Tucking into freshly squeezed Happiness

Happiness is rather relative, it really is a ‘one man’s meat is another man’s poison’ phenomenon.

I believe that the Serenity Prayer provides tips for true happiness- “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference“.

One who is unhappy about their “one-pack” could have the courage to change it into six-pack abs with a cleaner diet and exercise. One who is unhappy about their short stature could serenely accept that sometimes the best things do come in small packages.

Blue 1

About six years ago, I wasn’t too happy with my wonky smile, I knew that I could change it and decided to invest in dental braces.  Mind you, I wore braces as an adult, not as a giggly teenager reminiscent of the clichéd DNF (Designated Nerdy Friend) in American high school movies, and mine were the very evident metal type.

You see, I was determined to be the Chuck Norris in my life’s action movie, and purposely didn’t tell anyone that I planned to get braces. I didn’t want well-meaning advice clouding my decision, the likes of “Oh! you don’t need them, your teeth are fine”.  I simply left home without them and showed up with them, business as usual.

Upon sighting my newly acquired dental metal (aww, it rhymes), the comments were amusing:

Sweet Mother:  “Open your mouth, let me see. (long pause) But why?”

The Teasers:  “Iron teeth!”, “You’d better not go near magnets o”, “Does the metal detector beep when you walk into the banking hall?”, “You look like a rapper with grills, oya, rap for me!”

The Equally Amused:  “Reading glasses, and now braces?! You seem to be on a mission to nerdify yourself.”

The Seemingly Impressed:  “Nice! Braces give you a posh, aje-butter look.”, “Awww, you look like a cute teenager.”

The Comrade-in-arms:  “Oh! I wore those when I was much younger and I still chewed gum and ate popcorn as I liked, broken brackets be damned”

The Seriously Clueless:  But you are already slim, why did you “Tie/Lock” your teeth?”

The Outrightly Bewildered:  (with their eyes) “Hian! Confirmed suicide mission in this Lagos Singles’ Jungle of Fifty females to One eligible male.”


This used to be my blackberry display picture on my dental appointment days.  It was my non-verbal declaration that I was a persevering pilgrim on my journey towards a nice smile, and oh no! their yabs and jabs couldn’t make me lose focus of my dream of a Close Up toothpaste advert-worthy smile.

I was going to dazzle them with my tidy teeth, just wait and see! I was even prepared to lend them my molars to eat their own words. Oh yes!

…and 2.75 years later, my dentition was better-aligned. I still remember my orthodontists with lots of fondness, I had two over the course of my treatment. In my mind’s eye, I see them both doing a Mexican wave whenever I brighten the world one smile at a time.

Is it justifiable to invalidate another’s quest for happiness or the paths that they choose to tread on their pursuit for it, especially if they are not causing harm to others whilst on that journey?

Well, a deeper appreciation for the pursuit of happiness has made me less judgemental and more “live and let live” even when people choose to use typically criticized approaches in their quest for physical beauty.

I can only imagine the delight that an A-cup must feel at the sight of her newly purchased C-cup cleavage, that wonderfully naughty line between those two soft mounds of flesh. Is that sort of happiness not understandable?

Nonetheless, I’ve come to realise that sometimes the desire for perfect perfection can be endless, like an insatiable thirst.  I call it the “More!… More!!… More!!!” syndrome. Happiness would arrive upon recognising the point of Enough-ness, but then again, the finish line of contentment is tiresomely relative.

Tucks dress pattern

Pattern slash and spread

Anyway, I sewed a new dress. The pattern was drafted by making a few modifications to my joined basic bodice and skirt blocks. I transferred the bust dart from the shoulder to the waist and then used the slash and spread method to achieve fullness right down to the hemline.

Blue 3

The cinched waist was achieved by containing the excess fullness at the waist with eighteen tucks which were spaced out as evenly as possible. Two of the tucks are simply extensions of the bust and waist darts.

A simpler way of drafting this would be to modify the bodice pattern into an A-line shape, by extending the side seam hemline point by the desired inches and connecting the new hemline point to the underarm point, thus creating a new side seam from the bodice to the skirt.  Then sew tucks to cinch in the waist, but I’m certain that the flare won’t ripple as nicely as the slash and spread method.

blue silk

The fabric is synthetic silk in a glorious shade- Azure blue,  I’m quite partial to this fabric because it always comes in striking jewel tones.  The more dazzling the colour, the better!

