So, just seeing someone put a bright smile on social media and not looking like they raised their faces from a bottle of alcohol to smile for the camera is very fulfilling.
The thing about grown up shit is that one day you are watching a person experiencing or struggling with it and the next day you take center stage.
Oftentimes due to that fact that I am usually tired in the evening when coming from the mjengo or I am running late, I will board whatever matatu I find at the stage, as long as it is reasonably priced.
However, I think lacking some of the things I wanted during my childhood or at least not having them in the amount I wanted has really worked in my favour.
He is always trying to learn everyone's business in the compound because he is idle anyway. He is the official conveyor of mucene in the compound.
If you ask me, music is the medicine of the heart and soul of mankind.
I read somewhere that a famous person once said that it is God's work to forgive and it is his duty to set the date between the person and God and that statement hit so close home.
There is something exciting about growing up. For me, it was the ability to pay my own bills which signified that I could finally move out.
What would you do if you were not ashamed?
Lately, there has been a rise of wellness groups who believe that as long as you are eating healthy, then you will not fall sick.