Guest post – Savvy Kenya

Savvy Kenya started blogging back when no one knew what a blog was, I think it is fit to refer to her as a veteran blogger. She chronicled her University life on The Diary of a Kenyan Campus Girl . She now has her own domain, check out her website Savvy Kenya where she blogs about everything from sports, technology, entertainment, graduate school, various events, traveling, there is something there for everyone.

Savvy is a prolific writer, love how she describes everything to detail, helping you create a mental picture to go with her words.  I think what I find most intriguing about her is the fact that she would like to be a sports writer, an area most women have not ventured into. From her love for Kenyan football, it is very evident from her posts that she would excel at it.

Follow her on twitter @savvykenya

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My sojourn to Sabina Joy

http://www.mocality.co.ke/b/Sabina-Joy/f03abdc1-9538-486c-98d9-cf00bc8f77ac

Relax. I’m not getting into the flesh business. I was curious.

See, there was a time this blog of some prostitute named Sue  was the in-thing. Everyone read and praised her written word, so I wasn’t to be left behind. The first few posts were ok, enjoyable to read even. The stories seemed plausible. Asked by readers when/where/how/why she ventured into the trade, she wrote a post on how her first attempt was at Sabina Joy. Sabina Joy, simply known as SJ or Karumaindu (so I hear) has been around for as long as anyone can remember. It’s a famed brothel. In my mind, I pictured it to be in those dingy alleys somewhere near River Road.

So when I was told that it was just next to Ambassador Hotel, I was shocked! It is located on Moi Avenue, and the entrance is between Nevada Fish and Chips and an M-Pesa Kiosk. You can easily miss it. I decided I was going to follow my spirit of adventure into this brothel located in broad daylight, just to see what goes on. I know, I know, it doesn’t take much imagination to figure out what happens inside a whore-house..but still.

On a Wednesday evening, I had managed to generate enough interest in a friend of mine (female) and dragged her along with me to SJ. At the entrance begins a flight of stairs covered in a red, threadbare and dirty carpet (did I arrange my adjectives well?!). Since it was at an off-peak time, there were no girls along the stairs sitting with feet apart, no panties (so I hear!). They generally grab you anywhere and everywhere as you ascend into the den of sin.

With trepidation we finally reached the bar, the nerve center, where the conjugal negotiations took place. I said it was off-peak time so the place had about 10 people in total, including the waitresses and barman. Let me try describing the room. As you enter, on your left corner is the bar. More like a metal cage, not those fancy bars at the clubs with high stools and a smiling barman. The bar in this case was like a cell, covered by bars, with crates of beer stocked high.

We scanned across the room, looking for a place to sit. The chairs and tables were low, the tables covered in cheap plastic covers. Near the bar sat a group of women, obviously prostitutes. If you are looking for hot hookers, try elsewhere. SJ has this kind of women who are on the other of the weight scale, who wear short skirts exposing cellulite thighs and short tight tops exposing a well fed stomachs. The ladies were not drinking anything, just looking around.

At the other corner sat a few men, all looking forlornly into their beers. We sat nearby and tried to settle in, like we were at a regular pub. The waitress came to take our order. My friend tried to ask for gin and tonic! Here’s something you should know, they don’t serve anything in a glass, just straight from the bottle! In the end we had to settle for beers. Near us, a man was having a beer while buying soda for some hooker. After they agree on price, they’ll go upstairs and rent rooms, paying per the hour or for a whole night.

Usually, ladies of the night don’t buy drinks, and if they are bought for drinks, only soda. So we weren’t acting or looking the part. Of course we were the subject of bold stares or furtive looks. We wondered what we were doing there, because you don’t go to SJ for ‘one for the road’ or an evening drink with a friend. The ambience doesn’t allow it. The music was some old school rumba, which was turned low for the evening news on the TV mounted on a wall. We left soon after that drink, not having seen much action.

I had seen SJ, where ladies sell their bodies for as little as 50 bob for a shot (I suppose a quickie by the corridors leading to the washrooms) and a night will cost you 1200 or so. The men at SJ could not look at someone in the eye. Most frequenters of SJ are broke students. The men look normal, respectable. Is it that they can’t get any women to sleep with them for free? Ok, sex is never really free if you consider money spent on dates, taxi fare, emotional stuff etc. But these indirect payments before sex help maintain our dignity.

