Roseoa
mean what you say; say what you mean
*not my pics unless stated *
Roseoa
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yagazieemezi:

Ah. The stresses of Nigeria are starting to show on my face lol. Soooo you know that job offer that I was raving about? I turned it down lol so it’s back to plotting on my life.
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tajajanel:

shalom
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tajajanel:

i feel empty today
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yagazieemezi:

Trying something different with my cartoons.
Daydream Series - by Yagazie Emezi
yagazieemezi:

Trying something different with my cartoons.
Daydream Series - by Yagazie Emezi
yagazieemezi:

Trying something different with my cartoons.
Daydream Series - by Yagazie Emezi
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yagazieemezi:

Gateman: “Why you no give washerman make he wash am for you?”
“But I fit do am myself.”
Living with my uncle has given me certain benefits that I couldn’t get at my father’s such as electricity, internet and apparently, someone to wash my clothes. But with a lot of things in life, I say, don’t let others do for you what you can do for yourself. Still my favorite chore lol. - Yagazie Emezi

Lagos, Nigeria. 2014
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aleven11:

✨🌟✨🌟✨🌟✨🌟✨
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vintageblackglamour:

Josephine Premice (1926-2001), the splendid Tony-nominated actress, singer and dancer was born 88 years ago today in Brooklyn, New York. Diahann Carroll, her best friend for more than four decades, called the Haitian-American aesthete “a naturally elegant woman who had exquisite taste in everything in life” and credited her with her fashion advice that she still uses. Ms. Premice was also the mother of novelist and television producer (“A Different World”) Susan Fales-Hill who wrote a fantastic memoir about her mother called “Always Wear Joy.” In this photo, Ms. Premice is seen tying the ribbon on her high-heeled shoes just before a performance in May 1951. Photo: Kurt Hutton/Stringer/Getty Images.
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