My love for reading has, unfortunately, never taken me to the health section. I usually get health tips via a few random posts on social media and that’s it. I am a picky selector of food for starters, and very particular that what I eat doesn’t contain white ants, grasshoppers, mutton, and now the popular … Continue reading Differently Abled Nutrition BY LUTGARD MUSIIME. (a book review)
Things come & go always & death is no exception. A chief custodian of gloom. Then there is the aspect of time. Never stops running. The gravity to our eventual expiry. Amongst All this mayhem, there is nothing as sad as running out of time before letting something off of your chest. The most heartbreaking … Continue reading Why Make Love Wait?
Have you ever seen this ‘holier-than-though girl’, the kind that wears free fall floral dresses, with flowers in her hair and pump shoes? The kind that holds their books at their chest & drinks only soda, water, or juice? Those who make you think that the moment you talk sex to her she’ll run to … Continue reading Why girls love bad boys
Hi guys, after responding to Connie Dia’s call for a family and the pandemic blog series, my submission is finally out on these streets. Enjoy it here.
Hallo, thank you for accepting to take part in the family blog series.
So tell us, what do you think makes a family?
Biologically, its people of the same blood lineage (mother, father, brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews, grannies & the like) yet still, on the streets, a family is made up of people connected by and for the hustle.
They roll together to make it through life.
How would you best describe your family?
I come from the best extended family there ever been.
Raised by my aunt whose family got my back from day one, I became the sixth child.
What kind of family structure do you come from?
I grew up at my aunt’s home because my parents had separated when I was young so that makes it an extended family.
However, I am in close contact with both of my biological parents & we…
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In the dead of the night, she twisted & turned until she woke up in a startle. Feeling hot & sweating with a feeling of uncertainty. She looked at her companion sleeping next to her. She could only make out his outline in the dark, but the only thing she was sure of was that … Continue reading The Other Man