As of yesterday, I’m ahead of schedule with the completion of my garden clean up & annual planting. When I got off work yesterday, I planted 6 gerbera daisies, 3 torch lilies, 2 hen & chicks, 1 elephant ear, 12 caladium bulbs, put together 3 planter boxes & spreadPeep The Rest!
You may have noticed that I updated the name of my blog & added a subtitle. I had been considering it for a while & the thought was also inspired by virtual conversations with my photographer homegirl DCSaavy. So during the some downtime today, I decided to make a move. TPeep The Rest!
I spotted these really cool my name is tags @ the 2007 Detroit Urban Craft Fair on many of the workers & just had to have one for myself. I found out that Amy Cronkite a local artist/crafter designed these especially for DUCF staff. So I kinda begged her to make me a few. A fePeep The Rest!
My hearing was today so that means that my little legal journey is now over & I am officially living my life as Tafari K. Stevenson-Howard. The hearing only lasted 5 minutes (when they called my name) & it was not intense at all. All the judge asked me was, why am I chaPeep The Rest!
$274.67 is the price of my freedom ----------------------------------------------------------- $161.00 - Legal filing with Washtenaw County Court $20.00 - Finger prints from Ann Arbor Police Dept $55.00 - Finger print check by Michigan State Police & FBI $38.67 - PublicationPeep The Rest!
So far 2007 has been a mixed bag of the good and not so good but overall I cannot not complain will not complain. There have been so many things going on with my life, I thought I would share a few highlights of note. Week One: Jan|01|07 I found a Cooper's Hawk trPeep The Rest!
In my “Live it Everyday” everyday post, I mentioned that I chose the African name Tafari for myself during a Kwanzaa event that I planned for the kids+ last month. Well after some very heavy hearted contemplation I decided to fully accept the name & replace my given nPeep The Rest!