What Does the Mama Say

My five year old son enjoys being goofy, like all of the time. I always say he is my little comedian. It’s hard work to capture K-man’s comedian side with a sense of getting an education and actually staying focused. While K-man is doing well in school this year, his first year in school all day, he does tend to exhibit the side of a “class comedian”. Thankfully we all are working together to get his attention focused on school work and being silly at recess or at home instead. As of late, the What did the Fox Say song […]

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I Met My Love Online: The Kumba and Rickard Story

Here comes the story about Kumba from Gambia and Rickard from Sweden. Two singles that found each other through the Africabeauties.com web site. Today we are happily married and share an apartment in Gambia for transitory living until Kumba has gotten her residence permit for Sweden. About a year ago, that is late summer 2010, we two, Rickard and Kumba, signed up on the Africabeauties.com website. Kumba signed up as a response to a suggestion from the web site’s local representative in Gambia. She got some nice messages from men through the web site’s E-mail facility. This was a couple […]

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Amy Africa’s New QLOG

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Eight By Eight. All opinions are 100% mine. I was looking at Social Spark this morning to see what was new and I came across a sponsored post for amyafrica.com which I found intriguing. Never heard of a QLOG before so I had to check it out! According to Amy Africa’s site a QLOG is 99% Queries and Quintessentials, 1% Quibblings?! So I took some time over at Amy Africa’s QLOG to get to know the purpose behind the site. My first reaction was that the set up looked […]

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Basa Body – Fresh and Natural Skincare

Basa Body has 100% fresh and natural skincare products. Basa Body was started by the Pope Foundation and began with a trip to Kenya where they met many wonderful, intelligent women working hard to feed their families. They met with the women of Mombasa and visited the first small-scale coconut oil plant called Coast Coconut Farms where they produced pure organic coconut oil by hand.

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