Hey Cuties, On Thursday I hit the streets to celebrate the Comcast launch event of two majority black-owned networks. Oh yes, thangs are changing I introduce to you AFRO and CLEO TV on the Comcast Xfinity platform. This dope super black event took place at the Newseum in Washington, DC. The who's who of the two networks were in attendance and I, MimiCuteLips had her face all up in the place.
Hey Cuties, On the heels or staying up late last night watching the Oscars I even more excited to share this movie you. Are you a Marvel fan like The Man-child? Do you get caught up in the DC vs. Marvel comics? I do not, but I know folks are loyal and they like what they like. If you are down with the Marvel set then you want to keep reading for sure.
Hey Cuties,I have more movie opportunities for you. I love reading your comments saying you got your passes and you enjoyed the movies. If you see me come up and chat, let's snap a photo and such. I have another family-friendly movie. No judgment here, you are not required to have children to watch this movie.
Hey Cuties, Last weekend the family and I set out to watch a Rugby match. The day prior Babe and I were watching our local news channel and they featured the Paralyzed Veterans of America who were tearing up the court and crashing into one another at full speed. We've never seen a Rugby game in person, and this was next level. During the news segment, they mentioned that they were in town for the weekend and it was free. So we went, it shocking, it was high impact, it was filled with energy and we were yelling like it was a football game. We were greatly entertained and inspired.
Hey Cuties, Love is in the air as we are two days out from Valentine's Day. The stores are on steroids and the flowers have turned red, pink, and white. LittleCuteLips has been in my craft room working on her handmade Valentine's Day cards. She can't wait to give them to us. Are you celebrating the day of or over the long weekend?
Hey Cuties, Last week I had the honor of attending the screening of The Green Book Guide to Freedom at the Blacksonian [National Museum of African American History & Culture]. I legit thought this was a screening for the movie Green Book. I clearly failed to read the invite for understanding, but what I got was even better. However now having the history and back story of The Green Book Guide to Freedom I really want to see the movie Green Book.