2013's 10

When I was 14years old, I used to keep a diary. I'd hide it at the far back of my bedroom drawer so nobody would find it..what magnificent hiding skills..lol.  According to that diary, I am meant to get married, sit my bar exam and conceive my first child ALL in 2014.  My reasoning was to do it on my '14 of 2014(My birthday is June 14th. Falls on a Saturday in 2014..perfect day to achieve all those.)
*Please give me a few minutes to roll on the floor and laugh my friggin behind off..(I promise to explain this in February)*

Anyhow, I don't keep a diary anymore although I occasionally use my good mind and the virtual pen to vent when I'd rather not talk which is most of the time..lol.
In my 2013 virtual/mind-diary, there are people and things to whom I owe gratitude for sticking it up for me when this year rocked and/or sucked. I came up with a list of 10 things/people that did it for me this
year(in no particular order);

                                                                    God;
..this is what I figure heaven looks like..lol.
I don't go to church as much as I used to. Actually I don't go anymore. However, this doesn't mean I don't believe in God anymore 'coz His graces have abound even when I've not consumed my weekly dose
of religion in a sanctuary. Somehow, I still find myself asking for His help.
   
                                                           Edward;
..,Edward<right> with a friend

Ah! If you need a brother for hire, this guy is your guy. I'll figure the rates and send them out to you. Best brother one could ask for. He has been there even when he shouldn't have. Let me crush on his couch switching channels when life was being life..in a really lousy way..lol. He's a trained counsellor, studied business, ended up in engineering and has the most positive attitude toward life! Bless him:-)

                                                             Daisy;

My very close friend and alter ego. This girl loves to shop even when it makes no sense to shop. Its her form of therapy. Her trips are where she drags people(I'm a frequent victim) to discuss burning issues..lol. She's a lovely soul this girl.

                                                      Family/Friends;
Can't say much here. Nothing like family/a few worthy chums to back you, scold you and urge you on.
                                                   
                                                  Jewelry Making;
I used to design jewelry for sale but have since quit to concentrate on other things..Hwoever, while I still did it, it kept me busy and fulfilled. We thank God for talent:-)
                                                        
                                                            Siena;

She's just four but speaks her mind like a teenager. Calls me 'Rosy'(which usually I'd hate but with her interesting accent, I don't mind it. She's not sure whether she wants to become a pilot, doctor, teacher or
bus driver but is a darn good conversationalist with an opinion on most things!

                                                                     My phone;
..ok, I don't actually own the most expensive phone in the world as pictured but I love my phone..lol.
This thing is stuck to my palm and is where I write most of my blog posts from. I also use it to mask my 'crazy' and pretend I'm on call; see, I laugh a lot, sometimes randomly in public when I reminisce on
stuff and nothing looks more cuckoo than a girl standing at the bus stop suddenly bursting into fits of laughte
r- so my celly comes in handy.
                                          My African Proverbs Handbook;

This book has some of the funniest quotes/sayings ever..makes you wonder if our 'ancestors' really came up with them..lol. Here are a few that made my year;
'No matter how fast you run, the buttocks will always remain behind'- Igbo proverb

'When a man is stung by a bee, he doesn’t set off to destroy all beehives’ – (Kenya)
‘The man who marries a beautiful woman, and the farmer who grows corn by the roadside have the same problem’ – Ethiopia.
No matter how hot your anger is, it cannot cook yam’ – Nigeria.
‘If the throat can grant passage to a knife, the anus should wonder how to expel it’ – Seychelles
There’s no virgin in a maternity ward’ – Cameroon
‘A child can play with its mother’s breasts, but not its father’s testicles’ – Guinea



                                                           The blogosphere;


I love me a hardcover book to read so I can flip pages and see progress as I delve further into the story I'm reading. However, there's a wealth of knowledge on the internet(like you don't already know..lol) and especially on the blogging arena. I've discovered blogs that have become my go-to zones for fashion, fun and news.

