Showing posts from April, 2014

Things you should never stop doing for yourself......

Marc and Angel inspired me to share this piece, This is Ess and Sydney Poulton inspired me to do the stock. This three bloggers have been a really awesome and good source of inspirational in my blog articles and life in general. Truly,writing just like photography is an art that touches many, a single article just like a single capture that tell a thousand words untold.

What is that desired dream,action, name it that you have wanted to do since forever? Well,here are some of the things you should never stop doing to yourself. Take stock because the sooner you heed those desires,the sooner you move to the next level!From Marc and Angel:

Never stop stretching and improving yourself. – Always dream and shoot higher than you think is possible.  Do not bother trying to be better than your peers or predecessors.  Try to be better than you ever knew YOU could be.Never stop listening to your own inner voice. – The unhappiest folks are those who care the most about what everyon…

African Beauty

The bald head or short hair was not fashion until recently. Short  hair with a touch of some colour like red, white and other unique colours has made African ladies kill it in a 'fashion kind of talk'. To them hair does not define them at all but their deeds tells it all.

With Kenya being on the map for an Oscar Award from our very

They will never know – Dying Dreams!


Autism Awareness Month

Autism is categorized as a developmental disability known to cause social,communication and behavioral challenges. It can sometimes be detected at the age of 18 months or even younger.

The impairments involved with autism include repetitive communication and restricted mindset with a limited imagination.These lead to delay in language and social growth. The behavior and activities for kids with autism is not the same as the 'normal kids'. Children with Autism develop at different rates in different areas of growth.

The disabilities are lifelong though through careful training, therapy sessions and sensitive support an autistic can be improved. The impairments maybe associated with cognitive disabilities.

Autism is a lifelong condition, and the available, necessary supports and treatment change as people  move through major life phases.With the rising diagnostic rate of 1 in 68 it is important that we anticipate the pressing need for supports and programs for people  across …

For His Eyes Only....

Eight years sounds like a life time. To me it is just like the blink of an eye. It is funny how time flies so fast.He was a soul mate,father,brother,friend,colleague,mentor to many. My little sister was barely a year old to even know what was happening then.She has his qualities of one who cannot be put down by words alone. When kids talk out loud of what their father's have done for them,she defends herself by saying her father is in the states. Even without a father figure she never questions why...but lives every moment as if he is right there.

For the three beautiful ladies we hold special memories,we put in mind that the Owner of the Vineyard picks only the ripe fruits.

Here is to you Daah-dee,

Just like the blanket you bought me,
When i barely knew my name,
Daah-dee is what i called you,
Rocking me in your arms,
It was the safest place i ever had,
Years are gone,
This journey seems to be long,
I wish you are not so far away,
I miss you terribly,
You are in a better place,