From Daniel Sironei and Patrick (PD) Shaw to Wanugu, Wacucu, and Rasta, these names are whispered in the streets and only the elite are privy to the details. That is, of course, unless you read Owaah’s blog. Photo by @JapichaKE In the late 1980s and early 90s, my father, then a military guy, was busy… Continue reading The Staff of Legends: A Too Early For Birds Review
I was hoping that this year would slide away effortlessly and quietly into the next and I would not post anything here because, well, I can. But a scroll down my timeline and a walk in the streets reminds me that I really cannot. I am no monster! So yeah, I may have quit WhatsApp… Continue reading Christmas is here again! Enjoy it. Or not.
She is not an open book. She is not what would be described as a warm personality especially if what you are going on is the first impression. She is rather like a bad case of malaria, terrible on all fronts except for when you get to read a book or two undisturbed during your… Continue reading ON MATURITY AND EMBARRASSMENT
I have loved acting since I was a little girl. One time in Sunday school we needed someone to play Mary the mother of Jesus in a Christmas play. (I think we will agree to call it a play now for the sake of this story, otherwise, what it was remains a subject of mystery… Continue reading Acting, work and rambling