This month, March 2018, marks 13 years since my dad died. They say time heals all wounds, and it is partly true. Mostly, for me, the festering took time. I thought it was getting gangrenous. But it didn’t, it just took time. I had to watch out for my siblings, so they didn’t drown in … More Not even death can kill love
I recently re-connected with an old acquaintance who has been unhappily married for over 15 years. They have been to psychologists, relationship councilors,trips to Rome, Paris, New York. Trips to the sea side to resolve their differences. They have even been to a divorce lawyer and then backed out of the divorce. There has been … More I will be the one…you miss
My black history number one is always Wangari Maathai and all the women who have led the way here. Do you guys remember the Fourth World Conference on Women that took place in 1995? I do. After the conference, my father and the men of my childhood started to deal with women’s insolence, opinions and … More Black history month is here! Feminists, independent or autonomous black women?
Hi lovely people! Have you been wondering how to know that the man/woman etc human in your life loves you?! Well, it is easy. You know that day when you wake up feeling like a sack of rotten potatoes? No? Ok. Lucky you! A crate of rotten eggs then? You know like the one the … More Love Is…Undeserved Compliments
Hi guys! Hope you are having a nice 2018 so far? For me, it’s the 60th of January 2018, this month never ends! This morning, I did the math of how to survive the coming unbearable THREE days until payday on the 25th. At 08:00am, I had a few Swedish crowns left in the account. … More F$£K New Year resolutions!
When I see this picture of black men moving their bodies with ease and control; displaying this capacity Africans have to embrace new things and learning without prestige. learning them without abandoning what they already know. I remember my dream man. As a young girl growing up in Kenya, I never had a dream wedding, … More Dream Men