How are ya? How was your weekend? Did you do anything fun? I did and below is my round up of activities :D
On Thursday afternoon, I got a call from Dabs (Naija Hair Can Grow) about a party she was having in her salon, Savvy Chic Hair and Beauty Hub. This year she started a hair magazine and she was celebrating the second edition with a Clueless-themed party. Unfortunately, I was clueless about the Clueless theme so I didn't dress up in that manner. I stayed for a little bit, and was joined by Stylefash (FINALLY!!! Did you know the last time I saw her or Bex was in January?!?!?).
|I can't remember her name but she owns Chloe's Makeovers and she got the theme down pat!|
|Stylefash in the hizouse!!!|
Anyways, it was a fun evening. But hold on, some of you went to report me to Dabs sha, because of my post on what I define natural hair as. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!! You guys are just too much! Kisses :-*
After I left the salon, I went to meet Cakes up in Lekki, and we ended up at Cafe Maidon't (it's really Cafe Maison but I had a horrible experience there so...) We didn't eat though and there were enough mosquitoes for Nigeria. But on the plus side, the decor looked nice :)
On Saturday morning, there was a book reading at This Present House, as Pastor Mrs. Rapu recently published a new book. My lovely non-cousin-sister works there and invited me, and I woke up bright and early... then lazed in bed for about an hour until it was late. So I dashed in for a quick hot shower and lo and behold... no water!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ah ah, how far? Being the drama queen that I am, I called Cakes who was in his bakery, to call the building manager and ask what was going on. Apparently the water pump wasn't working and the plumber was on his way. Well, it took the plumber 6+ hours to get there and I ended up just staying home and cleaning.
Off to churches we went! Cakes is one of the leaders at the teenage church, so I followed him there for the first time. Afterwards, we went to The Waterbrook for a little bit. Then we visited my aunt who I lived with during and after NYSC. Next, we went to Terra Kulture to watch a play, Band Aid, which was a light-hearted musical dramedy (and starred my friend and photographer, Demi O). And finally, our last stop of the day was at another aunt and uncle's house. We didn't get home until past 9pm, and needless to say, we were exhausted.
|Yup, my shoes are like 6 to 8 inches high|
|Erm, sorry it's sideways but this was from the play|
|I dunno how to use my camera :( All the pictures from the play were blurry|