Hurt People, Hurt People.

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

Hey there.  I made it to the blog again!  This time it just took a week.  What prompted this blog?  Well, I recently watched the “Surviving R. Kelly Docu-Series” on Lifetime TV and was moved to comment.

As I reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. (today is his actual birthday), it pains me that we (as a society) are still addressing acts of disrespect and cruelty towards children, women, and fellow human beings in general.   Dr. King championed the fight for civil and equal human rights for all and specifically African-Americans.  The result?   Legislation and laws were passed to ensure that we all could walk in Godfidence knowing that we are all equal and must be treated accordingly.  Dr. King and other freedom fighters sacrificed so that we could live out our God given dignity, respect, and the right to pursue and achieve our dreams.

Imagine that while some were in the process of reaping the benefits and/or taking advantage of opportunities created as a result of the hard fought civil/human rights work, a 7 year old African-American boy experienced his first sexual violation within the walls of his own home by a trusted member of his family. These unspeakable human violations would go on for another 6 or 7 years. Imagine the hurt and emotional scars.  No one protected him.  No one came to his rescue.  No one but God.  His mother made sure that he and his brothers went to church.

Some how.  Some way.  This man-child discovered his gift of music.  Along the way, God placed a mentor in his life who not only helped him hone his gift of music but also reinforced his belief in God and the Gospel.  As he began to make music professionally, all he could produce, arrange, and write about was what dominated his thoughts.  What he learned about way too early in life.  Sex.

It is my understanding that sexual abuse and traumas can often stunt or alter an individual’s brain development, particularly emotionally.  If professional help is not sought OR divine intervention doesn’t happen, a person can easily begin to replay their childhood traumas.   Worst case scenario, the one who was hurt begins to hurt others.  Hurt people.  Hurt people.

Did R. Kelly hurt those women as alleged in the docu-series OR was he living the “rockstar” life in every sense of the word and they were willing participants?

Tune in this Saturday, January 19, 2019 at noon for the rest of the commentary.  https://www.youtube.com/MarilynsCafeSociety

Until then, be sure to Live. Laugh. Love.

Peace,

Marilyn

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Spread “More Goodness” in 2019

Happy New Year!

I raise my proverbial glass to you and say “Cheers” to making 2019 a year of “more goodness” in our individual lives and the world.

Listen, we can find ways to spread “more goodness” to others, no matter what is going on in this world.

Yes, you can find a way to spread “more goodness” to others, no matter your station in life.

There is no question that you can remain unaffected by the negativity around you so that you can spread “more goodness” to others.

What does “more goodness” look like?  Well, it has many “looks”.  Here are a few…

Sharing a smile; making someone laugh; stopping someone from being mistreated or bullied; making the righteous business decision;  letting someone else get the close parking spot; calling out and eradicating discrimination and injustice; sharing a good book; taking better care of yourself; praying for someone; etc.   Obviously, “more goodness” can also be tangible or material.  For example, helping someone who needs financial assistance; providing opportunities to overlooked individuals; donating money, unused clothes, shoes, and other items to charity; etc.

We’ve heard this before, right?  Some have called this “random acts of kindness” or “paying it forward”.  Well, I challenge you to be an Ambassador of more that goodness in 2019.

Chime in here to let me know what you did OR how you received “more goodness” in your life.  I can’t wait to hear from you.

Live. Laugh. Love.

Marilyn

MCS Radio Show Recap- Saturday, November 18th, 2018

Hello!  It’s me with more recaps of older radio shows and blogging.  I hope you’re well.  So far we’ve had a very interesting year.  I hope that you’re keeping up with the YouTube shows that I’ve hosted since sometime in February.  The first few videos were posted on Facebook only.  Be sure to visit both and like and subscribe.  The links are at the end of this post.

1st Hour:  Brianna was guest co-host.

On this day in history…

*In 1883, the U. S. adopted the Standard Time and set up four (4) zones— Eastern, Central, Mountain, and Pacific. It was all due to America’s railroad system and the ability to do long distance traveling.

*In 1928, Mickey Mouse appeared for the first time in Steamboat Willie, with Walt Disney himself doing the voice.

