Ghosts can be friendly and frightful. The friendly visitors from the graves or our past usually come with good omens and bags of blessings. Then there are the horrid albeit wicked ghosts that never come with good tidings. In my experience, those are the persistent ones. They never seem to know when to leave reality and go back to their wooden boxes -which the haunted always remember sealing tightly and can’t comprehend how the darn creatures got out!-. Gaby’s ghosts are back from the past, one unpleasant; the other two very pleasant and welcome.
Ladies and gentlemen, Webisode 8 of Creekside Princess- The Big City
“Riiight,” Gaby flinched.
“Tafadhali boss.Sisi tuta shuka hapo mbele.Hapo Globe Cinema. Tutakuwa sawa.”
Gaby was shocked. This after all was Nairobi and they wanted to alight at a spot she never considered safe.
“Kalume, what do you mean by alighting there? Hapa sio Mombasa.Jiji kuna uhalifu mwingi sana.”
Jeff let the vehicle come to a slow halt just outside the City Council toilet. Leo came out and stood in the darkness with just the car’s interior lighting shining up against him. Kalume followed after giving Jeff a few ‘protective’ words on Gaby’s behalf.
“Sawa Jeff, mfikishe salama ama tutakusaka!”………………
This week we had a list of ten very insightful blogs. These blogs are run by Kenyan girls each with different content on different issues. Pay them a visit and I promise you will learn a thing or two at Blogs By .ke Girls.
We also had an insightful article by Marvin Tumbo on the relationship between a stunning woman and a spanking hot website. Yes, these two have more in common than you think. Read and learn folk, Of Bounce Rates and Stunning Women. Turns out the phrase ‘eye candy’ applies to cyber space as well.
Lat stop this week is Poetic Wednesday: Too Good, Too Late; Three very good poems by David Kagwi, Alfred Ochieng’ and Dancun Nyongesa. Read and vote and read some more.
Enjoy your weekend too.
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