Today is Mardi Gras, a day to celebrate and have fun.
Mardi Gras is the last chance many Christians have to “let their hair down” before the beginning of Lent, a 40 day period of fasting and sacrifice ending on Easter Sunday.
You don’t have to pick a special day to have fun. Everyday can be Mardi Gras when you live a life of bliss.
ENJOY, DON’T DESTROY.
Why are you sitting around reading my blog?
Go out, enjoy your day. Celebrate, get your bliss on. Dance, sing, eat, enjoy. This is what life is for.
I’ll be here tomorrow.
If you know of a positive blog that I can feature here, please let me know on Facebook.
Smiling Thoughts (clownponders.wordpress.com)
6 Habits of Happiness (davidkanigan.com)
A Good Day to Live (allaboutlemon.com)
Happy Mardi Gras! (lipglossandlife.wordpress.com)
Mardi Gras Mayhem (queerty.com)
DIY Mardi Gras Roundup (thestitcherati.com)
Hosting a Festive Mardi Gras Party (redenvelope.com)
Mardi Gras in New Orleans: back in full swing (telegraph.co.uk)
Mardi Gras in Mobile (sherrylcook.wordpress.com)
BLACK HISTORY MONTH CONTEST
We have a little more than a week left in the Black History Month Contest. I am sharing the 21 African-Americans who influenced me the most. If you are the first person to guess who my #1 influence is, you will win a $47 Purpose Driven Woman Boot Camp courtesy of fellow blogger Taquila Coleman.
13.James Weldon Johnson
17. Paul Laurence Dunbar
18. Maya Angelou
19. Langston Hughes
20. Nikki Giovanni
21. Marian Anderson
WHO DO YOU THINK WILL BE #1?