Hi guys I have been gone for a will, but don’t be offended by my absence(lol). For those who follow me on IG, you have seen that I have been having a blast with my family. For those who are new too the blog you can follow me here , I promise there’s never a dull moment on my IG, I love sharing ”Sharing is caring” , corny right. So too start off the blog again, me and my cousin decided to take part in A 5km walk, from our national carier the Suriman Airways here . It was too celebrate there birthday 55 years of flying on trusted wings ,that there slogan. They had a raffle with free tickets to all off the destination they fly too and those who participated could win. Off course thats a nice bonus right , but only the weather did not agree with us on that part off the afternoon. The rain came down on us like it was A order from up above. We had fun do, sneakers filled up with water, others where forced to leave the bottom of there shoe behind (lol). But most off all we got A little work-out in. Till next time time loves, follow me on IG and stay up to date.
So I turned 33years old on past Tuesday the 11th of July. Do I feel different,or old (LOL) ? Not really !! I always life my live like age is just a number and tommorrow is another day. Getting to this Age makes me wonder of, again in my thoughts.
Lets check what Numorology here has to say about the number 33 !!!
The number 3 refers to the Trinity, and means that you are receiving divine protection, help, and guidance. In most cases, if you are seeing a lot of 3’s, this is an Angel Number sign that you have a close connection to Jesus, the son in the Holy Trinity. 33 means that Jesus is with you and helping you.
Well there you have it, I have Angels watching over me more than ever now that I am 33 years old. I also had a little fun this year with my birthday. I had a shirt made with a beautiful black animated afro girl and of course she is super smart. Black girl magic !!!! Smart brown girls are born in JULY, lol feeling myself. I got the jeans that I am wearing with the cuts and embroided flowers from a shop named Posh here. They have a lot of embroided pieces a very nice shop if I may say so. Here are the pictures from my birthday shoot which I think came out nice considering the boys came a long for the shoot, and wanted to take pictures with mommy. Photoshoots with the kids are never EASY !!! But you guys be the judge!!!
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Sometimes you not just wonder, if people you lost over a period of time, had something in common. I still feel the loneliness of saying goodbye too my sister for ever and it has been 3 months now 4 months already since I begun writing this piece . What if the dates when people in one family die have a bigger connection, then we think in the first place.
The dates they where born and even the day that they where buried have similarities I think sometimes. These thoughts have been in my mind for a long time. A aunt of my had a memorial service for her late husband and at that time it was also 6 weeks of the passing of my sister. She wrote a few poems, talented as she is, about the similarities of there passing. And that struck a spark in me to get more information on dates of other beloved familie members who had past in the several years. I came to the conclusion that she really was right about the similarities. 2 of my dearly beloved ones past on the number 13,of separate months. Not Friday the 13th to be exact but the 13th of the month March and May. Both months also starting with the letter M. Looking further one of there names also started with the letter M. Another loved one birthday was on the 13th of August, and past on the 3th of Januari. Is it the number 3 (three) or the multiplication of the number 3. This will always be a Question for all off us. Just letting my mind wonder of!!! I love my family living and those who have passed away in loving memory of them.
You guys must be thinking what kind of title is this . 1 July 1863 Keti Koti (Sranantongo: “the chain is cut” or “the chain is broken”)is an annual celebration on July 1 which marks Emancipation Day in Suriname. The day is also known as Maspasi or Prisiri Maspasi, meaning “Emancipation” or “Emancipation Festival”.
Keti Koti marks when slavery was abolished in Suriname and the Dutch Antilles in 1863. However, enslaved people in Suriname would not be fully free until 1873, after a mandatory 10 year transition period during which time they were required to work on the plantations for minimal pay and without state sanctioned torture. After 1873 many slaves left the plantations where they had suffered for several generations, in favor of the city of Paramaribo.This monument represents a liberated negro slave, whom had broke his chains.
‘Kwakoe’ is the name for a man, born on wednesday.
MY AUNTS ,UNCLE AND MY MOMMY!!!
So that is the meaning of the title, history guys !!! LOL!! This day always brings a great celebration in the city, but this year my family decided to spent it together. Usually people get dressed in culturele clothing of that time, which also a few of my family members whore on that day. This family event was just the BOMB !!! If I may say so myself. We had a blast and everyone was just dancing and singing, great food. Here are some images for you guys to get a idea of what the day was like. Love my Family !!! Till next time guys, like, follow and share. MY GRANDMA 85 YEARS OLD AND HER ONLY SON(MY UNCLE)
MOMMY ,ME AND CYIAN
THE CRAZY BUNCH!!!!
Hey guys, I have been absent for A while, but I am back, and no real reason for me being absent, just laziness to be honest. One of those lazy days we spent at the park. The boys where so excited that the little one nearly pist his pants, from all the playing around and having fun. The parks in my country do not have a lot too offer but the kids love it. It wasn’t planned, so I am just wearing a simple striped dress from C&A in the Netherlands which I got from my aunt and birkenstock slippers. I was so tired when we came back home, I really need to get back to walking on the weekends. Till next time bye bye loves !!!!
