This is a reblog (if that’s a word) from a blog I follow. The first time I am doing this, even though the blog is on holiday. Worthy cause. Click below and read on.

So this is happening. 1. I have good friends. I have not lifted and will likely not lift a finger towards organising this. These days I get tired from just waking up so this is good. I’ve been out of commission for about 8 months now. This time it was really out of commission. […]

via When #Sheblossoms is not just about me – Lupus Diaries — She Blossoms…


First of all, calm down. I am here. Still.

Second of all, here is why I have been away for forever. It involves Malindi, Kibera and meetings. In other words the startup on some serious adrenaline is still at it. We’re still at it. 

Third of all, withdrawal symptoms include a swollen lymphatic glands from falling while running down a dune, mosquito bites that showed up when I got to Kikuyu (the irony), sleep deprivation that led to my waking up at 0717 hrs today but still got to work on time and, as always, bad hair.

Lastly, if you think Obama is not going to show up herein, think again. Sorry if you thought this was the breath of fresh air you needed from the Obamamania. I feel you. I really do.

Oh yes, Google+ is still up there with the stars. Courtesy of it, I decided I was going to actually kinda blog about this. Here we are. Here you go. Let your fingers do the walking ↓ 

Consider your regular dose of thoughts and stuff served. Get busy people. It’s going to be a looooooong weekend.


I thought I’d share this interesting discovery. Thanks to Facebook’s “On This Day” feature where it digs up your memories from the past on any day, I have discovered that I can be extraordinarily creative between May 20th and 28th. For real. Sample this:

On May 24 2012, I wrote the first post that I considered to hit popular status back then, Dear [name withheld].

On May 20 2013, I wrote that breakout post that was published without my consent on Nairobi Wire and the likes, Five Couple You Will Meet in Campus. A week later, on May 27 2013, I wrote Six Guys You’ll Meet in a Ladies’ Hostel, perched on my study table looking out the window. These two I did mostly motivated by Moi University’s Press Club, The 3rd Eye, where I really found myself.

One year later, on May 28 2014, I wrote another breakout post, When Being Single Was Awesome, which went on to be the most popular post to this day on this blog.

Interesting right? So what was I doing between those dates this year? Well, my creative juices went elsewhere, way before I even discovered this May pattern of mine.

Introducing Very much a work in progress right now. Watch that space.

Thank you for always reading. 🙂

Happy June!Time