A sure bet.

Kuna vitu ambavyo ni sure bet. Kama mat ya 2NK kupitia fuelling station immediately after kutoka stage. Then some dude gets out and rushes to the washrooms to relieve himself and I’m left wondering what could he have done if it hadn’t stopped? Then again as I’d said in my opening remarks, hii ni sure bet. Haki vile hilo jambo hunikera, I think I was born for flying 😂. Ni vile tu sijawahidiscover my potential.
Lakini kuna vitu vingine hukanganya mtu. Ever since our cottage industries vanished and we started importing everything from the Chinese including toothpick, siku hizi suruali ikipasuka unashangaa kama uchukue uzi na sindano uexercise your domestic science ama ununue super glue juu siku hizi zinaunganishwa na glue. Haki wachinku nyinyi.🤔
Also do you remember the kiwi variants; black, brown and toney red? Siku hizi shoes hucome in all colours mpaka kiatu kikikwaruzwa unashangaa kama uende mūthokinjū paints wakumixie na wakupakie kiatu juu as you all know wakati fiatu fyako finafyong’ara ndifyo unafyong’ara.
And just when I was beginning to feel my royal blood coming to life and hoped I’d be crowned the next queen of England kaboom Prince Charles beat me to it. I had even planned that my ascension to the throne would happen parallelogramically with the swearing in of the fifth. Then again I guess I’m not a sure bet like this man from Sugoi. All I can eagerly wait for now is the kaholiday. My don’t I love holidays.
#StillTheChronicler.

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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