Stroke Recovery It was almost a year ago while minding my business and at the end of what seemed to be a normal day, I was stricken with a stroke. Doctors said it was a “small” stroke but it has made a major difference in my life. I was blessed to not have most of the issuesContinue reading “Stroke Recovery – The Journey Back”
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Not your everyday dentist office.
One of last week’s assignments was a photo shoot for Ambiance Dental Spa in Bowie, MD. It’s not your everyday dental practice. Dr. Clarine Green Hightower describes it as a dental spa and you will know what she means when you walk in and see the warm colors, comfortable seating, and patient friendly operatories (I just learned thatContinue reading “Not your everyday dentist office.”
Downtown Washington, DC turned Purple for Pancreatic Cancer Research
I never appreciated the beauty of the color purple until I saw masses of purple T-Shirts and purple and white balloons in downtown Washington this past Saturday.
Support Shirley’s Angel Foundation at Pancreatic Cancer Purple Stride 5K Walk in Washington, DC
Join the team! Even if it is too late to walk or you have other plans for Saturday, your donation can walk and help advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
K.Nicole- Freelance Artist, Personal Trainer, Personal Chef
K.Nicole Photoshoot last year. Since our shoot K.Nicole has started a new business promoting healthy lifestyles through nutrition and fitness. It includes Kitchen Takeovers; Personal Chef service; Custom Work outs; and Personal Training K.Nicole on Facebook Makeup: http://www.vernitadawkins.com http://www.lonniedawkins.com/ Lonnie Dawkins on Facebook Lonnie Dawkins is a Maryland Portrait and Event Photographer.
Be an angel, a PURPLE Angel, and help fight Pancreatic Cancer in the African American Community
Since her passing Shirley’s children and husband Warren have established Shirley’s Angel Foundation in her memory. It has already become the leading provider of research and education to decrease the incidence and mortality of Pancreatic Cancer in the African-American community.