At last!Computer access!All in all I must say that the weekend wasn't so bad. Got to see the family again. On Saturday I went with some friends to Atlantic Station. It's a beautiful place (the word beautiful being an understatement!), it's one of those places you send people pics of you at; and everyone knows you're living large!Went to some great coffee bar, the only problem is that the company I was with were more into discussion (aka gossip about their fellow Kenyans ) then more stimulating conversation material.
Then jioni we went to a joint that sells nyam chom. Oh you know you are around Kenyans when there is always a kubaff who comes to "taste" some of your meat and ends up taking a seat. I also managed to do some shopping earlier on but I have a pre-set spending limit coz things may not go well on the farm and there's no relief food around these parts.
In the evening me and my pal went to a joint that Kenyans like.The crowd was small this time round but I was pretty worn out so I didn't mind. Saw some nice gals but I am sure they were the kind who can only be maintained during harvest season and not during the current planting season. But I did meet a good one for the future. Then some Kenyan men just have bad manners how in the hell do you pee in a wide open parking lot.Damn! If you gotta do it then look for a bush and hide. To make things worse the person doing this was a total baba, you know 40 and older. As we were hanging out I was told quite a few stories about the mingi drama and problems Kenyans are in, mpaka I was like I think I will just stick to my simple farm life and see if I can get one of our KBW gals to join me (hint,hint).
ps: I went to see Dave Chapelle's block party.It's pretty good, I highly recommend it!
pps: Why are so many Kenyans relocating to ATL environs from other states? This storos of going to Walmart, Kroger or taking some chic to the hair store and running into people speaking swa, kuyo,jeng and our other languages has become too much. I am going to the INS and telling them that the limit for Kenyans here has been surpassed.
pps2: I have found my fave cd of stock pics so now my blog can become a gift for those tired of looking at plain print.When I finished my last jobo in nai I compiled them from the collection I had picked!
pps3:This is so funny that I had to share: The Advice Columnist!
"Me and my roommate both use a dildo when we aren't having regular sex with a guy. When they get all nasty after a while, we just toss them in the dishwasher. Well, the other day my parents came over and when they saw the dildos in the dishwasher, they refused to have anything to eat or drink. Are they just being paranoid or what?" - Fiona, Little Neck, NY
Fiona,Even if you do clean your "toys" by putting them in the dishwasher, there is something off-putting about knowing that your cups and saucers are being cleaned along with a dildo. How difficult is it just to clean it separately? Do you keep your dildo in the same drawer with your knives and forks? Try and keep your toys a little less visible and you'll have less difficulty with other people.
KBW ladies please take this advice to heart.Never forget that Aco cares for you......