Teeda and Lamin went toy hunting at Target.
Took the kids out to the park and then the playground to keep them busy…
Had a lazy morning and the kids couldn’t take it..!
Teeda gave me two options… “Lets dance together or take us to the park…”
I chose the latter and there we were..! At the playground…
They are always on the run. The boy of the year (Lamin) is outnumbered by the two girls but that doesn’t stop him from having fun..!!
After months of begging to do makeup, I finally gave her a full 30 minutes to do her facial art. This is just for fun and happy memories…
I am terrified of snakes. Just seeing a video of snakes scares me to death. As scary as that may be, there is something else I fear more. LIPSTICK. I love makeup, and the finishing touch of lipstick does the magic.
Why the fear
I bought a red lipstick that had a beautiful gloss to it and I just fell in love with the texture. I went out for dinner with my friends and I got a couple of compliments on how good it looked on me. Then the unthinkable happened. My lips started swelling up. I thought that they would blow up at some point. I don’t have any allergies, so I knew that it had nothing to do with food allergies. Besides, we hadn’t even eaten dinner yet.
My friend put on the same lipstick that I used and she was perfectly fine. So I concluded that it was just me. What else could it be? That was when I made up my mind. I’m never going to put on lipstick again.
Did I stick to the promise
Well, I’ve been tempted to put on lipstick on many different occasions, especially when I see how good it looks on people. I even went as far as buying a couple that ended up being used by my little girl on her dolls. I do, however, put on colorful lipgloss. But they don’t seem to do the magic for me. They just don’t last long enough.
I want to try out lipstick again. I want to remove my fear of it. I believe that I can only get over this fear if I start putting on lipstick. So I have decided to go and purchase any lipstick of my choice and see how it’ll turn out. I’m giving myself a week to take on the action.