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I'm Pregnant and Planning for Showers of Blessings!

Hello World!- I'm so prego.


For too long I've been carrying information and ideas to inform and inspire us into action. I'm sharing this with you today because you may also be pregnant. -There is a love for many things so people are always getting busy. The evidence of our passion is in preparing to give birth now.

Even the holy scriptures are comparable to our individual desires; "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations, Jeremiah 1:4-5. Geez, perhaps that was for me! -I claim it. What do you claim today? What dormant idea need you speak life over today?

(More inspiration by Alisha.)

I'm throwing us a shower! Yes, a virtual shower. It's for us to give thanks and share wisdom related to our new responsibilities, people, and the places we'll go. Thanks for stopping by today. Congratulations on the new things.

Be Blessed!


Click on the following gifts of information for the new journey: Feel free to share additional gifts in the posts.

NYC Small Business Services

Mentors for Woman Entrepreneurs in NYC.

Inspirational Quotes complied by Richard Harroch of Forbes

Goldman Sachs/Talks at GS

She Speaks Conference Info

National Association of Christian Entrepreneurs

Idea Champions

Entrepreneur Magazine

The Queen Code

Black Enterprise

Smart CEO

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