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WOMEN ARE ROSES AWARD CEREMONY -Women With Gifts International

I am so happy to write this blog post as it gives me immense pleasure to be a part of the WOMEN ARE ROSES AWARD CEREMONY organized by the Women With Gifts International, Colorado and express my sincere gratitude to Mrs. LaNette Kincaid( founder) to give me the opportunity to contribute my writings for this prestigious event.

Women With Gifts is a nonprofit organization that was created by women to help women become self-sufficient. Their mission is they are changing the world one woman at a time.
On June 1, 2019, they are hosting WAR, Women are Roses Award Ceremony in order to showcase women all over the world who have overcome obstacles and hasn’t stopped being a staple and inspiration to other women. Some of the Women Are Roses award recipients are survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, breast cancer, mental illness, caregivers and authors. (Sharing the Press Release)
WOMEN ARE ROSES AWARD CEREMONY:
June 1, 2019, at 4 pm
7290 Commerce Center Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Women Are Roses Award Ceremony is a gala-banquet to honor the ladies around the world and also showcase women empowerment and sisterhood. Proceeds from this event will continue to benefit low-income single mothers.
Here are our honorees for the upcoming FORMAL event:
Priyanka Nair from India 
Lindsay Coldrick from London,
Keir Sylvester from Texas
Michelle Besay from Georgia,
Nancy Mulligan from New Jersey,
Holly Bird from Arizona,
Pamela Cohen from Tennessee,
Nicole Smith from Texas,
Nicole Dionne Willis  from Oklahoma,
N. Nadir from Canada,
Evelyn Taylor from Texas,
Sharon Turner from Texas,
Lady Radonna from Colorado,
Zoe Monee’ from Texas, and
Jennifer Carfora from North Carolina
It’s not too late to join the event, Tickets are available on EVENTBRITE. For everyone who purchases a ticket to this event will also be invited to the PRIVATE networking event on May 31, 2019 . Book your tickets and Save the Date.
Much Love and Gratitude
Priyanka
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Dear Younger Me- Featured post at Women With Gifts International

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Dear Younger Me,

How have you been, sorry I could not connect with you earlier, but now I have realized how much I missed talking to you. There was a part of me which reminded me of you in every moment of my life.

Perhaps because of a few decisions, you took way back or maybe some incidents which did not get a proper closure and you still suffer in silence. When you had no one to tell you what you should do when you were bullied for your skin color, where should you go when you had a heartache. But I know you were timid and a very simple girl, who only knew to be nice with people around, and people always used your goodness and left you without any reason. I am responsible for all this because I let that happened to you. I allowed anyone to enter…

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Dear Younger Me by Virtual Siyahi – Featured post at Women With Gifts International

Womenwithgifts.org

Dear Younger Me,

How have you been, sorry I could not connect with you earlier, but now I have realized how much I missed talking to you. There was a part of me which reminded me of you in every moment of my life.

Perhaps because of a few decisions, you took way back or maybe some incidents which did not get a proper closure and you still suffer in silence. When you had no one to tell you what you should do when you were bullied for your skin color, where should you go when you had a heartache. But I know you were timid and a very simple girl, who only knew to be nice with people around, and people always used your goodness and left you without any reason. I am responsible for all this because I let that happened to you. I allowed anyone to enter…

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