I’m here! I’m alive… phew – the past few weeks have been crazy. Long story short, I moved into my new home. Yay! Wait, let me rephrase that, we moved into our new home 🙂
We weren’t quite sure when it would officially happen so it took us by surprise. Let me state 2 things. 1: Our new home is ah-mazing and 2: Moving house is one of the most stressful things life has to offer. I’m sure you can all relate to this (If not, feel free to help me unpack the remaining boxes. Hashtag just saying). Nevertheless, we’re creating a space that is completely ours. It may take a while to get there but that’s ok.
|Relaxing in our new home
Now let’s get back to business. To each and every single person who came out from as far as Paarl, Worcester and even Port Elizabeth, to the first Curlfriend Session – Thank you. Dankie. Enkosi. You are appreciated. I would like to apologize once again for the time scheduling dilemma. The organizer changed the time of our session without my knowledge. Despite everything, I believe great fun was had by all. Why? Because when a group of naturals see each other and get chatting about hair care, not even a bit of rain can stop their fun. Check out some of the pics below: (NB. The clear pics are courtesy of +Silk Helmet Lady If you have pics of the event that you’d like to share, please tag me in them. I apologize for the blurry pics, I’ve written to Father Christmas and I’m hoping my new camera will be under the tree on Christmas morning. Also, I hope #MyHim is reading this post. hint hint)
Before I end off this post I would like to thank Nubian Nature, Afro botanics, Gentle Approach and Design Essentials for sponsoring fabulous prizes to guests. Last but certainly not least, I want to thank two women who have become sisters to me, Shantel aka Silk Helmet Lady and Isabel aka Mzansifro. There are no true words to thank you for helping to make this event a success. I wish you all the luck in the world and I will see you very soon! Much love