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Kome-Unauthorized Family Meals Blog

Hello readers! Missed me much? I would certainly hope so! I believe I owe all of you an explanation for my absence. Mid March as our COVID cases began to rise it just didn't feel right publishing blogs. It was a stressful time for the entire island when our Prime Minister announced the lockdown. We were finally getting the feeling that things were getting better financially, so as a small business owner, to be once again be put back where we were a year ago when the pandemic

Breakfast with Wilhelmina - Plein Cafe Wilhelmina

In July, I returned back to work after the lockdown as flights had started to resume, and we all had hope that tourism would pick up again. I knew it would be a slow start, but I don't think I personally was prepared for how slow it actually was going to be. Which is how I came up of the idea of blogging, to help small local businesses. I wanted to start with restaurants because who doesn't love food? Plein Cafe Wilhelmina is the first one that came to mind because it has a v

It's a Blush Affair!

Festive wear has always been my favorite, I've always needed an excuse to wear a pretty suit or lengha. Today, the fact that I am trusted to write about different designers, is a huge honor on its own. This year the festive season has been very low key, but that is only because COVID has rained on all of our parades. Traditionally, on Diwali, everyone wears new clothes, and even though ready-made is available in beautiful patterns, Diwali is special, we all want to look beaut

Happy Diwali!

Diwali is one of my favorite times of the year (yes, Christmas and Diwali come really close to each other). Diwali is the festival of lights, where everyone wears new outfits, homes are lighted up, there are Indian sweets called mithai being made in the kitchen! Not to mention your mother telling you five million times that we should start the Diwali cleaning, the house must be spotless! But Diwali, like any auspicious festival, has a story behind it, and today I will share w

Wara Wara Wednesdays!

The pandemic affected a lot of businesses around the world, big or small it didn't matter. Overnight these businesses saw very little light at the end of the tunnel. The entire month of April, Curacao was not only under lockdown but also under "shelter at home" where we were not allowed to leave our homes other then for essential services. We were also not allowed to drive our cars other then twice a week and then on our license plate days, and only for the grocery store, ph

Skadey wears a jersey!

The first weekend of NFL 2020, has begun! I was really excited to see my Green Bay Packers play this Sunday, especially since I don't think anyone was sure whether or not they would be playing this season. There weren't any fans and that wasy strange looking at empty bleechers, but regardless I was thrilled! I believe we all have been missing sports overall a lot so the fact that NFL has been given the green light to start is quite exciting. This year has been one for the bo

To Print or Not to Print?

This is the million dollar question haunting artists for years! To print or not to print? A lot of artists often choose not to produce prints of their works as they feel it takes away from the original piece. They ponder on why someone would purchase and original when "replicas" or prints have flooded the market. In this article I'm going to try to answer that question. A little bit about me, before I go into the million dollar question you are wondering about! My vision was

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