*In 1963, push-button telephones made their debut commercially.  Despite this dynamic debut, the rotary dial phones remained customers favorite for many more years.

Brianna presented Born on this day.  Here’s a few…

*in 1923, Alan Shepard, the first American in space

*in 1942, Linda Evans, actress

*in 1970, Mike Epps, actor/comedian

Cafe News consisted of  alarming stories of sexual assault and violence are coming out. Also, the offices of the Chicago Tribune have moved.  Be sure to check out the audio here.

Café Talk:  Brianna and I chimed in.  Do you have or will you buy a Christmas tree that’s not the traditional color of green?  We also read a few social media responses to the question.  The color purple was the most popular.

Another 12 Saturdays Til Christmas Gift Bag was then given away!  Listeners were also reminded to get their tickets for the Colors of Christmas Concert at the Rialto and to tune in for the 10th Annual Christmas Celebration Broadcast event on Saturday, December 2nd.

2nd Hour:   Brianna shared Entertainment News.  The audio is here.

By 12:30pm we had to wrap due to a scheduled High School Football game.  No show next week due to Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament.  Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!

As promised in the intro,  here are the video links.

https://www.YouTube.com/MarilynsCafeSociety and https://www.Facebook.com/MarilynsCafeSociety

MCS Radio Show Recap – Saturday, November 11th, 2017

Hi guys!  I’m back again with more recaps for older radio shows and blogging.  Finding time has been a challenge but I thank you all for your patience.   Here’s how the Veteran’s Day show went down.

1st hour ONLY show.  Sharon Wilson-Foster of the National Hook-Up of Black Women was the in-studio guest.

On this day in history…

*In 1921, U. S. President Warren Harding dedicated the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

*In 2001, President George W. Bush and leaders from around the world gathered in New York City to honor those who lost their lives during the 911 terrorist attack.

Sharon took on Born on this day-

*in 1744, Abigail Adams, wife, confidante, and advisor to U.S. President John Adams

*in 1929, LaVern Baker, pioneer of the R&B sound.

*in 1962, Demi Moore, actress

*in 1974, Leonardo DiCaprio, actor

During Café News, I reported that more than 600,000 Americans signed up for insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act in the first 4 days of the new enrollment period despite the Trump Administration’s effort to undo much of the 2010 law.  Also, during a speaking engagement at an Axios event in Philadelphia, the former founder of Facebook and Napster co-founder, Sean Parker, admitted that Facebook was created to become addictive.  Be sure to check out the audio here

Speaking of Facebook, Café Talk’s topic was…Are you addicted to Social Media?  Sharon and I chimed in and read a few social media responses to the question.

I then chatted with Sharon about her role with the NHBW-Joliet which led to her talking about the upcoming 26th Founders Day event (the Gold Star Gala).  Click here for the audio.

The sixth – 12 Saturdays Til Christmas Gift Bag was then given away!  I also reminded everyone to mark their calendars for the 10th annual Christmas Celebration Broadcast.

MCS Radio Show Recap – Saturday, Nov. 4th, 2017

Well hello there!  I truly hope that the new year has been good to you!!!  Yes, I’m finally back to the business of recapping the shows and blogging.  Tonight I will get as many of the older posts up as possible so that I can get to blogging about current situations and broadcasts.

1st hour show ONLY. –In-studio guests: Brianna La’Shay, co-host and Jim Chuporak of Just Us and Just Jim, singer and entertainer.

On this day in history…

*In 1879, James and John Ritty of Dayton, Ohio, patented the first cash register, known as Ritty’s Incorruptible Cashier.

*In 2008, Barack Obama, a Democratic U.S. senator from Illinois, was the first African American elected president of the United States, taking 338 electoral votes to 161 for Republican John McCain.

Brianna shared Born on this day-
*journalist Walter Cronkite in 1916
*former U.S. first lady Laura Bush in 1946 (age 71)
*comedian Kathy Griffin in 1960 (age 57)
*actor Ralph Macchio in 1961 (age 56)
*actor Matthew McConaughey in 1969 (age 48)
*entertainer/actor/songwriter/hip hop mogul, Sean Puffy Combs in 1969 (age 48)

Café News

*EMP Drills taking place by the Dept. of Defense on November 4-6th.

