I love the month June, no special reason. I think it has a cute name and the fact that it starts with a national holiday (Madaraka day) is obviously a big plus or maybe it’s because I once attended Madaraka Primary School for my early education. The Nun-run system that definitely shaped me to the great woman I am today.
My month started out very well indeed, a few extra hours of sleep and a day spent with mi familia is invaluable.
Mr. and I went to town window shopping or so I thought kumbe he wanted to buy me a pair of sports shoes to replace my not-so-good-looking ngoma rubber-shoes.
|I can feel the new spring in my step|
aaawwwhhh! he’s so sweet and thoughtful. The shoes are such a motivation to me and my exercise routine and also a challenge not to back out. Or is he politely trying to tell me something? No, no way. He loves the handles, he supports me unconditionally and has done so for the past 10 years.
I made some wonderful pancakes for our 4 O’clock tea and tomorrow’s breakfast.
|fluffy, golden and yummy!|
They turned out to be the best I have ever made, but then again what do you expect from a seasoned cook? mmhhh! she gets better with each meal.
I love it when my family can’t keep their peeps and noses out of the kitchen when I’m in there doing my magic and more so when their bellies always have room for “one more bite”.
My heart is cavorting ………….. Oh, such bliss!