Skinny-dipping Wont

Too exhausted by the amateur semi-urban atmosphere, we forged ahead amidst miniature clouds of dust as the December heat scorched us where we couldn’t soothe. I frisked my underarm to confirm that the emaciated bar of soap I had managed to swipe was still intact; now foaming from all the sweat spurting out of my…

Nostalgic Fridays

The infamous war with water (or was it soap?) One unique aspect of being African is that you get the opportunity of being raised by parents of a similar quality; the ability to have a burning answer to every stupid question and the paranoia hiding behind every innocent talk. Growing up, as weird as it…

Good things Fall Apart.

Maybe someday we’ll be Sequels of what fate had brought together *Perrez* when two people are elusive&intimate with each other ,this is the highest level that a relationship can reach,as many believe so…whether or not the break up is always formidable.One thing is for sure, it will make a monumental difference in the lives of…

Letters to Molly

By USA Today best selling author Denver Perry. Darling Molly, This is why people don’t write letters anymore. I feel like a douche. But here I am, in all my douche glory, writing you a letter I am never going to send. I am glad my sister was too into Jamie to notice us. I’m…

Tips to make sure you are drinking enough water.

The phrase water is life is slowly crossing the cliché line these days but I came across a related and more fantastic one. Thousands have lived without love, not one without water. W. H. Audren I wrote an article a very long time back and I can basically sum it all up by one tittle…

Unveil your dreams (how to beat procrastination)

Procrastination is the bad habit of putting off until the day after tomorrow what should have been done the day before yesterday. Napoleon Hill Procrastination is the mother of all failures, I say. Repeatedly drowning in my currently non-existent dreams, which of course, are just dreams. There’s an actual thin line between laziness and procrastination…

Once gone by Blake Pierce

So, this brilliant chap, Blake Pierce, has more than one crime solving/ mystery series with up to ten books per each. I wonder how he did it. And most of them, this FBI agent, Riley Paige, is solving murders in her town. I feel a connection to this particular series because it nudges the feminism…