Tag Archives: Africa

A Mother’s Love

Photo by Andrae Ricketts My Featured Blogger this week is Ngina of the blog site Euonia: Stay and Shine. I know nothing about Ngina, whose motto is “Blossom. Re-blossom. Keep doing it,” except that she’s African (but I don’t know … Continue reading

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In the name of puberty!

Originally posted on DIARY OF A VILLAGE GIRL:
Image:courtesy Being a woman is great. Sometimes though, I wish I could trade in my uterus for a pair of balls. And by sometimes, I mean the 5 days(give or take) period…

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Noisy Neighbours

Originally posted on The Adventures Of…:
In life, sometimes you encounter episodes that are hard to describe, or for others to believe. One such episode, happened to me at Masai Mara, in Kenya. The park is themeing with wildlife. Wildlife…

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While in Exile, Prosper!

My Featured Blogger this week is Kenyan writer, thinker, and humanist Mulyale Mutisya. I’ve been following Mulyale for some time, and have come to love her eloquence, her heart, and her unbending commitment to all who are oppressed. Her faith-based … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Plea

Originally posted on Copious Morsels of Everything:
“Africa has her mysteries and even a wise man cannot understand them. But a wise man respects them.” Miriam Makeba Mother Africa chronicles series Commiserate with another, I refuse to be the subject…

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