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You would agree with me that virtually everything has elucidations to make them understandable. A receipt is always handed to you at the supermarket show, as if you don’t know, the items you’ve bought and amount incurred.

I was watching V season one the other day and after two or so episodes, there was this episode to put in plain words what the drama is all about, why V, who are or what is this V. Or fringe, if they didn’t hint what fringe is, which lexicon would? So you see, everything has elucidations or chaos would be the norm. Things would be, well, inexplicable.

Drugs too have a brief explanation of what they perform; reduce pain, cure a certain ailment, for copulation among others, even though some or all are abused. Also there’s the instruction of not keeping them near toddlers and the explanation, you know and it’s clear too.

With all that prattle, let’s dine… but before that, what’s the relevance of this post?

When I joined Facebook back in 2008, it was boring, like super boring to me, may be because I was alone at that time. A year later, when in forth form, is when I found most of my class/schoolmates in that world and it wasn’t as dull but my love of words was not satisfied as the updating of status didn’t update my status (pun), but I was contented with the status I updated from the two or so words on my wall.

Blogging

I started then to read blogs of Kenyan Bloggers. I got loads of info from these Bloggers; writing techniques, multitude of vocabularies, great personalities, ventured into the Bloggers’ thinking organ thus understanding different thinkings, personalities and difference between girls and women. ;-p

From the readings came the inspiration to start blogging myself. The passion to write was fuelled tremendously. I like putting things on paper more than nattering them because,,, I don’t know why. Most Bloggers have a specific theme, a niche, they blog about and that was a hindrance to me. Everything is being blogged about from entertainment to coding/computing, relationships to fashion so I decide a personal blog, online journal, would do for moi or a lifestyle blog. Like the other day I encountered a drunk and the way he was avoiding those imaginary pits on the road was just awesome and …

Why Apt

I was reading something then came across the word felicitous. I didn’t know it had a meaning related to felicity as to my knowledge felicity only meant great happiness and that sentence made no sense as the notion portrayed wasn’t of bliss, to be great bliss. The lexicon came to my rescue and guess what, apt caught my eyes and since I’ll continue being a pupil, a learner thru’ life, that is and in this blog I’ll need to choose fit words by choosing them well from the array of vocabularies I bag often from just reading and what I watch. So I …

Why Naïveté

… I try my best to be apt in expressing my naïve thoughts; I decided that was it, a blog title that better expresses my me, me my… You know, and if you don’t now know, there are great thinkers in Kenyan Blogosphere that I’m always humbled when readers, like you, stop by here.

Now let’s dine… relish…

Fish + ugali

Fish + ugali

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  2. February 6, 2012 at 4:16 pm

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  3. prezyack101
    April 4, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    From you’re subtitle ‘blogging’…
    “I like putting things on paper more than nattering them because,,, I don’t know why.”
    I feel the same way.
    I like the blog.It’s got a nice feel to it and your language command speaks for itself.I’m definitely visiting again…SOON.

    • April 12, 2012 at 3:03 pm

      Thanks and its good to know I’m not alone in “putting things on paper”. hehe… Writing is kinda therapeutic.
      Anyway, you’re always welcomed to this humble abode anytime, any day.

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  5. May 29, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Nice to meet you Odhiambo….I especialy like the last picture…one of my favorite meals 🙂

    • May 30, 2012 at 12:13 pm

      Pleasure meeting you too Vee! I wish i knew how to prepare that dish without mum’s guidance, maybe i’d give you a treat :-).
      I love your blog and ideas…

  6. Miss Sylvee
    July 26, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    Yaaay to Kenyan Bloggers! 🙂
    Cheers! 🙂

  7. August 22, 2012 at 8:02 am

    Hi Odihambo, thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m looking forward to getting to know you better, my first follower from Kenya 🙂

    • August 23, 2012 at 8:23 am

      The pleasure’s mine, Cecile 🙂

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