                                                           Kazini readers;
Followers and readers of this blog. I've not been very consistent posting, something I hope to improve in 2014; 10posts at the very least per month, but the feedback I get keeps me at it. Thank you for
reading..I really appreciate it.
Bigger, Better things coming up..stay tuned:-) 

There are off course other things that were highlights of my year but that's for another day as I have to run.

Finally,

My 2014 message to you;
If we care to admit it, Love and/or dreams are what keep us going so..,

In dreams, I sincerely hope you endeavor to achieve things that will not only profit you but those around you.

In love, if you have found it, appreciate it. If you haven't, I wish you love.
If you have it and are taking it for granted, may baby cupid punish you..as in literally strike to kill you with the little arrow on his back..heck I'll even loan him arrows upon request..lol!


Finally, learn to let things go, live life and let live!
Thank you for reading, stay blessed and Happy 2014 people!!

Xoxo,
Kazini Daily!!
KAZINI DAILY: 2013's 10

Friday, 10 January 2014

2013's 10

When I was 14years old, I used to keep a diary. I'd hide it at the far back of my bedroom drawer so nobody would find it..what magnificent hiding skills..lol.  According to that diary, I am meant to get married, sit my bar exam and conceive my first child ALL in 2014.  My reasoning was to do it on my '14 of 2014(My birthday is June 14th. Falls on a Saturday in 2014..perfect day to achieve all those.)
*Please give me a few minutes to roll on the floor and laugh my friggin behind off..(I promise to explain this in February)*

Anyhow, I don't keep a diary anymore although I occasionally use my good mind and the virtual pen to vent when I'd rather not talk which is most of the time..lol.
In my 2013 virtual/mind-diary, there are people and things to whom I owe gratitude for sticking it up for me when this year rocked and/or sucked. I came up with a list of 10 things/people that did it for me this
year(in no particular order);

                                                                    God;
..this is what I figure heaven looks like..lol.
I don't go to church as much as I used to. Actually I don't go anymore. However, this doesn't mean I don't believe in God anymore 'coz His graces have abound even when I've not consumed my weekly dose
of religion in a sanctuary. Somehow, I still find myself asking for His help.
   
                                                           Edward;
..,Edward<right> with a friend

Ah! If you need a brother for hire, this guy is your guy. I'll figure the rates and send them out to you. Best brother one could ask for. He has been there even when he shouldn't have. Let me crush on his couch switching channels when life was being life..in a really lousy way..lol. He's a trained counsellor, studied business, ended up in engineering and has the most positive attitude toward life! Bless him:-)

                                                             Daisy;

My very close friend and alter ego. This girl loves to shop even when it makes no sense to shop. Its her form of therapy. Her trips are where she drags people(I'm a frequent victim) to discuss burning issues..lol. She's a lovely soul this girl.

                                                      Family/Friends;
Can't say much here. Nothing like family/a few worthy chums to back you, scold you and urge you on.
                                                   
                                                  Jewelry Making;
I used to design jewelry for sale but have since quit to concentrate on other things..Hwoever, while I still did it, it kept me busy and fulfilled. We thank God for talent:-)
                                                        
                                                            Siena;

She's just four but speaks her mind like a teenager. Calls me 'Rosy'(which usually I'd hate but with her interesting accent, I don't mind it. She's not sure whether she wants to become a pilot, doctor, teacher or
bus driver but is a darn good conversationalist with an opinion on most things!

