Suddenly, he pulled her inside the car. As she got in, she closed the door behind her. They gazed at each other. This time, more closely. He could notice her sparkling aqua eyes and her ripe, full lips. She possessed that look that would turn indifferent virtuous men like Dr. Erick On. 
At this moment, their interpersonal chemistry had taken progress to the next level. There was no room for hesitation. They kissed for short moment. Sharon did not want to release her grip from him. His kiss had robbed off her breathe. Her outfit was almost bursting at its seams. Her knees were becoming progressively weak.

*OBSESSION : I FELL IN LOVE WITH MY DOCTOR – 2*

OBSESSION – I FELL IN LOVE WITH MY DOCTOR (PART TWO)
™ *Melting Ice Towers*™

Advertisements

Where the mind awakens,🏃as the body UNwinds👒.That’s the spirit of DUBAI. 


Dubai is probably the favourite destination outside  the country for many Kenyans.Mention the city,and somebody around you knows someone who has been there,. works there or planning to go there in future. 

 To be honest  I’ve been a great local tourist but not an international one,I’m usually heading to more popular spots along the sandy beaches of Zanzibar  and Mombasa Kenya.But Dubai,i discovered is one of the greatest places to take that trip you’ve always yearned for-the flight can be scheduled depending on where exactly you want to depart before continuing with your journey.

With the latest airlines having all the facilities and comfort one deserves for that long destination. ​​

There are these five major places one would not want to miss if you decided to visit Abudhabi and they include: 

1.BURJ KHALIFA:It’s the tallest building in the whole world and stands 828 meters above the ground.

This height is damn crazy if your not used to such.That is approximately 8KICCs’ stack on top of each other.YouDubai

buy ticket(s) for a lift to the top where the top looks like a scale model with the persian gulf shimmering the background.

2:THE DANCING FOUNTAINS Right next to the Burj​ Khalifa is are Dubai fountains.A tourist magnet on their own ,with music from hidden speakers blaring in the background,the fountains ‘performance’is a sight to behold.

Majorly at night,7p.m. when  the city is bathed in light and the music even more enchanting in the quiet city.​

3.TOUR OLD DUBAI:For those who have been to Mombasa old town,this is more like it.Before skycrapers went thrusting into the sky from the bowels of the earth,Dubai was a quaint little city.

Characterized by narrow streets,with buildings from coral stones.

4.CITY TOUR TO PALM ISLAND:You might have heard of the ‘artificial islands’created by the United Arab Emirates.Built from sand and rock,the objective was to turn Dubai into a major tourist destination.

The island is a prestigious address and big hotels call it ‘home3’ ,the biggest being Atlantis  ,The palm ,a massive 1 ,539-room resort.A slow tour around the island reveals a quiet haven,if you have the money to call it home.​

5.SHOPPING AT DUBAI MALL:Shopping usually forms a key part of a travel itinerary ,as you look for souvenirs and some items that might be hard to find back home.

Dubai as a melting pot,provides an opportunity that is hard to miss ,so you can split off in a team and hire a taxi to any of the massive shopping malls here .

If you feeling like splashing some cash as the cabie*takes you around the(Tenth largest shopping mall in the world)or the mall of the Emirates.If you’re feeling a little cautious with your cash and looking for a bargain ,the Deira city center is for you.​

5-Magical💄👜👠👑 pillars every WOMAN👩 needs to THRIVE. 

1.SPIRITUAL MENTOR

To connect to that source of power, it takes more than just going to church.spiritual mentor is the person who will you walk through  your spiritual life to ensure  you are growing and thriving in your faith.And to get a mentor, you need not to look very far ,your local church is a great place to begin with. 


2.CAREER MENTOR.

Young lady as iron sharpens iron and so is to man.To soar great heights in your career you  need  a giant to show you the rules of the game.Identify a woman in the field whom you admire and can have access.

3.INNER CIRCLE:

“Do you have a group of sisters who you pray and study the Bible with?One needs an inner circle of women who you can wake up at 2a.m. to stand with you in prayer when you are in crisis.Two sisters are good enough,life is full of storms,you need a shield of sisters to cover you and your family from such attacks.

4.ROLE MODEL(s).

You want to succeed,i know it sounds cliche’but you need to identify a role model,a figure you look up to.After identifying that character…be it your mother or Opra Winfrey,study their life principals and ape them.

5.GET INTO A BOOK CLUB:

Read books as much as you can.Get challenged to write Your OWN,meet as often as possible  and discuss great books savouring words together as if they were spoonful of creme’brulee,luxuriating in every perfect sentence”…

THIS MAN GABRIEL… 

AT SOME POINT…
By Wr. Gabriel Dinda.

