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North American International Auto Show

Detroit, MI

Cobo Hall

January 24, 2015

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I had a blast with my friends looking at our future vehicles 🙂 A girl can dream and will!

Can you see me driving in this SUV?

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Madinah and I in the drop top.

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Gotta take a selfie.

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BMW Motorcycle.

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I love the caption: The Absolute Opposite of Ordinary

The story of my life.

20150123_221058End of the night shenanigans with my ladies.

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The Women’s Empowerment Expo

July 12, 2014

Cobo Arena

Detroit, MI

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I got up close (and almost personal) with Tyler Perry. He was keynote speaker at the Women’s Empowerment Expo. I must say he definitely did some empowering. He encouraged us to follow our dreams and delete negative energies from our circles.

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Of course I was on the prowl for some of Detroit’s eclectic styles. And I found some.

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I really loved her carefree spirit and laid-back girly look with the floral skirt.

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A fellow blogger and her stylish posse!

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An after show selfie!


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