We arrived at the mall, she did some shopping and before we left, bought me a Rocky Road cone from the ice cream shop. I was in heaven! I wouldn’t eat Rocky Road today, but then it was my favorite. It was all about the marshmallows!!!
Moving from the parking lot she changed the music, a song was in play and in a few minutes faded. Upon hitting 30 to go back to York, it started… DUNT, DUNT…Duh, Duh, Duh…DUNT, DUNT…Duh, Duh, Duh… She turned it up!!! I was in full groove! “Damon, don’t you drop none of that in my car,” she said, never breaking the feel. “I’ve got the best! duh, duh, duh… I’ve got the very best! duh, duh, duh…” we sang.
There’s a lot I can say about this great minstrel, but his body of work speaks for itself. He was gospel music’s Quincy Jones (I often say). He was a trailblazer for artists like me. Not to take anything away from artists like Rance Allen, Edwin & Walter Hawkins or even my God-Mother Twinkie Clark (all of whom are rooted in the Church of God in Christ, FYI), it simply amazes me how Andraé was able to BE so gospel not only in gospel music but also in R&B.
See you “next Sunday.”
kNatrual Light Photography
Here’s a fun and lighthearted shoot for you!
I was running errands with KNAGUI and a friend of ours when he decided that this place was perfect for shooting! We didn’t care too much about what I was wearing; we just decided to enjoy the moment, and we did (as you can see from the pictures, I can’t stop laughing!).
We were walking by and reading the Vogue Italia installation of photographs representing “The Italian Way” and “A Tribute to Italian Beauty” (amazing pictures can be found throughout this outdoor exhibit, by the way!) in Milan and decided to make mention of it on the blog.
While there I imitated Sophia Loren’s poses, jumped and twirled around, laughed and played. It was a welcome break for my spirit after such a serious day. We loved the results and hope you appreciate our sharing them with you!
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