Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Dr Cornwell Is Coming To Atlanta!!!!

Today I got a call from the Sisterlocks Home Office telling me Dr. Joanne Cornwell would be in Atlanta this weekend to attend the March Sisterlocks Consultant training class. I'm so excited. Last year she graced the Atlanta's Sisterlocks inaugural meetup and it was a lovely occasion. ALthough it's a little short notice, we are trying to get together for a Meet and Greet Reception this weekend. Please see the Atlanta Sisterlocks Meetup Site for details.

with DR. JOANNE CORNWELL, originator of Sisterlocks(TM)
ON: Saturday 28 March, 2009
TIME : 6pm-9pm

We have the pleasure to invite you to meet Dr. Joanne Cornwell who will be in Atlanta visiting the Sisterlocks Consultant Training Class.
Dr Joanne Cornwell is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies and French at San Diego State University, Her revolutionary hair care management system allows those with tightly textured hair to take advantage of today's hairstyles without altering the natural texture of their hair.
This event is open to Sisterlocks wearers, consultants, trainees and women who are interested in getting or simply knowing more about Sisterlocks. Come and meet and get to know Dr. Cornwell personally and see Dr Cornwell's fabulous Sisterlocks in person. This is the opportunity we've been waiting for.
Hurry and book your places now. Limited Seating.
Please RSVP to: or or call (404)
4049352286 or Sophia for details

Sunday, March 01, 2009

March Photo Shoot - 5 years

Posted by Picasa

So Matt agreed to do a little photo shoot today so I could show some long-overdue updates. I wrapped myself in a kikoyi for the first photo. My hair: I roller set the front half of my hair with soft spikes Saturday night and two-strand twisted the bottom half since I was feeling too lazy to do it all. I retouched my color a couple of weeks ago. Nina and I had a giggle at the end.



Dreaming Of A White Christmas..In March

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...
Posted by Picasa
Well what do you you know? We heard the weather forecast for snow but dismissed it as absurd. After all it's March 1. After a very wet weekend, I could swear the weather was warming up. Turns out I was wrong. Snow and rain began falling halfway through church, but by the end of service, the world was covered in white. The kids couldn't wait to get out - and don't laugh, snow is a rare commodity in Atlanta.
Soila and Nina built a snowman in the front garden with the help of ever patient dad.
Posted by Picasa