Have you ever had some damaging information about someone you know, care for, or love? The issue is that you can not tell anyone, not even the person because it will be a whole lot of mess.

What to do?


Pride is excessive belief in one’s own abilities, that interferes with the individual’s recognition of the grace of God. It has been called the sin from which all others arise. Pride is also known as Vanity.

Envy is the desire for others’ traits, status, abilities, or situation.

Gluttony is an inordinate desire to consume more than that which one requires.

Lust is an inordinate craving for the pleasures of the body.

Anger is manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury. It is also known as Wrath.

Greed is the desire for material wealth or gain, ignoring the realm of the spiritual. It is also called Avarice or Covetousness.

Sloth is the avoidance of physical or spiritual work.


  • TV started @ 4pm.
  • Singing the Multiples every morning 1 X 1 equals 1; 1 x 2 equals 2… etc
  • Joy Bringers was the highlight of Sunday afternoons.
  • Remember URTNA? Always looked forward to the plays.
  • Coke is it! Coca Cola is it!
  • Weekend movie was a forbidden; and if you watched it, you were a superstar on Monday.
  • There used to a noisemaker’s row; I was a victim.
  • Sheng just hit the streets: spleng, avungas, so and so are pushing.

Good times A Gwang!

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– Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.

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This is all Modo Tipo‘s and Archer‘s shauri. Ashindwe!

  1. Obsessive-Compulsive: Things have to done in a specific manner at a specific time. That is wishful thinking because everyone is different.
  2. Embrace: Don’t judge others. I give everyone the benefit of doubt despite what others may say about them. Everyone is unique in their own little way.
  3. Word of honor: We are all responsible for the commitments we make. I hold strong my utterances; at least I try most of the time. Who said I was perfect? But I try!
  4. Open Minded: Ready to entertain new ideas, new way of life, new adventures and etc.
  5. Knowledge: It is the key to my life. Jack of all trades, and a master of none. I read anything and everything, even though I don’t understand squat!
  6. Impatient: I am so time conscious, and I get mad at myself when I am late for anything. I used to work for a company that penalized us when we were more than 59secs late. Imagine that!

Tag: Aco, Shiroh, Simply Klara, Mocha, Tweety

Everyone has more or less decided or is in the path of making a change in their life and their surroundings. All the best with that; I am also hoping to keep part of my promise to myself. I can share that the sky is the limit in 2008. The common New Years resolutions include:

  • quit smoking and/or drinking
  • find new love
  • lose weight; no comment
  • learn something new
  • live life to the fullest…

The list is endless. I have failed miserably on several unmentionables, therefore we are not going there. Everyone has a New Year’s Resolution Story to share. Toboa!

Happy New Year to all!

1. Stealing
Whether you think that the company “owes” you things like Post-its, pens and other office supplies, or you simply don’t think it’s a big deal, you should be sure about that in case your boss or co-worker catches you. Stealing can not only get you fired, it’s illegal.

2. Blaming someone else for your mistake
It’s dishonest, childish and tacky. Very tacky. Sure, having to admit you made a mistake is embarrassing, but not nearly as embarrassing as it would be to have to admit you lied about it or tried to cover it up.

3. Spreading gossip:
Who knows why people get a certain high from hearing juicy gossip. Many of us are guilty of passing along at least a few rumors at times, but the more you can avoid doing so, the better off you will be. Try to avoid it. In addition, if you hear it, don’t repeat it.

4. Calling in sick when you are perfectly healthy …
If you wake up and just cannot face the idea of going in to work, there’s no reason (unless this happens every day) you shouldn’t give yourself a vacation, personal or mental health day. Nevertheless, calling in sick is not only irresponsible and insensitive to the co-workers who have to cover for you, it could also be grounds for firing if you’re caught.

5. …or showing up when you aren’t
The admiration your co-workers show you for coming in to work despite having the flu will be short-lived: It won’t take long for those around you to tire of hearing hacking, sniffling and coughing coming from your desk, nor will they appreciate being exposed to your germs.

6. Abusing office technology
This includes (but is not limited to): spending a significant amount of time on personal phone calls, e-mails or instant messages; using office time to type and print out the pieces of your screenplay; going online to catch up on last night’s episode of “My Life on the D List”; and using the office printer to make the invites to your holiday party.

7. Involving co-workers in your personal problems
If problems at home are distracting you from doing your job, that’s one thing, which you should take up with the boss or human resources. But involving your co-workers in your personal problems is distracting and unprofessional.

8. Getting too comfortable
Dressing professionally is just as important as behaving professionally in the workplace. No matter how long you’ve been with the company, how “cool” your boss is, how much sleep you got the night before, or how cold or hot it is outside, you should always maintain a clean, workplace-appropriate appearance.

Even if you work in a relatively casual office, you should still make the effort to wear clean clothes and have well-groomed hair. A good rule of thumb is to never dress better than your boss, nor worse.

9. Hitting on your boss
This one has “Lifetime movie” written all over it. For every successful office romance story, there’s a disaster story to match it. When co-workers hook up, it always makes for a tricky situation; when one worker is subordinate to the other, the stakes get even higher. Unless you are well aware of your employer’s policy regarding office romances and are prepared for the possibility of rejection, avoid this one altogether.

10. Hitting on your employee
Consider all of the above, and add to that a possible sexual harassment suit.

from cnn.com

This song is dedicated to all the haters that who have walked my path. You know yourself. I guess you forgot that : “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

Most of you were so quick to label me when you did not know 2 sh** about me.

Newsflash: you wish you were me, or at least be remotely like me. Like Jay Z says: “ You gotta get, that, dirt off your shoulder.”

I am back!