*The Attorney General of South Dakota has sent a request to the United States Supreme Court to review whether it can collect sales taxes from out-of-state internet retailers and 35 other states have backed their request. Typically, an online retailer only has to collect sales tax in states where they have a physical presence, such as a storefront or a distribution center. That loophole cost states $17.2 billion in lost sales taxes last year, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. And now they (meaning the states) want to collect.

*After 10 years, the iPhone still has the juice! USA Today is reporting that by the time the iPhone 10 went on sale Friday morning, buyers everywhere filled whole city blocks waiting in line at their nearest Apple Store.

Café Talk – How much was the biggest tip that you left a waitress/waiter while dining out?

Inspiration behind Cafe Talk is a article that I read in USA Today about the big $1,000 tip that a waitress received from Christie Teigen!  We all chimed in and read a few social media responses to the question

We chatted with Jim Chuporak about his singing career, singing groups, and upcoming performance with the Christmas Celebration Broadcast.  I can’t wait for you all to hear him!

The fifth – 12 Saturdays Til Christmas Gift Bag was given away!  Then, we quickly took a look at what was trending on Social Media.  Number one trending…EMP Drill Days!

 

MCS Radio Show Recap – Saturday, October 28th, 2017

Thank you everyone for your extreme patience in waiting for the weekly recaps. Know that I’m diligently working to catch up. Here’s what happened on this show.

Cafe Talk: Halloween is just a few days away, share the last or most recent time that you were truly afraid.

1st hour:

Just a couple of items were highlighted during the “This Day In History” segment–

In 1636, Harvard College was founded in Massachusetts. It’s now known as Harvard University.
In 1919, Congress passed the Volstead Act that enforced the constitutional amendment that prohibited the use of alcoholic beverages. The ban on booze lasted more than a decade. Then in 1933, Congress finally repealed the Volstead Act.

Brianna shared celebrity or famous birthdays before I touched on a few Cafe News items–

Airline travelers can expect an increase in ticket prices due to the rising cost of fuel. Most major airlines reported an increase in fuel prices as high as 20% in some cases in the last year.
Ecommerce titan, Alibaba has purchased 49% of the Brooklyn Nets valuing the NBA team at $2.3 billion dollars.
Next month we’ll welcome in Election Day (for some), Veterans Day, and the Thanksgiving Holiday. But few of us know about November being National Novel Writing Month. Author, world-traveler, Kay Bolden, stopped by to remind us about the nanawrimo.org site that helps individuals get started on their novel. Brianna and I took the challenge to write a novel in 30 days. Ha! We’ll see how that works out. You all can go to marilynscafesociety.com for the audio.

The Cafe Talk segment was fun! Brianna and I shared as well as read comments from Facebook. I then opened the phone lines for a lucky caller to win the 12 Saturdays Til Christmas Gift Bag. Congratulations to Brian S. of Joliet, IL for winnnig!!

Before closing out the first hour, I reminded listeners about the upcoming 10th Annual Christmas Celebration show set for Saturday, December 2nd, 2017.

2nd Hour

Entertainment Talk included banter about Dancing with the Stars; Justin Timberlake performing at the 2018 Super Bowl Half Time show; Janet Jackson’s State of the World Tour landed in Chicago; movie director, Ava DuVernay and the creators of the first Sesame Street muppet on the autism spectrum were awarded the Smithsonian magazine’s American Ingenuity Awards. Other 2017 recipients include, musician, John Legend; and NASA scientist, Natalie Batalha. A total of eight recipients were honored in categories that include technology, performing arts, visual art, life sciences, physical sciences, history, social progress, and youth.

After Passion for Fashion, which included talk about Halloween makeup and fashion, we talked more entertainment. Before closing the show, we shared important Halloween information,

Be sure to tune in next week and follow me @marilynscafesoc on Twitter.com and Marilyn’s Cafe Society on Facebook.

Peace.

MCS Radio Show Recap- Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Hello,

It’s wonderful to be back on the air for 2 hours!  Although, I must say I have enjoyed the faster pace of the one hour shows lately.  If you missed us then here is what you missed…

Café Talk:  Have you experienced OR witnessed a major party blooper? 