Why would a virile, normal looking man look for a hooker for sex? I wonder.

Gracias and my apologies

I would like to extend a huge thank you to the bloggers who contributed to 12 guest posts for Christmas, namely Valentia, KevDaNative, Dee_spicable and Aria. Words cannot express how grateful I am for your submissions 🙂

To my readers, I sincerely apologies for not delivering on the 12 posts as promised, it was out of my hands. Convincing 12 people to write posts in December is no easy fete. Hopefully the bloggers who owe me will deliver one day, no pressure from me….

As for the future of 12 guest posts for Christmas, I will not lie, it looks bleak. Maybe I will pass on the mantle to someone else, I will know for sure this December.

Otherwise, keep reading Revealed 🙂

 

4th guest post for Christmas ~ Aria

A month or two ago, I got a notification from wordpress that Aria’s Coolade was now following me.
I thought that was a very cool name for a blog, so I decided to check out it out. She just had two posts, and from the comments section, I discovered she was Kenyan, and that I could probably know her. I was, and still am very curious to know who Aria is 🙂
Aria is still very new in this here blogosphere, but reading her stuff makes you wonder why she took so long to start blogging! She writes beautifully, her descriptions paint the perfect picture in your mind and her stories are very relatable. I always look forward to reading her posts so I was very glad she agreed to guest post on Revealed.
Check out her blog, Aria’s Coolade for tales of fact, fiction and everything in between.
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Excited! That’s an understatement when I think about my first reaction when the chirpy Nkiro asked me to write a guest post for her. I couldn’t believe someone, let alone a seasoned blogger, had asked me to grace her corner of WordPress. Many thanks to the lovely Nkirdizzle 🙂

Corporate Carnage!

Getting fired was not on my bucket list of ‘Things to do before I turned 30.’ Sky diving? Definitely. An across Africa road trip? Very likely. Spend a crazy week partying it up in Ibiza? Damn straight. Get hitched? Possibly. Start and successfully run my own business? Wholeheartedly. But getting fired? Never saw that coming.

I got back from the Queen’s land full of hopes,dreams and grand illusions. I sent out applications to all top notch organizations confident something would come up pretty soon. I didn’t stress; I knew my lofty job was on its way. One month….two….four….eight….crickets! I would go on interviews but the feedback I kept getting was that I was overqualified or that I had the right papers but not enough practical work experience. So there I was, 8 months into the jobless zone when I got a call from an organization I had interviewed at some months earlier. A new position had opened up, they said, and they wanted me to take it up. I was excited. Finally! A job! Plus, the prospect of a regular source of income didn’t hurt one bit. I dusted off my suits and got ready to rejoin the rat race.

Week one was mainly orientation and trying to remember everyone’s name. They all seemed friendly enough and as I rotated around departments, I got a feel of the work environment that I was now a part of. To be honest, I didn’t exactly love it but I put it down to first week jitters.

Two weeks in and the nagging whispers that I had been pushing to the back of my mind became a screeching cresendo. And despite the sunny
optimistic disposition I was putting out, I begun to accept what I had been denying. I was not going to be happy here. Something just didn’t fit right. The people were nice but you could tell there was something a bit untruthful behind the wide smiles. Things just seemed a little too plastic but I kept my thoughts to myself and went about doing the best I could.

One month down the line, even with my faithful  ‘imaginary radio’ (the silences got to me so I would sing songs in my head to keep me sane and make the hours move just a little bit faster. You don’t have to tell me I’m weird…I got the memo already, lol) I began to seriously loathe the place. When people asked me how I liked it, I was honest, “I don’t like it. I don’t feel like I’m learning anything, I don’t fit into the whole setting
and the first chance I get to bail, I’m gonna take it.” So I got the speech. You know, the one where people tell you that you should feel lucky that you are employed as jobs are hard to come by and to give it time and you will get used to it. So I did exactly that. I gave it time. But the only thing that accomplished was strengthening my resolve that I HATED it. Waking up every morning utterly dreading the thought that you have to return to *that* place is clearly not a good sign. I’m not naive enough to think that one should love absolutely everything about your job. Most people I know hate their jobs but when you dig deeper, there is at least SOMETHING that they were getting out of it. A great salary. Benefits. Job satisfaction. A steep learning curve. New challenges. I got none of these and therein lay the problem.

