Memory of the never dying sound of the drum that brought the community together to achieve a common work goal rhymes freshly in my mind. Being an African, a Muganda to be exact is the best thing that ever happened … Continue reading The Sound of an Old Drum; African Solidarity
We often hear this from the ladies when they put on a gloomy dull face at a crazily entertaining dinner, it’s actually one of those excuses they will give their carefree boss when they miss a day without turning up … Continue reading A Bad Hair Day!
I think I love her, she makes my blood boil and my heart skip a beat. She has rich berry red lips, a sunset smile, deep rightly placed dimples and dark raven eyes that are angel-like, correctly placed in their … Continue reading #UgBlogWeek #5: Is This Love.
This short video(1:27Mins) will help you get the real picture of what I am trying to say in here… Here you go, mate. Watch with no fail… “It’s the confession not the priest that gives us absolution”. Confessor is a short … Continue reading The Confessor
It’s been a long year, filled with sadness and memories of hurt, but then again a fair share of joy and happiness. It’s been a year of making money and wasting it, setting goals and and principles, giving up and … Continue reading Season’s Greetings
I have been wanting and craving to write this article since time immemorial, the exams, school and everything that is associated with Education has been a major barrier and well also my laziness is a factor. Jumping off the blame and excuse isle, let’s talk about tobacco in depth, I am talking about Shisha, cigarettes and all those fancy things that you put between lips so as to produce smoke from your nostrils and mouth as deemed classy. We cannot rule out the fact that Tobacco has earned our country a significant amount of money, but then, the effect it … Continue reading What You didn’t Know About Tobacco.
By. Mauryn, mauryn143.blogspot.com Years ago I watched as a person very close to my heart/life was humiliated and rejected by almost everyone just because she had AIDS. Her own mother treated her like a leper…her children were told to keep away from her because she would infect them. How? Nobody could answer that then. She was found by the roadside near dead and eventually did pass on surrounded by strangers. Years have gone by and I have worked on forgiving myself for walking away from her when she needed someone. I have tried to convince myself that I was only ten … Continue reading I Simply Watched and did Nothing.