How to Keep the Intimacy Flames Burning After You Say “I Do”

 

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We all have a deep biological need to connect.  It may be subliminal or may be on the surface. Often we are not even aware that we need it.  Our souls yearn for real intimacy with others because we are designed to connect. Get the online magazine and READ MORE…

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“After the Aisle” – We have said “I Do” … now what?

Physical Intimacy / Emotional Intimacy / Spiritual Intimacy / 12 ways to improve intimacy

 

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Books: SURVEY OF HISTORIC COSTUME

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Did you know Therez Fleetwood’s designs are featured in the fashion text book use by college students today! – The SURVEY OF HISTORIC COSTUME, A History of Western Dress (Editions 1 thru 5). 

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Colorful kente cloth patterns, like this printed fabric from Senegal, were being incorporated into the highly original designs by many African-American designers.  These dresses were created by Therez Fleetwood for PheZula 1n 1993.

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Therez Fleetwod Trivia: Did You Know…?

Did you know it was Therez Fleetwood who designed the kente cloth costumes for Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Disney World Florida? These designs were created exclusively for the Miss Black Collegiate pageant back in 1998. Her designs are now a part of Mickey and Minnie’s 150 Special Occasion outfits. It is the only time the Disney corporation allowed an outside designer to design for their icons.  Way to go, Ms. Fleetwood! #MakingHistory

mickey and minnie therez fleetwood 1Designer Therez Fleetwood at the Walt Disney World costume department in Orlando Florida in 1998.

 

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