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Uh oh… I’m loving this mask the more I use it. Good conversation starter while out and about. Definitely gives bang for my buck with working out. I only make good investments. #fitness #health #trainingmask #cantbreathesometimesbutohwell

Uh oh… I’m loving this mask the more I use it. Good conversation starter while out and about. Definitely gives bang for my buck with working out. I only make good investments. #fitness #health #trainingmask #cantbreathesometimesbutohwell

— 1 month ago
#cantbreathesometimesbutohwell  #health  #trainingmask  #fitness 
Just got done with a little morning ride. Biking with this #trainingmask is NICE and a good challenge.

Just got done with a little morning ride. Biking with this #trainingmask is NICE and a good challenge.

— 1 month ago
#trainingmask 
Anyone on MapMyFitness or other MapMy apps? I want more fitness engaged friends. Add me: Susan M. #mapmyfitness #fitness #health

Anyone on MapMyFitness or other MapMy apps? I want more fitness engaged friends. Add me: Susan M. #mapmyfitness #fitness #health

— 1 month ago
#health  #mapmyfitness  #fitness 
Loving not retwisting my hair frequently; I get to see what it’s like. However, seeing my new growth always tempts me to cut my hair just to play in it. πŸ˜” #DontKnowMyHairType #ButItsSoftTho #naturalhair #locs

Loving not retwisting my hair frequently; I get to see what it’s like. However, seeing my new growth always tempts me to cut my hair just to play in it. πŸ˜” #DontKnowMyHairType #ButItsSoftTho #naturalhair #locs

— 1 month ago with 1 note
#butitssofttho  #dontknowmyhairtype  #naturalhair  #locs 
Got it in on the day off 🚴. #hybrid #biking #fitness #detroit

Got it in on the day off 🚴. #hybrid #biking #fitness #detroit

— 1 month ago
#biking  #hybrid  #detroit  #fitness 
The other night…😏 #DR #BdayDinner

The other night…😏 #DR #BdayDinner

— 2 months ago
#bdaydinner  #dr 
Happy bday! @aladdinslady 😘😘  #DR

Happy bday! @aladdinslady 😘😘 #DR

— 2 months ago
#dr 
😏 Feels good to dress up!! πŸ’…πŸ’„πŸ‘  (at Punta Cana, Republica Dominicana)

😏 Feels good to dress up!! πŸ’…πŸ’„πŸ‘  (at Punta Cana, Republica Dominicana)

— 2 months ago
Going out to dinner for the bday girl, @aladdinslady !! #DR  (at Memories Splash Punta Cana)

Going out to dinner for the bday girl, @aladdinslady !! #DR (at Memories Splash Punta Cana)

— 2 months ago
#dr 
Day Two of #DR : On the way to horseback riding this morning. It was great! 🐎🌴  (at Royalton Punta Cana)

Day Two of #DR : On the way to horseback riding this morning. It was great! 🐎🌴 (at Royalton Punta Cana)

— 2 months ago
#dr 
Day one in the #DR was a success. And to think, I have four more days of this. #PuntaCana 😎🌴🏊

Day one in the #DR was a success. And to think, I have four more days of this. #PuntaCana 😎🌴🏊

— 2 months ago
#dr  #puntacana 
thisisjamaica:

Patois Association working to revive dying language
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Parents and grandparents in Trinidad and Tobago used it when they did not want sharp younger ears to listen in on their conversation, as Leisely Maraj reports in this article for Trinidad’s Newsday.
They would be speaking English then break off into strange yet pleasant sounding prattle which left children confused but even more curious about what was being said.
There is less of that these days, not because adults are more comfortable sharing their secrets with their children but because Patois is a dying language throughout the Americas and the Caribbean.
At least one group is hoping to change this. The Association of Patois speakers from Paria (Venezuela) in collaboration with the Venezuelan Government, the Venezuelan Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Culture, the Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation (Trinidad and Tobago) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) St Augustine Campus recently hosted the Sixth Conference of Patois Speakers of Venezuela and the Caribbean.
The three day event took place at…[Full article HERE]

thisisjamaica:

Patois Association working to revive dying language

(Subscribe to our blogsΒ HEREΒ &Β HERE)

Parents and grandparents in Trinidad and Tobago used it when they did not want sharp younger ears to listen in on their conversation, as Leisely Maraj reports in this article for Trinidad’sΒ Newsday.

They would be speaking English then break off into strange yet pleasant sounding prattle which left children confused but even more curious about what was being said.

There is less of that these days, not because adults are more comfortable sharing their secrets with their children but because Patois is a dying language throughout the Americas and the Caribbean.

At least one group is hoping to change this. The Association of Patois speakers from Paria (Venezuela) in collaboration with the Venezuelan Government, the Venezuelan Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Culture, the Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation (Trinidad and Tobago) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) St Augustine Campus recently hosted the Sixth Conference of Patois Speakers of Venezuela and the Caribbean.

The three day event took place at…[Full article HERE]

— 1 year ago with 33 notes
Got my goodies!! #boots 😏

Got my goodies!! #boots 😏

— 1 year ago with 1 note
#boots 
Kept it cute and simple for #NYE Grateful for a new year and lesser burdens

Kept it cute and simple for #NYE Grateful for a new year and lesser burdens

— 1 year ago
#nye 
This is hilarious to me, especially the last pic and her facial expression. Like who takes these pics and come up with this stuff?? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ #regram

This is hilarious to me, especially the last pic and her facial expression. Like who takes these pics and come up with this stuff?? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ #regram

— 1 year ago
#regram