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)
Why The Current Loss Of Empathy
A prominent Ugandan politician, affiliated to the ruling party (NRM) that has held power for the last 30 something years in a country whose economic, social & education situation are going more south than Manchester United lost a pair of cute boy twins when they drowned in his swimming pool. Sad.As usual, social media reacted … Continue reading Why The Current Loss Of Empathy
Baby Steps. The First.
It's 8:14 p.m. He's just getting home. The streets are cold. It had drizzled. He'd braved an agonizing traffic that usually forms after. He goes up the steps to his home. Pretty bummed & looking like a suited up zombie. Lazily knocks at the door & follows it with the usual abracadabra "It's Tut." The … Continue reading Baby Steps. The First.
Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020. #21. Repost. Recycle. Don’t Make Her A Single Mother
A woman loved a man. She loved him hard and he played the part. Her dreams were coming true. She was going to be a wife to a loving man and then have him a couple of beautiful litluns making him a father and altogether become a beautiful family. So when he wooed her heart, … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020. #21. Repost. Recycle. Don’t Make Her A Single Mother
Ugandans & Their Education System. Whose Fault Is It?
I've seen many of y'all making noise of how terrible our education system is. I am not here to defend of how good it is but still I am here to disagree to some degree with you. Yes the prairies, mitochondria & stuff are now at our age most probably very irrelevant to have been … Continue reading Ugandans & Their Education System. Whose Fault Is It?