But I was a trooper. I went in, I smiled, I participated in inane conversations while holding an imaginary gun to my head, I did my work and got good at it. So after month two, I was tranferred to the department I had actually been recruited for after successfully impressing the supervisor who was training me. She gave the recommendation that I was ready to move on. I was honestly excited. Finally, a new challenge…I was now going to get experience in my field of study. I thought to myself, “You did it, now things will only get better from here.” How wrong I was. I set about getting to know members of my new department and discussing my JD with my boss. I was not experienced in most of it, but that’s what I was here for, right? To learn. So I embraced it and even went so far as to dig up my campus notes for reference whenever I encountered certain problems. Nilijitolea!

Two weeks into it, I realized something….my boss was really clueless. She gave me tasks she had no clue how to go about, the most basic tasks, and expected me (inexperienced me) to do them. But I didn’t complain. I did my research, I consulted people in the field and got stuff done somehow. Then she would go present my work to the bosses and take credit for it. But even then, I didn’t really mind or care. It was all in the spirit of team work right?

Week 3 under her and she gives me this pile of statistical work that I had no clue what to do with. Allow me to say, that stats and math are not my strong suits. Not in the least. But I took it on regardless. That was the beginning of the end. I would walk into the office everyday and want to bang my head against the computer. WTF was I doing here! It got to a point where loathing was an understatement whenever I spoke or thought of my job. I felt like my life was just wasting away. Every day a little piece of me died and I couldn’t believe that a job was making me feel so disillusioned with my life. Was it really worth it? I enetertained thoughts of handing in my resignation letter. But I fought it because in the end, I had nothing
to fall back on. Depressing days where I would count the minutes to the end of the day became my routine. I mastered the art of ‘Sucking It Up’. I buckled down, did my work, went home. In the midst of all this, I made friends with two women in the office who repeatedly warned me that I shouldn’t take everything I encounter there at face value, that people were not what they seemed and I should watch my back. I had sensed weird undercurrents in some interactions with certain people (most notably, my immediate boss) but I never believed people were going to be intentionally malicious so I took my friends’ advice with a pinch of salt. Naivete galore!

Appraisal day was coming around and I was pretty sure I was going to get a positive appraisal. Despite the fact that every time I was making a presentation to my boss, she would be fidgeting and munching on something looking completely distracted. She would always give me positive feedback on my progress. I really believed I would get a decent review of my work so far, as when when she piled her work on me, I never complained. When she sent me to functions she was supposed to attend to go to represent her, I went. Even when she would shout at me across the room to dial a number for her, I would bite my tongue and dial. Yes,i’m not kidding. She had me freaking dial for her! How much lazier can you get!! (insert expletive here)! During my first week there, I had come up with a list of ideas on how to better meet objectives and save on costs but she had shot them all down. I had sat day in and day out listening to conversations on how evil the world had become, how the hell people could wear g-strings and how the world was going to hell in a handbasket. I never once sniggered or verbalized the snide comments I was making in my head. So when she flipped the script during the appraisal and claimed I had shown no initiative, I hadn’t made an effort to gel with my co-workers and hadn’t made any worthwhile contributions to the department, I was flabbergasted. How dare this woman tell me I hadn’t tried! Bloody (insert appropriate expletive here). Suffice it to say, I still hold some resentment towards her. 5 o’clock that same day found me in the HR office signing a termination letter and clearing out my desk.

To be honest, I was pissed as hell for a very long time. But after the anger came the realization that the universe had probably nudged me, nay, practically shoved me into something I hadn’t had the guts to do myself. I wasn’t particularly passionate about my job but I was too scared to go back to being an unemployed statistic. It was a sucky way to live. That experience made me realize that I was being complacent and meekly allowing my life to just pass me by. I had relinquished the reigns and let the universe take over; allowed other people to influence my decisions even when those decisions were making me miserable.

Getting fired gave me the push I needed to pursue my true passions. The drive to go after the things I had pushed to the back burner because they were risky and I had taken the easy way out by remaining in a dead-end job that assured me of a pay cheque at the end of the month. Putting my signature on that termination letter pushed me out of my comfort zone and prompted me to take risks. I don’t know if it will work but at least now I know that I have tried and won’t live with the ghost of ‘What If.’

