Guess who moved? We did!
Remember I hinted at migrating in this post?
Welcome to my new home. Welcome! The doors are open so you can walk in at your pace. There’s plenty of room and seats to go around. Grab a chair, couch, futon, beanbag, whatever you are comfortable with. Do you want tea, coffee, water or fresh juice? Grab a cup! This is our official house warming party. 🙂
Allow me to tell you a story..
They say a change is as good as a rest. Who are they? I’m not quite sure. Were they right? That’s yet to be proven. All I know is, like the Wildebeests in The Mara and Serengeti, I had to migrate and this is now my new home.
If you’ve been around for a while, you have probably interacted with one of the two blogs: ‘Broken Engleash’ and ‘Confessions of a Nairobi Naturalista’. The first delved into faith while the latter was all about natural hair. I started each of those blogs with a goal to share different aspects of my life with the world. Having two blogs worked for a while but with time, things changed
I realized that different aspects of my life are intertwined. So trying to separate these two – faith and my passion for natural hair – didn’t make sense. In fact, it didn’t feel natural. There are things I couldn’t write on either platform because I was restricted. I longed for a place where I could be myself, fully. With this blog, I get to do that; I get to explore different things with you devoid of any restrictions.
I thought it poetic to move at the end of December (what with January and new beginnings). In line with new beginnings, the content here will be diverse. I’m also going to be posting more often (a couple of times a week) so expect more email alerts for new posts.
All in all, I hope that you’re going to stick with me just as you have on my previous blogs. And if you think the posts are dope, tell a friend to tell a friend because sharing is caring, donge?
Parting shot… for the day
Life is made up of many puzzle pieces that come together to form something whole. I hope that, as my pieces fall in place, they will bring a smile, comfort, kinship… something positive into your life.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF OUR NEW HOME? WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ MORE OF? LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS. 🙂