Tucks in and out

Tucks- inner & outer view

I favour solid colours over prints when detailing is involved, the tucks on this dress would have been “lost in translation” so to speak, and less obvious if a visually-noisy print had been used.  The tucks are 6 inches long, 3 inches above the waist line and 3 inches below.


The lining bodice was cut using the unmodified basic bodice pattern and is thus much smaller than the pre-tucked shell bodice.

I was so glad to find grosgrain ribbon on Tom Jones Street in Idumota market and bought a yard in a sky blue shade. I hand sewed this with a discrete blind-stitch over the waist seam of the lining to conceal the seam and also add some prettiness.

blue zipper

The zip was attached at the side to prevent interference with the tuck placed in the Centre Back (CB) line. It was nice to find one in the exact colour of the fabric.

blue hem

Both lining and shell hems were finished with a narrow double-fold and machine sewn.  I edge-stitched the hem on the shell fabric.

inner violet

Inner view of lining

The dress was cut on the bias grain and it is fully lined. The shell has no waist line seam, but the lining does. The bodice portion of the lining was cut from the shell fabric and the skirt portion from a lightweight cotton. The fullness in the lining skirt was contained at the waist with six large knife pleats.

Blue 2

It will be so hard to feel blue when tucked into such a pretty dress, don’t you think? (I keep slaying at this intended pun hustle). 😀



    1. Thank you so much, your lovely compliment has put a big smile on my face.

      Ah, there will always be those who seem to never get it. There’s a bit of sweet innocence in their oblivion though. 😀


  1. I just got braces myself but I live in a different world were it is ok to be an adult and have braces. I love your blue dress. I just might pull out my sewing machine that is collecting dust. Maybe i’ll make something as beautiful as your dress

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    1. Lol @ “different world”. More adults have started wearing braces in Nigeria, so it’s no longer as uncommon as it was back when I had them on.

      I am always happy to meet a fellow sewing enthusiast. I do hope you’ll pull out your sewing machine, I look forward to reading about your sewing projects. 🙂

      Enjoy the rest of the week.


  2. What? That dress is gorgeous and I want it! I really want a dress like that, maybe in burgundy or floral…wow! You are really good and I mean it.
    As for the braces, yea, I think braces are cool and your mom’s reaction made me laugh! You write well and I enjoyed the read.

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    1. Hi Adaeze,

      I am glad the dress turned out nicely. You’ve given me a wonderful idea, a floral print would be great for this design.

      Ah! mothers’ and their funny reactions to some of our choices, I know they mean well. 😀

      I sincerely appreciate your kind words.

      Enjoy the rest of the week.


  3. …Aha! And there I was in my Young and utterly Confused 24 years 70 days old head… thinking i had met all the cool bloggers there are.. hehehehehehhe Lmao! eezz not a Joking things oh! sam sam Nedu! I mean Your style of writing is next to none.. **Throws both hands in the air outta respect. I mean you are frosh on a Top notch level aswear down. And that Gown is Hmmn… Hmmn…. Hmmnn.. Maybe you would get to sew my Future wife’s Wedding gown sef.. Cause your works dont Joke oh.. 🙂

    This post had me in different shades of Excitement.. @ “You are already slim.. Why did you Tie/Lock your Teeth?!” heheheheh lmao! that is the craziest thing aYaf heard all Week! hhahaahaha.. and then this line had me thinking bad bad things.. I mean i literally had to slap myself back to reality from imagining **covers face.. The line where you said:

    “that wonderfully naughty line between those two SOFT MOUNDS of flesh” **Clears Throat

    Choi! this child can write for Africa Shhaaa.. You go gurll…

    You know yeah Nedoux of life.. to me ba.. the most amazing things about life are the things that we cannot change.. as when we finally accept those “shortcomings” we so angrily condemn.. We become glorified “gods”.. Thinking about the comedians and athletes.. it all sinks in a tad more.