                                                                     My phone;
..ok, I don't actually own the most expensive phone in the world as pictured but I love my phone..lol.
This thing is stuck to my palm and is where I write most of my blog posts from. I also use it to mask my 'crazy' and pretend I'm on call; see, I laugh a lot, sometimes randomly in public when I reminisce on
stuff and nothing looks more cuckoo than a girl standing at the bus stop suddenly bursting into fits of laughte
r- so my celly comes in handy.
                                          My African Proverbs Handbook;

This book has some of the funniest quotes/sayings ever..makes you wonder if our 'ancestors' really came up with them..lol. Here are a few that made my year;
'No matter how fast you run, the buttocks will always remain behind'- Igbo proverb

'When a man is stung by a bee, he doesn’t set off to destroy all beehives’ – (Kenya)
‘The man who marries a beautiful woman, and the farmer who grows corn by the roadside have the same problem’ – Ethiopia.
No matter how hot your anger is, it cannot cook yam’ – Nigeria.
‘If the throat can grant passage to a knife, the anus should wonder how to expel it’ – Seychelles
There’s no virgin in a maternity ward’ – Cameroon
‘A child can play with its mother’s breasts, but not its father’s testicles’ – Guinea



                                                           The blogosphere;


I love me a hardcover book to read so I can flip pages and see progress as I delve further into the story I'm reading. However, there's a wealth of knowledge on the internet(like you don't already know..lol) and especially on the blogging arena. I've discovered blogs that have become my go-to zones for fashion, fun and news.

                                                           Kazini readers;
Followers and readers of this blog. I've not been very consistent posting, something I hope to improve in 2014; 10posts at the very least per month, but the feedback I get keeps me at it. Thank you for
reading..I really appreciate it.
Bigger, Better things coming up..stay tuned:-) 

There are off course other things that were highlights of my year but that's for another day as I have to run.

Finally,

My 2014 message to you;
If we care to admit it, Love and/or dreams are what keep us going so..,

In dreams, I sincerely hope you endeavor to achieve things that will not only profit you but those around you.

In love, if you have found it, appreciate it. If you haven't, I wish you love.
If you have it and are taking it for granted, may baby cupid punish you..as in literally strike to kill you with the little arrow on his back..heck I'll even loan him arrows upon request..lol!


Finally, learn to let things go, live life and let live!
Thank you for reading, stay blessed and Happy 2014 people!!

Xoxo,
Kazini Daily!!

15 Comments:

At 10 January 2014 at 15:13 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kazini Daily !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great one mate! Great one.

 
At 10 January 2014 at 16:45 , Blogger nashipae napono said...

Great post Nyamz. I wish you a prosperous 2014

 
At 10 January 2014 at 21:00 , Blogger bUITI said...

Lol the line on baby cupid is so funny
www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

 
At 11 January 2014 at 00:33 , Blogger Uje Alfred said...

Thank u kazini

Have a fruitful and blessed year
xx

 
At 11 January 2014 at 08:34 , Blogger Busola Coutts said...

That is really sweet and so much fun to read. Aww, you are surrounded with amazing people and age doesn't even matter so long as they bring you so much. Very nice post.

Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments on my blog. From your comments, I feel like you get me and i appreciate that a lot.

Have a great weekend.

http://www.thefashionstirfry.com

 
At 13 January 2014 at 06:49 , Blogger Mwanaidi Nuhu said...

Happy birthday dearr what a lovely post thanks for the message to us all i appreciate it
www.middysfashionsite.blogspot.com

 
At 13 January 2014 at 19:23 , Blogger CLAUDIA PERSI said...

Awesome post! Thank you so much for your comment on my blog. I really do appreciate. If you wish we can follow each other, if you enjoyed my blog. :)
Following you now.
Take care
http://claudiapersi.blogspot.ca/

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:12 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

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At 13 January 2014 at 20:13 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

Thanks a bunch mate:)

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:19 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

Thanks Claudia:)

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:22 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

Thanks Mwanaidi, I appreciate:)

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:25 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

aww..thnks Busola- Ur awesome!

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:27 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

Thanks Uje:)

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:29 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

hehehe..cupid shd arrest these people o!

 
At 13 January 2014 at 20:31 , Blogger ROSELYN K said...

THANKS NASH..TO U AS WELL:)

 

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