The previous night was one of those I didn’t open my whatsapp messages. Most of them were from Arsenal fans rubbing embarrassment on our once proud faces. The chest thumping we had done along the streets of social media was more than what Hitler did when he conquered twenty -two countries during the Second World … Continue reading Kidneys for the Queen
Ramogi….. The universe that I call mine ceases to have a sun when you sleep. I hate men who snore, But, but for you, your snore reminds me that you are a programmer. So I allow you to transition your coding to meticulous words, because, you are my forever Poet. The bulls of Kakamega no … Continue reading Ramogi..!
He is a Goodman, He needs a good woman;like you. Yes, I like him, He is an ice though, Held strongly by the bonds of the past, I see him everyday, We talk everyday. What kind of love is that one? One that tells you to close your eyes, Walk through the darkness and trust … Continue reading Under The Stars
On Saturday, my son Terrence was sick-thanks for the quick-recovery-mesages- and in bid not to think about his sickness, I decided to play catch up with Eunniah. She is an Electrical Engineer based in Malindi. Eunniah reads alot, dresses to kill, writes well and has a killer-smile! Here is our talk about her challenge,please follow … Continue reading 31-Day Blog Challenge!
I was just wandering along the streets of facebook when I came across this lovely article by Munira Hussein. She calls herself Moon. I call her the Desert Rose. She is an author of Unfit For Society (read the review on:https://veraomwocha.com/3171-2/)which goes for 700 Kenyan Shillings, also, it will be up on Amazon very soon. … Continue reading How to Convert Your Non-Reader/Writer Partner into a Reader/Writer
Have you ever gotten to that point where you forgot your own name? Even saying it out loud sounded like a foreign concept, it didn’t taste right coming from you at all. Like your brain knows it but your mouth won’t cooperate The sad bit is, I wasn’t just unable to say my name, I … Continue reading Finding me.
I don’t know about you, but I do take my WhatsApp Status seriously. I do use it to share a lot -a skill I learnt from Ivy Aseka who just added another year to her many years-.For instance, last week I talked about depression on my WhatsApp status and I was humbled that one of … Continue reading Opiyo and Juliet