She looked as her children huddled in front of the tiny television set. It was only seven this Saturday morning yet all her six children from the nine year old down to the nine months old toddler were awake. There had been no light for days and they had been in the dark. The… Continue reading IN PURSUIT OF PARADISE
His head bobbed to the crooner that bleated through his car stereo. The meaningless words seemed to make a lot of sense to him as he sang along with a passion matching that of the artiste’s as if he himself was bewitched by the waist that inspired the song. He looked ahead and smiled as… Continue reading ON BLIND SIGHT
She watched him change before her eyes. She watched him over the years as his tender nature took on a much gruffer one and his voice hardened from the once soft spoken sound, and his easy going nature slowly became clouded under the grumpy, impatient snappy one. She really did not blame him. How could… Continue reading She watched him change before her eyes.
The white men had brought in horses. She watched with despair her husband’s ravenous eye. She had always known him to be such a man but the coming of the white men had unleashed the beast in him. He had struggled to purchase every artefact and merchandise brought in by the white men. He… Continue reading WHEN THE HORSES CAME
Originally posted on Hope's Diaries:
I’ve recently reached a milestone in my life. Its probably the reason I’ve been moved to break my blogging silence. 😊 I am truly happy and encouraged that God was with me through my struggles and brought me out of them. I’ve learned so many lessons in the process,…
He had done this several times and he enjoyed the thrill of it. He always looked the part of the poor victim who had high hopes who had had it dashed. And more dramatically so in instances where they felt collectively guilty and weird around him and were avoiding him because of it. Adamson had… Continue reading WHEN THE JOKE’S ON GOD
I remember my dad to be a very loving man. Somewhere along the line, he joined a church and things changed. I did not have a say because I was only a child. He was an external auditor and he always went out early and came back late. I was treated differently from my… Continue reading I AM GREATNESS