We’re back at it with our usual antics and this episode, we really just talk about er’thang. Shells shares a Zumba story and her growing interest in Novel-Tees, while Irene’s commitment to her shoe game continues to thrive.
Ellen hit the new season running with giveaways and helping out families and people in need of new cars and cash. But, one of our favorite moments with Ellen this week was the performance by *singing* Si-Len-To and a father/daughter duo hittin’ the Whip-Nae Nae. As Ellen said, you can’t judge a book by it’s cover…which then led to a discussion about the benefits and risks of “black things in the main stream”.
#FSGWYR: This week the question is, would you rather be stuck on an elevator for 5 hours or be stuck on ski lift for 5 hours. Even though we agree, it doesn’t sound like it … at all.
We spend some time around the FSG Water Cooler chatting about Ahmed Mohammed, the Republican Debate, the Trump by-product, a mother of the church getting kicked out, fall TV premiere week, and a few things to celebrate.
The truth is that we are not over our St. Maarten trip yet (yes, we talk about it again a little this week) …and The Lifestyle Architect, Omar Hamilton is to blame! Omar is the mastermind behind OHPsalms, LLC and made sure our trip was unforgettable by curating an exclusive and customize itinerary for our group of 40 ladies. Omar is definitely walking in his purpose and his work reflects his great respect for people, relationships, and experiences. Frankly, we don’t want to travel without Omar ever again! So if you’re looking to take a trip curated to your needs, holla at Omar! You can find OHPsalms on Facebook, and @OHPsalms on Twitter & Instagram.
As we wrap up the show, a relatively new and unconventional artist has impressed Irene enough to earn a moment in her Beats. And this week, Shells’ eye spy inspiration is about embracing the fall season to recalibrate and prioritize your life so that you’re balanced and at your best.
We’ll see you next week & remember to Listen. Laugh. Share!
(Recorded Sept. 19, 2015)