Showing posts from November, 2011

Confessions of a dreamer.

California dreams… I dream of a life where all is well Of sunny boulevards and tree-lined walkways Of weekend barbeques and Sunday picnics Of fancy cocktail parties and all night discos Of white picket fences and big blue mansions Of exotic cuisine and vanilla martinis Of yellow summer dresses and red beach shorts Of power walks and spa treatments Of dinners for two and holidays abroad Of long-time friendships and genuine laughter Of stolen kisses and passionate love-making Of moon-lit walks and promises of forever Of running children and dotting grannies Of fresh breezes and camping fires Of extensive family brunches and outdoor games Of fond reminiscing and anticipation for a great future Of holding hands and crying together Of lifelong companionship and rock-hard loyalty I dream of a life where all is well…


i'm giving you my heart,all that is within i lay it all down for the sake of you my king. im giving you my dreams,laying down my rights im giving you my pride for the promise of new life and i surrender all to you,all to you and i surrender all to you,all to you... im singing you this song,im waiting at the cross all the world holds dear,i count it all as loss for the sake of knowing you,for the glory of your name to know the lasting joy,even sharing in your pain and i surrender it all to you...all to you...

One world to another...

It’s a scary new world L This is a good thing .I should be happy. No, I should be overjoyed. But I am not. I am actually scared. It’s a scary experience. I have wanted all along to forget you. And now it is happening. But I am actually scared. I could try to reason with myself as to why this is so… For a while, you were my world. And just like every world, there were mountains and there were valleys. There was rain and there were the sunny seasons. There was snow and there was spring. But it was my world. There were good days, and not so good days, and excellent days. There were days my world was peaceful and calm and filled with good cheer and there were gloomy days, when the skies were dark and gray, and the cold winds blew. But it was my world. And I had been in it long enough to know how to deal with it. I knew where to shelter myself when the rain started to pour heavily. I knew how to wade my way through the waters when the flood waters were high. I knew where to go

The 6th floor at Mulago Hospital.

Ces’t lavie; that’s life and that’s how it’s gonna be … So I have been going through a bit of a rough patch, managed to make my way out alive somehow and I have never felt so energized. So confident and full of the good vibes that am sure there is some sort of glow coming from me even as I walk the streets of Kampala. How did I do it, you ask? Well it’s my positive attitude. My new positive attitude. It was always said how attitude is everything but I never really quite got it or felt the impact like I have in the past few days. I decided to not let anything get to me. That’s life. It’s not fair. Not everyone and everything is the way it should be or you would like it to be…accept this and you will feel like you have just been reborn. So you failed your test; that’s life, and these things happen. Work harder so you can do better on the next one. Don’t spend the next three weeks wondering if you will never be able to graduate and how your future is ruined because you will not be