This is One More Shot Please!


Black History Month is an annual celebration since 1976 of the achievements by black Americans. They have such a significant role in the development of our country and I would like to take a moment to commemorate all the black Americans who have brought this country to what greatness is has come to. One month is surely not enough to devote to them.

Watch this video of poets describing what Black History Month means to them. 

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“Everything is figure-outable” Marie Forleo

Love my time on Unite and Inspire!!


This sweet and inspiring video by Marie Forleo is a great watch to start your day off on a positive note. Marie has a successful multi -million dollar life coaching business, was invited by Richard Branson to South Africa to help mentor young entrepreneurs and most recently did a session on  Oprah’s super soul Sunday to share a magical mantra to help you get through life!

She talks about how her marriage was on the brink of failure because she struggled to get the work/life balance. She admits she and her husband had not been on a holiday in the 7 years they were together because she was so tied up with work. She finally decides to treat them both to a holiday-however before they even get on the plane they have a nightmare sequence of events!

Watch this clip to find out how she learnt that everything in life…

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A Prayer for the Body

This is Th3 Platform!

Th3 Platform

Lord I pray that,

My mind will ponder your glory

My eyes will seek you and find you

My ears will hear your Word

My voice will praise your Name

My heart will feel your presence

My hands will further your kingdom

My feet will walk along your path

In Jesus Name,


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One Lovely Blog Award

MSnubutterflies won an award!


I was nominated for One Lovely Blog Award by Tina at Invisible Illness.

Blogger TYTina shares her personal story living with invisible illnesses in hopes of raising awareness. Through it all she remains positive and chooses to count the blessings in her life.


  • Thank the person that nominated you and leave a link to their blog
  • Post about the award
  • Share seven facts about yourself
  • Nominate at most 15 other people
  • Tell your nominees the good news.

About this award:

I enjoy these awards because it gives us a chance to learn more about each other and share links of other bloggers.

Seven Facts About Me:

  1. I have two fur babies ( Niko and Max) that follow me every where I go.
  2. I love crafts and DIY projects. I also sketch but I don’t let anyone see them.
  3. I don’t really watch TV. Never have.
  4. I love to take…

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What Makes You Think You’re So Different Than Everyone Else?

dream-big-printWhat is it that defines you?  What sets you apart?  I am often perplexed when people cannot answer the simplest of questions about themselves, yet can speak at length about the latest fashion trend or political drama.

I wonder why people struggle answering these questions.  Why is it that we can be so entranced by the goings-on in the world and so disconnected with ourselves?  We are familiar with every character on television, but we don’t know ourselves.  Many would rather spend countless hours surrounded by the noise of the world, than spend 1 hour alone with themselves.

Do you know who you are?  Do you know what makes you unique?  And I’m not talking about generic answers, but detailed, introspective revelations.  What makes you, you?  What makes you think you are so different than everyone else?  The fact that you are unique is not in question for no two humans are alike.  But do you own the facts of what makes you different than any other human on the planet?

Could it be that it is time for you to spend so time with yourself?

Turning Pain into Power

A great post from In the Arena!!

In the Arena

With tears in his eyes, my son spills out, why doesn’t Dad want to hang out with me, Mom? Despite my best efforts to communicate with my ex husband the importance of spending quality time with his son, I’m afraid it has fallen on deaf ears. It is so hurtful for him at such an important age in his life and with everything he has been through to know that someone he loves and cares for deeply simply doesn’t make himself available anymore because it doesn’t serve his needs.

The absence of someone we love and care about is common place for many whether it be due to death, business travel or the ending of a relationship. How can we take these difficult times, the hurt and pain we feel and use it to make our lives better rather than bitter?

Although there is no magic pill one can take…

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