Blogs I suddenly love

There are three sides to every story: your side, their side and the truth.

Well, there are also so many styles of writing and with the rising number of blogs and support from platforms like WordPress, I found myself delving into the world of other bloggers in Kenya.

I simply key in the tag: Nairobi or Kenya and read the posts that follow.

So, it’s no surprise that I am addicted to these blogs and I am always eager for new posts from them in my reader log.

  • Random Nairobi Musings: If you’re there, you’ve got to read the post on Kenyan Mutura if you are like me who has always wondered what draws people to mutura, then it’ll shed a lot of light, especially on the belief that ‘I’ll just buy one, then twenty shillings becomes forty, later the hundred shillings is gone and you are digging into your pocket for coins.’
  • Kuna Matata : If you are ever in the world of Ekra’s stories, then take your time reading her posts and if you are a single young lady then have a cup of tea and read If I were pregnant kind of musings. Trust me, you’ll thank me later, that’s if you don’t (a) choke on your tea, (b) spill your tea, (c) die of laughter or (d) simply nod and say ‘amen sister!’
  • Iamrabih : I love pictures and anyone who knows their way with a camera, especially when it comes to nature shots, has me sold! Looking forward to more shots from him, in the meantime (psst! Rabih, I am going to be all over your IG, you’ll see)

Those are the three sides to my story about my sudden fascination with these blogs, trust me when you visit them you’ll be charmed.

Have a lovely day people!

 

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