What do we carry from Love?

This article got me thinking hard about how we love. And after the love is gone or turns sour, what is left to show of it?

I came across this blog yesterday and have been reading all her posts. Sojourner is the name, and her blog is http://ssojourner.blogspot.com.

Love it.



I really have not been myself of late. I think its either fatigue or I am coming down with a flu bug 😦 H has been very patient with me, thank God for him πŸ™‚

I have also fallen behind with my reading. This is the last book I read.

It’s a weird and sad book, and I loved the suspense.Β 

Next book I will read is Animal Farm by George Orwell.(Thanks to Wamakeri) I think I have a Swahili copy at my folk’s place and if not will have to get myself a copy. Yes, a Swahili copy he he.

Β ION, I am to lead one of the services at our church later this month; the Kikuyu service! Gotta brush up on that and learn a few more songs before that time. At least we have the Kikuyu Bible, hymnΒ and prayer book( Were a wedding present from the Church elders) need to open them up before then.Is it tradition to gift the married couple these books in all churches or its justΒ ours?

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Which reminds me, a friend is getting married in December and needs a great MC ideas anyone?

Β hint hint… she would not mind a female MC……

White Maasai…

 …Is one of the books I am reading at the moment.

Book cover

I still do not know what to make of it so I will trudge along till the end. I have not decided if this German woman who left her life in Biel

Β  Bliss….

behind to move to BarsaloiΒ Β  Β Β Β Β  Β is mad or courageous!

Β I think it takes a certain level of insanity (for lack of a better description) to do that, taking into account that she had nothing in common with Samburu hubby, including language. And she was 27 years old at the time.

Has anybody else read this book?

All pics from Google search πŸ™‚