When I was in class seven, we had this teacher. His name was Mr. Mwangi and he taught science. Mr. Mwangi was a short basic build man with those American accents superimposed on native accents, in this case Kikuyu. His 'accent' was such that avocado became afokendos. I say this with no malice intended but... Continue Reading →
I saw this blog and I thought how many people take things for granted. I feel that this should be shared more. Make it safe to talk about these things because more often than not we make it so unsafe that people feel the loneliness increase around others.
I may not reach that many people but if the people I reach share this then maybe, just maybe, we could save a few lives.
When I was growing up I knew I was going to be successful. I loved school and my grades were in line with my dreams.I imagined having a family, a beautiful house, a nice car, gorgeous kids and taking family vacations, everything looked so real.I just couldn’t wait to grow up.
Last year, as the year was coming to an end, I almost lost my job and things didn’t get better after that, so I decided to quit my job and figure my life out. Everything wasn’t going according to plan. I finished school, got good grades in campus, got a job then another then another and now I was tired of looking. So I decided to start my business. It seemed like a great idea. Now all my childhood fantasies were on the way to becoming a reality. I had a few friends to back me up on the…
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I met a man once. A man who stood out of the crowd. He walked with insanity the way one would an old friend. They went on adventures together leaving us to the boredom of our norms. I met a man whose inner child never did become an inner child but stayed fully active into... Continue Reading →
So here I am after a month of wandering and musing and I realized something.... I can't live without you. Mostly because I have no choice. I have fallen in love with the illusion of anonymity like almost everybody on the internet. I have a thing for expressing my thoughts here. But you did agree... Continue Reading →
She looked at him wondering what became of the man she had gotten married to. At what point had he become this barbaric creature she now had to take care of. Because ultimately that's what he was wasn't it. Wake up, wake him up, feed him, lay out his clothing, in other words clothe him.... Continue Reading →
A while back I asked you to marry me and like any Kenyan I was devoted to you for the first moments of our marriage the I became emotionally unavailable. But I have learnt that most of these things only work out because of perseverance. Therefore I implore you to endure with me the dry... Continue Reading →
Do you believe in love....... do you believe in that complete and utter devotion that comes with it.......... Do I believe in love? "Go!" "I cant. What about you? Your sister? Your brother" "So what good are you to us dead?" I hold on to this words The last conversation I had with my daughter... Continue Reading →
I know you don't know me yet and I don't know you, but we could get to know each other. We could spend the rest of our lives talking and laughing and crying and enjoying the silence when words just cannot form on our finger tips. Lets make memories and have our multiple inside jokes... Continue Reading →