It took a while to sink in but it at last did. Ethiopia has created such a mile stone by having their first woman president , something which is not an easy one to achieve ,even in the first world countries,its never a walk in the park. Continue reading “Lets talk women leadership over a little coffee”
Since it is hard to get perfect,a near perfect coffee world ought to have ;
Diversity, inclusivity ,equality and GOOD PAY.
Diversity meaning black,white coloured,poor, rich ,educated, uneducated,from whatever region,physically fit or challenged and whatever else you can think of and deem it ‘diverse’ ,all should feel at home when and where coffee is mentioned. Continue reading “Perfect coffee world”
Today I had a taste of South African tea, my second time to taste anything South African my first having been just yesterday and still tea. The difference is that Yesterdays tea had some milk and it tasted heavenly, I bet it is the tea we will be having in heaven,of course those of us who will make to sit on those unfillable seven forms(seats). By the way, who is the originator of that story of there being seven forms in heaven?!! Continue reading “Diversity and choices”
I wrote sometimes back of my changing tastes, Just to update you Continue reading “different views-say caffeinated”
With this cold weather,#kenyanwinter, one sure way to keep warm is by keeping a good cup of coffee by your side. A sip every now and then will most definitely keep you warm, awake , Chilled,sane among other sound attributes not to mention the quickest way to do away with those Continue reading “Cold &Caffeinated flashbacks”
It is raining. I am stuck in the office. Yet again I forgot nowadays it always rains every evening , I wonder who should get the blame for my forgetting,I guess my middle name should take the blame, as for ‘ME’ it wasn’t me!
Had it not been that someone was picking her up at the bus stage she would have alighted in the middle of the traffic and walked the remaining distance. More so she did not know her destination so all she could do was practise a little patience in the more often than not standstill traffic occasionally counting the number of cars on the other lanes. Continue reading “town and bits of coffee”