At some point, I wanted to work at a media House so badly, that when Nation Newspaper did not accept my request, I felt dejected, rejected and just tired. 
As time went by, I realized that I was actually in a position to create a Media House. But why did I always look at myself as one who could only fit in a system, why?


At some point, I wanted to be employed as an accountant so badly that when I failed to get a chance in Oluch Kimira Irrigation Scheme, I felt so sad, so mad. However, as time went by, I realized that I could actually create an accounting firm of my own. But why did I always look at myself as one who could only fit in a system, why?
At some point I wanted to be a club official so badly, that when I missed the chance in my second year, I felt so weak, so weird. But as time went by, I realized that I could actually be a Founder of a club, a more focused club-then. But why did I always think that I could just fit in a system, why?
At some point, I wanted to get a first class so badly, that when I got Second Class Lower, I felt so foolish, so inadequate. However, as time went by, I realized that I could actually get a first class in my passion and talent. But why did I always think that I could only fit in a system, why?
PERHAPS, YOU ARE MEANT FOR SOMETHING BIGGER THAN THE ONE YOU BADLY WANT!

Moral story…

MEETING Lynda Ogutu…💝🎥📷the news ANCHOR. 

Have you ever admired somebody so much that you want to meet them? Dine with them or even shake their hand ? Perhaps being young and  leading a normal life doing house chores,partying,watching movies and taking selfies every time,at events you had that cappuccino a young person like me would term that as LIFE ‘.

But no,suddenly you feel  like you want to lead an extraordinary life adding value to yourself and society at large.You know you want to be successful, but completely have no idea where to begin you are not alone, apparently that’s what I’m going through but then i have come to learn that success is a JOURNEY, take it slow and easy but don’t forget to be young because growth is a process. 

When i was a kid, i was watching my favourite cartoon when evening came.My dad took the remote control  and switched to KBC which was by then like todays KTN NEWS to catch up with the seven o’clock news.I wasn’t disappointed either because it was a norm and seven was ‘daddys time’with the tv and so i had to respectI

this. 

I decided to join dad in watching though being young,i had ZERO interest in news since i knew it was meant for older people.Adults are boring anyway but then this time i decided to also keep up with the boredom.

I was keen on everything and the lady introduced herself… “Welcome to today’s seven o’clock news, my name is LYNDA OGUTU”…that’s when I got charged and even got interested in knowing more about the lady and what she did on television. 

My interest for television grew day after day,this was especially the seven o’clock news not because i was interested with it but then there was this lady with similar name to mine that always made me excited everytime she mentioned it.

I at times would forget to be at the TV area by that time,but then daddy would call me,we would the then sit quietly at the sofa and watch this young ,beautiful lady read news and this would make me very excited .

That was my first encounter with Lynda ogutu,which at a tender age made me have a keen eye for the media ,which i didn’t know would later be my area of interest in terms of my career.

One day i just told myself i was going to meet her but not with much belief.I think some people are just blessed by God with the gift of making impact.After i cleared my primary school,i really had that one desired long holiday before matiang’i had been appointed education CS.

I was always drawing,riding bike with my friends and  also went for picnics which i still do up to date.I did this for a while and time came in march when i was to join a prestigious high school in March.All of a sudden the desire to be like my name sake came back and i decided there was no turning back.

I don’t understand how it happened all i knew was her commanding feminine voice and beauty that made me admire and wanted so much to work with her.Everytime i introduced myself in class and even outside,one would come and ask if by any chance i have interacted with her or if i’m closely related to her.


I would smile and at times laugh when my folks said i talk like her.How could that be possible when my body size,being a form one and quite shy were just complete opposite of what my name sake was.I kept on pushing my dreams and everyone in class knew that i really wanted to work for the media.

In form two,i happened to meet Ian Mbugua at an open forum and felt like my dream was beginning to turn into a reality because i had only seen him on tv as a judge in Tusker project fame show.

I would caligraph my name as’that anchor ogutu’in all my text and exercise books and many thought it was a weird obsession when it was an honest admiration that flowed from the heart.Days turned into weeks ,months…years and more people would ask me the basis of my name.At times i would just say it  is a coincidence but then one at times would want me to justify which i did.

I continued keeping my dream alive this time by writing short stories and giving to my friends to read.One fine day,i woke up and wrote an article but then i said to myself i won’t keep it.I sent it through POSTA and had a feeling it was going to be published though i also wasn’t very sure about it .

