Hi, if you are reading this, thank you for your time .
I’m 20-something blogger (not professional), just discovering a new hobby. Brought up in Nairobi Kenya but born in Western Part of Kenya, Kakamega County – 8 hours drive from Nairobi.
I’m the sixth born in a family of eight children – extended family – which has never been easy but I got used it/still getting used to it. One thing am grateful for in life, is my daddy – He his my role model, my hero and I am glad God made him my father. His been patient with me through thick and thin. Without him I wouldn’t be where I am. I’m a Daddy’s girl!
I’m a beautiful mess working on myself. Growing wiser and stronger each day. Learning from my mistakes and still making more and sometimes repeating the same mistakes. That’s just life!
I have always wanted start a blog but I was not sure on what to write about. I did my research and realized life experienced blogs are more fun to write.
My blog are stories about my life and those who live in it.
“Words, thoughts, feelings, reviews and Snap-chats of Life.”
Am not specialist when it comes to the human mind. But I have experience and through observing relationships for a while, and I’ve had my share – some good, bad, and yes, ugly.
Tag along and see what I have for you. I can’t wait to get to know ya’ll!
YES PLEASE: traveling, fitness, reading, sweet/red wine, vocal trance music and classic songs, loyalty, positivity, tattoos, and lots and lots of love.
NO THANKS: traffic, juice, jealousy, bitter beer, long lines, poor customer service, make-up, negativity and hangovers.
Lastly, am many of the followers of Christ. Creator of my life. Without Him, I would not be alive. I would not have (met) you, the person reading this – my online buddy.
Thank you for reading one more time.
I think I’m done? Yeah I’m done. See you in the blogging community.
ABOUT MY BOOKS;
LIFE BEFORE 25: (My first Book) – All about growing up, experiencing life through high school, campus and a little after campus. As Anne Frank quoted; “parents can only give good advice or put you in the right path but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.”
TOXIC SOUL TIES: ( My second Book) – Sometimes we confuse attachment to genuine love. We imagine that the grasping and clinging that we have in our relationships shows that we love. Whereas actually, it is just attachment, which causes pain. Because the more we grasp, the more we are afraid to lose. Then, if we do lose, then, of course, we are going to suffer.
Attachment says; I love you, so therefore, I want you to make me happy. And Genuine love says; I love you, therefore I want YOU to be happy. If that includes me, great! If it doesn’t include me, I just want your happiness.