Please allow me to introduce you to the latest Woman of Grace: Anita Morris, the blogger behind Anita By Design. I met the lady of the hour via social media, through our involvement in The Fierce 50 Campaign.
Anita fits the Woman of Grace profile. She is a woman of faith, over 50, is aging gracefully, looks fit, healthy and stylish. By the same coin, she reminds me of some of the other Women of Grace I’ve profiled here: my bestie Cynthia, singer and actress FabuLesley, and bluegrass musician Julia Chatwell. They all have that certain je ne sais quoi! You may not be able to describe what they have, but you know it’s definitely something special.
Today marks the launch of the first annual Fierce 50 Campaign. As women over 50, we are coming together in a supportive, collaborative community to honor and celebrate one another and to share with the world what it means to be a woman at midlife and beyond. Through this collaboration, each woman has developed a […]
February is American Heart Month. In honor of this, please allow me to introduce you to my latest lady in red: Merrill Janszen-Kramp. I met Merrill on social media, specifically Instagram, where I observed Merrill’s beauty from afar. I couldn’t help but notice her bio, which said she is a two-time stroke survivor. According […]
February is American Heart Month to bring awareness to the disease that causes one in three deaths each year. In honor of this, I am going to introduce a new series on the blog, Lady in Red, focusing on women’s heart heath. Meet Nina Forrest, an artisan jeweler living in Albuquerque, New Mexico with her […]
Today’s Women of Grace: meet Julia McNair Chatwell, 56. Julia, is wife to Richard, mother to Richard, Jr (Rocky) and Sarah, and, grandmother to Emma. Julia lives in a beach house in a small town on the coast of Texas. Instagram provided me the opportunity to discover Julia. Julia truly fits the profile of a Women of […]
On my road trip last weekend to visit my daughter, we ventured to Manhattan’s Meatpacking District to see The Whitney. As in The Whitney Museum of American Art, it is the world’s leading museum of twentieth-century and contemporary art of the United States. Founded by sculptor and arts patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. The museum is […]
Does being a minister mean you have to dress in black, boring clothes and subdued colors especially if you are a woman? I think not. Cathy, Minister of Style defies the odds in what you think a minister should look like. In her words, she’s saved and stylish, I agree! So far in the Women […]
In last week’s post, Another Meetup, I shared one advantage to social media was the opportunity to create a venue for like minds to meet and forge new friendships. Instagram has afforded me yet another option to meet, get to know, and feature a Women of Grace: Lesley Wolman. The explore page of Instagram […]
It’s been sometime since I shared a Women of Grace. You may recall Jeannie of Gracefully 50 and of course, Liz. Please allow me to introduce my wonderful friend Cynthia. I provided some insight into my friendship with Cynthia when she and her hubby attended our annual black-tie event last month. To remind you of […]
Earlier this year, I introduced the Women of Grace series. I debuted the series with Jeannie of Gracefully 50. The reason I started this blog was to highlight spiritually mature ladies that are aging gracefully and healthy while looking great yet dressing age appropriate. I am sorry to say that too many women especially African […]