    This was an uber exciting read.. heheheheheh @”Come lemme see..” Oh! one cannot categorically explain the amazingness of Parents.. How cute!

    You go Gurrlll.. You definitely Rock.. Choi! Writer toh Sure… Tailor toh Sharp.. Fine Geh to BeauRRiful .. Inshort your beauty ehhn! Chooi! You be slaying for dayss!! ** Claps hands in awe (and Yep! i hacSHually Clapped :)) Blessings!

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    1. Hi Duru,

      How is that you manage to keep up with the exact number of days when counting your age. XD

      Lol @ Sewing your future wife’s dress.

      “Why did you Tie/Lock your Teeth?!” was the winning comment as far as hilarity is concerned.

      I agree with you, we embrace our inner amazingness when we finally accept those “shortcomings” we so angrily condemn.

      Ah! Parents say the funniest things. Gotta love ’em.

      Thank you so much for reading.


  4. Beautiful smile and beautiful dress. I love the details and work you put into your gaments. You really inspire me! I have to ask……being an impatient sewer and all…..how many hours to complete this from start to finish?

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    1. Hi Timeka,

      Thank you soooo much. 🙂

      I am a very slow sewer plus I have this finicky habit of hand basting the seams together before finally sewing with the machine.

      Also, because I work full time from Monday to Friday, I only get to sew for a short while on weekends in between running errands and going out. I sewed this dress lazily over 4 weeks.

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      1. Did you say hand basting….WoW. I must say I do appreciate the time and attention you put into your garments.

        For me I am always pressed for time so I try to find project’s that are relatively quick to complete especially if they are for my daughters…..lol.

        You inspire me, Nedo!

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    1. Hi Onyxta,

      Thank you so much.

      To be honest, I too am always surprised whenever I complete a sewing project, I’ve gotten much better with practise. 🙂


  5. You make me laugh and laugh, and then boom! go on a guilt-trip about my sewing skills (or lack thereof, better said!)

    People will always be people hahaha, but hey, they do help to add variety, spice and laughter to life!

    One of the things that I’ve long given up indeed is judging people’s choices. The fact of the matter is that beyond the choice, things are always a LOT more complex than we think, and hey, like you said, who are we to question other’s choices on their path to happiness?

    (On a side note, talking about choices… I think my country would be so much better if parents would quit dictating their wards’ career choices for them and let them go where their passions and talents lay…I see the negative effects all the time all around me and it’s so disheartening…We should all be free to follow our truth.)

    Anyway, lovely smile (and makeup). You look dainty and beautiful in your blue number! You should do some more OOTDs!! 😀

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    1. Hello Cara,

      Your comment is packed full of sense. Thank you so much dear for your support and kind words, it really means a lot to me.

      You are so right, people’s comments, both solicited and unsolicited, are like pepper and salt in this delicious soup called Life. Indeed, sometimes, things are lot more complex than we think, it’s unfair to judge without knowing the person’s backstory.

      Lol… The dilemma of what the parents want vs. what one really wants to do, career-wise. I once heard of someone who spent 6 years studying Medicine to fulfil their parents’ wishes, and after getting the certificate, literally handed it to the parents and went off to do what they really wanted to do with their life.

      Free to follow our truths I love the sound of that, so wise.

      Hehehe! OOTDs seem more suited to the stylish Fashion bloggers like yourself. I, on the other hand, am simply a smiley clothes hanger showcasing my sewing projects. 😀

      I wish you loads of happiness now and always.


  6. Nedoux baybay! I had to keep going back to “is that sort of happiness not understandable?”. Wonderful piece dear. I am still awaiting that call oo, the one that has something to do with you taking my measurement and making me a dress…

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    1. My one and only Madame,

      Thank you so much for reading.

      Ah! That phone call will happen soon, and you shall await it no more. 😀

      Enjoy the rest of the week dear.


  7. Nedu, I get you mehn! I totally get you. My journey in pursuit of happiness has really taught me to be less judgmental and more open to the things people do to attain happiness too. Deep down, everyone wants to be happy in one way or another. But there are those who look down on people who don’t pursue happiness in ways they probably don’t understand.
    This is a lovely lovely post, I must say. And you just brightened up my day.
    PS: It was lovely meeting you on Saturday. All the best 🙂

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    1. Hello David,

      It was such a pleasure meeting you too, I really enjoyed speaking with you. 🙂

      Your comment put a BIG smile on my face, you captured the essence of this post so perfectly. Indeed, “Deep down, everyone wants to be happy in one way or another”.

