JUST LET GO.

He screeched into a sudden halt and half jumped, half leaped out of his Toyota Mark X. The parking lot was almost empty, save for two staff vans, an ambulance and a couple of personal automobiles. From a distance I could hear the wailing of sirens, indicating the dire need for attention. The nurse in… Continue reading JUST LET GO.

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TRAPPED

​By Martha Nderitu Hey awesome people! I have walked the face of the earth for twenty years, ten months, fifteen days and an undefined number of seconds (I am still walking on it 🙂 ). I once lay on the evergreen grass patch behind our homely Kiganjo house feeling trapped. I made a mental note… Continue reading TRAPPED