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Once Upon a time there was a Princess named Karen Cantrell...
Yes, It is true Karen Can'trell's real name is Princess Karen Cantrell!
You can check out her Passport or driver's license ..... That is her real name!
Friends of Princess Karen often refer to her as a good person who is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. It is easy to see why. She has modeled all her life and won numerous beauty contests using her winnings to pay on her education. She won a full voice scholarship to Converse College and studied voice under Jane Frazier the mother of world renounced American soprano. Gianna Rolandi. While studying at Converse College she began to attend riding classes and became an expert equestrian eventor.
I'm a freelance photographer based in the Kansas City, Missouri area and provide nation wide on-site photography services to individuals, organisations and companies
Photography is an art that can capture human emotions, brilliant sunsets, the motion of waterfalls and the global issues that are facing us today. Photography can tell a story of our past and our present. It provides the key to holding on to memories forever, and people who may no longer be with us today. It provides us with happiness, bewilderment, excitement and captures the Earth in all of it glorious wonders.
There are many things that motivate me and inspire me. When I began, it was about the joy that that it brings to my life and the feeling of independence, that it has given me. It was about achieving a career, which is intellectually stimulating as well as emotionally fulfilling. It has filled a hole, that I had, which was I wasn’t truly fulfilling my true potential as a person.
Ana Nacvalovaite - Founder, President and Chair Of Lotus of Hope -Specializing In Providing Access To Education For Children In Developing Countries
Ana Nacvalovaite - photograph by Meagan Cignoli
Ana Nacvalovaite sits in the lobby of Le Meurice Hotel ideally located opposite the Tuileries Garden at the heart of Paris. Her soft-spoken manner and simple elegance makes one feel instantly at ease. This Lithuanian expatriate resides between London and NYC, speaks seven languages, holds two bachelors and two masters’ degrees, and is presently working on her doctorate at Oxford. Ana is an international human rights attorney who has lived a life and a half and makes no secret of her academic, philanthropic and business ambitions.
Laurie Klein - A World Renowned Professional Artist, Photographer, Lecturer And Gifted Teacher
When you first meet Laurie Klein you might guess that she is a Creative Healer, but you would never guess her method - Infrared Photography.
She is known today as both a successful photographer with a signature style, and an instructor of healing workshops that celebrate women by helping them re-discover their core purpose, strengths, passions and joys.
Her life long commitment to the art of photography began 41 years ago in high school. “I didn’t really discover my passion, my passion discovered me.” Laurie said.
Transforming Traditional Etiquette Into A Contemporary Lifestyle
Being raised in the small, southern town of Graceville, Florida, manners and etiquette were a part of everyday life for Laura Pulido. As early as kindergarten, Laura remembers attending numerous “manners” classes at the local community center. She learned the difference between a fish fork and a salad fork as well as the importance of standing when someone enters the room for an introduction. Back then, Laura was taught to pick up the receiver, smile, and clearly state, "Hello, Benefield's residence, this is Laura" using a dinosaur -age telephone with a rotary dial - the idea of a smart phone was far from being conceived.