A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 22 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

The story concludes… The “I” who knew it all… Dear reader. You probably came this far because you want to know what happened with Tongoona and Shepherd-Farai after that October afternoon in 2016. But some stories are not meant to have endings; happy or otherwise. They just have a happy middle and a sad start. But you probably deserve to know how I got to … Continue reading A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 22 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 21 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

My obituary would state that I died at the young age of 27 My parents would probably get one published and these were strange thoughts to be having in my final moments of life. I thought my horde of memories would flash before my eyes but only one face was constant and even though I had never said it, she was the only girl I … Continue reading A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 21 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 20 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

I have always hated spiderwebs. They freaked me out and it wasn’t just about the static feeling one got when it happened to come in contact with the skin. They were weird, period. Strangely, I was staring at one, woven through flower petals and glistening with the morning dew. I was entranced and trying to shut out everything and everyone. I wasn’t even supposed to … Continue reading A Happy Middle, A Sad Start Day 20 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

Labia Minora Elongation Day 19 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

Labia minora elongation is a common practice that some Zimbabwean women engage in during the pre-teen years. It involves the manual stretching of the labia with the aid of choice herbs or petroleum jelly until the desired length is achieved, which is usually from about 2 inches. The size of one’s pinky was the yardstick (imagine if you had long fingers, hehe). Other countries like … Continue reading Labia Minora Elongation Day 19 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

My Zimbabwe Day 18 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers

The global community has a limited view of what our country has to offer and many associate the name Zimbabwe with violence and interminable political wrangling. However, if you look past the history and the natural beauty, there are many less known sites which I’ll be sharing in this post. Kindly understand that this is not a propaganda piece but an insight for others, both … Continue reading My Zimbabwe Day 18 #WinterABC2021 @AfroBloggers