Sons of Jeroboam. You lift your long necks through your neighbors fence and see a bright red rose. You walk majestically and cut it and bring it to your house. What should you do to the said rose after plucking it. You look for the choicest vase and put water in it, deep the rose 🌹 in there so that it continues to thrive. You also put rooting medium and put it next to the windows so that the sunshine on her shoulders makes her happy and she blooms and blossoms into a beautiful rose bush.
Now that’s what is expected, but woe unto you sons of Jeroboam. For you cut off the rose and put it in a jug that doesn’t even have water. Next you check she is wilting and dying and then you start looking into other gardens for new roses. Have you forgotten what wahengas meant in ukiona vyaelea jua vimeundwa🤔
This post is not about roses.

Songs of the day,’sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy’ John Denver. ‘Buy me a rose, call me from work, open the door for me why would it hurt, show me you love me by the look in your eyes, these are the little things, I need the most in my life.’ Kenny Rogers/ Luther Vandross.

Published by Nyar Kaheti

Born and raised on the picturesque slopes of Mt Kenya, Nyar Kaheti is your girl next door vibe kind of girl. She enjoys reading, writing, hiking, and listening to country music among other things.

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