So this festive season as we all celebrate and prepare to usher in a new year, I reckon we should take a leap of faith. I’m not saying quit your job, all I’m saying is pursue something that makes you happy or fulfills you in some way. Even if it’s a side hustle. Think about it.
Happy Holidays!

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3rd guest post for Christmas ~ Dee_spicable

My next featured blogger is a very witty, funny, sweet and talented guy. Nothing like the loser he portrays himself to be, so do not fall for all his tweets, though you should follow him @Dee_spicable . I think it must take a lot of energy and brain power to come up with so many original jokes in a society where plagiarism is the order of the day.

He needs to explain why he likes portraying himself as a pedo bear though, and why he is so in love with unicorns.  Is it due to the major dry spell he claims to be in? Or is this his way of trying to make us like him? Because I think it really works in his favour 😉

If you want to know just how brilliant this man is, check out his blog which he needs to update more  I am suburbia and get a glimpse of how good a writer he is.

Take it away Dee…

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Hey everyone, so right off the bat you should know that being invited to do a guess post on @Nkirdizzle ‘s blog is one of the biggest honours I’ve ever had, and even though I have a prostate the size of the Nyayo Stadium roundabout I’m not afraid to admit that this girl gives me life threatening heart boners because of her awesomeness. Thanks, doll.

How to be a loser in 2012: My New Year’s Devolutions

So 2011 has finally come off its period and almost everybody (with the exception of Amy Winehouse, Osama, Gaddafi, Tupac etc) is looking forward to a glorious 2012. And what better way to do this than by making up a list of New Year resolutions in our hopes that we will stop all being complete diarrhoea dispensers and try to make the most of our rather pointless and pathetic lives. Because I’m a bandwagon jumping trendy faggot, I’ll gladly join in this massive multi-hit combo of fuckery, by giving you a step by step program on how to make it as a LOSER in 2012- Because I’m sure being good looking and likeable in 2011 didn’t work out for you as much as you hoped.

STEP 1: DON’T BE AN ASSHOLE

Seems confounding, doesn’t it? But trust me; this is in no way contradictory. If you take a look back in time, most of the ‘coolest’ people favoured by life are absolutely raging try hard whores who, through a series of ridiculously inexplicable and implausible events, turned out to be adored by a generation of people who have their heads stuck up so far up their ass they can’t tell the difference between a headache and a stomach-ache.

Studies have shown that 67% of women will sleep with the men in this picture. This also means 67% of women have no self-esteem whatsoever.

Yes kids, I’m talking about the cool kids club- the popular clique, the jocks and the divas, the famesluts and the manwhores. I’d like to challenge you to think about your social circle right about now- Who stands out the most and are well known in the clubs and bars and social spheres? That’s right; it’s the dickheads who act like the sun revolves around their pretty little assholes, who treat people with such impunity it makes dictatorial governments blush. If you want to be a real loser in 2012, you need to really stand out by being a genuinely nice person. Being a nice person will never really make you popular, you’ll never get the kind of girls (or guys) you think you deserve and definitely will NOT get you laid. Trust me on the last bit. Nice guys don’t finish last; they run an entirely different race.

STEP 2: DON’T CHEAT ON YOUR PARTNERS

We live in a point of time where infidelity is more commonplace than having a smokie-chapati combo for lunch in a public university. What was often referred to as ‘Sinning’ has been magically transformed (with all thanks to social media) to ‘Winning’. Hardly a day goes by without you hearing about some famous soccer player, politician, socialite, Old Testament prophet (citation needed) playing lawn tennis with his or her privates. Seems like everyone’s got their shit super-pumped up about fucking everyone except the people they actually claim to care about.

Your resistance only makes my penis harder!!!!!

I bet you can think of at least 5 people close to you who are in some sort of affair right about now, can’t you? And how does life punish them for their indiscretions?  By elevating them to the top of the social ladder, that’s how. So if you really want to be an assburger in the year 2012, remain faithful. It’s so unheard of nowadays it’s virtually become hipster.  Everyone will be like, “Ugh, I can’t believe you don’t cheat on your boyfriend/girlfriend. What are you, some sort of android tablet or something?’’ The jocks, in particular, have gone from a party of proud public school boys and closet gays to a party of proud homosexuals and closet public school boys

STEP 3: GIVE A FUCK.