The next kimono/cardigan I want to share with you guys is actually been in my wardrobe for a long time, just could not find the right moment to where it. Its like a fold over dress without the button to fold it over with. It has a band to tie and I really love the color, I also have a army green one just like it, but I am saving it for another time. I bought both of them at this shop, it is a Aliexpress vendor, they actually got really nice clothes, I will put the link to this cardigan here but unfortunately its sold out. But you can still check out this shop here. You guys be the judge, let me know in the comments, what you think about this cardigan. Like, follow and share my blog. Also check out my Instagram here to be sure not to miss another posts from me.
A little side note the dress I am wearing with this cardigan is from h&m.nl here also sold out sorry. Till next time loves, bye bye !!!!
Hey guys I am back with kimono/ cardigan number 2. This one is a very nice white one, actually got it from my aunt you can get a similar one here. You can simple pair this one with everything. Its knitted and very light weight.
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Its Kimono/cardigan season, have you got yours yet. I have been keeping track on a few nice ones and will share them with you guys. The first one I will share with you guys is actually my favorite one . Very light weight and ruffled. You can pare it with so much colors, and even get away with it for A date night. And most of al the price is right, get it here. It is rain season now in my country Suriname and sometimes a bit sunny but most of all rain. Having these kind of kimonos or cardigans with you comes in handy. Even now when I am writing this post the rain is poring down heavy. Cardigans have always been a must have in my garments. Owwww yes and I am rocking some crochet faux locs that you can get here/here in different colors. I decided to go with the 1b(natural black) and #27 (blond).
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Every girl needs a little black dress in her closet, but now and days you also need a little black romper or jumpsuit tucked away somewhere. I stumbled upon this little blank romper and decided to take it out for a spin. I styled it with some old printed wooden heel sandals from H&M.NL ,my sunnies and my trusty black bag. Later on I decided to dress it down a bit with the same printed slip-ons also from H&M.NL find non-printed options here / but also here (H&M.COM),very nice if I might add, and a gypsy kind of bag. I also added a hat too make the look just right. Options here/here/here/here. These photos where taken at a lot of the monumental places in Paramaribo. I hope you like them, you guys must have’d seen some ot the pictures already on my Instagram here, feel free too take a look and hit that follow button.
History of the building where some these pictures where taken, unfortunately only in dutch.
Gebouw 1790, Fort Zeelandia [X 1990]
In 1790 werd dit bakstenen gebouw toegevoegd aan het fort als magazijn van vivres. De eerste magazijnen werden in het fort zelf ondergebracht. Het fort kende echter een geschiedenis van regelmatig verval. Zo werden de bastions uitgehold om als magazijn te dienen, maar liepen ze vol met regenwater.
De constructie kwam in een periode dat het fort van steeds minder militair nut was. Het magazijn werd zelfs boven op de gedempte fortgracht gebouwd. Toch werd in die periode veel opgeknapt aan het fort zelf en de gebouwen eromheen.
Net als het fort raakte het gebouw in de 19e eeuw in verval, totdat het in 1960 werd gerestaureerd en er 2 ministeries in werden ondergebracht. In 1990 (28 augustus) verwoestte een brand het gebouw.
Anno 2007 staan er alleen nog de dikke stenen muren.
Het gebouw was 13 traveeën lang, bestond uit 2 lagen en had bakstenen muren van 65-78 cm dikte. De langsgevels hadden een middenpartij met toegang die 70 cm naar buiten sprong. De korte gevels hadden drie ingangen. Boven de middelste aan de stadszijde was in smeedijzer het jaartal 1790 aangebracht. De dakconstructie bestond uit een steil schilddak met tegels bedekt. Aan elke zijde van de middenpartij op de langsgevel stonden drie dakhuizen, de korte gevels hadden elk één dakhuis.
History of the Place : Vailliantsplein where some these pictures where taken, unfortunately only in dutch.
Een trefpunt in Paramaribo is Spanhoek dat officieel Vailliantsplein heet. Enkele hoofdstraten komen uit op dit plein en het telefoonbedrijf Telesur is hier gevestigd. Het is altijd een drukte van belang rond rond het hoofdkantoor van de nationale telecomprovider.
Op het plein zijn het Statenmonument en het Carillon te zien. Het monument werd in 1966 onthuld ter gelegenheid van het honderdjarig bestaan van het Parlement en het symboliseert de rechten en vrijheden van het volk. Het klokkenspel, dat overigens al geruime tijd defect is, werd geschonken door de Nederlandse regering bij de onafhankelijkheid van Suriname in 1975. De fontein in het midden van het plein staat behalve in de regentijd regelmatig droog, maar toch is het lekker zitten op de rand van de vijver in het hartje van het centrum.
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