If you can read this, thank Lord that He has spared you from the coronavirus pandemic…. Enjoy your Jamhuri Day as you try to stay safe.
A number of people are having their wedding ceremony set for the December Holidays. They consider it as away of celebrations.
I believe you have ever participated in a wedding ceremony. We all long for that day even if we are just guests. The challenge that comes with the day is; what is the best dress or attire for the day?
As much as this can look a bit simple, it always gives people headache. The bride and the bridegroom may choose their wedding colours of their choice.
The wedding ceremony may be different depending on the different cultures and religions. In addiction the bride and the bridegroom can also dictate the dressing code of the day.
Mostly, in african culture, we prefer women to dress in dresses and if possible african prints like ‘kitenge’. Long dress do well too.
What’s your take on this? In your culture do you have specific attire for a wedding ceremony? I would love to hear it. Kindly let’s know how it’s done. See more posts
It isn’t so easy to cope with the situation that comes with the sad news – you are suffering from diabetes! It sounds like a death sentence to someone ears.
I would like to encourage all those who are diabetic that they can live longer. Be strong. See what positive thing you can do instead of just looking at the negative side of it. Change your altitude and life style if need be.
Remember to follow doctor’s advice too. Do not live an isolated life. Talk about it. Educate others on the same.
I wish all of you a good health day!
Do you have something you can tell the people suffering from diabetes? Leave it as a comment and you will have encouraged a soul!
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I really miss that time when we used to invite everyone in the neighborhood to come and enjoy our birthday goodies. Not any longer! The company was amazing. The songs and dances not mentioning the happiness that came with sharing. It’s no more fun! We have to keep to the rule of stay home, stay safe, no gathering, keep social distance, no shaking hands and wear mask. The fun that came with being washed in cold water while people cheered is long gone.We have come up with indoor ways to remember this special day though not so entertaining. Yeah! We have to be a bit creative. Isn’t it?
So, yesterday was my birthday, 5July. I couldn’t invite my friends as I used. I couldn’t go shopping anyhowly. I had to make sure I celebrate my birthday through hooks and crooks. Yes, by all means. And so,this is what I did:
Booked the birthday cake online from one of the best bakery. A supermarket that I used to buy my stuff was ready to deliver all what I needed at the door steps. I was good to go! Morning came and everything was in my house by 10am.
I invited my friends through zoom links – an online platform. And believe it or not, at 2pm, we started our celebrations. Everything went on like any other birthday occasion.The only problem was although my friends could sing and enjoy the conversation, they couldn’t taste my cake nor wash me as we used to do it. Those were the shortcomings. All in all, the birthday came and went. I thank God for the gift of life and good health.
The pandemic is making us to be a bit creative….oooh.. I almost forgot…the birthday present/gifts are coming in by online. I have already received some. If you meant to send yours and you didn’t know how to do it, there is the PayPal below. If using your phone, this is my number…254111887814. I will appreciate your good wishes too.
I really feel to appreciate all responsible Dads who work tirelessly to make sure their families don’t miss a thing. Though sometimes it might be challenging, but they always go an extra mile through thick and thin to make their ends meet. Bravo! To such Dads. Keep up the good work...Happy Fathers’ Day!