Monday, June 19, 2006

Moving house

I am currently moving to

If you can help me in anyway especially with the blogroll thingie
just wondering do I have to add one at a time, ouch if that is so

Wordpress is way too cool, it moves all your posts and comments for you!

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Wednesday, June 14, 2006


The devils' lies are so presentable that we accept them as truth.

Terry Law

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Rugby pics

They may not be the best lakini had to share....mocha those Tees you chics were selling are sawa!
Nonini is in the first pic
my mates and I in the third last one.

I am so proud to be Kenyan. I still have this fuzzy feeling in me. All brought about by the energy the cheering fans put into it.
Met some people I havent seen for like five years too!

She's not dead!!!

We called the boys in blue jana see the mama in pink and white, she saw that lady in town juzi. It still stinks and honestly it feels like a morgue that is bila power. The cops were ready to smash the door down. They only stopped coz that woman in pink had seen her. Now we're waiting for the council guys to check it out.

Monday, June 05, 2006

Is my neighbour dead?

Guys I think one of my neighbours has died in her flat. No one has seen her for over a week and there is very bad adour coming from under her door.

We have reported this to the city council, who have done nothing about it so far. I am thinking I should call the police or something. We were talking to the other neighbours about it but they reckon her pet might have died, and that she might have gone away.

will keep you posted....

Right now am kinda scared of even going past her door. What is it with the dead that scares me?

I went to see Kenya play rugby at Twickenham on the weekend. will post pics by tomorrow. might I just say that am very proud of those boys. I sang my heart out!

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Hay Fever

Its that time of the year again!
I recently discovered that Honey
gives you instant relief. Its been
working for me, just a teaspoonful
of honey and am good to go.

Try it!

Friday, May 12, 2006

This is true Love

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in him shall not perish
but have eternal life.

John 3:16 (New International Version)

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Where is God when it Hurts?

I'm reading this book 'where is God when it hurts' by Philip Yancey. I have found it to be very insightful. It was recommended by my friend the kenyananalsyt and now I recommend it to you. If you'r going through any kind of hurt be it physical or psychological , this book is for you. If you have a relative who is hurting in any way, again this book is for you!

I have taken a couple of exracts just to wet your apetite....mind this book is from a christian perspective.

"However deep the pit, God's Love is deaper still"

Why do relationships break when a couple encounters a crisis like illness?

"When a couple encounters a crisis, it magnifies what's already present in the relationship. Since Claudia and I happened to love each other deeply, and had worked on open communication, the crisis drove us to each other. Feeling of blame and anger against each other did not creep in. The crisis of illness merely brought to the surface and intensified feeling already present."

According to John the best way to prepare for suffering is to work on a strong, supportive life when you're healthy. You cannot suddenly fabricate foundations of strength; they must have been building all along.

The above extract got me thinking about my relationship with God. When I encounter crisis do I suddenly withdraw from Him or do I draw closer to Him?
This book will get you thinking and it will blow your mind. Please please read it. It will help you know what to say and what not to say when visitng the sick in hospital or even when dealing with a sick relative.

Let me not preEmpt the whole thing!

read 1 corinthians 13

"How do I help those who hurt?" The answer is "how do I Love?"

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Sharia Law

A teenage Somali boy has stabbed to death his father's killer in a public execution ordered by an Islamic court. Large crowds gathered at a Koranic school in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, to watch Mohamed Moallim, 16, stab Omar Hussein in the head and throat. Hussein had been convicted of killing the boy's father, Sheikh Osman Moallim, after a row about Mohamed's education. Islamic courts have brought a semblance of order to Mogadishu, imposing Sharia law after years of rule by warlords. Under Sharia law those who commit murder are punishable by death. Hussein was tied to a stake and had his head covered by a bag ahead of his execution. He shouted "There is no God but Allah" as Mohamed Moallim stepped up to take his revenge. Speaking afterwards, the boy said he felt satisfied that Hussein was dead. "I am happy now because I killed the man who killed my father," he told the Reuters news agency. The execution marked the first time the local court in the Bermuda district of Mogadishu had handed down a death penalty, local media reported. Residents in the nearby area have reported a drop in robberies, murder and general lawlessness since the court began its work, Radio HornAfrik said.