It’s FRIDAY! 💃🏾 What fun and exciting plans do you have for the weekend?! We’re still getting over the flu 😷 so lots of couch surfing and napping will be going on over here. Enjoy the next few days, friends! 💜 #pollyanncollection
🤦🏽♀️🤭 If only I was still that Slim😍😋😩 ... and My lil black ass had to be dancing (white top, pink skirt)! 💃🏾🤪🤣#Rp @only1_kencheryl You kept school so crunk😎! Thank you soooo much for sharing this! Brings back so many great memories!!! #classof99#ghs#gradyhighschool#20year#classreunion#throwtfback#bestclassever#partytime#foreveriloveatlanta @producedbywonder @savannarchy @humble_shekita @pocahontas_lucylulu @candygurl80 @unvemegoldie @fourthward_poole @theexceptiontotherule @lovelyqueena25 @dewondavenport @crimsonfury22 @atl_nelle81 @millie519 @justinstoudenmire @young_proffit @the_return_of_rockymashida tag everyone else. P.s y’all please keep me Posted on the reunion plans, I want to attend... but I never know about things until the last Minute 🙏🏾!
A little corner of Colombia on Clairmont Road sits in front of an old house that was last an auto shop run by a mechanic named Julio. It’s on the Brookhaven side of Clairmont Road, which marks the boundary between the cities of Brookhaven and Chamblee and the Brookhaven neighborhood of Ashford Park. Julio has since decamped to Gwinnett County, just as many immigrants and refugees who first arrived in the Buford Hwy area have since moved farther out, to Gwinnett or North Fulton and Forsyth, in search of better schools, larger homes, and cheaper rent, both residential and commercial. What signs remain that they were once here, that this was once home or a place of business, that this place was theirs? What do we not see, that would change our hearts and minds about place, about people, and about who we are? Which streets divide us? Which ones connect us? Which places signal to us, “you are welcome here,” and which do not? #colombia #🇨🇴 #clairmontroad#dresdendrive#brookhaven#chamblee#ashfordpark#bufordhighway#bufordhwy#lovebufordhighway#welovebuhi#foreveriloveatlanta