Hey Queens! 👋🏽
I got nominated KurlyCurls for the Blogger’s Recognition Award. How wonderful of her to think of me when she was nominated for this blog. I’m elated my darling. 😀 I love awards.
I come to you with very sad news. I lost my dad on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. I heard this news while I was at the hospital doing my practicum for school. It has taken such a tool on my body, I am just finding a little strength to write this. My dad & I were two peas in a pod, the two munchkins, anywhere you see him, you see me, I was his personal secretary, his manager – a great bond we both had that was so inseparable. Sigh. 🙁
I am so elated. I am so excited. I am so grateful. I am just trying to find words guys. 🙂
I was featured yesterday on Rockin’ It Napptural.
It was greatly appreciated when I checked my blog and saw a comment that I was nominated for the Liebster Award during this trying time I am currently going through. Thanks to SimplyFlawedbutBeautiful for nominating me.
The Liebster Award is an online award for bloggers to gain more support and recognition, and just to get to know the person behind the blog. It also helps others to discover new blogs and to build a sense of community in the blogging world.
This is my first hair tag. I’ve always liked tags especially the Youtube ones. I think these tags are a great way of getting the reader to know more about who is behind this blog, as well as to interact with the readers.
I saw Atim from atimmercy.wordpress.com participated in a hair tag and she tagged all those who were interested in doing this blog. Hop over to her blog to check out her hair tag.
Here is my hair tag:
I can still remember the day I made up my mind that I wanted to start caring for my hair – I was in my final year of high school. Lets take it back to what sparked this caring attitude towards this hair of mine. My hair was at its plateau – my dad had told me to start transitioning my hair because at the salon they were cutting too much of my hair but transitioning wasn’t what I wanted to do. I wanted to keep my hair permed.
Hi Queens, I am your 20 year old blogger, Monique from Jamaica. I am a nursing student. I love to sing, dance, watch YouTube videos and encourage others.
I went natural because my dad was not digging the permed hair on me. He thought my thick head of hair had gotten too thin and too short. He suggested I return to my natural state. I am happy he told me to do so.
Hello Queens, I am Monique Spence, 20 years of age. I live in the beautiful island of Jamaica. I currently attend the University of Technology, Jamaica where I am pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
Why I Chose To Blog?
I chose to blog because I have been having this urge since I was in college. It all began when I had transitioned to natural hair. After three years of wearing cornrows and rope twists I just wanted a change in the hairstyles I did. I had began researching about natural hair and came upon the site Black Girl Long Hair which lead me to a whole other realm of natural hair.