Monthly Archives: September 2014

Misfits

I have a friend, my neighbor at work until only a few months ago, who is clearly meant to be doing something else. This woman has the engine to do anything in the world she chooses. Sometime ago, she wrote … Continue reading

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In a rush

We are told the seasons, they are a-changing. This translates into, “have all the fun you can muster, for very soon, you will not be able to do what you can do now.” So we have been doing a lot … Continue reading

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Strange beginnings

I could never in a million years ever have thought I would ever start a story like this… This is a league I know next to nothing about. In fact, I used to make fun of Americans, who hold a … Continue reading

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Zin’enaku

Today I had car trouble. I looked around for help and all I could see was blank faces and set jaws, drivers too busy with life to care about a stranger with problems. Most of them were driving to something … Continue reading

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Staring at the monster

I have been given the opportunity to revisit the Clutter case, something so awesome, if you gerrit, that the great Capote wrote about it . Of course I want to be mentioned in the same line as Capote some day. … Continue reading

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Random things

Some of the highlights of our lives in the last four months. There have been many firsts. Far too many. In this period, we went from totally settled Ugandans to something of thrill junkies. Somehow, even if the people we … Continue reading

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On future novelists

Agatha Christie said the best time to think up a new book us when you are doing the dishes. Little girl seems to have caught on. Slowly but surely, we are settling in

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