Memorial Day Brunch

It’s almost Memorial Day weekend!!
Here is a good brunch idea!!
Chicken Salad Recipe.
My Granny’s favorite..
3 Season and cooked chicken breast. ( preferably baked)
6 boiled eggs ( chopped)
1/2 cup of course chopped celery.
1/4,cup chopped green bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
Small jar of chopped pimento
1/2 cup of chopped red onion
Salt( to taste)
Black pepper( to taste)
Accent(to taste)
Miracle Whip 1/2 cup or to the consistency you like
1/4 cup Mayonnaise
1 teaspoon mustard
Mix well

Fresh homemade Lemonade: 2 cups of freshly squeezed lemons without seeds
1/2 gallon of water
1 cup of sugar
Boil the 1/2 gallon of water
After water boils; stir in sugar until dissolved ( making a syrup) pour syrup mixture into pitcher. Add 2cups of squeeze lemons
Add 1/2 gallon of cold water with ice.
Enjoy 🍋🍋
Blessings OYP.

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We are overjoyed to announce that we have been elected to The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022. There was a time when we were just two scrappy kids from Minneapolis, who loved music and wanted to share it with the world. Knowing now that this is where we’d end up is, to say the least, incredible. Thank you so much to the voters, everyone at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and of course the fans, without whom none of this would be possible. #RockHall2022 #MusicIsTheDivineArt #FlyteTyme40

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Depression can be defeated!We often find ourselves at some point in our lives in a state of depression! There are many reasons for this unkind emotion. The loss of a love one,getting fired, a divorce,retiring,moving to a new place, wayward children, illness .. the list can go on and on. These life events tend to be overwhelming! If they are not dealt with properly we could find ourselves in a state of depression. We begin to isolate ourselves from people we love, we may comfort eat, or not eat at all .We become fatigued,loneliness sets in.Sometimes sleeping becomes our companion. We start caring less and less about our appearance and personal hygiene.Unfortunately when we allow theses types of behavior to continue without seeking help depression can lead to suicidal thoughts our even the act itself.We can defeat this type of behavior in several ways. First remembering and believing who God says we are. The word says in Psalms 139 verse 14: I praise you. For I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. Romans 8 verse 37 says No. In all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loves us. If we meditate and believe on just these verses we know that we can beat depression. Other ways to defeat it is to get up and out into Gods land and breathe his air.1. Exercise. Get the body doing something fun.2. Drink plenty of water/ hydrate3. Eat healthy. The old saying “ an apple a day keeps the doctor away “ may have a bit of truth in it.4. Get a massage5. Take a yoga classThese are just a few suggestions. It is always in order to seek medical help . Talk to your doctor ; you may need medication or Therapy. Whatever the solution is; just know you are not alone. Depression Can be Defeated. Let’s be diligent in taking care of ourselves. This is just food for thought.OYP,Blessings

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE LATE GREAT BEAUTIFUL & AMAZING, MRS. CORETTA SCOTT KING! #internationalblackwomenshistorymonth Coretta Scott King was an author, activist, civil rights leader and the wife of Martin Luther King Jr. As an advocate for African-American equality, she was a leader for the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Coretta met her husband while attending graduate school in Boston. They both became increasingly active in the civil rights movement. ACTIVISM: Coretta played a prominent role in the years after her husband’s assassination in 1968 when she took on the leadership of the struggle for racial equality herself and became active in the Women’s Movement. She founded the King Center and sought to make his birthday a national holiday and she succeeded in 1984. Coretta supported LGBT rights and was anti-apartheid. She became friends with many politicians. Her phone conversation with John F. Kennedy during the 1960 presidential election has been credited by historians for mobilizing African-American voters. LEGACY: Coretta died in 2006 and her funeral was attended by over 10,000 people, including four of five living U.S. presidents. She was inducted into the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame, the National Women’s Hall of Fame and was the 1st African American to lie in state at the Georgia State Capitol. Coretta has been referred to as “First Lady of the Civil Rights Movement”.

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