      Thank you so much for visiting. enjoy the rest of the week.

      Warm regards.


  8. Hello Nedu, ur blog is like a breath of fresh air. I love your style of writing. The dress is really pretty. I can’t even thread a needle, let alone mend a button.

    I have been on natural hair for over a period of time but I always had weaves on. Well, due to lack of moisture, and poor maintenance, my hair started to break.

    So, last 2 weeks I decided to dump the weaves and wear my natural hair in single twists.

    Some remarks I got

    – Did someone die?
    – Is BVN the cause of you not making your hair?
    – Have you changed churches to deeper life?
    – Is your husband in support of this new look?

    Phew. I have ignored all them remarks and in my quest for a healthier hair, I will hold on the set glory ahead of me and damn all the remarks.

    Have a great week dear.

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    1. Hello Amaka,

      Thank you so much for your kind words dear.

      “Have you changed churches to deeper life?” really cracked me up and I nearly choked from laughing so hard at “Is BVN the cause of you not making your hair?” XD

      People like to question other people’s choices, especially if it doesn’t conform with their own expectations.

      I love your determination to define your own standards regardless of what anyone else thinks.

      Have a lovely week.

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  9. “The Outrightly Bewildered” responses sounds more like me. Lol

    I love the neon blue feel on your subtle skin

    I still wish i could sew, maybe i will settle with designing/creating styles

    How have you been dear?

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    1. Hello Nkem,

      Lol. Thank you so much, the bright blue is such a happy colour.

      Come to think of it, designing is the creative and more interesting side of things, it requires brain work. Sewing on the other hand, is simply manual labour.

      I am fine, thanks for asking. 🙂

      Enjoy the rest of the week.


  10. The beauty and simplicity of the dress blows me away. You’re a fabulous model for your clothes, I really hope you’re paying yourself a hefty salary 😉
    I’ve been thinking about body enhancement especially with regards to skin lightening, I guess that this a sign for me to write about it, right?

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    1. Thank you so much my dear. If numb fingers and a sore back are worth anything, then yes, I am paying myself a rather hefty salary. XD

      Ah! skin lightening will always be a very interesting topic for discussion, it is easily the most criticized of all the body enhancement decisions. Yes, this is a flashing neon sign for you to write about it. Please do, I am keen to see the diverse views in the comment section. Lol

      I wish you blessings this week.


  11. Hey lady.

    1. That dress is so pretty. Combined with the hair, I think you look very ’50s – love that era’s fashion.

    2. You had braces? I did as a teenager but they hurt too much, so I quit. Now I wonder what my smile would have been like. I might still get them eventually but it’s such a long process – I dunno that I’m interested (which makes me look very much like a WANT-IT-NOW millennial doesn’t it?) Oh well.

    3. The quest for [perceived] perfection NEVER ends. EVER.

    Berry Dakara Blog

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    1. Hi babe,

      1. Thank you so much. Hahaha! I know what you mean, I guess it’s the waves in the hair, the red lippie and the tea party dress silhouette. I love 50’s fashion too, very demure yet stylish.

      2. Braces taught me patience, the first few months are the hardest. Ah! the much stereotyped millennials. Lol

      3. Indeed, it doesn’t. Contentment is sometimes elusive.

      Enjoy the rest of the week dear. 🙂


  12. i’m going to appreciate your smile a whole lot more now i know what you went through to get them..I looove the comment by the Seriously Clueless peeps- I mean Warrahell?! Haha! I’m all about a cinched waist and a dress colour that walks into the room before you do, so this dress is a winner for me- Brava! x

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    1. Hello Biki,

      Thank you so much.

      Ah! There is actually a starvation method used for weight loss purposes, the dentist locks the teeth by wiring the jaws shut with metal wires, this prevents the consumption of solid food as chewing is impossible. Lol

      @ “a dress colour that walks into the room before you do”. XD I know right?! The blue is so brilliant.

