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Wedding Vows
Wedding vows Some people believe in love at first sight but for me its love at first thought
Your name has been lying in the bed of my thoughts for so long I’m starting to forget mine
Every time you do so much as hold my hand it’s like you’re etching your
name deep into my heart
I’ve noticed since we’ve been together I’ve gotten more laugh lines
not because you’re funny but because you fill me with so much joy that
I can’t help but smile for every waking moment that I think of you

When I say I do it’s an abbreviation of I do love you more than life itself
I do want to hold you in my arms forever
I do want to be one with you
Your words are the fuel that keep me going. Some call you my partner
I call you my musician.
Your heart is the bass that keeps time for my melody of love and
together and together we harmonise to the best ballad.

Love is like a bed of roses, it looks so beautiful but the real pain
of emotion comes when you lay on it daily
So I promise that I will hold onto the rose you give me tightly just
so I have the real proof that our love is real and it hurts
With love comes pain and with pain comes something to overcome
And with that gives me a reason to call to your name again

Your name is like the last sweet in the packet, I keep it on the tip
of my tongue hoping every taste bud will get a chance to experience
something so beautiful and eventually give into the temptation of
swallowing, praying you stay within me forever.

I give you this ring as a symbol of my marriage
Endless. Priceless. From me to you.
I am the ring and you are the finger that fills me up.
You are my other half.
You are my all.

I swear to lay my life down at your feet daily, hourly and every
waking second of my life.
I swear to love you as I love myself.
I swear to love you and even when death us do part I swear I will talk
to you daily and lay the rose at your grave
I swear to still love you, when the thorns are still pricking
I am an incomplete puzzle and you complete the perfect picture
Sure we have our chipped corners and scratched surfaces but you know
what I swear ill always consider you as perfect
I swear to love you and I swear our love will endure forever. Kemi Adeeko
THE BALLS MUSIC: UDDY - Kembo (Produced by Blaq Jerzey)

THE BALLS MUSIC: UDDY – Kembo (Produced by Blaq Jerzey)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Uddy is back, with the first of its kind Afro-Makossa praise
jam rendered in Congolese and Calabar (Efik) languages.
On this brand new one, which is produced by the supremely talented Blaq
Jerzey – the Esama of beats, General Uddy features Congolese born and UK
based gospel singer, Papy Messages.
Laced with beautiful vocal delivery and catchy hooks, Kembo is a…

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Okay, so this past week has been THE BEST WEEK EVER! I don’t want to face the music of going home, but alas it will be necessary. Tuesday I went out and bought myself a yukata. It’s blue and pretty and I’ve got the Obi too…which I have no idea how to tie, but that’s what youtube is for. Unfortunately I don’t have any pictures of me wearing it yet…so you’ll have to wait until after next weekend when I go to the yukata festival!

Then it was mostly studying, but Friday after class I went for lunch with a Japanese friend, Yuki, and then I went to Kenbo, which was our cultural experience for the week. Kenbo is a samurai sword dance…and it is AMAZINGLY fun. I want to buy all the things and practice this at home, so hopefully that will be possible because it’s real exercise and it’s immeasurably fun. So clearly I’d do it every day.

Anyways, the weekend hasn’t even started yet, tomorrow morning I’m headed off to Tokyo! 

Tip: Vintage Kembo Stoel

Superblij ben ik met mijn nieuwste aanschaf via Marktplaats: een vintage Kembo stoeltje. In de jaren 50 / 60 werkte Kembo samen met Gispen en dat is goed te zien aan het ontwerp. Deze variant heeft een prachtige abrikooskleur en is een warme toevoeging aan mijn interieur. Er zijn verschillende modellen op de markt voor redelijke prijzen (50-250 euro afhankelijk van de staat). Ik vind zelf dit type met de houten leuningen het mooist.

One Zimbabwean has been killed and about 800 others displaced, foreign affairs minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi has said as deadly attacks on immigrants continue in South Africa.

Aid groups said foreigners were now arming themselves with machetes to protect themselves from the attackers.

In Johannesburg, where looters ransacked foreign-owned shops earlier this year, immigrants shut their shops to avoid possible violence.

2,000 foreigners have since sought shelter in refugee camps in the coastal city of Durban, South African aid group Gift of the Givers organization reported Wednesday.

“They’ve lost their houses, they’ve lost their businesses, they’ve lost everything,” said Imtiaz Sooliman, spokesperson for the aid group.

According to Mumbengegwi, some 800 of the displaced were Zimbabweans.

So far, it has been established that one Zimbabwean has died,” he said.

“As a result of these reports, Government decided that those Zimbabweans wishing to return home be facilitated to do so immediately.”

Home affairs minister Kembo Mohadi said the government was concerned about the welfare of Zimbabweans in areas affected by the violence.

“We are worried about the welfare of our citizens and we will not watch helplessly our nationals being subjected to such treatment,” he told NewZimbabwe.com.

“We have engaged our counterparts and also trying all means possible to help them.”

Mumbengegwi said the government was putting in place logistical arrangements to enable Zimbabweans to return home.

“An inter-ministerial team has been put together at both ministerial and senior official level,” he said.

“The team is expeditiously putting in place the logistics as well as the resources necessary for this exercise in close liaison with the Zimbabwean Ambassador in South Africa and his staff.”

Aid groups warned refugee camps established in Durban would not be able to cope with the numbers if the violence continues.

Five people have been killed and 74 people arrested since attacks against immigrants began at the end of March, said SA police spokesman Jay Naicker in a statement.

In Malawi, officials have set up transit camps expected to house Malawians returning to the country, said Information Minister Kondwani Nankhumwa.

South Africa, with a population of about 50 million, is home to an estimated five million immigrants.

Unemployment is officially around 25% but is widely believed to be much higher, and youth joblessness is nearer 40%.

Some politicians and residents say immigrants are in the country illegally and accuse them of committing crimes and taking over local shops and jobs.

In 2008, more than 60 foreigners were killed in similar unrest as locals vented frustrations over various issues, particularly a lack of jobs in the continent’s second most advanced economy.

The refugee camps, set up on sports fields around Durban, will not be large enough if attacks on immigrants continue, said Imtiaz Sooliman, of the Gift of the Givers organization. Those who can afford it are planning to leave the country, he said.

A super typhoon struck the remote state of Chuuk on Sunday, killing five and destroying an estimated 95 per cent of the buildings – which are primarily constructed of tin sheeting – on the islands.

“Yap must prepare; Chuuk was devastated”, Kembo Mida, a resident of Chuuk told the Marianas Variety newspaper.

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