13 y/o Nadia is a Ugandan fiction writer. Story and other stories.
This is a true story.
1 Because we love them. Not the cards. mean, yes we love the cards, but we love do much more the people we buy them for. 2 Because they love us. Yes, the cards. They say so much more than a thousand words and in so much less time. 3 To err is human… Continue reading 5 Astonishingly Simple Reasons to Buy a Greeting Card
There I stood with my headphones over my ears, hoping the lord music would down our the sound of the shot, as well as the crowd that had gathered to watch. One would think I was being awarded, the way everyone was fussing. It was a sunny day. Birds were singing in the trees. But… Continue reading The Gallows.
Dianah Christine Nagujja, commonly known as Dianah Deah is an extremely talented designer, who makes scarves/necklaces. Yes, I said scarves/necklaces. Because you can’t separate them. I recently asked her about them, and learnt much more than I had anticipated. Much more to love. She is Multitalented. “What don’t we already know about you?” Was the… Continue reading 10 Fascinating Reasons We Love Dianah
Last weekend I, along with a group of actors, led by Acting Coach and Casting Director Kasule Douglas Benda at https://facebook.com/BendaBookings , had the unprecedented privilege to visit Muzaana Street Children and Sports Development Association, in Kisenyi, a slum in Kampala. MSCDA was founded by Zubair Ssekamate, a former street child himself, who grew up… Continue reading Five LIFE Lessons we Could Learn From Street Children
THIS is a short poem about living to fulfill your purpose in life.