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Yashi Brown’s “Black Daisy in a White Limousine 77 Poems: The Art of Life, Love & Family poetry book is a Must Read…

I am so excited to finally have a copy of Yashi Brown’s “Black Daisy in a White Limousine 77 Poems: The Art of Life, Love & Family poetry book. 

I love her poetry book and I encourage those of you that have not picked up her poetry book, to please do so.  

Yashi takes you back in time and helps you remember the good, the bad, and moves you forward into the future. This is truly a wonderful poetry book that everyone should read.

There are many, many, many poems that I like from her poetry book but, I will only highlight my top five (5) for you today and ask you to please check out Yashi Brown’s website at: http://yashibrown.com/and also please consider purchasing her poetry book.

My top five (5) favorite poems from her poetry book are “Genius is Love” (which is also highlighted on our Yashi Brown page),” Mom”, “She Wants A Man”, “Confessions of a 33- Year Old Stereo Junkie” and “Fashionista”. 

The poem “Genius is Love” Yashi describes her relationship and love she had for her Uncle Michael and it is an inspiring tribute to the “King of Pop” from someone special and close that was in his life and knew him well. This poem is extremely moving and will bring you to tears.

The poem “Mom” is a playful and fun way that through the eyes of Yashi fans can read how she sees her mom. The love her mom and dad have for each other. You can tell in this poem that her parents are her role models in “Love” and that she hopes to find the same happiness that they have one day with someone special.

The poem “She Wants a Man” Yashi basically sums up what every young woman should and needs to be looking for in a man. She covers it all, leaving nothing out. Her words are filled with confidence and it helps to encourage women all over the world who are looking for Mr. Right, to keep searching.

The poem “Confessions of a 33-Year Old Stereo Junkie” is for any fan who grew up listening to music and who loves what music can make you feel like. Yashi captures what every teenage girl’s feelings are like when growing up and having an older and younger sibling. Yashi truly covers how music can heal, excite you, and create enjoyment for the listener.

The poem “Fashionista” is for all the fashion fans out there. She simply and creatively explains the excitement and the thrill one feels when fashion is every part of your being. The way you look at styles, run ways, models, and fashion stores. This poem is truly another fun and playful way of expressing one’s self.

I hope this will inspire many of you to check out Yashi poetry book .Yashi Brown’s “Black Daisy in a White Limousine 77 Poems: The Art of Life, Love & Family poetry book is available in Paperback, Kindle, and PDF Format. Fans can purchase Yashi’s poetry book several different ways including Amazon.com and Lulu for more information please log on to http://yashibrown.com/black-daisy.

Written by:  Amber, owner of We Love 3T, 85’ A.B. For L.O.V.E. and Fans of S.D. J. Unite. 

"True You: A Journey of Finding and Loving Yourself" by Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson is writing a book talking about Weight Struggles and Self-Esteem. "I'm really coming from the soul with it, and what I was going through at different times in my life and what possibly brought it about for myself." She will also include in the book what she did "nutrition-wise" to slim down "when she needed to, but warns, "It's different for everyone."
-http://www.people.com


"I could not believe how big I was, how heavy I really was," she said. "I would see myself in the mirror, but I wouldn't look too often. I didn't want to get used to that image." -http://www.people.com 

“It was originally about weight loss. But I wanted it to be more about my triggers. I can be an emotional eater. Of late, I have been doing that, yes. It started when I was very little. My brothers were gone on tour a lot, and I would miss them so much. Certain things in my life would become triggers. I wish I’d had a book like this when I was that young. People forget that everyone has things going on. It’s still important to face reality, and not that I’m running, but sometimes you just need to get away for a second.”
http://news.softpedia.com/ 

“I love shoulder pads, a nipped waist. Since I was 16, I used to shop at Maxfield in L.A. I loved Thierry Mugler, Gaultier." As of late, she’s become a fan of Roland Mouret and Alexander McQueen. She also adores shoes, so much so that she just had a dedicated room built for her many pairs, “Louboutin, YSL, Alaïa, and Giuseppe Zanotti.
-http://news.softpedia.com/.

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"True You: A Journey of Finding and Loving Yourself" by Janet Jackson...

Here fans can post their thoughts on various topics related to Janet Jackson's book, "True You: A Journey of Finding and Loving Yourself".