1st Hour– This Day In History and News

Sharman Strode, entertainer and lead female singer of the Shindigs joined me in studio; and Brianna is back!

*In 1879, after 14 months of experiments, Thomas Edison invented the first practical electric incandescent lamp.

*In 1996, the Dow Jones Industrial average of 30 major stocks topped the 6,000 mark for the first time.

*In 1922, Herbert Birch Kingston, a Cleveland, Ohio philanthropist and candy company employee started Sweetest Day.  He wanted to bring happiness to orphans, shut-ins, and the under-privileged. So, he started giving candy and small gifts to them.

Sharman presented the names of those who were born on this day.

For audio, go to www.marilynscafesociety.com.

News:  

*Swiss Re, one of the world’s biggest re-insurers, reported that the insurance costs of the 2017 hurricanes and earthquakes in the U.S. and Mexico, could hit 95 Billion dollars.

*The National Association of Realtors recently reported that the U. S. home sales rose slightly last month as the Houston housing market quickly recovered from Hurricane Harvey.

*And, speaking of the U.S., according to the Motley Fool, overseas visits to the United States has declined.  Data collected from the National Travel and Tourism Office showed the year-over-year change since the beginning of the new millenium.  Key events seem to play a role in this decline.  Click here for more…www.marilynscafesociety.com.

Brianna, Sharman, and I chimed in on Cafe Talk by sharing Facebook posts.  I referenced a survey conducted by BJs Wholesale Club which indicated that some 65% of Americans say that they have witnessed a “party blooper”.  Examples include, running out of food or drinks, OR not having appropriate activities for children.

Before wrapping up the hour, I finally introduced Sharman Strode as the second singer to sign on to the 10th Annual Christmas Broadcast.  She shared that she began performing in her high school swing choir and then went on to sing on various praise and worship teams in local churches.  About 10 years ago, she started performing in a 60’s cover band and for the last 6 years have been performing as lead female singer for the Shindig band.  She’s also a keyboardist.  For more information, go to the special events page of www.marilynscafesociety.com.

2nd Hour – Entertainment News and Passion for Fashion

Brianna and I covered Entertainment Talk with ease.  DWTS update: Sasha Pieterse joined the others who have been sent home which include Barbara Cocoran, Debbie Gibson, and Derek Fisher.

*Top most talked about TV shows include, The Mayor, This is Us, The Good Doctor, Wisdom of the Crowd and others.

*Movie talk…Brianna did it!  Yes, she went to see the “It” movie!  Click here for audio.

 

The Passion for Fashion segment featured…

Winning this Fall with Jewel Tone Colors.  Ruby reds.  Emerald Greens.  Topaz Yellows.  Torquoise Blues. Sapphire Blues.  Brianna opted to sport her jewel tone color on her finger nails.  Take a look…

Photo Credit: Brianna Lashay

For the rest of second hour talk, be sure to visit marilynscafesociety,com.

Remember to tune in next week for another exciting show.  Also, follow me on Twitter @marilynscafesoc and find me on Facebook @MarilynsCafeSociety.

Peace.

Marilyn

MCS Radio Show Recap – Saturday, October 14th, 2017

Hey Everyone! 

This Saturday’s show was another short one.  However, this time around I had an in-studio guest with me.  Here’s the recap…

Cafe Talk:  How well do you know sports?

1st and only Hour:  On this day in history and Top News…

* 1908: The Chicago Cubs beat the Detroit Tigers, 2-0, clinching the World Series. 

* 1964:  The United States civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., at age 35 became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.  He accepted the prize on behalf of “all men who love peace and brotherhood.”

In-studio guest co-host, Karen Isberg (singer, recording artist, and entertainer), shared who’s birthdaying today.

Top News was brief and included…

*The story about the U. S. Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross asking Congress for $3.3 Billion Dollars more to complete the 2020 census which now estimates to cost about $15.6 Billion Dollars.   The additional dollars will go to testing and ramping up new technologies focusing mostly on cybersecurity.

*Facebook announced wireless Virtual Reality headset that doesn’t require wires or a smartphone to work and costs only $200.  Of course, Karen and I joked about the problem many of us are facing dealing with the reality of everyday life let alone trying to figure out this new gaming technology called Virtual Reality!!!  Anyway, at this price, Facebook is teetering on the possibility of getting this virtual technology into the hands of  a billion people.

