This is one of the posts I’ve been looking to put on my blog for the longest time! Haha! You guys always ask if Joyce and I are “twins”. Or let me correct myself and say, most of you have declared that Joyce Omondi and I are twins! Haha!
And as you may have guessed from now, Amina Abdi is an old high school friend of mine who, need I say, is doing amazing things in the entertainment space! Amina and I were in the same house - Chania/Yala and she was actually my senior, so we weren’t even allowed to be best buds! Hhaha! I remember her for fearlessness.
When I first landed in Kenya and let my readers know that I was in town, Miss Turu was one of the very first people to reach out to me.She messaged me on Instagram and asked that we catch up over coffee. I was elated as she’s certainly been on the list of people I’ve wanted to meet for a long time. We met at Art Caffe the very next day! And need I say, we’ll be friends for life!!
April you were the breath of fresh spring air that I so desperately needed. I took you in in big, bold gasps. I needed you to be what you were to me so thank you so much for coming through. Thank you. I found yellow in new and profound ways.
I'm just dropping by the blog to let you know I was featured on She Leads Africa. What a humbling opportunity! Feel free to visit their website here to learn more about me and what inspires me to keep creating a life a love!
What an honour it was to host 250 of my Kenyan readers and subscribers at my Meet and Greet! Thanks so much for coming through! It was truly an inspiring time of getting to know each other as well as indulging in some yummy hair goodies.
I’ve been away away since I was 17. I moved to South Africa then back to Kenya then to the United States for two years then to the UK for one year then back to the United States for one year. Then to Australia for exactly 649 days.