The world seems obsessed with NOT giving a fuck. About anything. About everything. The number of times I want to tear my penis out through my asshole because someone said ‘I don’t give a fuck’ or ‘I have no fucks left to give’ is astounding. Nobody cares anymore. At least, nobody cool does. It’s like it  officially makes you the biggest swinging dick in the room  So break the mould in 2012 by being someone who isn’t afraid to care about things that matter to you, no matter how amazingly retarded they are. That’s a sure definite way to end up in the bottom 3 of the popularity list in any social circle, I assure you! People renowned in not giving a fuck in as few words as possible are the new social idols of modern society.

Her physically abusive husband probably has an antidote for her acute dementia.

STEP 4: BE YOURSELF

There’s a famous quote that goes, ‘’be unique, because you are different…but don’t be different for the sake of being unique’’ I’m not sure who said it, but I’m pretty sure he was a douchebucket. But this is the penultimate step if you really want to be a loser in 2012. Just take a look at yourself. Chances are, you’re about as attractive as a pile of gym socks outside a Tuskys supermarket.  What was that? You don’t listen to Trance, house, dubstep or hipster bands so underground that only the Loch ness monster has heard of them? Sorry pal, but your taste in music is regrettably tragic. Kindly go kill yourself.

ARGHHHH!! I DON’T KNOW WHO CALVIN HARRIS OR DJ TiESTO IS!!! MY LIFE MEANS NOTHING!!!

Being yourself if possibly the single worst possible thing you can choose to be if you ever want to be popular.

Or cool.

Or charismatic.

Or sexy. (This is just me)

It’s a scientific fact. Being fake and pretentious are the buzzwords of the social butterfly: You probably don’t even like yourself, how do you expect someone else to like you?  This is what the new age loser looks like. And this is why in 2012, in order to fight your way to the bottom of the popularity food chain, you’ll need to absolutely love the fucking shit out of yourself, and stay true to your values and principles. It’s harder than you can possibly imagine, folks.

So there you have it, a detailed description on how to be a loser in 2012. It seems like hard work, but with practice, I’m sure you’ll get the hang of it. And because I’m as sexually frustrated as a condom in a packet of birthday balloons, I leave you now with an awesome pic to inspire you to be all that you can be. A LOSER.

Merry fucking Christmas everybody.

2nd guest post for Christmas ~ KevDaNative

I really wanted to feature a photo blog this year, and the first blogger that came to mind was KevDaNative.

Kevin is a freelance photographer, who dabbles between Canon Rebel and Nikon D90 cameras. He has immortalized various events in picture form like Kinanda Fest, All that Jazz, Safaricom Sevens and many more. He also does  photo shoots where he manages to capture the beauty within everyone with just a click of his camera. I particularly like his black and white, and sepia shots, they are simply amazing.

Maybe this is where I should mention how I would love to get behind his lens my Christmas wish :p.

He recently launched his own website kevdanative.com spare a minute and witness the magic he captures behind his camera.

Introducing the handsome KevDaNative 🙂

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Smiles and Sunshine

Hi,

My name is Kevin and I love taking pictures. I don’t know when my love for pictures came about but it absolutely makes me happy to keep on clicking away.

My favorite style if you can call it that is portrait photography. Why you ask? Because of the smiles. A smile is a beautiful thing. It can make the crappiest of days seem like a skip through a field of flowers and other soft things. A smile can express emotions no words can ever convey. Is it not right then that a thousand words be conveyed by such?

Christmas is about smiles, it’s about   sharing a laugh with friends, family and loved ones. It’s a season to be jolly regardless of your beliefs and or practices. For me, its about appreciating where I’m from and looking forward to where I’m headed. It’s giving time to my family and those that matter in my life, spending time with those that I’ve neglected due to one reason or the other. It’s about sharing smiles.

Ever since I started concentrating on photography for my blog, my writing mojo disappeared. I guess I found another avenue to express myself. Now I’ve run out of words. Enjoy a few pictures. Thank you to the ever so awesome Nkirdizzle for hosting me.

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1st guest post for Christmas ~ Valentia

Our very first guest post comes from the delightful Miss Valentia, I think it is befitting to label her a veteran blogger seeing that she has been doing it since December 2007 on her blog Valentia.  She is newly engaged (Congratulations hun 🙂 ), a lover of music (I am sure you are familiar with ValFM), a former Diasporan and a food enthusiast. She is always tweeting links to food websites and recipes, so I asked her to do a food inspired post.

