The haggling, the sweet endearments, the lugambo…
What a week. Does the past week need an introduction; the gun tattoo, the toilet, another toilet and a child that will be born to us? Oh that child, all the way from the fashion capital of Rome… It was such a week.
It’s been such a busy week. Yours truly claimed more years in this world. And perhaps, even more rights of acting upon a lived experience. And as he was at it, some kingdom was celebrating its anniversary. The king told his subjects that the secret was one; ‘if you do God’s work, God will do your work.’ And for the last 50 years, the king claims he’s been doing nothing but God’s work. Between the king and God, one of them must be confused about each other’s work.
Anyway, the king was more romantic, he even pulled off some dance moves and one could confirm that ‘Uganda ewooma.’ From the king, we welcomed the queen, it’s the queen that brought a smile to the men’s face. “Please let your man be. Leave your man alone,” thus said the queen. It was the truest advice ever been given in this generation. We were not complaining. What did the prince say? As fate would have it, the prince’s speech was interrupted by the revolution.
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