|Posted by george on October 31, 2011 at 1:40 AM||comments (0)|
After 21 years of Marriage, my Wife wanted me to take another Woman out to Dinner and a Movie.
She said I Love You but I know this other Woman loves you and would Love to spend some Time with You.
The other Woman that my Wife wanted me to visit was my MOTHER, who has been a Widow for 19 years, but the demands of my Work and my three Children had made it possible to v...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on July 14, 2011 at 4:25 AM||comments (3)|
The minimum wage requirements are having people worried but here is my reply to you atwoli
How about this analysis?
We already pay beyond the minimum 7,500/- wage!!!
1. Basic- 3,500.00
2. Accommodation– (three star, but let us rate it real River road cheap, @ 200 per night x 30d...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on May 4, 2011 at 2:35 AM||comments (0)|
Some times the cost of living shoots through the roof or drills a hole in your pocket and it is at this time that minimizing cost should be a top priority
One of the ways of minimizing cost is by reducing ones water bill…here are some tips on how to reduce the water bill
Don’t use a shower
Taking a bath by using a s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on March 30, 2011 at 3:30 AM||comments (0)|
Width or thickness
one of the ways to get durable cooking pots is by checking the width or thickness…since the cooking pots will be scrubbed time and time again the thick ones will stand to wear out much slower that thin ones.
it is good to check the material that makes the pot…incase money is not limited to you then copper pots are the best, however aluminum is also prett...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on March 29, 2011 at 2:53 AM||comments (0)|
Always wash utensils when they get dirty
the golden rule here about utensils is to always clean them after use even if the utensil is a spoon alone…after cleaning then they shouldbe dried and then kept…at first it may seem like too much work but in due time it will be effortless
Avoid leaving...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on March 24, 2011 at 3:53 AM||comments (5)|
unlike stones that have to be mined and transported bricks can be made right where the building will be constructed with the same soil that will be dug up during excavation….when this soil is dug up it is then sieved, watered and kneaded into clay….the clay can be put into brick shapers then the molded brick dried for later baking in a hom...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on March 7, 2011 at 5:54 AM||comments (0)|
the Kenyan has evolved over the years…it has been so random and overhauling that we would no longer be called our fathers sons if the saying, “like father like son” was to be taken seriously here are the differences why
the 1970’s Kenyan man
He was manly enough….he doesn’t cry
He did not do pedicures and manicures
He wore no pinkshirts
He wore no tight jeans
Perfume was never in his vocabu...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on February 23, 2011 at 12:44 AM||comments (0)|
There is this thing about getting a job and wanting to show everyone that you have made it. I used to never be concerned with what my university friends achieved from cars to houses. that was before we started arranging for out of town outings and get-togethers, if the shingdigs lasted beyond the holy hours I had to take a taxi or lodge if I was to be too proud to ask for a lift.
so with all this I decided why not take up a loan, so I ran to the banks to shop for the best loan product. ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on February 15, 2011 at 5:28 AM||comments (4)|
Kibera originated as asettlement in the forests outside Nairobi, when Nubian soldiers returning from service in the First World War were awarded plots there in return for their efforts. The British colonial government of the time allowed the settlement to grow informally, primarily because of the Nubians' status as former servants ofthe British crown, which put the colonial regime in their debt. Furthermore the Nubians, being "Detribalized Natives", had no cl...Read Full Post »
|Posted by george on February 11, 2011 at 6:43 AM||comments (0)|
lang’ata is a large middle-class residential area in the southlands part of Nairobi, situated in lang’ata division. lang’ata comprises four estates (ngei, southlands, civil servant and recently jumbo estates) ground breaking stated in the 1970’s with the newest estates completed in 1982. Most of thehouses resemble modern architecture of white buildings with striking orange tiled roof tops, all built in a town-house orientation
lang’ata is ...Read Full Post »