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Ending The Year On My Terms

Author: Tafari, Friday, December 27th, 2013 at 9:00 PM

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Spending the remainder of my year in Paris to end 2013 & begin 2014 on a continued wave of positivity & creative energy.

At the end of 2012, I proclaimed that 2013 was going to be the year of my comeback and it was in so many ways.

I’m not sure what I expect from 2014 but I hope it is filled with the same spirit of 2013: Family, Friends, & Love!

No need for (Re)Solutions  here.

Happy New Year people!



8 Responses to “Ending The Year On My Terms”

  1. los angelista Says:

    I love this. LOOOOOVE this. Also, now I want a damn picture of me with some Eiffel Tower reflections!


  2. Anna Says:

    Happy New Year, my friend, I hope 2014 treats you right — indeed, family, friends and love! Wishing you all the best.


  3. mofunk Says:

    Happy New Year Tafari!! So glad you are taking time for your self and enjoying Paris..


  4. Baron Samedi Says:

    Hope your children are enjoying Paris as well.


  5. J V L I V S Says:

    Almost thought you fell off the radar, bruh! Good to see that you’re still makin’ magic.


  6. Tafari Says:

    J V L I V S – Hey man, hope you’re well. And, yes, I’m still alive and kicking it.

    Baron Samedi – Hope my kids are enjoying whatever they did over the holiday break. I haven’t interacted with my children since Jan 2013. Sad right?

    mofunk – Thanks you! Hope your 2014 is AWESOME!

    Ana – Hey you, Im hoping that you a great 2014…..

    los angelista – LOL!!!! Next time I’m in LA, we are going to make that happen.


  7. Samedi Says:

    Yeah, pretty sad. Must be tough. I used to have a gun pointed at my head all the time that kept me from my kids after a divorce, but then I woke up.


  8. Tafari Says:

    How awesome for you & thanks for sharing your story.



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