It’s funny, because when you love what you do, it’s hard to stop doing it. I was at home chilling and the next thing you know, I was writing down ideas in my journal. Then, I was calling people to get them on board, coordinating SOT “Mommy, Mentor and Me” functions and outings, posting photos on facebook and then had the nerve to organize our next big function, along with additional programming for the Fall. Alls I could do was chuckle and keep it moving…
I never thought I would love what I do so much, that I would continuously work on it in spite of obstacles… You see, I’m suppose, to be Oprah, Sylvia Rhone and/or Terrie Williams (google them) but I’m not, however I’m so loving what I do way more than I thought I would love doing what they do.
Now that I’m officially back at work, a few things will be happening this month, I’ll be introducing you to a new Outreach Coordinator; Sisters of Today and Tomorrow will debut its film, Saturday, September 15, 2012, 2pm at Auburn Avenue Research Library, downtown Atlanta, and we will be producing our first newsletter (hard copy- so forward me your U.S. Postal mailing address, if you would like a copy – firstname.lastname@example.org).
On Monday, October 1, 2012, Sisters of Today and Tomorrow will make a major announcement; Turn on your television and/or radio, read the newspaper and/or the blogs, because it’s going down in a major way. Everyone will know SOT’s next steps...
The City of Atlanta is in for a big game changing treat… Elm City (I mean the State of Connecticut), don’t fret, you know I always have something for the home-team... Just listen to Hot 93.7 in weeks to come… (What’s up DJ Buck)
Shout out to SOT’s graphic design team Donte and Deviate Publishing; Videographer/editor, D. Jones Productions; Photographer Prime Phocus and our special events décor specialist Tiphanie Watson of Pulse Inc, along with SOT’s resident caterer Brenda Carter and my dessert specialist “CakesByTatyana.com”. And my BFF Paul-i-o, (we still have enough spirits for this year’s reception. The brother bought us cases of Pinot Grigio and Cabernet Sauvignon for our film presentation last year. Such a good friend…). They are making sure SOT look the part on all fronts…
(Carla) as she presents a proclamation in honor of SOT's
"WE ARE THE Village" book debut in New Haven, CT.
Mentor & Me" New Haven Event.