*Another Facebook story…They are now expanding the ability to order food for takeout or delivery straight from the app or desktop.  The services that users will be able to use include Delivery.com, Door-Dash, and ChowNow.  Facebook has been testing this service for the past year.

Cafe Talk went well.  Karen and I shared that we both are basically above what an average person may know about sports but not quite intermediate yet.  For me, working in media has helped me learn quite a bit.    For example, I reported that I know that the Minnesota Lynx won the WNBA Finals!!!

I gave away the second 12 Saturdays Til Christmas gift bag.  Congratulations to Rita B. of Joliet, Illinois.  Be sure to tune in for your chance to win next week.

Entertainment News:

Before wrapping up the radio show, I spent sometime talking with guest co-host, Karen Isberg about her singing career that began when she was in the 3rd grade.   To date, you can catch Karen performing at Giovans Restaurant in Crest Hill, Illinois.  And, if you can’t make it to Giovans, tune in on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 to the 10th Annual Christmas Celebration broadcast because she will be performing.  Yes!  Live in studio!  Go to marilynscafesociety.com for more details.  In addition to singing, Karen shared that she recently retired from a long career in long-term health-care administration.

The hour went by fairly quickly.  I’m looking forward to a full show next week.

Have a great week everyone.

Peace,

Marilyn

MCS Radio Show Recap- Saturday, October 7th, 2017

Hello friends.  What’s happening?  Are you exuding the attribute of zeal? Awaken your senses!  Become excited about your life!  Allow yourself to experience Joy!!   Share on this post or find me on social media and let me know how you’re doing.  

This Saturday’s show was another short one and I flew solo.  Here’s the recap…

Cafe Talk:  What have you eaten in the last 24 hours that you know wasn’t healthy for you?

On this day in history…

* 1913: Henry Ford’s entire Highland Park automobile factory was run on a continuously moving assembly line for the first time.  Prior to this, automobiles were produced at a rate of only a few a day.  The new moving assembly line improved production from 12 1/2 hours to just 2 hours and 40 minutes (and ultimately 1 hour and 33 minutes) boosting annual output to well over 200,000 units a year. 

* 1968:  The United States movie industry adopted a film ratings system for the first time:  G (for general audiences), M (for mature audiences), R (no one under 16 admitted without an adult), and X (no one under 16 admitted). 

Since the late 1990s, the Motion Picture Assn America film ratings have been as follows:[3]

Rating symbol Meaning
G – General Audiences

All ages admitted. Nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.

PG – Parental Guidance Suggested

Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give “parental guidance”. May contain some material parents might not like for their young children.

PG-13 – Parents Strongly Cautioned

Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. Parents are urged to be cautious. Some material may be inappropriate for pre-teenagers.

R – Restricted

Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.

NC-17 – Adults Only

No One 17 and Under Admitted. Clearly adult. Children are not admitted.

Other labels

If a film has not been submitted for a rating or is an uncut version of a film that was submitted, the labels Not Rated (NR) or Unrated (UR) are often used.

If a film has not yet been assigned a final rating, the label This Film Is Not Yet Rated is used in trailers and television commercials.

* 1985:  A mudslide in Ponce, Puerto Rico, killed an estimated 500 people in the island’s worst disaster of the 20th century.  Update, the current Governor of Puerto Rico is calling the devastation of Maria, the island’s worst disaster in modern times.

Top News…

*Update on Los Vegas Nevada’s (Mandalay Resort and Casino) shooting on Sunday night at the Country Music Concert.  58 dead,k 530 wounded.  On record as the United States worst mass shooting.  Apparently the shooter booked an hotel room in Chicago overlooking Grant Park during the Lollapalooza Weekend.  

*Also, another hurricane (Nate) is expected to hit the U.S. Gulf Coast.

I kept Café Talk light to get our minds off the devastation.  Some Facebookers and a few callers chimed in sharing chocolate, candy, etc. 

We didn’t have time for Entertainment Talk this week.

However, before signing off, I reminded everyone about the upcoming 10th Annual Christmas Celebration broadcast on Saturday, December 2, 2017.  You’ll meet one of the singers next week so be sure to tune in.

