An Amazing Interview With 2011 Mrs.Black North Carolina

by Tereciah on February 5, 2013

“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” – Confucius



What does bald and beauty have in common? A Crown!

I recently had the amazing opportunity to sit down and interview a woman that was crowned 2011 Mrs.Black North Carolina, Sandra Dubose, and boy did we have a blast!

Suffering from a rare form of Alopecia Areata where she lost all of the hair on her body, God allowed Sandra to go through many trials and abuse to realize that she was not only beautiful but a queen in His eyes. 

If for any reason you have ever had doubts about yourself I want you to remember these words written by Sandra herself:

“You too have a crown and glory and it has nothing to do with any of your physical attributes.  It can never be compromised because it is the essence of your authentic self.  It is your virtue, your character and your innate divinity as a Child of God.  …see yourself clearly and embrace your inner royalty.  You don’t have to compete in  a pageant or wear a crown and sash to feel like a King or a Queen.  All you have to do is believe that you already are and walk with your head high and know your worth.  You are an invaluable gift to this world endowed with the power to change your life and become anything you want to be. The sooner you wake up to that truth the sooner you can begin to create the life of your dreams.”  – My Crown and Glory: It’s Not About The Hair by Sandra Dubose

To your greatness!

©Tereciah V. Smithen-Quintana

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