Good 3pm. That’s the time I woke up 😴. (I lied. I woke up a little earlier, yet 3pm is the time I decided to write.) My city Montreal is frozen . I dunno how many degrees are actually outside, but currently I’m with my finger on my cell phone… I’m old school. I gotta go to “temperature”. I gotta click “Montreal” when I want to click “Lisbon”. Holy shit. I just finished clicking and it tells me that Mtl is sunny and -18C. Luckily, we have something called Kitaba that is gonna bring up the city temperature to 18+. 🔥
Today we going to celebrate our last Kitaba of 2017. We welcome you to come before Eliza gets here by the sound of DJ Do Marçal. You know that #semba. You know that #kizomba. You know that Angolan #kuduro. All that 🎶 is gonna be on deck, and tonight will be off the chains. See you soon my people for the free class at 8:30pm EST (UTC – 5:00) with Dr. Kizomba, the one and unapologetic mofo. Let’s have some fun. Don’t forget to subscribe for your live streaming class at drkizomba.com/live so you can learn wherever you are. If you are in town, no excuses: get your Eskimo suit on and come find out what Kitaba is all about.
Happy belated kwanza to all my people that I didn’t have time to text or reply. When I was in Angola I always used to watch those Christmas snow. And there always was a lot of snow. You know there was that famous movie Home Alone; that little white kid that got rich early and then couldn’t control his money, or his parents couldn’t control his money, somebody spent a lot of money. Home Alone 1, 2, 3 and the last one was another kid. Going back to my story: there was always a lot of snow. Christmas in Angola = a lot of dirt. Christmas in the movies = a lot of snow. I never realized on top of the snow, winter would be so cold. Freezing! Freezing till your face hurt: I don’t understand this motherfucker. Merry Christmas. 🎅
On a good note, my people we are a few days away from 2018. Remember that bag full of bullshit? Get ready to leave it in 2017 and let’s party!!!
#freedom 🎅 #happyholidays 🎅#coldAF
First published on Facebook on December 27th, 2017.