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I love being near the water (Can I blame my Scorpio Rising?) but I can't swim. I want to learn and I want my daughter to learn when she's old enough. Anyway I like being here some days and I loved the way it felt a couple of weeks ago.

#tbt to a #BTS photo.
📸: @tonyasays

#tbt Now me and Xola have to go back to this spot and take pictures.

"Portraits of woman who has fallen from grace and into the hands of evil." #fupafriday #carriemaeweems

Summer gonna get whatever body I give it. Earrings by me. #fupafriday #fupa orange #mombod

I have a thing for rompers now because three months ago they looked awful on me and now not so much. Also this is my favorite color to wear.

I made earrings inspired by my $6.00 romper.

Writings on the bathroom wall from last week. 2 pts for not dropping my phone in the toilet.

#FBF To a time before we had Black Disney Princesses. This was my 5th birthday and I just had to have a Pocahantas party.

#TBT A picture I took of the Mayfair Theater in 2014 before they took down the sign and demolished most of its remains.
Here's a little history about the theater taken from Wiki:

Built in 1880 and opening as the Natatorium on June 17, 1880, it was a bathing house and swimming school. After alterations it became the Howard Auditorium opening April 6, 1891. The name was soon changed to Auditorium and it became an ice skating rink in Spring on 1894. It was remodelled to the plans of architect J.B. McElphatrick and reopened September 30, 1895. In 1896 it was remodelled again to the plans of architectural firm J.B. McElphatrick and a Palm Court was built on the roof garden. The old Auditorium was closed on April 4, 1903 and was demolished. On the site rose a new Auditorium Theatre which opened on September 12, 1904 with Keith’s Vaudeville and moving pictures. It was designed by architectural firm J.D. Allen & Co. of Philadelphia. It was taken over by the Shubert Bros. in 1909 until 1913. Briefly operated by Poli, it returned to the Shuberts in 1918. The theatre remained mainly a playhouse, although occasional films were presented. In the summer of 1940, the Auditorium Theatre was remodelled again, this time to the plans of local architect E. Bernard Evander. It reopened as the Mayfair Theatre on January 31, 1941 with the movie A Night at Earl Carroll's starring Ken Murray. By 1960 it had been equipped with 70mm projectors. It closed on April 22, 1986. Today the Mayfair Theatre is another vacant theatre building in downtown Baltimore City. In February 1998 the roof collapsed. It is in general disrepair, but so far, the building remains standing.
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