      Enjoy the rest of the week!


  13. Your posts make me happy.. Except your dentition was really truly bad pre braces, I’m sure I might have been one of those people to ask why?? I tend to like a little imperfection here and there cos I think it makes us ordinary..lol
    But I love love your smile now and the fact that you did what you needed regardless. Lovely dress too!

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    1. Hello Ella,

      Comments like yours make me very happy and make writing so worthwhile. 🙂

      I am still smiling at the wisdom in your words, yes, a little imperfection here and there makes one relatable and more human. Lol

      The irony is that perfection doesn’t always equate to happiness. Switzerland is considered to be a perfect country, the average Swiss is expected to be a deliriously happy person because their system works for the good of all. In spite of this, they have one of the highest suicides rate in Europe.

      Ah! Yes, my pre braced-up dentition was quite unsightly.

      Thank you so much. Have a peaceful week!

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  14. “You look like a rapper with grills oya rap for me”, haha too funny.
    This dress is so pretty!
    I love the cinched waist, plus your sewing is uber neat.
    I’m back in tailoring school (yay me) but I’m learning the free hand method for now, sucks that my machine is still in Abuja but still I’d make it work.

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    1. Hey Bookie,

      That particular comment came from my dear friend. 😀

      Thank you so much!

      Yay! I am so glad to hear that, sewing is a useful skill. I’ll love to learn the free hand method too, it comes in handy when shortcuts are required and it is faster.

      Have a lovely rest-of-the-week.

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    1. Hi Jacqueline,

      @ “toothy investment” XD

      The braced-up experience taught me patience.

      Thank you so much, I really love the bright blue. I honestly appreciate your kind words. 🙂

      Have a fantastic rest-of-the-week.

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  15. Your hustle was working dear. I caught the intended pun.
    The fabric was beautiful,really beautiful and the dress came out great too.
    Did you rock it to work today? Or to church?
    And you wore braces too! Amazing. I’ve found that some guys think it’s beautiful. But I’ve had to correct so many okada riders that I did not lock my teeth. Anyhoo, your smile is worth it. And it is so beautiful to see a woman who identifies things she wants and goes out and gets them for herself.
    General thumbs up.

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    1. Hi dear,

      Hahaha! I knew you would, the pun hustle is real.

      Thank you so much, I wore it to work last week and will rock it to church the next time I wear it.

      That mix-up is so funny, some people actually lock their teeth with metal wires so that they can eat next to nothing and lose weight.

      Yes, so worth it in the end. Grown-up and wiser, I’ve learned to be more assertive about choosing my own paths, whose life is it anyway? 🙂

      I wish you happiness this week!

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    1. Hi dear,

      Thank you so much, I really love the colour.

      I’ve learned that Happiness is a decision, one might as well press on regardless of what others might say (or not say).

      Epic indeed! 😀

      I wish you blessings this week!


  16. *in a deep Southern accent* My, my, my! You iz wearing that dress!

    Lol! I love that blue on you and yes, that synthetic silk is gorgeous. I’ve imagined this in fuschia, same style, same material. Still gorgeous. That slight sheen makes all the difference. 😌

    To answer your question, a person can justify anything including raining on someone’s parade. Plus no one is judgment-proof. Such is life.

    Looks like the braces worked. Lol @ using it to tie or lock your teeth. E resemble padlock? 😜

    You’re one brave woman sha. I salute you.

    Have an awesome week ahead!

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    1. Hello dearie,

      I heard that Southern drawl, loud and clear, like you were standing right next to me. XD

      Oh! You are always giving me nice style tips, Fuchsia will be such a delicious colour for this same style, the fabric is lovely. This dress is going to get a twin-sister soon!

      I agree with you “No one is judgment-proof.” Life is like a stage, there will always be spectators and commentators. 🙂

      Yes, the braces corrected the issues that my teeth had. I am still chuckling at “Padlock”, I was asked that question a number of times, I don’t know how I managed to keep a straight face while answering. Lol

      Hahaha! Thank you so much.

      Have a beautiful week!


