Period should end a sentence and not someone’s education.
“Our moons are a time of cleansing and renewal. Recognizing this cycle helps keep us healthy in body and mind and reminds the community of our significance as women,” said Patty Smith of the Leech Lake Band of Minnesota Ojibwe. As we celebrate Menstrual Health Day, I would like us to put emphasis on normalisingContinue reading “Menstrual Health Day:See her through her red times.”
God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.”- Rudyard Kipling Hello beautiful people. Hope you’re all coping well amidst the tensions of COVID19.This too shall pass. Mom, I know that you are often undermined in the home. We focus on our father the provider forgetting the gentle strokes that breathe his generosity ourContinue reading “Dear African Mama”
This post is motivated by a compilation of a few things going on in my life,some I’ve seen or heard. Questions going on in my own mind like, who am I, where am I going, what or who do I need? Growing up, I thought I had a good idea of what being a womanContinue reading “A closer look;The untold story”
Birth never waits for war,or a hospital or even a health worker,it is natural. A child is born amidst the pain, suffering and torture. At a distance I watched this old lady, tired as she looked and by the sores under her feet, I could tell she had moved for quite a long time now.BruisedContinue reading “Lifeless before sunrise”