Let me take this moment to welcome myself back to WordPress. I missed writing and missed reading your beautiful blogs. The month of May was definitely the longest month for me – was it really 31 days? It felt like the month was two months!😢. To cut the story short, my phone accidentally fell and broke! (It broke so bad that fixing it would be almost similar to buying a new one). Suddenly I had no life, NO WordPress, NO social media and most importantly, NO selfies – yes, I am a big fan 😃🙈. Using my laptop was not an option as my modem for the internet had started giving me problems a month prior to this incident so I had resorted in just using my phone for Internet. I am glad that all is well now and I would like to share some highlights of my month of May.
May was my birthday month, 16th May was my birthday to be precise, and I turned 27 years of age. My daughter sang for me a happy birthday song, said “happy birthday mummy”, hugged and kissed me, it was so beautiful and special. Birthday calls and texts kept coming in all day. later I was taken out to eat, watch and shop – you get it right? Well I really enjoyed my birthday, I was all smiles and happy. It was truly my day.
That’s me on my birthday, all grown-up. looking 27years😃😃
New hairdo, I literally sat down the whole day while Zandiswa (the hairdresser) plaited my hair but it was totally worth it hey. It came out so nice and I love it! The colour is beautiful and looks amazing on me.
I dropped some weight, yippee yippee! i feel good and look good. I love it when people see me and say “Wow you have lost so much weight, you look good”. at least the hours i put at the gym are not in vain, it is finally paying off. Now my goal is just the stomach, everything else is as i wanted it.
On Sunday, 14th May was a Mother’s Day in South Africa. In the morning I told my daughter “today is Mother’s Day, you have to wish mummy a happy Mother’s Day”
She quickly asked: what day was it yesterday? Was it a Children’s Day?
Me: No it was a normal Saturday
Her: So when is Children’s Day or Kid’s Day?
Me: They is no Children’s Day, we only have Women’s, Mother’s and Father’s Day
Her: She was now sad and said am not going to wish you a happy Mother’s Day then because they is no Children’s Day therefore you will also never wish me a happy Children’s Day. It is not fair.
It was after a long talk that she finally said “happy mother’s day mummy”. Till this day I am still amazed at her reasoning capacity at this young age. Talking to her also made me realize indeed it is not fair that we do not celebrate Children’s Day. I later found out that they are actually a lot of countries which recognize and celebrate Children’s Day.
I am thrilled and over the moon to be writing again and I cannot wait to catch up on all your blogs. I have checked a few so far and I must say – wow! You guys have been writing up, so many new posts, it is like I was gone for two months or more, I am totally inspired by you guys. I am happy to be back! ❤❤