PRAISE BREAK. A week ago Gracie asked if we could pray for the warts on her thumb and index finger due to the discomfort it caused her. A couple days later they fell off. This past Saturday she had two big warts on the palm of her hand that she asked me to pray for. This time the Holy Spirit told me to bring my boys and Jennifer together and pray that they fall off in the name of Jesus. I'm here to report today they literally fell off while they were out playing with friends. My God is a God of miracles!!!!! Thank you Holy Spirit. Jesus is enough! #heanswersprayers#signs#wonders#miracles#wehavepower
Tl;dr - vote #wehavepower ⚖
Today is the LAST day to ENROL and VOTE. So get out there and exercise your democratic right! Tomorrow is election day and you can also vote then, however, you cannot enrol. •
It's up to you to decide who gets to sit in the beehive, who gets to sit in Parliament and who makes the biggest decisions for Aotearoa. •
It is paramount that you understand that your vote, no matter which party or MP you cast it to, counts. •
Vote by policies which you believe will better your country, vote by your values and vote to better the lives of the underprivileged in NZ. When (not if), WHEN you vote, the likelier a representative from your chosen party will have a seat in Parliament - therefore representing YOU and YOUR beliefs! •
Take this opportunity now my friends, this is your Aotearoa, your country and your future. •
You vote every day, so go out and cast your vote for this year's election. •
And remember, YOUR VOTE MATTERS. #wehavepower#decision2017
I would like to tell God almighty thank you for giving me the opportunity to be selected to be qualified for this process. I would also like to extend a huge thankyou to my support system especially my Mom @majeh ❤️ for helping me purchase most of my campaign items, & of course my beautiful dress❤️✨😘& my aunties @_breese@cajun_godiva for all the tremendous ideas on how to standout through campaign season. I would like to give a huge shoutout to my Campaign team.. Starting with my brothers @sabiboyyy@faristeia Thankyou guys for fitting me in your busy schedules to fix flyers and campaign shirts for me😩☺️ & making sure we brought this crown home ☺️not forgetting this beautiful queen @alllriledup ; @Valerie Odugba @astoldbyify@wendy@iadaeze@dee_shembo@rachel @ Jada @ Boyi @kelly & the list goes on I love y'all with all my heart, thanks for taking out your personal time to put up with all my extra activities and thanks for all the dorm storms, passing out wrist bands, flyers & the social media LITUATION takeover and all the spectacular ideas❤️✨🥂😩 & most importantly I would love to thank #BraveNation for trusting me and successfully joining my team so we can #ASPIRE together🔥✨✨🙌🏾 This process was very humbling & it was definitely One of my best homecomings. I would like to also Congratulate my king @deiondp on winning that crown as well‼️ #WEHAVEPOWER My Senior Year has been Phenomenal so far❤️ Furthermore, Thanks to my spectacular organizations for their continuous support throughout this process as well (ASO, NCNW, Pine Hall Council, Enactus, CIRCLE K, SGA, etc).. We brought a gist of the African (Liberian) Campaign style to the campus of UNCP😝😝😝🌍🇱🇷 Don't forget you have to have POWER in order to ASPIRE✨✨👑🎉 In conclusion, thanks #BraveNation for taking the time out of your precious day to cast your votes and thanks for making me your Homecoming Queen 2017 -2018👑✨😘🌍🇱🇷/🇺🇸. Hello once again, my name is Ms. Georgian B. Kailondo & I'm your Homecoming Queen for the University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2017- 2018👑✨😉😘 #ASPIRE#SeniorYear#ROYALTY
I was at the window at Dunkin Doughnuts where I live yesterday morning.
The young lady working the window accidentally dropped my card on the ground while handing it back to me.
Instantly fear came across her face and she began apologizing to me.
I smiled told her not to worry about it and opened my car door to try to reach my card on the ground.
The young lady continued to apologize and then ran outside to try to help me get my card.
By the time she reached me I already had the card in hand.
I thanked her for coming out to help.
She then appeared back at the window where she continued to apologize.
I told her it was fine not to worry about it and smiled at her again.
The young lady thanked me for being so kind about it because I could have gotten really mad.
She told me some people are really mean in the morning and are easily angered and yell at the people working there.
I did not feel even the smallest twinge of aggravation or anger.
I still felt happy.
Yet someone else might have blown up in anger about their card dropping on the ground.
The young lady's look of genuine fear troubled me.
It is a shame so many people allow their emotions to run them and impact their life and the lives of others in such a negative way.
I continue to work to maintain a positive outlook and control of my emotions because it is a work in progress.