African/Native American Queen

Celebrity Twin Status


Have you ever been mistaken for a famous Celebrity, Entertainer, or sports figure?

Hollywood, Bollywood or Nollywood (Nigerian films)!!

For example for some strange reason in the past I’ve been told I look like Whoopi Goldberg and the singer Macy Gray. The former I knew but the latter I had to research. I did have the opportunity to see Whoopi Goldberg in person and the only we had in common was my locs and the fact we are both Black Women who wear eyeglasses.  I no longer wear my hair in locs but even when I did Whoopi and I could never be twins.



Whoopi Goldberg


Macy Gray

As for the singer Macy Grey well once I allow my hair to grow out my mane does tend to get wild and Free like Sister Macy.  My co-workers have a weird odd strange sense of humor.

Still that’s where the resemblance ends.
Have you ever been mistaken for a Celebrity?  If so who?

Okay now that you’ve had the chance to compare all the photos the only component that both Macy Gray and I have in common is belonging to the Wild and UnTamed Hair Club!!



Here is my favorite Macy Gray song.

Macy Gray – I Try


Macy Gray – Beauty In The World


Self Care Birthday Weekend 


This is what 58 looks like!

Digging the Blue mascara and my sculpted Afro!! Plus my Red Kissable Full Lips!! ♡♡ ☆☆

I shall refresh my Red Hair Color later and post more photos.  Also see below for some impromptu polls!

Muah! !


The Eyes have it!! Trying Out Blue Mascara. What do you folks out there think of my experiment?  Yay or Nay?



Throwback Photo from My 1970s Selves

Question for you Dear Readers, Subscribers and Followers. Which Afro do you prefer? My current Afro or the Afro I had in the late 1970s?  Let me know! Please!


Pedicure — Foot Pampering



Kool & The Gang – Celebration




1959 ~~ A Very Good Year


Top Songs of 1959


Best Music of 1959

1959 The Year that Changed Jazz


The year 1959


Wonder where my parents got inspiration for some of the corny outfits I had to wear during the 1960s.  Maybe from the below video? Gotta Love the Gingham dress!! At least it has some Red in it which was and still is one of my favorite colors. LOL!!


Gigi Sets Fashion (1959}


My Dad had a Chevy Impala but it was from the 1960s. However since I am showcasing my Birth Year 1959 let’s see a Vintage car  from that year.

1959 Chevrolet Chevy Impala Convertible in Roman Red & Engine Start My Car Story with Lou Costabile



Review Of The Year 1959 (1959)







Birthday Baby

The Baby in these photos will be 58 years old on Monday, February 27th!!  Happy Birthday to Me!  Pisces Rule!







Black History Month – James Brown “Say it loud, I’m Black and I’m proud!”

Say it Loud!! “I’m Black and I’m Proud!!

Lionel Sneed Ministries

To cap off my tribute to Black History month, I would like to share this video of the incomparable James Brown’s iconic black anthem, “Say it loud, I’m black and I’m proud!” This song lifted the spirits of many during a time of unrest and uncertainty.

I ran across this article in the International Business Times that I thought was interesting and I wanted to share it with you.

Wednesday kicked off the United States’ Black History Month, an annual observance honoring African-Americans and the roles they’ve played in the country throughout the past several centuries. Celebrations and activities are often tailored toward schoolchildren, but the lessons they learn about equality and diversity are universal.

“Events that occur during Black History Month bring awareness of the times, enabling us as Americans to celebrate each other based on character and the content of their hearts, not the color of their skin,” Tameika Culler Morris…

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