3 things I look forward to on the weekend

#TGIF -Felisia Hill

I was reading on the internet – Glamour Magazine and came across this really interesting article. I think it makes some really good points. I hope you enjoy reading this article.

This week flew by. Weekend coming up. What do you do for the weekend. Is it your time to catch up on household things, take the kids out, or just curl up with a great article?

Shopping for Yoga and active wear

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Morning stretch

So  2 things Felisia Hill likes. Good Reads, Great shopping. I included  one of my fav links.

and the 3rd thing is great food.

One of my favorites is The Cheese Cake Factory

I have included all the links to make it easier for you.

I hope you enjoy Felisia Hill’s 3 Things, maybe you have something to add that you like to do on the weekends.

Cheers have a great one.

As always, thanks for reading.

Love Football – Felisia Hill

 

Jack Rabbit.

Jumping Jack Flash comes to mind. Do you know that song? Rolling Stones.

 

5 Things I love – Felisia Hill

Kittens, who doesn’t love kittens? They are so cute and tiny and sweet.

The nice things about them is they are potty trained immediately. I wish they could train my dog that fast.

Muck Bowl Documentary

 

I have placed this on my Felisia Hill site so you can see some of the amazing talent we have. I love to meet people that come here because they have seen interesting internet posts. tripadvisor has put some interesting things about Pahokee as well.

I just don’t want to be known as Felisia Hill the City Commissioner, unless I can AS Felisia Hill the ambassador of Pahokee and Belle Glade..and of course you know we love Football go #bluedevils.

Thanks for reading and sharing and commenting on my blogs. This is new to me but it has been interesting.

Have a great day!

Felisia Hill

3 Reasons to Visit Pahokee, Florida

Felisia Hill
City Commissioner of Pahokee, Fl

 

Pahokee is a city located on the shore of Lake Okeechobee in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The population was 5,649 in the 2010 census.

Pahokee’s residents, according to the 2010 Census, are 56% African-American; almost all the rest are Hispanic, primarily Mexicans or descendants of Mexicans. In 2018, the Mayor, Kenneth W. Babb, and the other four members of the City Commission are all African-American.[8]

As an isolated community, Pahokee is a town where “everyone knows everybody”, and has a strong sense of community.[9]

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