Even in Death you are celebrated. Your words so beautiful, so deep. Makes so much sense to me as a Woman. Happy 90th Maya Angelou. PHENOMENAL WOMAN ( EXCERPTS OF THE FOUR POEMS CELEBRATING WOMEN) …It’s in the reach of my arms, The span of my hips, The stride of my step, The curl of my… Continue reading Happy Birthday Maya
If you watched Akombe closely, you'd notice her constant wide smile... Even when there was nothing to smile about. I once commented that that was the "fakest" smile ever. A smile hiding pain, pressure, guilt and frustration. She may have loved her job and may have wished to do well by her bosses. But motherhood… Continue reading Akombe resigns… a mother’s perspective
Happy International Women's Day to all the women who keep it real, live within their means and hold constructive gossip. To those who wait on God for their man as well work towards getting that man. To The women who have birthed, nurtured or are in the process of doing so. To the women who… Continue reading Our Day? Everyday is Women’s Day
Exactly my thoughts… Tay Tells it so well
Dear future husband
I don’t know if I’ve asked or told you this before but I feel I need to again.
Please be consistent.
Don’t get me used to certain gestures and then suddenly stop when you see fit or feel like it.
My actions and my love is never inconsistent. I don’t expect yours to be either.
I pay attention to everything and if you can do certain things when you’re still trying to “get” me. You should continue doing those things, if not more, to keep me. I take note of everything, remember that.
I don’t have time for mediocre. So if you’re here to be inconsistent then I don’t want it. #imnotsettling
Just a heads up,
From your future wife
A woman, a mother can withstand any storms in this world. We are stronger than we think. We give life and still bear the scars of it. We are a miracle. Happy early International women’s day to all deserving women. #amazingstrength #amazingstories #hope
Written by Samantha Bossalini, Development and Communications Associate
The city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is anything but quiet. An increasingly modern metropolis overlooking the Indian Ocean, Dar is home to 4.4 million people, and is one of the fastest growing cities on the African continent. It’s a cacophony of noises, sounds, colors, and smells; ironic for a city whose name means “Place of Peace.”
On one of Dar’s residential streets, however, there is a peaceful haven. Behind a stone wall sits the Mabinti Centre. The simple house hums with the sound of sewing machines. The women working at the machines range in age from 16 to 30-years-old. They greet visitors with smiles and a warm welcome: “Karibu!” Bright kanga fabric and canvas slips beneath their whirring needles as an instructor crouches down to talk them through a difficult stitch, or to share encouragement. In the garden, ladies gather…
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The first time I ever took Kingfisher was a certain New Year's Eve, my birthday.Those were the long old days when I could dance until the sun came up 😀. Being a sweet wine, I kept drinking and drinking and drinking, thank God I was not a designated driver, plus I was in good hands… Continue reading My Kingfisher Story
Because it's Friday and I am allowed to sample the new Tusker Cider. Awesome stuff... 🍻🍻🍻