Sisters

A lot has happened since the year started. I got new friends or should I say sisters. When my fiance proposed they were the 1st people I told, coz I knew they would celebrate with me. Even if we are miles apart it sometimes feel like we live together. What's gonna make my wedding special is the fact that they will be there, they r even making sure I don't wear a hideous dress by offering to go with me for fittings. It means a lot to me to have their support.

I've been struggling to put on weight and have a healthy BMI, but with their help I gained 5kg and my BMI is 20.

What I love most about this group of women is their sense of humour, their ability to turn mountains into mole hills and the fact that we can talk for hours without mentioning HIV.

These people are my rock, my Divas, my guardian angels.

I know they are reading this, from the bottom of my heart I wanna say Ndiyabulela.

If you are in South Africa or Botswana and want to be part of us, feel free to comment and we'll take it from there.

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Ayo's picture

I would like to be part of the0 sisters I'm in sa durban

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Ayo's picture

I would like to be part of the0 sisters I'm in sa durban. Good luck for everything

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mumbaiyyagal's picture

Hello dear,

Am nowhere in African sub-continent but am with u in spirits. And of course VIRTUALLY as well.....

Wish u happy married life.....
Keep writing in whenever u get time n chance....

Much love.

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Deline's picture

Am also in Mzansi and wanna be part.

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ntombi's picture

i am crying babes this is too sweet i love you Divas u knw how nice it is to have a sister who loves you,who is there for you whether you are happy,sad bt u knw they are always there and know how to put a smile on your pretty face.i cant wait for the wedding.this year has been great for the 4 of us 2 great things in a space of one month.love you ladiis and will always do Mwaaah

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Lebza's picture

Also in SA-Soweto.

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dasassidiva's picture

I'm cape town and wud've luv 2 b part of d sistas

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dasassidiva's picture

I'm in cape town nd wud luv d opportunity

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Lynn's picture

I would like to join and Im in Joburg. Later!!

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treysondz's picture

i would love to join am in SA Soweto

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treysondz's picture

i would love to join too am in SA Soweto

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ntombifuthi's picture

i like this too SA JHB

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Marshia's picture

Gud stuff,am in SA,Pta. A shoulder to lean on is what i need. Keep the gud spirit sistas.

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barelycoping's picture

Hello Nana. As true as cookies, your post reduced me to tears! But you know, these are tears of joy. You are a sister I never had and i can't wait for the big day.

I must say a lot of positive things have taken place in our lives and we really need to be appreciative and supportive of each other.

I really love my sisters and cannot imagine how life would be without them.

Not to take your shine sister, but I need to mention that I haven't blogged in a while because I have been going through some stuff. As I've mentioned, a lot of positive things have taken place, and when the time is right, I will definitely share with all of you. Obviously, one of those positive things is the recent proposal to my dear sister. Congrats once more and my relentless support is guaranteed! You are going to be a beautiful bride and make an excellent wife (the sisters will make sure of that- yes they will!!!!).

HUGS AND KISSES
:)

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tatty2gud's picture

hey ladies, please email me your cellphone numbers to tatty2gud@gmail.com, we would love to have you join us.

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TLHOGI's picture

I AM ALSO AROUND MZANZI IN A TOWN CALLED KLERKSDORP NW PROVINCE AND WILL LUV TO BE ONE OF U LADIES I HOPE THE WEDDING GOES WELL & I M SURE U WILL MAKE THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDE.MUCH LUV

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