Friday, July 07, 2006

First Post... more to come!

So I finally got a blog. It's about time; tired of walking around writing things in my head. Dashing home to jot them down, then finding I'd forgotten them. I'm also so PISSED OFF with some people that I need an anonymous place to GET. IT. OUT. Oh, be afraid. Be very afraid.

Hey, I feel better already!

More soon!

11 Comments:

Blogger baz said...

Please don't tease. Blog already!

11 July, 2006 17:24  
Blogger Mataachi said...

stage fright already?

12 July, 2006 16:54  
Blogger Kenyanchick said...

AAARGH the Pressure, the PRESSURE!! I'm blogging as fast as I can...
Baz, when are you going to update? Take that!

12 July, 2006 17:25  
Blogger Omar Basawad said...

Hope to read more of your posts! The last two have been interesting!

13 July, 2006 10:16  
Blogger Kenyanchick said...

He he, believe me, there is more. So much more. I've been writing like a demon...Watch this space!

13 July, 2006 11:52  
Blogger Kagz said...

ati..."i've been writing like a demon"???

just how do demons write ???

Teach me...

18 July, 2006 14:24  
Blogger ~sandinmyshoes~ said...

can't believe you hadn't been blogging before this... that "things you need to know about me" post is hilarious!

20 July, 2006 16:15  
Blogger Archer said...

First time reading your blog. I love your style! Welcome to KBW blogging.

22 July, 2006 01:19  
Anonymous mocha said...

Nothing beats putting a comment on someones first entry....so here is mine.

Karibu Blogland. Enjoy your anonymity (sp) for as long as you can.

I am already pissing in my pants.....off to read and catch up.

Better late than never!!! Au?

10 August, 2006 16:02  
Blogger Samborera said...

Interesting. You used to walk around writing things in your head before you started blogging? I only started experiencing those symptoms after I got into blogging.

06 November, 2006 13:38  
Blogger Julie said...

I just read the whole thing. This is the funniest blog I've ever read. Post more! I'm a Canadian girl but I lived in Arusha and Moshi for a while and have been taking Kiswahili for the past two years in Vancouver. At first, when I came back and looked around for a teacher, I didn't realize how different it is to be taught by a Kenyan and a Tanzanian so I had two teachers and I'd get so confused. The girl from TZ would keep saying "Stop listening to that guy; he doesn't know what he is saying because he mixes slang into everything and I don't even understand what you say anymore" and the Kenyan guy would say "That TZn girl is teaching you how to talk like an old lady" lakini ninapenda kujifunza Kiswahili! Hope I don’t lose it all living in Japan. I move there next month. Badae,
Julie

30 April, 2007 23:00  

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