“In general people are not drawn to perfection in others. People are drawn to shared interests, shared problems and an individual’s life energy. Humans connect with humans. Hiding one’s humanity and trying to project an image of perfection makes a person vague, slippery, lifeless and uninteresting.” Dr. Robert Glover
A friend recently posted this quote on Instagram. It embodies all that I stand for, and I really wanted to share it with you.
Life is like a flowing river, and as you stream towards new challenges, there are highlights of days gone by – good as well as bad ones – there is also an increase in oblivion, which is the way it should be, especially for the memories of your mistakes. In my world of fashion, I have obviously made mistakes in the past – But then again, I probably still do, but this will be revisited in the future.
Have any of you guys watched Desperate Housewives Africa on Ebony Life TV? I just started watching the re-runs and I am sucked in. Which surprises most of my friends, since I don’t watch TV series. I am very impatient in this context and I am driven to simply look up the endings of the shows online rather than spend my time binge watching a bunch of shows.
Yesterday , I took my Tecno Camon C5 for a test drive. All the images shared on today’s post were shot and edited on my my new phone. Enjoy these images that I captured at the break of dawn showing a beautiful sunrise on a fresh dewy Sunday morning. Then taking my dog out for a walk under a crystal blue sky, and finally stepping out with my daughter for lunch and a quick evening playdate before dusk.