The old chap should be hitting 60 next year. He has grown a bit frazzled. His big belly that I used tease when I was five is gone, his shoulders that he carried me on, are now haggard and his hair has gone all grey. I no longer run towards him when I spot him … Continue reading At 18, I hang on to dreams from my father.
For 6 months, 647 hours, I lived that name..." and it perhaps changed how my whole life works out or will ever work out." There are days I felt like quitting, and those days were many.Teaching was tough, the number books waiting to be marked overwhelming and the whole routine annoying.There are days that the … Continue reading Teacher Susan.
I am seated at Uhuru Park... 12:00 noon. Across me stands Wangari Maathai's famous board(Is it her who put it up really?) 'Lest we forget.' I am in a black official coat and clutching to a fat ass bag and I seem to mean business so I look a bit obscure to the many people … Continue reading Lost thoughts.
Our family has one norm that we strive to keep every night, family devotion. Of course, sometimes (most times like most families) we pretend to be all sleepy so that the devotion ends quickly. So the other day, July 13 was no different as my mother led the devotion.However, one quote from the daily bread … Continue reading Wisdom lingers.
Since time immemorial, the law has always intrigued me both as a career path and as an academic field. So it took me by surprise when I learned that by Thursday last week, out of the 14 candidates who had vied for the post of Chief Justice in Kenya, only two among them were … Continue reading Life is a jungle gym.
Last Sunday, I was having a chat with one of my high school best friends, Seshi (she is Luhya btw and yes, she loves chicken),is often bubbly, has always been crazy and the type to make your day, doting rather, and has had the same measure craze to wanting to pursue medicine for the … Continue reading Your life is not pegged on a clothe line.