“Fridays are the hardest in some ways: you’re so close to freedom.”

Friday, April 19, 2013

We probably will call this post "Freedom Fridays", If you Kurlies are like us..you know that by 11.38am on Friday..your brain is fried!

So today, we share some links that will make you smile or not! Shake your fros yo!


Mary and I are kinda off dairy so we are trying our hand at Almond Milk! Recipe here!

We've had this song on replay for a while now, so we wanted to share:



In the quest of attaining perfect skin like the pretty lady above, without having to go out looking to kill, bleed out a unicorn and use its blood as serum, we have been trying out a little brush, review and where to buy coming soon!

A sketch artist has proved that woman always focus on their "flaws" rather than their fabulousness! Stop it ladies! Plus stop at 0.11 on the video..those boots are to die for! anyone knows where you can get cute ankle boots in Nairobi? Share


Water Colour tattoos! that is all


What say you?

Got any links that you would like to share? 
ShirleyJ said...

I understand how people feel that people make a bigger deal at what happens in America than elsewhere but that is in part because it affects more than Americans, this was an international marathon, the person who won it was Ethiopian, there were 96 countries represented; one of the deaths was a Chinese graduate student studying here in the U.S. The last thing that you expect is sending your child or family member to America to run a marathon or to study is for them to be affected by a bombing. At first no one knew how many were hurt or who did it. Could it have been another Al-Quaeda terror attack? Where will they attack next? This is after people have been pretty much on edge from constant coverage of threats by North Korea and having the president refer to it as a terror attack. I don't mean to be insensitive but post election violence in Venezuela was to be expected, I'm sure the police there was on high alert for it. Could the U.S public benefit from more international news coverage, of course. But there are also things that happen here that don't make a ripple on the international scene or even the national scene as well

TheBantuGirl said...

This is a cute link about natural hair -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzuDeAS0Yqo

Miss Vavavum said...

I am working towards great skin and natural hair too. The lady looks amazing! Great point on the world news, never really looked at It like that

Anonymous said...

*sighs* wow, true
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evbu said...

clarisonic brush! please let it be the one you are reviewing! i need one of those babies

Mercy Mkhana said...

Well said, Ms ShirleyJ. I was thinking that if the faces next to the news stories were Iraqi, Venezuelan and Pakistani, the reactions would be similar to the bottom one. I am sure there are folks out there who had the same muted reaction to the Boston attack. Sad to say, in certain areas of this world, violence has become far too common-place and most who are removed from it geographically and physically are numb to it. Until it happens in your own backyard. In the manner in which it did for the Boston Marathon. In the way it failed to adhere to the typical warfare rules, just like these other unfortunate incidents, and more so because the bombings impacted more than just Americans. As you've so eloquently put it in your comment. They say news matters most to those closest to it. And it's not fair to lump the world's reaction to different news stories in one graphic facial image...it's more than that. There are certainly people out there who, not being Iraqi, Venezuelan or Pakistani, felt the pain of these events. Just like there are people out there who were numb to it. There are also people out there who were numb to the Boston attack, and those who were horrified by it. You are right, indeed. The US public could stand to have more international news coverage but, as is human nature, there is a tortoise-shell tendency to self-preserve by cocooning oneself, losing oneself in fluffier bits of news like what the Kadarshians are up to this week or what Churchill's comedians are cracking up on this week instead of facing, daily, the different horrors that go on in this world.

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Anonymous said...

heey, wanted to try out the yoghurt and vinegar deep conditioning bh couldn't figure out how much vinegar is needed 4 the 3/4 yoghurt... please help

Nyachomba said...

Hey...you need about two tablespoons max

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Anonymous said...

Also, the most popular news outlets in the world are American. For others it's world news but for Americans it's local news. You are not seeing the world's reaction you are seeing local reaction to a local tragedy. When American reports on global news in say India and that segment finally reaches India...they are looking at their own local news reported by someone else on the other side of the world. We do not in turn see, read or hear their reaction to their own news other than the occasional mass mob jumping up and down behind an American reporter. We do not get Indian newspapers or television stations yet India gets ours. International interpretation of America is so frustrating. At the end of the day the world relies on our charity an protection but it is not reciprocal. People in the middle East murder and rape and bomb and we risk our lives reporting those stories to the world or sending our military to save people. Then we are called ignorant because we 'don't know what's going on in the rest of the world'.

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