Wednesday, 3 December 2008


Hey yall, Apologies for taking so long posting a new blog. I have been receiving messages and getting told off when I am out and about for not having written on here. But trust me I have been so busy and really tired as a result. So anyway I am gonna let you know what I've been up to so you realise I haven't just been at home twiddling my thumbs!

Firstly, I hope you are all good and not feeling too cold cos everytime I have to go outside I need to brace myself! It is cutting out there!

Okay...Friday gone was the UK Launch party of 2000Black's album 'A Next Set A Rockers' hosted by Uprock Recordings. So Kaidi and Dego (producers/DJ's/multi-instrumentalists) asked me to do a PA @ Home Bar in Shoreditch...

I was already tired when I arrived at 10:30, but even more so after I devoured a nice big rib-eye steak in the restaurant above the club! Nice. It was a really enjoyable evening. The crowd jammed the whole evening as Kaidi and Dego spun tune after tune and although I was there to perform, it was nice hanging out with friends and those who support me. I left there on a high because everyone was there for the music, there was no attitude, no pretence, just positive vibes. So all was good in the hood...until I had to wake up @ 8am after having just 4 hours sleep to get up for.... yep you guessed it, FOOTBALL. I was not feeling getting up so early on a cold, soggy saturday, but as a mum, sometimes you don't have much choice. I used the opportunity to do a bit of shopping in Ealing. They have a massive Primark where I picked up a couple of cardi's and got a new stash of Burberry perfume in Superdrugs cos I love to drench myself in that stuff! I wanted to get my son some trainers in Footlocker so I can get him out those dreaded heelys, but the trainers I liked were not in stock :(

I ran around like a headless chook all day till it was time to drop J off to my mum's, so I could finish off cooking for my friend (and Make Up Artist) Rumel's tribal themed birthday party.
I dunno what tribe I was supposed to be from, but I just put on a leopard print dress and called it a day! So armed with some Jerk was party number two of the weekend.

Me trying to look like Pocohontas...and failing!

Rumel as a Masai tribal person!

Nadia....just being Nadia lol

So two nights running I hit the sack at 3am. Not a good look when you still have to get up to be at the football pitch early in the morning. So at stupid o'clock I got up and collected my son to take him to his football Match in Sheen. Call me a bad mum all you like, I don't care, I just dropped him off and headed back to the car to paint my nails as I had a photoshoot that afternoon (well actually it was in the morning but I knew I wasn't gonna get there in the morning). So meanwhile he ran around in the rain I sorted my fingers out. I would've preferred getting them done at the salon, but, when time is against you, you gotta compromise.
Like clockwork, as soon as I put on the last topcoat, the boys descended towards the carpark. Time to go! yay :)

I had to quickly drop him off to my mums and go home and get a few bits and pieces I wanted to take with me to the shoot in Ladbroke Grove. I always like to take a few accesories, shoes and my own make up, just in case...and it came in handy! I was supposed to be at the photoshoot at 11am, which I negotiated to 2pm and I actually arrived at 3pm...tut tut. But I made it and I was ready to go!
It was my first time posing with other people, but when you see the pics I'm sure you will agree that it worked...They will be coming soon. But here is a pic of me at the shoot waiting around...

It was kinda rushed, but we got loads of shots in and were out of the studio by 6pm. In time to grab some food with my Personal Assistant and busom buddy Nadia, at one of my favoutite places to eat, on Portobello Road, The Market Thai. It's a really modest Thai Restaurant above a pub, but the food is to die for and the service is quick and friendly. We ate like we hadn't eaten all day...which we hadn't....hmmmm

Anyway, we ate in like 20 minutes flat and jumped in our matching cars (we're such nutters) provided for us by Performance Rentals and went on to our next mission...Going to the Sunday Show to see my friend Natalie Fiawoo perform her poetry.
Overall, it was quite an entertaining night, apart from the fact Nat didn't actually get to perform, but I am sure you will be seeing her at the Sunday Show and elsewhere very soon!

So guys, that was my weekend. So now when I see you guys out and about and you ask me why I haven't updated my blog page, you actually know I am busy, not just saying it cos I can't be bothered. I have had really good feedback from you guys and appreciate the fact so many of you can relate to the things that happen in my life and I will keep you all informed and as involved as I can. Keep reading guys and don't be scared to leave your comments.
I appreciate your private messages, but so many of you have got such good points, I want everyone to hear your views.

Until the next time my love bunnies...

Nads xx


nadia said...

busy busy bumble beee damn right!! was a mad few days but all worth it in the end. Eventhough i didnt make it to your PA i KNOW u smashed it!! saturday was just crazy..the 2 Nadivas ever camera ready! and sunday? well wat can i say?? u were looking HOTTT 4 ur shoot thats y the photographer wanted u in practically EVERY shot!..u really are the next big thing! so multi talented!! im soooo proud of u nads..keep doin ur thing the way u do cos NO1 out there can do it like u do! xx

and ur right that thai was deeeelish! sunday show was sooo funny apart from that random girl ya know wat im on a bout! butthe best part was being the twins we are driving around in r matching thats true love!! xxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Nadine, sounds like you were really very busy last weekend..I look forward to seeing the pics from the photoshoot...keep working hard and stay beautiful...:)

Craig xx

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