My oh my, y'all last March 23rd your girl hit that quarter-century milestone. I am one of those people that are obsessed with their birthdays. How did I spend my 24th year? Well indoors like everyone else, which made it feel like this year’s birthday came too soon but hey the time had come, I guess. In today's, Unpacking Fridays I will unpack 25 lessons I learned in the past 25 years.
This letter is truly and doubtlessly a letter to the only person who will be left when everyone else is gone. To the woman of my life. To my love, my life, my everything. To me. Dear me, What happened to you? who taught you to unlove yourself? So sweetly that you thought it tasted… Continue reading A love letter to me
New years inspire and carry new Hopes for most people so as we all were saying good riddance to 2020, this year did not inspire much to most. Things seemed to not be getting any better if not worse even with the introduction of the vaccine. Now more than ever, tomorrow is not promised so we are grateful for today.
one of my friends went through a rough patch, once again 2020 doing its thing. And the only thing that seemed not to be crumbling was her relationship with her boyfriend. Well, it is not always the happiest moments but they keep going strong as she always tells me “Love takes it all”.
For the past 6 years, I have been dreading bedtime not because I am not tired enough but just because my demons catch up with me. In my sleep, I relive those memories I want to forget, those places I don't want to be, I meet those people I don't want to see. All this… Continue reading Twists and Turns
Dear John, I am writing to you today because I am still smiling. I know I always make fun of your taste be it in music, movies or wine but honestly, they are exquisite. You are always the only person I know who is always down for a Netflix marathon or whose playlists always make… Continue reading Letter to the last man that made me smile
Dear Dad, I know you to always have been loving and nurturing, to be warm-hearted and soft, and to be caring and thoughtful. Words cannot explain how grateful and proud I am to be your daughter. Your never-ending stories and jokes always help me go through the roughest patches of life. You are my role… Continue reading A letter to my loving father
Why Would You Take This Route? This Friday Rogers Wanambwa helps us Unpack dating in our twenties, he shares valuable lessons from his personal experience and lets it play a blueprint role in our lives. Take notes, I bet a few of us got this down.I always somehow get roped into this topic by different… Continue reading Staying Single Through Your Twenties In This Generation by Rogers Wanambwa
Dear John,I always wondered why I drop all my home training once I pass the gates of my home. Why I always acted in a rush or deaf while walking. Or why I wouldn’t dare to wear a skirt, dress, tight jeans when I walked out alone. All these brought me back to you.You made… Continue reading A letter to the men that catcalled me
Dear John,How have you been? I hope you are doing well. Me? I am doing okay, I guess. I have not been wasting my time on someone for the past two months, which is how long you wasted my time.I still remember sitting anticipating if you would be the person whom I saw on my… Continue reading A letter to the one that stood me up