer-Ka-Ba or lightbody (the field of energy surrounding and interpenetrating the body) benefits from this sexual release. They even believe that under the right conditions the orgasm will directly lead to eternal life, and that the ankh is the key.

~with Kuah Ming and Bernardo Nuñez Carmona.


the beauty of lovers is touching the way we return to imtimacy time and time again...


Monday, October 24, 2016

Wind is Bold, Black Ladies Are a Force.

Nothing like a Black woman on fire within herself ...

Black woman's full body in a casual black & white dress made of rayon with a hood and a front middle pocket make right the perception of the eye in the middle of a storm of emotions she stirs up. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 10/24/16

Fashion tips for fine Black women...

This ensemble is an easy to wear corporate attire that is simple and effortless.
Brown in brown so fine.

Fashion has taken different turn over the years at every turn new trends take over the scene. In the past many plus size women never felt they could be part of the growing industry or could appear as fabulous as their slimmer counterpart. But this is the 21st century, a contemporary time in which plus size women can make bold statement with their attires, no more hiding in the closet ladies! Show those beautiful curve.

Here are some tips to show that a plus size woman can get her groove on whether its day time wear ,corporate wear, rocking jeans or dinner time . Rock on ladies!

Read for yourself. 

purple and brown fine.

LUST for discipine

Lust is a great idea in the moment.

Oh Yess

Lust, the idea and feel of it is a great rush until thought intervenes and
a man's spirit checks his life force and he has to be stronger than what is available to him.
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories



Sunday, October 23, 2016


Black Velvet
November 25, 2015 

Dreams of now are tomorrow, today and fluid. Dreams are not promises they are projections.
- Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 1.15.16

Seducing by surprise is a surprise when the mind catches up with the senses all ready before conscious kicks in. If strength of intent isn't there that is a man's fault if he falls in bed with the wrong woman. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 1.1.16