25th December 2014
I visited Diane. Pretty Diane. There, I met her boy friend, Jake. Not boyfriend. The difference between the two words is the space between “boy” and “friend”. The space signifies a lot in their relationship. There are boundaries and limits. Continue reading “Eyes Wide Shut”
Monday, 22nd December
I went to a cinema with J. There, we watched the movie, Annie. J and I made plans for this Christmas season. J promised we were going to have fun. Boy did I have fun. Continue reading “An Emotional Existence”
Very Loyal Friends
Sunday, 21st December
Have you ever liked someone and one day, they do something that makes you like them less? Maybe on the Like Scale from one to ten your like for them was 9. Then they did the deed and it dropped to 8.5 or even 2. Be sincere. Continue reading “Very Loyal Friends”
Friday, 19 December…
Insenstive lovers put you in a world of heartache and pain. Dumb lovers are plain annoying. My sweetheart, J, has these two traits. Insenstive and dumb in one breath. J could be stabbing you in the face and when you scream, J would ask, “what’s wrong? Am I hurting you? How am I hurting Continue reading “Mean Mode”
I love few things. That means that I hate many things.
I hate stupid people; they make life difficult.
I hate people that lie unnecessarily. Continue reading “Broke Boyfriends”
Christmas is in the air and I can’t even smell it. Maybe it’s because I am older. (“Older” makes it sound like I am older than I really am). Well, I was not feeling Christmas. J has a whole lot of activities in line for us this season: seeing a play; going to the movies; going to watch a carol; Continue reading “Cisi, Cyberland and Christmas”
Sunday, 14th of December, 2014…
Sunday mornings are wonderful. You should have a reason for it to be wonderful. It could be that you are a Muslim and you are going to be home relaxing. You might be a Christian going to church and your spirits are already lifted because you LOVE going to church. Yes, you must love going to Continue reading “Sinless Sunday”
Friday 12 December, 2014…
I woke up happy and full of zest to tackle my day. I hadn’t seen my friend, Diane, for 2 days. We were down with malaria. I don’t know how I coped. We met up somewhere and we got to school. Continue reading “People judging people”
Grey had “fifty shades”. But then, I suspect I have hundred shades. I might have more than hundred shades- you can never be so sure when it comes to a woman. If you are close-minded, I suggest you don’t read this blog for the sake of your sanity. The content of this blog is written from the perspective of an Uneveryday girl with uneveryday dreams.