Tuesday, February 12, 2008

More on the foot....

I am taken aback that the anonymous commenter would call this ghetto fabulous and then go on to talk about stomach contents.....I dont understand

But anyway...I went to Kaduna for my dear dear friend's wedding. The festivities started on wednesday but i got in on saturday....

This is mehndi on my foot...you should see the bride's body. Amazing. Daddy's Girl and I had this done as well in India but the one done in the Northern part of the country is darker...

More on the wedding tomorrow....And a bit more blog rounds as well....

Also some information on why the once diligent blogger has been MIA....

9 comments:

Pink-satin said...

i am first!yipeeeeee!looking forward to more wedding gists!

Sara said...

Hey Uzo,
Long time since I;ve been here, and so I've just been reading through all your posts. The women with the piercings......oh my goodness? WEEEEEEEEERE. ARRRRRA, I don't know how to say crazy in any other languages.
Also, that song lonely, I had no idea who sang it first, the first time I heard it, way before Akon, was from Carlton on the fresh prince. I absolutely love Luther vandross as well, I think his voice is like butter.
Anyways, I'm going to go now, cos this is the longest comment, but I can't wait to hear your jist from the wedding, and thanks for visiting my blog

geisha said...

for some reason i feel like going round blogs saying happy vals day... but i dont want to get booted off blogger!
ok so whats the gist??

Pix Gremlin (akin) said...

Have fun at the wedding..you're an original jet setter you, ain't ya?

zaiprincesa said...

bring on the wedding gist. Happy valentines day mami!

Jaycee said...

Uzo...thanks for making us curious...lol

Mari said...

Lovely design. I always get it done whenever I go back home. Visited my home, hope you had fun out there in KD!

!*!*!*!*!Fresh and Fab!*!*!*!*! said...

hope u have fun at the wedding,hw u dey, its liek i havent been here u in years,hw was ure valentines?

My 2 cents said...

I miss home so much, mendhi reminds me of my high school classmates. The ones from the north did that for their weddings.