Hello… Happy New Month! Happy New Month! *insert the Ugandan style ululations* It is the middle of the year! Congratulations you’ve made it this far! Isn’t God amazing. Personally, I’m so thankful that I get to reach the middle of yet another year. I’m so thankful for how the previous months have turned out, especially… Continue reading Catching up: The year so far.
You know age is catching up with you when your friends begin having bridal showers!. Once upon a time it was Sunday school, little ballerina dressers, play dates and then suddenly, it is proposals, engagements, bridal showers, weddings, babies. When did we grow up?! When did this happen?. Meanwhile, is it just me or does… Continue reading Of Ugandan Bridal Showers and sex.
Life is full of surprises but this doesn’t stop us from planning and setting goals. Pardon the title of this post. I couldn’t decide on which of them to leave, and since WordPress doesn’t limit us (does it?), I decided to exercise my right to have such a title.😁😁. It is 10th January already and… Continue reading Resolutions don’t have to fail always || Make resolutions that work.
Hello Everyone!. Merry Christmas! How are you doing?. Here’s a real quick and (hopefully) short post. A friend was wondering why I’m so excited about travelling to the village for the Christmas holiday. Before I continue with that, what’s with we Ugandans and having Christmas in the village?. If you come from a typical Ugandan… Continue reading Merry Christmas!.
How’s everyone doing? On 21st August, we had the first ever Rolex festival in Uganda. For my non Ugandan readers, we don’t mean the rolex watch. So, what is Rolex, you ask… Rolex is a Ugandan delicacy that is basically a mixture of chapati (known as pancakes to most of you) and eggs rolled together.… Continue reading Kampala Rolex Festival Season 1.
First of all, Happy Mothers Day to all the special mothers and mother figures out there: keep being the best you can be always. This is my second quotes post, and its all about African adages/proverbs. We all remember these proverbs from our primary 5 classes. (That topic we loved to hate because we had… Continue reading Quotes: African Adages.