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    i got 99 problems and probably about 94 of them come from my lack of motivation to do anything



    Miriam Tigist Green was adopted by Clifton Green and his wife. Whilst at home they had no idea what to do with her hair, as both had no experience in braiding. So they considered letting it go as a sign of freedom. But after they both knew that her hair was a strong sign of her African roots so they decided to braid it like most African people did. Although it took a while, Clifton finally mastered the art of braiding.

    I love these pictures. Every time I see them it puts a smile on my face. And there’s a bonus picture LOL. I have never seen the picture with the brother attempting to braid his hair- hilarious. Such beautiful pictures. I see love in these pictures and that’s a beautiful thing. So often I see blacks versus whites but to see something like this reminds me that there are sane and secure people.

    How did I miss the fork?

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