Synchronicity, Sparkle, and Meghan Markle Hair.

Michelle Weber of the Daily Post, provides a daily one-word prompt to encourage the creative process of finding a subject to write about.

Yesterday the word was “Sparkle“. Not five minutes prior to discovering the daily word prompt, I had wished my gorgeous great-niece Daneta a happy birthday with this photo. Do you see it?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out yesterday for their first joint official public engagement in Nottingham, England.

An online feature affirmed Meghan’s hair is naturally curly. Being curious I opened the link. Below is the second paragraph of the article:

“The announcement sparkled an inevitable social-media frenzy, and naturally, people had questions about the 36-year-old American who was now mere months away from officially joining the British royal family.”

It’s refreshing to see the royal pot stirred and shaken by a successful American, not only from the long running legal drama series, “Suits”, but a confident young woman who was strong in her beliefs and protested a sexist Ivory dish washing liquid commercial in 1993 at the age of 11.

She took affront to the television ad and penned her objection to the President of Proctor & Gamble. The impact of her letter triggered P&G to change the wording of their ad to say “people, not women”. This landed Meghan a role on Nickelodeon’s “Nick News”, hosted by Linda Ellerbee.

Meghan had these words of advice for kids across America. “If you see something that you don’t like or are offended by, on television or any other place, write letters and send them to the right people and you can really make a difference for not just yourself, but lots of other people.”

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Sparkle on!

 

 

 

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