Finally, congratulations to Jacqueline L. of Joliet.  She was the winner of the first of the 12 Saturdays til Christmas Gift bag give away.  Again, tune in next Saturday for your chance to win.  The audio for this broadcast will be posted as soon as possible.

Peace,

Marilyn

MCS Radio Show Recap – Saturday, September 30th, 2017

Hey Friends,

So much has happened in the world and the United States in the past few weeks.  I hope you’re doing well in your own private lives.  Have you considered how to process all that has happened?  Well, my in-studio guest for this Saturday’s show stopped by to share some interesting, common-sense ways to protect our mental health.  Here is everything that you missed…

Café Talk:  Has the current issues and news been overwhelming for you? What’s bothered you the most?

1st Hour– This Day In History and Top News

The fabulous Kay Bolden–Author, Travel blogger, accidental Farmer, and former CEO of Warren-Sharpe Center joined me in studio and helped present the “This Day In History” segment.  Below is a brief version.

* In 1846, a dentist in Charleston, Mass., William Morton extracted a tooth with the aid of an anesthetic — ether. It was the first time an anesthetic had been used to extract a tooth.

* In 1962, in an effort to desegregate the University of Mississippi , James H. Meredith, an African American, was escorted onto the campus by U.S. marshals.  This action set off a riot in which two men died before violence was quelled by more than 3,000 soldiers. Meredith enrolled the next day.

*  In 1993, a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck India’s Maharashtra state, killing nearly 10,000 people. And some 30,000 were injured. The disaster primarily affected the Latur and Osmanabad districts.

For audio, go to www.marilynscafesociety.com.

Top News was brief:  

On Tuesday, Twitter representatives announced that the microblogging site will be testing a 280-character limit for tweets, doubling its current 140-character standard.  A small selected group of tweeters are currently testing the expanded space.   The Twitter product manager, Aliza Rosen, and senior software engineer, Ikuhiro Ihara, wrote, “Although we feel confident about our data and the positive impact this change will have, we want to try it out with a small group of people before we make a decision to launch to everyone.”

I also information about the Great Shake Out event.  Remember to register and participate in the Great Shake Out earthquake drill at 10:19am on 10/19.  To register, just go to www.shakeout.org/centralus.

Kay and I handled Cafe Talk by sharing Facebook posts and by referencing her article in the Times Weekly Newspaper that addressed the topic at hand.  There she wrote about the stress that news, events and too much information can have on us and ways the experts said we should handle it.  Here’s a couple…

• Limit the time we spend on news and social media. Recalibrate settings on Facebook so political posts don’t rise to the top every 5 minutes. Stay informed, but don’t get bogged down in online arguments.

• Plan and focus on things we enjoy, whether that’s taking a walk or reading a romance novel. It may be escapism, but it gives the brain a rest.

For the full article and tips, go to thetimesweekly.com.

2nd Hour – Entertainment News and Passion for Fashion

I must admit that Entertainment Talk was a bit sketchy as I didn’t have time to watch television this week.  Nevertheless, I pulled out all stops to bring it to you.  DWTS on Monday night was dynamic.  Couples in jeopardy were Cheryl and Terrell Owens; and the Shark, Barbara & Keo.   Sadly, Barbara was voted off.  On Tuesday night, which was Latin Night and Caliente;  Debbie Gibson voted off.  Nick Lashay & Peta were in jeopardy too.

*This is Us Season 2 premiered this week and set a new high for the TV series in the key demographic, according to a new report by Nielsen overnight rating report.

*Season Premiere of SNL is tonight with Ryan Gosling as host and Jay-Z as performer. For more details, click here for audio.

The Passion for Fashion segment featured…Denim and More Denim.

Skinny jeans, ankle jeans, novelty jeans, high-waisted jeans, destructed jeans, jeans with patches and more.   Below is a few pictures.

differentjeans

Photo credit:  curvatude.com

For the rest of second hour talk, be sure to visit marilynscafesociety,com.

Remember to tune in next week for another exciting show.  Also, follow me on Twitter @marilynscafesoc and find me on Facebook @ Marilyn’s Cafe Society.

Peace.

Marilyn