NOVEMBER IS MY FAVORITE MONTH OF THE YEAR AND HERE’S WHY

November is hands down my favorite month of the year! The weather is crisp but not too chilly and the leaves fall off the trees so beautifully. Why November? I’m glad you asked because here’s a list of my favorite things about November:

It’s my FAVORITE person in the world’s Birthday is this month (my daughter, Sierra Giselle) – My life changed forever and for the better when I had my mini-me at 3:36 on November 7, 2013. I still cannot believe she turns five years old today. YIKES. Happy Birthday baby girl 🙂

So, my daughter was born two weeks before MY birthday. Do I really need to elaborate on this one. HAHA. (This year, and many years in the past, my birthday has landed on Thanksgiving!)

As mentioned above, my birthday falls on Thanksgiving this year and I am beyond excited because it’s my favorite holiday. My favorite day and favorite holiday equals me in heaven for the day 🙂

Holiday gatherings – Thanksgiving and Friendsgiving (I consider my close friends family)

Sweater weather – You cannot go wrong with a cozy sweater that fits your body well. It’s perfect to wear with a light jacket or a heavier one for when temps drop outside.

FOOD and SWEET POTATO PIE (My favorites! I love Thanksgiving food and desserts and I save all my really bad eating days for this time of the year.)

 

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QUEEN BEY: SEVEN BRILLIANT MOMENTS FROM THE ‘LEMONADE’ MINI MOVIE

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1. The film is amazing visually

2. Queen Bey went country with the song “Daddy Lessons”

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3. The special guest in the film were unexpected but, amazing. The special included Serena Williams, Frank Ocean, Zendaya, Drake, and Nicki Minaj.

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4. The story line of LEMONADE is heartbreaking is broken down into chapters: “Denial”, “Anger”, “Accountability”, and “Redemption”. It follows the downfall of a relationship due to cheating.

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5. The album and mini-movie is called LEMONADE based on a saying by Beyonce’s late grandmother: Agnéz Deréon: “I had my ups and downs, but I always found the inner strength to pull myself up. I was served lemons, but I made lemonade.”

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6. She rented out an entire football stadium to make all of this happen!

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7. Beyonce celebrates Black women on “Freedom”.

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What did you guys think of LEMONADE the mini-movie and the album? I love it so far!