Meet Miss Independent of the Week! Pamela Hardwick

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Meet Pamela Hardwick A.K.A MISSI

Age: N/A

City: Columbus

State: Georgia

Occupation: CEO if Redd Diiamond Models & Published Author

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ThatDamnDiiamondBlack

List two independent women who inspire you: Oprah Winfrey and Angel Mechelle

What is the definition of an independent woman? The best thing about an independent woman is she is so comfortable in her skin, that she has no problem reaching out to other women, in love

1 Comment on Meet Miss Independent of the Week! Pamela Hardwick

  1. An independent woman
    may be afraid, but one
    would never know it
    by looking in her face.
    For she holds courage in her
    heart and confidence in her face.

    An independent woman has seen
    struggle, knows what it is
    to have to do things alone.
    She has respect, self love
    she is driven , and although
    a team player she can do it on
    her own .

    Independent woman , pillow wet
    sometimes, but God wipes
    away her tears. An independent
    woman pushes through the pain &
    fights against her fears.

    Independent woman she can be
    any woman that knows her worth
    and knows who she is , and
    what she wants to be . She
    is the lady you pass by every day,
    the woman gone un-recognized un-appreciated
    & un-seen .

    An independent woman is the epitome of
    hope, motivation strength, and a dream
    come to life.
    She is your sister, your grandmother,
    your neighbor, she is somebody’s wife.

    She is you , she is her,
    she is she . An independent woman
    is what legends are made of
    she earns that title independence.
    It is something she chooses
    to be .

    by Diiamond Black (pen name & model name I use )

    The best thing about an independent woman is she is so comfortable in her
    own skin is that she will still reach out to another woman . She will never feel
    threatened and will be able to show love to her fellow woman .

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