ROC'N Wednesday! Tomorrow Is Not Promised...Tipping My Hat To Queen Ann After receiving a call on Sunday, September 29, 2019 from the daughter of my long time Sister Friend, Ann Williams with the sad news of her passing, I've decided today's ROC'N Wednesday will be in recognition of her memory and my gratitude. I believe the best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today; loving self and the people in your life; giving a hand when needed for tomorrow is not promised to anyone. The truth is you don't know what is going to happen tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride, and nothing is guaranteed. My Mom often uses a quote from my grandmother, Momman(deceased), "give me my flowers while I can smell them." Queen Ann as I've affectionately called her for the past 3 years because she believed she was the Queen in the Kitchen and nobody could cook better than her, met at Stapleton U.A.M.E Church in Staten Island, NY over 30 years ago. We sang in the Young Adult Choir and neither one of us knew we could sing, but we had a duty to the church to perform every other Sunday and we did just that; off key and all. Queen Ann was very supportive of her family and friends and a faithful member of Rose of Sharon #1, O.E.S. She had been supportive of the Roc-A-Natural business and fell in love with the Body By R.A.N B-Oil-Lavender and U.S. Queen Ann wanted to assist me with expanding the Roc-A-Natural brand through gift giving to friends and family and including the Rose of Sharon #1, O.E.S in the Roc-A-Natural Expo journal. Her support went as far as extending a standing invitation to her annual 4th of July Family BBQ where I would be a featured guest to introduce Body By R.A.N B-products to her guests while enjoying good food, family and friends and music! Thank you Queen Ann for the good times and Roc-A-Natural support! I tip my hat to you today, Queen Ann.
My sincere condolences to The Williams Family for the loss of beloved Queen Ann. "It's all about being in a natural state of mind"