Weekend at a glance: frida and the girls #56

I last posted about some inspiring young ladies a while back who are definitely women to watch. This past Saturday, Diamonde and Bella hosted a brunch at The Mosiac for their new women’s empowerment group, Be Bella. The sisterhood was created to promote inner growth which includes, but not limited to, spiritual, financial and emotional growth. I was really pleased to see women coming together to share ideas and supporting one another. It feels good to be surrounded by young, beautiful and powerful women.

Be Bella, “Changing the world one woman at a time.”

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Saturday night I attended Culture Shock: Fiesta para Frida, at the High Museum of Art. This is definitely one of my most favorite places to be in Atlanta. With the current exhibit being Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting, I knew it would be a jam-packed event. But I really didn’t expect to see THAT many people. If you get a chance, PLEASE go check out this exhibit. I was moved by their story of love, loss and creativity.

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I hate that I couldn’t take any pictures. Bleh.

miss lucy

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  • http://btweenthecovers.com/ Heather

    Both of these events sound wonderful! I need to move closer to a cultural hub.

    • http://www.lucydazilma.com/ Miss Lucy

      come on down!

  • http://twitter.com/TheFeistyHouse Krystal K. (@TheFeistyHouse)

    Love all these women’s empowerment groups you find yourself in. It’s lovely to see women support each other!!!