Mandazi with tea two days in a row.

Nairobi, Kenya
February 11, 2024 11:52am CST
This was my breakfast yesterday and today. What a nice way to start a weekend. My weekend is coming to an end this Sunday night but I'm glad it was sunny. My clothes and shoes dried really quickly. I'm thankful that my periods started after two months of delay. I had told the doctor last week about it and she said that maybe I was pregnant. Then I said that I can't be pregnant because I don't have a boyfriend. Then I saw her writing in my file "secondary amenorrhea". I knew what that means but guess what happened? My periods started four days later after this doctor meeting and I didn't take any medicine for it. So I'm thankful. I hope everyone is doing great. The dollars came in four days early this month. I'll buy myself new clothes.
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@RebeccasFarm (81945)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
11 Feb
That is great that you started now. Those foods look deep fry are they?
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• Nairobi, Kenya
11 Feb
Yes. The mandazi is deep fried.
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
11 Feb
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• Nairobi, Kenya
11 Feb
@RebeccasFarm Have you ever eaten mandazi? I'm sure you have eaten donuts. They are similar.
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@AmbiePam (83837)
• United States
12 Feb
I’m glad to your health situation is better now. Anything that disrupts the course of our normal health can get a person wondering what is going on.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Feb
I think it was caused by me gaining weight quickly during the December holiday. But I'm glad I'm okay now.
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@AmbiePam (83837)
• United States
12 Feb
@mildredtabitha Even stress can do it.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Feb
@AmbiePam I ruled that out because I haven't been stressed for more than five months now.
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@snowy22315 (166857)
• United States
12 Feb
Yay, about your period and new clothes The only place you might be able to buy new clothes here with mylot money would probably be a yard sale.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Feb
Yaaaay That means clothes are very expensive in your state. As for me, mylot money can buy me many clothes since Europe used clothing are sent to my country and sold at affordable prices. Most of those clothes are brand new. For example, I bought a trouser for half a dollar and the price tag on the trouser showed that it was sold for $9 in Vietnam or some other country in US/UK.
@LadyDuck (451549)
• Switzerland
12 Feb
It happens to skip a month, I would have not been too worried about that: I am glad that the problem fixed itself without the need of medications.
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@LadyDuck (451549)
• Switzerland
13 Feb
@mildredtabitha I am glad you do not need a serious check up.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Feb
I was worried because I was afraid of having PCOS. And I have never visited a gynaecologist before even though the doctor suggested I do. But I'm glad everything is back to normal and I don't need to go to a gyna for serious check-up.
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13 Feb
your food looks awesome
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• Nairobi, Kenya
13 Feb
Thank you.
@dgobucks226 (33917)
20 Feb
That Mandazi looks tasty. Is it a pastry?
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• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Feb
No. It is not pastry. Mine was plain mandazi.
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@Juliaacv (47939)
• Canada
11 Feb
I did a search on the mandazi in the picture. I like to learn of other country's foods. I am glad for you that your are returning to a schedule again-take care of yourself.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
11 Feb
Thank you. I am glad too. I will take care of myself I also like learning other country's food even if I might not eat it.
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@wolfgirl569 (91816)
• Marion, Ohio
11 Feb
Glad you didn't need any medicine
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• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Feb
I'm happy about that too.
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