Sunday, April 20, 2008


Okay, so it's like this--I could stand to lose 30-40 . . . okay possibly even 50 lbs and probably ditch as well what one of my good friends calls the "holiday hair" (LOL), but you know, it is what it is. As my friend Charlotte told me once a long time ago, the folks who really love and care about you are always going to see past all of that.

Also, let me apologize ahead of time to those whose picture didn't make it into this blog piece. Really, there were just too many of y'all. I'll try to include you the next time out.

Pictures from the Davis-Kidd Signing for After The Dance
from Lori's Picture Collection
April 2008
Me and one of of my best sister-friends, Charlotte.

Me and Joy, the romance-reading friend from the library

who helped inspire the creation of After The Dance.

Me and Cathy, a friend who worked in Magazines & Newspapers with me back in the day.
Lori and The Always Cool Griff at The Davis-Kidd Signing.
Pictures from the Barnes & Noble Signing of After The Dance
from Lori's Pciture Collection
April 2008
Me And My G0-to-Guy Michael at the Barnes & Noble Signing in Memphis.
April 2008
Katie, a friend from my Memphis public library days.
Karen, one of my very first fans from back in the day (smile).
A new fan

Wait, is the line to the door?

Me and some members from my old church in Memphis.
From Lori's Picture Collection
April 2008


Keith said...

Very exciting and fun. When are you coming to New York?

pjazzypar said...

Girl what are you talking about, you look great. Wow what a turn out! I'll bet the whole experience was exciting, surreal and awe inspiring. Holiday that's funny.

Lori said...

Aww, PJ, you are too kind (LOL). Yes, "surreal" is exactly the word I used to describe it. Okay, now let me go and post the rest of them.

Lori said...

I'll be sure to let you know. Thanks for asking.

Sharon J said...

Thanks Lori. These are wonderful photos. Your hair looks great! Aaron is really growing up. I'm happy that your book signing was a success.

Take care and God bless!

Lori said...

Thank you, Sharon. Hopefully, things will go as well when I appear in Cleveland (smile).