Every time we read or hear the news, we cringe at what's happening in the world.

How do we glisten in a place with such strange darkness,...

...when we step out our front doors, and

...into a place of uncertainty?

By keeping one foot in front of the other, and...

...never losing sight of the beauty and kindness that still exists.

We may have to check over our shoulders on occasion, but...

...always remember, in hindsight -

That which challenges us makes us strong.

So, hold your head up, navigate through this place, and never lose sight of...

...who you are -

 - A  glistening soul.

This style story was captured in an alley - a place that evokes thoughts of uncertainty, darkness, and often times fear. I created a juxtaposition with myself adorned in a beautiful, soft pink, glistening cami and surrounded by such a harsh environment. In spite of the softness of the top, I'm anchored in a powerful shoe, and the sturdiness of gray.

Outfit Details:
 Gray Chinos from Loft last spring: Check out the new Chino at Loft
Shoes: Via Spiga (I've had them for years)

Before you go...
  1. Sharon White of Quintessential style did a delightful write-up on me. It's so sweet it made me blush. Connect to → Glenda Interview ← to read it.
  2. Also, did you get your copy of True Style: A Look Beyond the Surface? If not, read what people are saying by clicking → Revews.
  3. Don't forget - if you're planning on attending the Temecula Valley Women's Expo, come by and say, Hi. I'm speaking on the main stage, Sunday, April 30th!
  4. Finally, be sure to come back on Wednesday for another addition of What's Interesting. I'm interviewing a beautiful woman named Anita Morris of Anita by Design. I'm sure you'll enjoy it!
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  1. Glenda! You are actually really glistening! Thanks for keeping our spirits up and our style on point!

  2. What a great entry this was! Fabulous shoes, too! Looking great, lady!

  3. Glenda,
    Your thoughts are reminisicent of those of the beautiful Maya Angelou. Thank you for reminding us that we can be a light-- even in the midst of darkness.

    1. Oh how I love Maya Angelou. I'm thankful I had the opportunity to hear her speak in person. I'll never forget it.

  4. What a beautiful reminder that is right on time. Thank you dear one and I hope you and your guys enjoyed a lovely Easter.

    You look chic per usual! Keep shining this week and beyond!

    1. Thank you Dear Shon. Easter was lovely, and I hope yours was too.


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