Its so funny how everyone was shocked that these ladies can braai. So we had market day on friday, and ohw yes it was exciting, it was all about group work and communication, working together we can do more and ofcourse we did a lot. We were part of market day, and we were selling some, pap, shisa nyama, wors, and wors rolls as well. i remember when we were still busy preparing in the morning, we were so nervous not knowing if people will buy. well yeah we got to school and some of my friends had not yet put on fire. i asked them why not, and they told me that they cant, they have never done it. look at them and i smiled, told them to brung it on, im a jack of all trades, they laughed. i started the fire and we were good to go.
Within few minutes before we had even started the braai, we already had people coming to us asking wat we ladies are selling, we told them, and some of them were like this we got to see. ladies braaing worse of all in dresses, wow wow wow, someone said that. All we said to them was we ladies who did marketing, and we PR students. Well a lot of people couldnt still believe that we were really doing the braai with no help from guys.
All went well on the market day.there was a time where we ran out of wors and everyone kept on ordering the wors roll, soo we decided to go and stock some more, Lady T went to boulders and bought some wors, when she came back, before all the wors was ready, it aleady all booked up. Thats how good and delicious our meals were. with the chakalaka made by Lady T, mhmmm it was unresistable. Before 14:00 on friday we had already sold out on everything, on top of that people still wanted some more.
On saturday it was sports day, had some of my friends we went to play netball, because we like to get fit, and have fun. Because we are young free, and we dont care what you say behind our backs. We dont really love to excersise but we love play, we love sports, so the more we participate, the more we get fit. We all about entertainment, and the things we as youth do. Hala.