bio: I'M ON INSTAGRAM HIATUS...indefinitely!
I'LL BE BACK eventually.
I can be reached via email and Facebook.
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I'll be taking an indefinite hiatus from Instagram as soon as I post this.
I would like to thank everyone who has shown support over the past few months, of my photography. I'll still be posting my work on my Facebook page which is in my bio.
If anyone needs to get in contact with me, you can reach me at my email address [email protected] or through my Facebook page.
Thanks again for everything y'all :*
Been a minute since I posted a #FMF picture. Haven't been feeling myself lately but I've been on a detox for the past 5 days and I'm feeling kinda good right now. :) #NoMeat #justVeggies and #IFeelGood
"THE ART OF HOLLERING AT A FEMALE"
thanks to my homie @finsta74 for recording this. He's like an "idiot savant" (minus the idiot) of music. #ItAintThatHardToRap #JustMightDoItAgain #NickiMinajRemix #dropsMic #rap #hiphop #LookinAssNiggasResponse #nickiMinaj #music
I found the coolest camera/editing app called cymera. You can edit a picture and add a smile to where you was frowning. Anyone suffering from a bighead (me on FMF) can shrink it to a more manageable size. If your eyes are squinting, you can open them up and make then bigger . plus you can make collages. Plus much more.
My skit might be funny but #CANDIDA overgrowth isn't.
About 70% of the population is infected and it's detrimental to your health. If you're suffering from these symptoms, you might be infected: NO JOKE.
inability to concentrate, bloated stomach, brain fog, fatigue, gas, sensitivity to odors, headaches, tiredness, depression, anxiety, headaches, yeast infections, rectal itching, allergies, digestive problems, skin rashes, kidney/bladder infections, yeast infections, vaginitis, infected nails, thrush, low sex drive, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis.
I put a link on my Facebook page and it's a must watch. Link in my bio. Past the information on.
Happy birthday Mr Marley. Little unknown fact for ya...From the age of four it was discovered Bob Marley could read palms. When Cedella (Bob’s mother) first heard of this from relatives and neighbours she took it as a joke. These palm readings invariably came true, which left his mother quite shaken. When Bob was a lot older and returned to Kingston, a woman asked him to read her palm - he replied: “I’m not reading no more hand: I’m singing now.”
My first #WCW is Nanny of the Maroons. I'm crushing on her because one of the attributes I love in a woman is strength. Nanny was the epitome of this. She was responsible for leading the Maroon people out of the clutches of slavery on the island of Jamaica, and taking refuge in the hillside. There she quarterbacked and orchestrated military style tactics against the British oppressors. Nanny and the maroons was a force to be reckoned with. The British military was out smarted and out matched and ended up having to negotiate with Nanny. Today, Nanny is on of Jamaica's national hero's. There is also a town that bares her name where you can still see descendants of the Maroon people. #blackHistory
Lady from the HIMBA tribe of Namibia. 80% of the Namibia population was murdered by the hands of the German. Their water supply was poisoned and anyone who crawled out the dessert alive was bayonetted. The Germans perfected concentration camps and death factories on the Namibian people before they exercised it on the Jews. #facts #blackHistory. For those interested in learning more about this, look up "the first Holocaust" on YouTube.
This is a Namibian woman from the Herero tribe in Africa. This is their traditional dress that is influenced by the Germans who occupied their country in the 19 century. The Namibian people suffered the FIRST Holocaust of the 20th century by the hands of the Germans. There's another set of people called the HIMBA who refuses to dress like this but continue to dress like there forefathers. I'll post that picture next. #BlackHistory
Today is the the first day of "Black fragmented history month" although the civil rights era was highly documented, there is so much more about black history that wasn't. Most of that history was verbally passed down from generation to generation back in Africa and seldom documented, which in turn has left a deep void in the knowledge of ourselves. I call it fragmented because black people and their history were scattered across the globe due to slave trade. Blacks were forced to speak new languages, forced into adapting a new religion, forced to answer to a new name and because of it...forced to forget their history. It is up to each of us to pick up these fragmented pieces and learn something about OUR history. And when I say Our, I am including whites, Arabs, Hispanics etc. BLACK HISTORY is your history as well, for the toil and blood of Black people have added wealth and prosperity, directly and indirectly, to your generations and generations to come. #fact