She was kind enough to share with us a tantalizing pork recipe that I am already dying to try out. Here she is, chef extraordinaire….. Valentia 🙂

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Black Lantern Pork Ribs with a Valentia Inspired Twist

The bubbly and sunshiny @Nkirdizzle asked me to write a guest post about all things food related…and the things I’ve learnt about my various travels up and about this continent of ours.

Cooking is one of the joys of my life. I dislike regimented cooking (aka that home cooking where you have to ensure you have cooked sijui 3 different vegetables etc- type of cooking). I love experimenting with recipes I’ve read about or tried, or some of mummy’s tried and tested recipes. It usually involves some good music and a glass of something delicious (insert glass of white/rose wine, Baileys, herbal tea or smoothie) to get the process moving.

I spend my time (in unequal proportions) in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. They are all *home* for me for various reasons (family, work, love). As a foodie (albeit a learner) I have come to love foods from these countries and experiment with different ingredients in my kitchen.

One thing everyone knows about Uganda is that they love their pork. Goodness me..the first time I went, I was inundated  with different pork recipes left, right and centre. From the simple roast pork (or pork choma to us Kenyans), oven baked pork, marinated pork, stir fried pork with vegetables. The list is endless…

One of my favorite places to visit in Uganda is Black Lantern near the Bujagali Falls in Jinja. I fell in love with a delicious pork rib recipe that I simply had to re-create at home. So we asked the chef how they prepared their signature dish and proceeded to make it at home in Kampala the next weekend. I added my own twist to the recipe and it was all kinds of awesome (The original recipe didn’t have aromat, thyme or tomato puree).

Disclaimer:

When I marinate meats I tend to taste the marinade as I go along. I highly recommend this as you can then tweak the marinade to your specific taste. This may also explain why my measurements are vague…Happy cooking!

Ingredients:

  • Pork ribs (now the quantity depends on you.  If you are a lover of pork then aim for four to five ribs per person)
  • Apricot jam
  • Tomato ketchup
  • Honey
  • Tomato puree
  • Thyme
  • Aromat
  • Black pepper
  • Barbecue  sauce
  • Onions
  • Ginger
  • Garlic

Directions:

  1. Chop the onions, garlic and ginger roughly.
  2. Put the pork chops in a heavy pan and add the onions, ginger and garlic. Top up with water and boil for one hour.
  3. Drain the pork ribs. You can retain the onions, garlic and ginger to add to the marinade if you wish.
  4. To mix the marinade, mix the honey, tomato puree, thyme, apricot jam, ketchup, aromat, black pepper and barbecue sauce in a bowl. (I normally add the different ingredients bit by bit, tasting as I go along until I get it to the right consistency)

    The marinade

  5. Coat the pork ribs with the marinade and arrange them on the baking tray (or simplify things for yourself and mix the marinade in the dish you are planning to bake the ribs in! #Win)
  6. Cover the tray with foil and oven bake for one hour or until they are done to your liking. Alternatively, you can roast the ribs. If you choose to roast the ribs, slow roasting works best.

Marinated Pork

7. Serve with avocado, boiled or fried cassava slices, kachumbari, ugali, fries, salads or whatever other accompaniment you desire.

Now this is what the Black Lantern ribs look like…

Black Lantern Ribs

Tis the season to be merry and what-not…so give this pork recipe a try and yes, feel free to tweet me and let me know how good it tastes! Pork is not a waist friendly food…lakini as my beloved @a_kabari says “Eat drink & make merry for in January, we diet!”

 

ValFM:

  • Dance for you- Beyonce
  • Letter to my ex- Tanya Lacey
  • Lights on- Katy B ft Ms. Dynamite
  • Let’s go crazy- Prince

 

12 guest posts for Christmas

It’s 19 days to Christmas, and I am excited. I love this season, it’s fun and joyful and fattening 🙂

I woke up singing ‘We 3 Kings’ and to my utter dismay, I couldn’t remember some lines in the first verse 😦 I wont get into details about my confused lyrics.

It is that time of year again, where I make like Santa and award you with the gift of guest posts from 12 other bloggers this Christmas. The first run last year was awesome, you can read some great guest posts from here.

I can guarantee you that this year’s run will be even more amazing, so stay tuned for some fantastic blog posts.

 

Bisous,