Welcome to My BFF House Blog
Hey everyone! Do you wish you had a Gail King in your life? That special bff? We all do right? Someone we can talk to about anything and not be judged. A friend who is there for us in good times and tough times. Well welcome to My BFF House. A place where we can get together and talk about anything . A place where you can let it all out. We are here for each other. This is a place of love, a bff house to come and support each other. Share our ideas, goals, dreams and successes on health, beauty, family, relationships and much more. So what’s on those great minds? There’s so much going on in the world today the conversations will be endless. No judgment here, just great conversations and friendship. So grab that cup of coffee or green tea and join me at my bff house. Peace.
Hi my name is Moon, welcome to my bff house. I’m a mother to four wonderful children. I believe that life teaches us great lessons and it’s our job to learn from them and then share them to help someone else. I’m a survivor of domestic violence, homelessness, and breast cancer. So I had to learn how to become my own bff. I believe that we are our own bff first. Because in order to be that great, not perfect mother, daughter, sister and friend to others, we must first become a great soulmate or bff to ourselves, however that looks to you. Taking care of us is so important. we find ourselves always giving and yet we give nothing to ourselves. Give me old school music anytime, but I just love music and dancing altogether. A good book or movie is always a plus for me. I love good company and great conversation over a fabulous meal. I know I’m here for a reason and I want to find out why.
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Hey my bff’s, A lot of people are having a difficult time right now with this thing call social distancing. But if you think about it, this is exactly the time to become your own bff. My mission for the my bff house has always been about Self love and now look at what socialContinue reading “Social Distancing We Need it.”
I remember when I was a little girl around 10 or 11 years old. My mother, my stepdad and I were living in an Brooklyn apartment watching our black and white television. The Ed Sullivan Show was on and his guess for that night was The Alvin Alley Dancers. As I sat on the floorContinue reading “I Hope You Dance”
Good evening my bff, I never had a chance to be daddy’s little girl. Not because my father died at an early age, but because I never was introduced to him. I don’t know his name first or last. I don’t have any pictures of him. I don’t know if he is still living orContinue reading “Daddy’s little girl.”