Sunday, August 25, 2019

First 42: Getting The News And An Incurable Laziness

By Nancy Cherotich This is about my pregnancy journey that I am calling “My first 42” and every week I will blog about my experience...

At what point do Africans in America lose touch with reality about their home...

By Silas Nyanchwani Africans living in the United States can be a tad boring and exasperating when talking to their relations back in Africa. There...

Kisii Women Are Just Looking For Men to Marry

By Silas Nyancwani Did you know that the first ever socialite — was her name Toxic?,was Kisii. She was some decent pair of goods, light-skin,...

Meet Gwada Ogot; The Kenyan Presidential aspirant who wants Use of Marijuana Legalized

By Silas Nyanchwani Gwada Ogot wants to be elected president of Kenya. He also wants more. A few years ago, former Republican Presidential hopeful Ron...

The lonely and at times pitiable lives of Africans in Diaspora

By Silas Nyanchwani A Ugandan friend currently studying in an exclusively White college in the North East of the United States wrote me a long...

First 42: My Favorite Position.

My sleeping pattern has become erratic. Not because I suffer from amnesia, but because getting a comfortable sleeping position is getting harder by the...

My First 42: What I am Craving

By Nancy Cherotich One of the most frequently asked question when I meet people and they realize that the bulge I have is not just...

My First 42: Anxiety Sets In

I am exhausted. Every day I keep looking out for signs that I am in labor. I still have some more time before my...

My First 42: Though Shall Colic Stay Away

I started shopping as early as I could when I got pregnant with my first born. I could not help myself. I sometimes woke...

First 42: Choosing The Sex

By Nancy Cherotich If at the point of conception I would have a say on what sex the child I am carrying would be, I...