I’m still alive…

5 May

Whew!

Next week is finals week and I have to finish a lab report for human physiology!!

I have two exciting announcements to share, but I’ll only share one (the other one is really big so, I’m going to wait for that one).

I’m going to Las Vegas and San Diego (again) with the family!!

I’m so looking forward to a vacation and once exams are over, I’m going to update a new post on “A New Shade of Feminine,” my feminity blog for black women (but other women are welcome as well).

Expect more frequent posts in the future.

<3Lovelyleblanc7

I’m Getting Married at 22 and Apparently That Upsets People on the Internet

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lovelyleblanc7:

Interesting perspective. I don’t think 22 is that young, but it is refreshing to see millenials get married so young and actually look at marriage in a positive light.
I haven’t even reached 20 years old yet and I’ve already seen peers my age engaged or married.

God bless them!

Originally posted on Wisconsin Whimsy:

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Photography courtesy of Caitlin Skinner Photography.

A few years ago, I was in a pretty low place. Like, Garth Brooks kind of low place. I was your average college student, facing the stress and rigor of attending school full-time, working, attempting to be social, and trying to swim my way out of an abusive relationship. I was stuck there, in a relationship with someone who I thought I was in love with, who I thought was my soul mate, who I thought would one day tie our daughter’s shoes on her first day of school. I was so convinced that he was the source of my happiness, the one person who really understood me, and the person I would be with forever, that I was blind to his constant manipulation and made excuses for his aggression. One day – and to this day I’m still lost as to how…

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Our generation did not invent political correctness, but we can fight it

22 Mar

lovelyleblanc7:

This is a great post. Be prepared to have your thoughts challenged :)

Originally posted on Claire Lehmann:

Political correctness is not a new phenomenon. The fact is that many dangerous questions are currently walled off by the baby boomers who dominate our universities (and large sectors of the media). Today’s culture war likes to scapegoat young people for the rise of the illiberal Left, but the responsibility really lies with the generation who came before us.

Each one of us has the ability to generate a hypothesis. A hypothesis simply comes from asking a question about the world and then using our imaginations to answer it. Almost every advance in human history first came from a person willing to look at the world, or the status quo, from a different angle. But if questions and hypotheses are going to have any impact they must be articulated. Questions have to come out of our minds and into the world around us.

The problem with P.C. is that it…

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6 Mar

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Merry Christmas!

25 Dec

It has been a while and I’ve been home for about two weeks now.

I want to thank God for getting me through my final exams and this semester. Since my classes are filled with science, philosophy, and math, they are difficult.

But He got me through. :)

When I arrived home I was just so happy to be done and finally able to spend time with my family.

Not to mention starting January, I will begin another internship at a prestigious clinic. Sometimes I doubt if I really want to have a health profession, if the late night studying and lack of sleep with bountifulness of stress is really worth it.

But it is, if this is God’s will.

I just thank God that He has gotten me through, my family is safe, and I just pray that everyone has a happy Christmas.

Merry Christmas! :)

Some Privacy Settings Will Soon Be Changed

9 Oct

Hello,

Due to my (sometimes) controversial posts, I’m contemplating on whether or not I should change my blog to private or just password protect some of my posts.

I will most likely go with the later.

This is not because I’m afraid of opposing opinions or views, but because I want to protect my identity when it comes to these type of posts.

As you know, liberals can be very vicious and don’t have any qualms butting in and ruining somebody’s livelihood. I’m just trying to protect my future.

Haha

Anyway, just expect to see some changes in a few days (or hours).

<3 Lovelyleblanc7

P.S. If you would like to know the password to some of my posts and you are already a follower, just send me an e-mail at lovelyleblanc@yahoo.com

For The Young Girls

14 Sep

Hello!

I have finally moved in and have been settled in college for a week and a half now. I did not disappear! (I promise!)

I type, therefore, I am.

(*Note: For anybody who got that philosophical Descartes joke, you get a golden star.)

Anyway, on a more serious note. I’ve known this website called GirlDefined for a few months now, but it was very unpopular at the time. They only had a few posts and before I decided to share it with my followers, I wanted to make sure their values were something I also ascribed to.

I can confidently say that this is a very good site for young women. Most redpill or manosphere blogs can be a bit intimidating and sometimes inappropriate. That is why I think if young women are reading from Christian sources or bloggers it is better.

It is important to be very conscious about what you read on the internet.

Their latest post is a good one and they have so many good articles worth reading. I would recommend subscribing.

Also, VisionaryDaughters have released four new audio messages. Two of them are free. I strongly suggest that you go ahead and read the summaries of them all. The one, I’ve listened to so far is titled “It’s Not About Staying at Home.” It is very eye opening and is a great balance between getting too caught up in legalism vs. completely disregarding God’s word.

Anyway, I really believe that young women have a great calling by God and it is so important for us to understand our purpose and to go out and do it. :)

<3 Lovelyleblanc7

P.S. Please please please go ahead and listen to the audio message “It’s Not About Staying at Home” and their other audio messages as well. It is well worth it.

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