I wouldn’t call myself an expert. I wouldn’t call myself a pro either. I still have plenty to learn. I can’t say I have many years of experience as I stared with nails barely two years ago. In fact @ohhmynails.mu operates only since November 2019!! (Know well enough to make your nails last over a month though 🙌🏻😎)
Originally I was “born” a dancer. At some point bought a camera thinking I would be a Top photographer 🤦🏻♀️ ...where is that camera btw??Then moved my life to Mauritius. I even went through baking stage where I thought I would be a great “baker” 😩🤣but I left that to @kittyphillips12 , can’t compete🤩
However, beauty stuff was alway in me somehow. I would always get my nails done, and watched carefully the whole making off. But they would never be the way I wanted. Especially here. There was always something that I wasn’t happy about. Gel was chipping, shape was not right , no apex(will explain that in next post) too flat, didn’t last long enough. That’s when I got my first very basics nail tools. And that’s how it kicked off. With support of those around me, I did nails of friends then of their friends and cousins and aunts with that little bit that I had. Six colours and a lamp to be precise🤭I read all possible nail related stuff. From nail diseases to nail structure and building and I loved it. Like every nail tech (I actually dislike saying “nail tech”) we learn new trends. New designs....I mean , do you know how long it takes to master a baby-boomer? Still can’t get that one perfectly right🤦🏻♀️ but i will master all, and one day I will call myself a PRO, with pride😎
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My fiancé and I went camping this weekend and made a lot of chicken
Buffalo chicken and lime chicken and it was both very yummy
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2 Chicken breast
2 cups Buffalo sauce
Season to taste with salt
On the grill (or camp fire) cook the chicken on each side for about 10 min
Take the chicken off and shred the chicken
Add 2 cups of buffalo sauce and mix it together
Put back on grill for another 10 min
Then enjoy 😊
That was my favorite it had a nice smoky taste to it
The lime chicken
2 chicken breast
Salt and pepper
2 1/2 limes
1 tablespoon Pepper flakes
1 tablespoon Paprika
Season breasts with all the seasoning (salt and pepper to taste)
Squeeze lime on the breasts and put the limes on the pan around chicken
On the flame cook chicken each side 10-15 min
Has a nice smoky Lime taste
@blacklovepage@mehcadbrooks :The debt of Haiti is the main factor that’s caused its severe poverty. #Haitian#slaves declared themselves emancipated and an independent country in 1804, #France demanded that they pay the French government and French slaveholders the modern equivalent of $21 billion USD for the "theft" of the slaves' own lives and the land that they had turned into sugar and coffee plantations. This independence debt was financed by French banks and the American Citibank, and finally paid off in 1947.
In the early 21st century, and especially after the devastating earthquake in 2010, the World Bank and some other governments forgave the remaining parts of Haiti's debts. France forgave a more recent loan with a balance of US$77 million, but has refused to consider repaying the #independencedebt
Haiti was formerly one of the richest New World #colonies . Under #French rule, 800,000 Slaves were brought to what was then known as #SaintDomingue to work on the plantations that produced sixty percent of the coffee consumed by France and #Britain and 3/4 of the world's sugar. Not only did Saint-Domingue account for one third of the entire #africanslavetrade trade, but the conditions under which they lived and were treated were known to be some of the most cruel. The Saint-Domingue population reached 520,000 in 1790, 425,000 were slaves.
Haiti’s debt began shortly after gaining independence from France in 1804. In 1825, France, with warships at the ready, demanded Haiti compensate France for its loss of slaves and its colony. In exchange for French recognition of Haiti, France demanded the modern equivalent of $21 billion and required Haiti to discount its exported goods to them by 50%.
Taking a bit of time this morning to enjoy a cup of tea and some traditional lemon #madeleines in the winter sun before the rain sets in this week...
On s’accorde une dernier moment de répis avant une semaine de pluie avec une tasse de thé et quelques madeleines de Commercy classiques au citron.