My husband and I had a discussion a couple of days ago. It eluded to the question if you are not going to get any recognition for the work you do, if you are not financially compensated for the efforts you make and if you do not get satisfaction from this work (not that I… Read More It’s All For Her!
Child, as I pick up our read this month, I am thinking about you. This story embodies everything I wish for you. I wish you grow up into strong woman, one who goes against the grain and takes up space. One who is comfortable in her skin and is always curious to learn. One who… Read More The Girl Who Knows About Cars: A Book Review
Zuva ranhasi ndasarudza kunyora zvinyorwa zvangu mururimi rwamai nokuda kwekuti ndimi dzedu, kunyanya-nyanya isu zvizvarwa zve Africa, dziri kufa. Chaita ndizvipire kunyora muChiShona nhasi kunyangwe vazhinji vevanhu vanoverenga zvinyorwa zvangu vasiri vanhu vanonzwisira rurimi urwu ndechekuti ini semubereki ndinoda kuti mwana wangu, vana vake uye vana vevana vake vakwanise kushanyira nzvimbo ino painternet nerimwe gore… Read More Beauty of the Mother Tongue
One day (whether I am here or not) my daughter will scroll these virtual pages. She will read every word I wrote trying to figure out what it is I was trying to leave behind for her, what thoughts were racing in my mind and why I left them here for eternity. Hopefully as she… Read More If I could time travel this is what I would do…
Are you a parent? How would you raise your child in a time when gender based violence is rife? … Read More Raising a Daughter in a Femicide Nation