And I’ll testify of the battles You’ve won
How You were my portion when there wasn’t enough ( That’s right) And I’ll testify of the seas that we’ve crossed The waters You parted, the waves that I’ve walked
I am having a tough week and this song has been challenging and speaking to me. Hope you are blessed through it.
Happy Friday also, I am not a Burna Boy fan but this one ….
something about this jam makes her smile and sing along
Have a lovely Monday and week ahead.
I jammed to this song so much in 2019, it was my highest played gospel song.
This song is giving me pause in this season of my life. God still moves, He still works, He breaks all chains and He can work even where situations seem dead and hopeless.
In light of
the new phase I am in presently,I decided to share parenting-related articles
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Tagged about me, disability, grandparents, HONY, motherhood, music, sex, snowplow parenting, songs, Special Olympics, stuff about me
HHP is one of the first South African musicians I ever loved and in some ways he reminds me of the Mr so hearing of his death yesterday was bittersweet on so many levels.
Do you have song that reminds of you a very specific memory?
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Tagged about me, music
I recently discovered H.E.R. and love some of her songs.
Enjoy your weekend!
Thi is sadly Kenya …
… and then this is Nigeria
This post on the Nigerian version.
Some mellow songs to soak in …
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.
John 14:27 (NIV)
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Tagged books, cooking, faith, fatherhood, music, pasta recipe, recommendations, South Africa, Sunday Reads, Uganda, xenophobia
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Tagged 90s Music, ALU Mauritius, books, Books reading, decolonisation, education, faith, Kabali-Kagwa, Kenya, Kenyan elections, Kintu, marriage in Kenya, motherhood, music, Nigeria, photography, race, recipes, Refugees, Sunday Reads, Uganda
I discovered Lauren Daigle this week and she has quickly become a firm favourite. I am amazed at how she sounds like Adele but different. Here are some favourites to enjoy:
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Tagged Africa, babies, books, home, Kenya, Kenyan elections, Kenyan music, music, Nairobi, Obama, race, recipes, Sunday Reads, women and work, women at work
Relationships are not easy. Conflicts are a side effect of all relationships and sometimes it’s all about the perspective we select.