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Hello Friday

In Comedy, Communication on March 24, 2023 at 3:15 am

Good morning to you, the week has been long.
Operating within our “A-Game” means we finish strong.

I’ve been over at the Laugh Factory and various comedy houses looking for material
that I could lace you up with as you eat your cereal.

Anytime is a good time to laugh
and take lactaid before work if you know milk gives you gas.

This second block is a little bit raunchy.
They’re perfect for HAPPY HOUR, a bit Adult-spunky:

This last block will be a gas to share when you return home.
Every Friday should be a get-live day. Let comedy rule the dome:

What do you say?
I’m off to engage.

Do You Feel That

In Communication, Video on March 22, 2023 at 5:54 am

The day is fresh with a seasoned hue.
Dry land is covered with a moist dew.

Some may call it Spring, but I call it New.
There’s something different about the ambient of me and you.

Please tell me that you feel it, too?

Peace and organization have increased in my space.
The Heavens are beautiful, and I am amazed.

The first thing that I do upon waking up
is to bow and thank God for his merciful love.

Truth be told, someone crossed over from natural causes last night.
With a smile, I arose from bed with no beckon from daylight.

I was up shortly after 3 this morning.
I feel amazing, and my TMJD is yawning.

My smile is amazingly true.
I’m looking in the mirror and smiling at you.

Yes, you. I am a reflection of my environment.
It is with thee that all of my time is spent.

As long as you walk the Earth, we’ll always be close.
You are the society that I learn from the most.

I think that you love me…but sometimes you may not know.
You mean to be expressive but don’t know how to produce a “show.”

No worries, though, because as long as you’re alive,
there’ll always be time for you to recognize and vibe. 🙂

Good morning, Beloved. Yes, I am still talking to you.
Feel the love around you because you are due.

Accept no less and participate to make it true.
I hope to be among the first today to tell you:

On your next inhale, accept that you deserve that fact.
Then pay forward the feeling because you feel that.

HOW TO CONNECT | The Smiley Report

In News on March 20, 2023 at 5:08 am

Of course, I’m a fan of networking communities across states lines and online. That’s exactly what the RICKEY SMILEY NEWSLETTER Campaign does. Personally, I find the subscription to be brilliantly relative, loving, laugh-inducing, and thought provoking.

Newsletters connect people together and can often validate a sense of belonging. The Mayo Clinic published this on the subject, “Having a sense of belonging is so important, considering the groups and labels we give ourselves and others. We are members of families, sporting teams, hobbyists, spiritual groups, charities, political parties, cities, countries and nationalities, to name a few. Nearly every aspect of our lives is organized around belonging to something. “

Yesterday, in Rickey Smiley TODAY, I.e., the newsletter campaign I learned a little a bit about the beef between The Queens of R&B. Rickey ran it down for me because I don’t follow the show. What I learned is that ‘Kandi Burris and LaTocha Scott have a 30-year old debate about group responsibilities and the lack of Tocha’s industry success. Tocha somehow blames Kandi. ❓ I also learned that Rickey Smiley has a #ThrowBackCrush on LaTocha’s little sister:

I grew up in the nineties and was a fan of Escape & SWV, the two groups that compose the series Queens of R&B. I peeped the newsletter 411 and instantly felt reconnected. The Smiley Report also touches on family issues and the recent loss of Rickey’s son, Brandon. Brandon passed from an accidental overdose.

How do I know? I read it in the newsletter last month.

Is it obvious that I feel like I’m family? It’s because I’m on the list and you can get it on it, too. Drop in on RickeySmiley.com and do what you do. Subscribe, connect, and relate again.

Community is making a comeback.

Rickey is leading the way.

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