Life Life Lessons
I Urgently Need a Good Nurse, Can You Help?

Slightly over 17 years ago I watched my mother force-feed my father as he slowly deteriorated. His mind had given up and his body wasn’t fighting much. In a matter of months, he was gone. Those who exploited him and had run away in his time of need were back singing praises of my father’s

Kenya Life Life Lessons
To Stay or Leave? Where is My Future

  “I want a man,” Muthoni said jokingly as we entered the car. I laughed, Muthoni always says the most random things. “No I am serious Rose, I am not joking, this whole story of chasing a career down a road to nowhere. Imagine I am done!” She wasn’t smiling this time, she was so

Life Life Lessons Nuggets of Wisdom
Living My Dream: Let’s Be Honest

I had a series of interviews a few weeks ago. I will share my experience with two of them. When I was called to schedule the interviews I was filled with dread. I have never really liked interviews, they remind me of the uncomfortable conversations I used to have with my dreaded paternal grandmother. Nyar

Flash Fiction Life Monologue
The Rhythm of Depression

“Depression is real. It’s like a thick cloud that refuses to ease up, it starts as a simple cover that doesn’t dissipate. It solidifies and drops like a boulder on your shoulders piercing into your mind and soul. It never seems to let up. There are moments it lifts after a series of exasperating heaves



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