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We baked a cake today. The original plan was to make it on Thursday but we didn’t have enough time.

I’ve been editing photos all day to early 90’s R&B music. A little time travel back to the days of Z Cavariccis, Cross Colors, Bongo shorts, Flojos, Perms, Hypercolor t-shirts, D’Angelo, Jodeci, Boyz 2 Men, mixtapes and the list just keeps going.

I’m getting my hair done (straightened) tomorrow, finally. It’s been over 4 years since i’ve done it and it’s time to put the frizz to rest.

A few of my favorite early 90’s R&B songs
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Jodeci – Forever My Lady
SWV – Weak
Babyface – When Can I See You
Aaliyah – At Your Best
Boyz 2 Men – End Of The Road
Keith Sweat – I’ll Give All My Love To You
Brian McKnight – Anytime
En Vogue – Giving Him Something He Can Feel
H-town – Knockin The Boots
Mokenstef – He’s Mine
Deborah Cox – Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here
New Edition – I’m Still In Love With You
Xscape – Work Me Slow
Keith Martin – Never Find Someone Like You

(Does anyone remember any of these?)

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  1. July 26, 2010

    Hahaha… man on man… total flashback! If you and I had gone to the same school in the 90’s, we’d be bffs… I went through exactly the same things, no joke!

  2. July 26, 2010

    hahah! did you enter talent shows? i wish i/my parents had a video camera back then! at least there’s still photos to show the craziness of the 80’s and 90’s. :D

  3. July 26, 2010

    Oh, you bet I did! I used to battle my guy classmates too… in my Z Cavariccis… my favorite move was the drop. LOL!

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