Happy Birthday Dianna “Coach D” Williams.
If it wasn’t for Lifetime Tv introducing the world to the Dancing Dolls of Jackson, MS, this blog would not exist. Coach D, you’ve started an empire in 2001 when the Dollhouse Factory was built. Young girls, whom were considered at-risk because of their living environment, was given an opportunity to express creativity and talent.
The act of tenacity inspired young girls and women to be at their best. By making Boss lady moves, it became public knowledge that a black woman can be a loving wife and mother while building a successful corporation. Additionally, a display of professionalism taught individuals to face unexpected obstacles while achieving their goals.
Certainly, in life, we always face setbacks and enemies. You were transparent about a past that was deemed salacious. While enemies try to bring shame with blog and social media posts for cash, the success kept rising . As a result, fans were inspired to own their mistakes, express forgiveness, and keep pushing forward.
Finally, it is now 2018, after hard work and faith in God, your business continues to grow. Currently, there are three Dollhouse Dance Studios (Jackson, MS., Birmingham, AL, and Atlanta, GA). Also, members of the company are high academic achievers who continued excel beyond. Furthermore, you added collector’s Doll for young girls to your list of accolades. As a result, the world now knows your name and achievements.
Continue to share your blessings with us and the world. And have a great joyous birthday.
P.S. Don’t get too turnt up (LOL).
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I love this team plz can I join I am 9 and I want to bring the fire to you and I never been on a dance team but I’m a good dancer and I can take the yelling to and my mom can I’m just so inspired by you and kayla