Topics will be related to different chapters in Janet Jackson's book. Fans are also welcome to write in their thoughts on information they read that relates to the chapter that is being dicussed at the time.

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Quote from Chapter 1- "Breaking Free"...

"So my heart goes out to people who say they work out but still can't lose
weight or who eat very little and yet can't slim down. I know the frustration. I know the sadness". -Janet Jackson

Please post your response below:

I can relate to Janet's statement because the size that she was trying to lose in this chapter is the size I am fighting to lose right now. Some days  I feel like I am making progress other days I feel like I have gain everything back all over again. I feel like one little bite of something not so healthy for me will just send me over the edge but, one thing is for sure, I am going to lose the weight. -Amber

Hi Amber,
I can relate to this as well. I don't know how many diet plans I have been on that just don't work for me or how many times I have worked-out and that was not enough. It wasn't until I went to a professional trainer, that I realized that the food I was eating was really making me gain weight instead of losing weight. I was really surprised by what I learned and it has help me make better choices about the food I am eating. -Rachel

I totally get what Janet was saying in this comment. I don't care how much I work out, it seems as if I get bigger. I have always had trouble with my weight no matter how hard I've tried I just seem to not be able to loose it. This has also affected my confidence and self esteem. When people are on the outside looking in, it's easy for them to say your not working hard enough, your eating the wrong things and that is not always the case. I am now back at weight watchers for the fourth time and I hope and pray that it works this time. -Carla

I feel your pain my sisters it is not easy and losing weight can truly be an up heel battle. Some girlfriends and I went to fashion week in NYC and the models that they had walking the runaway don't get me wrong, the clothes were nice but, not realistic to what most women really look like. I saw designers that had more shape than those walking the runaway. It is not easy being a big girl because there is so much pressure to be thin everywhere you look. Can anyone explain to me why designers think that big girls want to wear flower print? I am already a big girl, I don't need to wear clothes that make me look bigger. -Tammi
 
Quote from Chapter 2: "As Pretty As"...
"Don't compare yourself to anyone else. Comparions are almost always harmful. Comparions mean there's a winner and loser and you're the one who winds up feeling like a loser". -Janet Jackson

Please post your response below...

I remember sometimes being compared when I was going up to older family members or friends and it really made me feel sometimes like I was not good enough or it mad me down right mad and I decided to prove to anyone who didn't believe in me that I could hold my own. You find yourself always feeling like you have to measure up to someone and sometimes it can be really overwhelming. Sometimes being the youngest in the family is not easy and certain family members never want you to grow up and be your own person instead of who they think you should
be. It can be tough and to be honest at times it still is but, I am fine with
being me and I now understand that my strength maybe in one thing and my weakness in another but, I am me and that is enough. -Amber

I agree sometimes comparing youself to other people can be very harmful. You have to love yourself from the inside and out and you have to be happy with who you are and don't worry about what other people think of you. You are not going to always fit in everyone's world. -Crystal

You see comparions all the time in the media with celebrities and there is always someone in the media either building up someone or they are destroying them. They are either way too thin or way too
fat. They compare who looks the best wearing the same outfits or the good or bad outfits on the red carpet. Who is or who is not wearing the lastest fashions. It really send the wrong messages to the youth and young adults. -Rachel   
 
Quote from Chapter 11: Young Love...
"It's taken me a lifetime to learn, and to admit it's okay to be confused". 
-Janet Jackson

Please post your response below...

I have been in relationships before when guys have said to me, that I make the perfect girlfriend. The great girl to take home to mama and meet their friends but, once they learn that I will not make out with them without marriage first, they all go running for the hills. It use to make me sad and I felt like something was wrong with me but, not anymore because I know now that I made the right decision for me by saying no and I don't feel bad for it. -Amber

Some guys can really make you feel low about yourself for not giving it all up to them. I have seen guys get what they want and leave. I have seen a lot of young women my age already being mothers and I don't care what anyone says being a teenage mom or a single mom is not easy and waiting is the best thing to do. -Monica

I am a teenage mom and my baby is the best thing and the hardest thing that has ever happened to me. I wish someone had told me that it was okay to wait a while and that just because you think you really love a person doesn't mean that having a baby will bring you even closer. It is funny how a baby changes the whole out look on your life. I have really grown up to see, that it is not about me anymore and it is about this little person I have brought in the world. One thing is for sure, you can't go back, you can only move forward. -Alexa