My dream came true while i was still in the same class,during my coffee break a student called Noel came looking for me.The girl was known for being such a drama queen and a joker too but then i chose to listen to what she had to say .


She broke the good news for seeing my article published on the Sunday Nation Newspaper and this got me really excited.My classmates congratulated me for the achievement,and in a few weeks time my status in school had totally changed.But being an introvert,i kept it low.

Being published is every young writers dream,and mine was not an exception.This got me writing even more stories and that is how i seriously began writing.I mean,i didn’t begin this the other day as many GREAT authors acknowledge.Even though people made fun of my name at some point i still had my teachers,family and i am greatful to God for them.

At some point,when i began blogging which was my LAST option.I got blocked by individuals and even left whats app groups because of intimidation but i got a lady by the name Sikuku and Mr.Gabriel Dinda who told me to wake up ,shake off dust and continue racing which made me believe in myself once again.

Both told me of how they had made it at some point in writing which was an eye opener to me.”You will never go far when you STOP and throw stones at every dog that barks”…is what has kept me going through this tough and rough life.

I read articles from different writers and learn a new word every single day,i also watch tv and still see myself meeting Lynda Ogutu and  working at the standard Media at some point.i don’t know why ,i can’t  answer myself either but iam destined for greatness.Never be afraid of reaching stars.

people will always say things that hurt you but the Allahs’ grace is sufficient and it is the anchor we can hold unto.If you really want to meet somebody to or rather be like the person just go ahead and DO IT!This has made Part of my dreams turn into reality which at some point i  never thought would happen.

BONIFACE UNbounded .

Boniface Mwangi is an award winning photojournalist involved in sociopolitical activism through his initiative”TEAM COURAGE”.His mother being a business woman  Made him visit different parts of the country at a very tender age. Mwangi was moved to live with his grandparents  home in Nyeri central Kenya when he was only six years old. He later moved to Nairobi in a low income surbub of Ngara, High rise in Majengo, Githurai before settling in Pangani. ​Mwangi dropped out of school and helped his mother vend books to raise money for his basic needs, which probably nurtured him never to quit in life having come from a poor background. 


With all the struggle Mwangi went to school and studied Mass communication which will later make him work as an active journalist in the Kenyan Media industry,Boniface made his decision to quit active journalism after witnessing and documenting post-elections violence in kenya the year 2007 as a photographer for one of the main leading newspapers.The experience made him suffer postraumatic stress and depression;and he was also directly affected having to move temporarily,he got frustrated and had to cover the same politicians that had incited violence but still remain unpunished.

His first initiative was based on his persnonal strength;project ‘picha mtaani,swahili word for street exhibition showing pictures of the evidence that happened in 2007 after the national elections,between different tribes.This traveling exhibition was shown around the country for people to discuss reconciliation as well as promote national healing.This was later complimented by a documentary’HEAL THE NATION’which is being shown mostly in slum areas.​

Following this initiative Boniface has continued to develop stronger human rights stance in his work on fighting(political and corporate)impunity,speaking out against bad and corrupt political leadership and promoting message of peace for the elections that were to be conducted in the year 2013,with initiatives such as:’MAVULTURE and KENYA NI KWETU ‘which has gained a large support base.His latest initiative being PAWA254,a hub that he has largely funded himself.It is also a platform where artists and activists come together and discuss change towards the Kenyan society which benefits all citizens.​

Boniface Mwangi.

“Good work never goes unrewarded”,and with support from other activists Mwangi has won awards which include:MOST INFLUENTIAL AFRICANS OF 2014-NEW AFRICAN MAGAZINE.

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY USA-LEADERS 2013.

FOTO EVIDENCE AWARD-SPECIAL MENTION 2011.Only to mention a few since there are so many awards Mwangi has continued to receive.


Mwangi is also the founder of STREET EXHBITION’a traveling exhibition that was part of an effort to make people know how to live in peace to avoid fighting one another which absolutely adds no value.

In 2011,he spent proceedings from his personal investments to found as well as fund a creative hub,PAWA254,a collaborative space that brings together journalists,artists and activists seeking innovative ways to achieve social change.

Boniface,away from the limelight is a family man.A father of three young cute children namely;Simphiwe,Sifa and Mboya.Thus the saying’behind every succesful man their is a woman and for Mwangis case it is Hellen Njeri Mwangi who has stood by this man through thick and thin.


Mwangi has passion for change in society and has written books which are as well inspiring.Seems like he is a jack of all trades at a young age of 33 balancing both family and social life is actually not a walk in the park as many see it.People like Mwangi have the power to change the image of this country and the society at large.