None of us pull the puppet strings. Y’all are really losing your humanity over who will be president. It’s one racist or the other. Pick and calm the hell down. Yes I said hell on a Sunday #judgeme
I am WOMAN!! Whatever my dilemmas I will face them with strength, dignity and love. I will shed my EGO and furiously dance from within my own soul! I will love myself and what I have to give! I will not look externally for what comes from within. The only illusion to your confusion is accepting the perception of you from others as the fact of self. I dance for myself and for the lifting of my illusions, delusions and confusions. I AM what I choose to be no one else on this earth has this power over me! ~CRP LadyRah©2015 Love and happiness yields Rewards and happiness...
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Crown of glory Halo glowing royal Beauty like none other Image of my young mother She is locked and she’s loaded DNA strand forever uncoded A reflection of the origin Young, black, and gorgeous ~Wonder Wombman by Brandon...Read More
Wilson was fascinated by space and wanted to be an astronaut at a very young age. She went into the field of aeronautics with passion in college. Graduating from Taconic High School in Massachusetts, Wilson received her bachelor’s degree from Harvard in 1988 and her master’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas in 1992. Outside of concentrating on studies, Wilson played clarinet, enjoyed skiing and stamp collecting, and was a disc jockey for classical music for WHRB’s radio station. NASA selected Stephanie Wilson in April 1996, She became qualified for flight assignment as a mission specialist after completing two years of training and evaluation. She worked in the Mission Control Center as a prime communicator with space shuttle and space station crews. July 4, 2006, thirty-nine year old Stephanie Diana Wilson flew on her first mission in space on board the Space Shuttle STS-121, making her the second African American woman to do so, after Mae Jemison. ...Read More