Image Source: Twitter Throughout the week, the socials have been abuzz with news of our first female World Rally Championship (WRC) 2022 Safari Rally winner, Maxine Wahome. When I clicked to open my Twitter app this morning, I saw that a certain ‘Maxine Wahome’ was trending. I got curious. Because that name sounded too familiar. … Continue reading Celebrating my former Student, Maxine Wahome.
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It has been 525 days, more than a year and a half into singlehood. Shocker, I know, given most of you just recently found out. My previous relationship was an 8 year journey that was totally worth the while. I have an article on here about how to make your relationship last. And no, am … Continue reading It´s been all Good, Singleville
Do not get it twisted. I have a father, whom I totally love and revere. Every time this day comes am however left wondering whether I would have preferred a better one than the one I am currently blessed with. My answer is always the same. Yes, the same man I call Dad would still … Continue reading The Meaning of ‘Happy Father’s Day’ for a Daughter Raised by a Single Mother.
...of baby showers, new connections, friendships, discoveries. What a blessing!
Image by Marlon Romanelli from Pixabay Happy Easter y’all, As most of you may know by now, there has been a change of name of the YouTube channel I have been creating on. From today henceforth, you can find me on YouTube @herloveisqueen, which is also my Instagram and Twitter handle. Credit: Essie Love Doc … Continue reading YouTube channel name change
Unsplash.com This is the 4th time blogging this week and despite the fact that I have been unwell for the last 3 days or so, It is beyond fulfilling having to pick up my iPad and type away whenever I feel like it. I love and enjoy writing. I have been down with a cold … Continue reading Random: A Racist Pandemic, Black Lives Matter, Coronated, What’s Happening?
Pixabay.com Have you ever had an anxiety attack? The feel like your heart is literally about to detach from your chest. I am trying to find a better narrative to describe this but if you have had one, then you certainly have an idea. Your body feels like it is crawling out of your skin, … Continue reading What does an Anxiety Attack Feel Like?
Pixabay.com I remember with nostalgia the optimism with which we started this year. I was rostered for duty at 0500am on 1st January, 2020 so my 31st of December 2019 was spent indoors, chilling. My partner was reporting to work at midnight of the new year, she was up by 7pm to begin preparing, given … Continue reading Introducing ZuriChats: When it Rains, Play and Dance in the Puddle