    1. Hi dear,

      Lol, My work colleagues were the worst offenders as far as the good-natured teasing went. They really showed me pepper. 😀

      Thank you so much.

      I wish you lots of happiness this week!


    1. Hello ChiChi,

      Lol, I was actually asked that question and it was hard not to laugh while answering. 😀

      Thank you so much, I truly appreciate your kind words.

      Have a great week!


  17. Lovely write up. LOL @ the braces. A bold decision you made to get braces. I remember when I found out about your braces. Bold step and beautiful dress…

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  18. It seems to be that happiness is a moving target… indeed the serenity prayer is a wise one.
    Kudos for getting braces and improving your smile. This comment has me in stitches: “But you are already slim, why did you “Tie/Lock” your teeth?” XD

    Blue looks good on you!

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    1. Dear Timi,

      Breathtakingly profound! It took me over 500 words to deliver a message that you captured so succinctly with only 10 words- “It seems to be that happiness is a moving target“. 😀

      I thought deeply about those 10 words and I agree wholeheartedly. I wonder, does one ever find the finish line that signals contentment?

      Oh! I promise you, I was asked that question more than once, each time I kept a straight face and explained that my set of wires were not the sort that prohibited eating. Lol

      I love the shade of blue, Thank you so much for reading.

      Have a fabulous week!

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  19. Hmmm, makes sense
    I also need to get braces, my teeth are all over the place and whenever I go to the dentist, they keep marveling at my dentition. Apparently, its a special situation.

    I guess when you look at it that way, its the same thing. Someone wearing braces to feel better and look better and someone getting a boob job to feel and look better.


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    1. Hello Cassie,

      “Special situation” XD Ah! You should have seen mine pre-braces. It is changeable, thank goodness.

      I love your point of view and I agree with you. Yes, it is the same thing, both are simply based on a need to look better and feel better about one’s self. I’ve learned that there is a happiness that comes from a boost in one’s self-esteem. 🙂

      Thank you so much for reading, have a lovely week!


  20. What a lovely dress!! 😍😍 Being that the memories of driving home from my sewing class in tears over my inability to make these fingers crafty are still quite vivid and the fact that my sister sews quite well (so my mother received her crafty child), I will admire talent like yours on the sidelines and never yearn for it. 😂 Very beautiful. And kudos to your braces journey in spite of the peanut gallery. 😊

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    1. Hello Miss MM,

      Thank you so much, I laughed so hard after reading your comment. For some reason, I imagined the teary drive home. XD

      I admire your mastery of words, the way that you weave them to make sense, that is the most yearn-worthy talent as far as I am concerned. 🙂

      Ah! To survive the peanut gallery in the theatre known as Life, one must master the art of selective deafness. Lol

      Have a delightful week!

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    1. Hello Flo,

      “Straight out of the sun” made me imagine that I was lounging by the beach on a wonderful island sipping cool pineapple juice, alas it was only a dream. XD

      I am always grateful for my sewing skills, thank you so much.

      Have a fabulous week!

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  21. Ah Nedu! we need to be friends!! First commenter by the way. I love this post! Reminds me absolutely of when I decided to cut my hair and go natural 3years ago. People would poke fun and laugh at me but today everyone compliments and asks me for advice. Talk about doing what makes you happy even when others don’t agree.

    Beautiful dress I must say! Copying your style till you decide to go professional 🙊. Lol you’re such a skilful writer. More grace to you. Read your post on national cake earlier today lol Hilarious.
    Lots of love

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    1. I want to cut my hair & go natural too but I’m pretty scared of what people would say & how I would look but I think I’ll give it a shot after this post & comment.
      PS: did you have to cut it really low ?

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    2. Hello Tosin,

      I hope your weekend went well.

      Whoop whoop! you are the first, thank you so much for reading. I truly appreciate your kind words. 😀

      Oh! Your natural hair is gorgeous, you take really good care of your hair.

      You’ve said it so beautifully, “Do what makes you happy even when others don’t agree”. I believe that when one is happy, they can spread happiness to others.

      Lol, please feel free to copy, it’s a very simple style to replicate, and judging by your lovely ankara dresses, I know that your tailor sews really well.

      Have a blessed week!

      Warmest regards.

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