Sisters and Wigs !!
Aug29

Sisters and Wigs !!

  Hi My dear Readers!!   Here we are with another wig video and I’m joined by a special guest!! Also, please visit the following gofundme account please and show your support!! https://www.gofundme.com/2jq7mgc    

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The Wedding Journey Continues! (Part Two)

Compiled By Leah T. Johnson/ColorBlind Magazine ColorBlind Magazine:  What has been the most stressful part of the wedding planning process? Any regrets? Zenia Turner: I feel pretty confident that Kevin and I both would say MONEY!!! lol. However, I think it would probably be a tie between money and creating the guests list. Many people that we know, we weren’t able to invite. Not because we decided we didn’t want them there, but because feeding your guests can get really, really expensive. You have to do your best to really evaluate all your networks, acquaintances, friends, and even family. You begin asking yourself, ‘Who truly supports us and our future together and who has really, really been active in our lives consistently?’. Sometimes people can take that really hard, and it doesn’t feel good to tell people you talk to every once in a while and who you actually like, “No, we didn’t invite you.” Unfortunately, that’s just how it goes when you don’t want to begin your marriage in financial ruins for an event that will last only 6 hours. CB Mag: Complete this sentence: “To me, becoming Mrs. Kevin Berry means…”   ZT: being who I’ve always been (after all there is a reason he thought so highly of me to choose me to be his wife…lol) but with an additional purpose. I believe the role of a wife or husband, especially as we continue to grow as individuals and together, brings about a more committed, understanding, patient, loving, protecting, serving role. And while I am a modern day woman that works and is educated and VERY opinionated and independent in many ways, I do see the value of a traditional family structure for us. I feel it will be my responsibility to support him greatly in his endeavors, trust in his decision making for our family, to care for him in whatever way he requests….my list could go on and on, but hopefully readers will understand where I’m coming from. I think society views any type of submission as weakness but my viewpoint is that couples (both partners) can be strengthened when they submit to each other in a way that is voluntary and done with the understanding that we are a compatible team working for the benefit of each other, our marriage, our family, and those we have the privilege to inspire....

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Shoe Time!!!
Aug19

Shoe Time!!!

Created and Recorded by Leah T. Johnson/ColorBlind Magazine  It’s True- I may have posted a few hair reviews, and unboxing videos, but I. Am. A. Shoe. Lover.

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The Wedding Journey Continues! (Part 1)
Aug18

The Wedding Journey Continues! (Part 1)

Compiled by Leah T. Johnson/ ColorBlind Magazine  Here are more comments from Bride-to-be Zenia Turner- Part One  ColorBlind Magazine: You recently had your bridal shower! How was it?  Zenia Turner: The bridal shower was amazing. My matron of honor planned and executed the entire event for me. It was held at the Brass Pointe in Farmington Hills, MI in their banquet room. I had 19 friends and family members in attendance which was a perfect number because I was actually able to talk to everyone for more than 30 seconds…ha ha. My matron made sure that there was variety on the menu and the food was excellent; the cake was beautifully made by Sugar Sweets; we played some fun bridal shower games and some women won a few prizes; the favors included a packet of Zinnia seeds and Berry scented lotions (which, remember, I’m a fan of corny…lol); and most importantly she made sure the room was “purpled out”!!! Also, in keeping with tradition, Kevin showed up during the last half hour to say hi to everyone and pick up the gifts people bought for us. She made sure that I had a day to feel truly loved, special, and supported, and I will never forget that. What I enjoyed most was that she asked all the ladies to write down some words of advice for the bride and groom. When we left the bridal shower Kevin and I were able to sit down together and read all the well wishes and advice. It was really nice. 🙂 CB:What moment are you most looking forward to on your wedding day? ZT:I’m of course looking forward to saying “I do.” but the moment I play out in my head that really excites me is picturing myself walking down the aisle to Kevin and that first locking of eyes when we finally see each other and can connect without any words being spoken — just that initial feeling of knowing that we are ready for this commitment, and that our union will be witnessed by God and the many, many who have supported Kevin and I this entire time. Because I mentioned this wedding being witnessed, I need to stray from your original question briefly: During our pre-marital counseling, our priest explained why there is validity in having witnesses at a union. He said it much more eloquently than I (lol), but basically it is because marriage is one of the greatest ways God shows us He loves us all. In recognizing that as a couple, and allowing others to witness it, it is one of the greatest gifts we can give back to our daughters, family, friends, and community. When you think of it like that, it just makes you realize how truly important your MARRIAGE will be in many...

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New Hair, Don’t Care!!
Aug13

New Hair, Don’t Care!!

Written By: Leah T. Johnson/ColorBlind Magazine Dear Hair Lovers, Please enjoy the following lifestyle video as I unbox some new hair!!    

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July 2016 Faves!!
Aug07

July 2016 Faves!!

By Leah T. Johnson/ColorBlind Magazine  Before the month of August got away from me, I wanted to share a few of my July favorites. View the following video to see my lifestyle, beauty, traveling, favorites, plus a “special” category new to my monthly...

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