there always come a time in life where you just have to step back and give thanks for all the little things you have that you may take for granted. well, for me today i am thanking god, fate or whatever you believe in for my awesome boyfriend!!! we have been through a lot together in the past year but somehow we are more determined than ever to make this relationship work. the LOVE and friendship we have is the easy part but surviving the everyday circumstances and obstacles is the “work” and then of course, there is always the test of time. yet despite all these challenges, i am so grateful that i have found my best friend and someone that i love very much. he “completes me” ( so cheesy i know but true) in every way and has made me a stronger, better, and more caring individual. thanks Brian for all that you have shown me and given me but most importantly for loving me.
as most of you know this is not something i am familiar with….
after 35 years, i have decided to give these a try. unbelievably, i have almost completely cut out sweets! i let myself have some kind of treat once a week and exercise has become a part of my daily routine. this might come to a shock to many but it works!! lol
inches are starting to come off and i feel better and have more energy…so goodbye 35 and hello 25!
no more “sugar sweet sunshine in my life” 😦
she is just the sweetest and i had to share!!
she is a pro!
I can’t get over how cute she is!
ok maybe not but how about the fact that when i’m in africa i don’t shop?? or that i have been really good in general about shopping?
is it that bad?
i mean i have friends that have 100s of pairs of shoes. i can certainly say i’m not even close to 50 🙂
these two little ones are the reason why i miss home when i’m away!!!
sorry i don’t know how to rotate the video…
As mentioned previously, we just went live on July 23rd and certainly it was no small feat. We are connecting Africa to the world and it’s already being felt in the different countries (South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and soon Rwanda and Uganda).
I can’t wait to see how things progress in the next couple months as carriers start rolling out the product and upgrading their systems to accommodate the increased capacity!