The conflict between marriage and friendship
A couple of weeks ago I was web surfing and came upon an article on married vs. single friendship written by Demetira L Lucas. In it she posed the question: Should women in relationships have single friends?
Abstinence ili che, but…
Last year I wrote an (rather tame) article for a Fashion/Christian magazine that coincided with the uproar surrounding the ‘Sex-Ed curriculum’ debate. And since World AIDS day is just around the corner I thought it would be a good time to fish it out and perhaps be a little more honest than I was.
A car worth writing about
Last weekend my husband and I were driving to my aunt’s house, the road was a little bumpy and I found myself going “wooooooh”. The only other person who had ever made that sound when driving was my dad.
Here and Now
Test: You’re reading this right? Are you really thinking about what I’m going to write or are you thinking about something else? No? You’re thinking what the hell is she talking about? Ok…on to the post then.
Who are the people in your neighbourhood?
I was watching the news last week and there was a poll asking whether you feel safe in your neighbourhood. I’ve been thinking about that Sesame Street song for a little while now, but let’s not get carried away by that nostalgic melody.
Fashion beats weather.
Winter’s here, and I can feel the enthusiasm for leaving my apartment dwindling, fast. And coming with it are my boring, unattractive and dull clothes, right? Wrong!
Meditation isn’t always easy, at least for me.
It’s hard to meditate when you’re a mouth breather.
I’ve been a little stressed the past couple of weeks, partly due to my jam-packed to-do list and my over achieving attitude. Needless to say, “woo-sah” has been an inevitable mantra I’ve been chanting.