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The Weekly Lifestyle Blog by Lydia, every Friday 1700 hrs. Nr 75 24th November 2023

Lydia's Weekly Lifestyle blog is for today's African girl, so no subject is taboo. My purpose is to share things which may interest today's African girl.

This week's contributors: Lydia, Pépé Pepinière, this week's subjects: Exploring the Beauty of Ghana’s Tie and Dye fashion 2, Happy Hubby Part 2, Smoke 'n Barrel again.

Exploring the Beauty of Ghana’s Tie and Dye fashion 2.

Ghana’s tie and dye fashion is a true testament to the country’s rich cultural heritage and artistic expression. The vibrant colors, unique patterns, and cultural symbolism make tie and dye fabrics a beloved choice in the fashion world.

By embracing Ghana’s tie and dye fashion, we celebrate the craftsmanship of local artisans and contribute to the preservation of this beautiful tradition. Let us appreciate the beauty and cultural significance of Ghana’s tie and dye fashion and incorporate it into our own fashion choices.

Unique Patterns and Designs: Ghana’s tie and dye fashion is known for its intricate and captivating patterns. The resist-dyeing technique allows for endless possibilities in creating unique and one-of-a-kind designs. From geometric patterns to swirls, stripes, and even figurative motifs, each tie and dye fabric tells a story through its intricate design. The patterns are created by tightly binding sections of the fabric before dyeing, resulting in a beautiful contrast between the dyed and undyed areas.

Versatility in Fashion: Ghana’s tie and dye fabrics are incredibly versatile and can be used in various fashion applications.

From flowing dresses and skirts to tailored shirts, blouses, and even accessories like scarves and bags, tie and dye fabrics can elevate any outfit. The vibrant colors and bold patterns add a touch of uniqueness and cultural authenticity to any ensemble, making it a favorite choice among fashion enthusiasts.

Supporting Local Artisans: Ghana’s tie and dye fashion industry plays a significant role in supporting local artisans and preserving traditional craftsmanship. Many tie and dye fabrics are still produced using traditional methods, with artisans meticulously handcrafting each piece. By embracing Ghana’s tie and dye fashion, we not only appreciate its beauty but also contribute to the sustainability and preservation of this traditional art form.

Happy Hubby Part 2
But it is also important that you realize that biologically you are very different. A big part of your biological clock centers around you creating eggs to be fertilized, meaning that some periods of the month your body is not really ready to conceive, and that shows, physically and in your mood. There's apps for that like Flo app. Mind you, some of us are regular like a Swiss clock, but many of us are not that lucky. Friend of mine varies between 12 days and 3 months, depending on how the outside world is treating her..... So typically you may only be in the mood for intercourse 5 days per month or so, and likewise there will even be a few “don’t touch me, leave me alone” days. All this is not your making. That's how you were made. And all that apart from your flow days. (though some have sex during flow days anyway, probably not your choice, but desires vary wildly)..
He, on the other hand, is ready anytime, and sometimes so ready that he gets frustrated if he does not get it, and can then become unpleasant (or now actively starts looking for someone else who always obliges). That's not his making, that's how he is made. A Somali proverb goes: “A good woman keeps her husband's stomach full and his testicles empty”. So, maybe if you can't make it fake it. But of course, there's other ways. Now this depends on how you look at sex. Is it something to be done in the dark without any sound? Or is it playtime and laughter? So, if you can handle that, maybe by the time you see him becoming restless you take the initiative and handle him, literally. Give him a solid jerk-off or blow job, he will love to “be done”.

Smoke 'n Barrel again. This time I ordered a salad and fried rice and beef kebabs because I was in the mood for beef. And a pizza Margherita. No beef kebab. Then the rump steak. No rump steak. Then a beef burger. Bingo. The salad was a bitter disaster with some industrial mayonnaise on it as a dressing, I guess the cook does not know how to spell salad dressing or vinaigrette. I took it home for my neighbour's chicken. The fried rice was nothing to write home about either, so again, for my neighbour's chicken. The beef burger was so so, and the bread was not crispy, but I had my beef. The Margherita was the last pizza I'll ever order at Smoke 'n Barrel.

A Margherita has thin slices of mozzarella cheese, some basil, and some tomatoes on it, this piece of bread rather had an indefinable fatty something on it, and the basil and tomatoes were absent.
The place was rather empty for a Thursday night, pray they don't close one of these days, their Fish and Chips are not bad, especially their chips are quite crunchy, not the soggy thing you get in most places.


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