“Get over it”.

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I like to think of myself as a strong independant woman inspite of the fact that I too, have spent nights crying. .sadly, that includes crying over my past. .and the truth is, it hurts. .Sometimes, I can go months at a time without thinking about him but then all of a sudden, it will hit me. .not him per se, but the memories we made. .sometimes, they make me smile, sometimes they make me numb. .
Talking about Crying. . Does that made me any less strong? I understand it wasn’t meant to be, but still there’s a part of me that is still not over him. .does that make me vulnerable?
That’s a question I always think about.. And the answer I always come up with, is a firm ‘No’. Because, Iam strong enough to accept it. .and trust me, it takes a lot of courage to do…

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Valentine’s day.

Well said, Valentine’s day is for boyfriends to dig deeper and corporates to earn more…
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Singles are wailing, couples are waiting.

Few hearts will break, few will hate but then again, it’s Valentine’s day.

To be honest, I don’t believe in Valentine’s day. Lemme write the most cliché line you will hear from all the singles or couples who didn’t do anything special this day, “every day is a Valentine’s day.” Or this, that Valentine’s day is total bullshit! A marketed holiday by corporates. It’s like happy valentine’s day, now empty your pockets to avoid a fight with your partner.

But at the same time, it’s not just another day. It’s an opportunity for you to make your loved ones feel special. We don’t do that quite often, right? You don’t take them out on a date making it all about them, every other day. .you don’t shower them with gifts every other day. .Do you? So, in that sense. .I believe in Valentine’s day…

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Dream unleashed, Geoffrey Emali’s story of success from Bridge international academies.



Despite the hurdles and difficulty, finally a bright star shone on his head.
Geoffrey Emali from bridge international academies in Karagita, Naivasha proved to life that success was more of a right to him.

Six years ago, Geoffrey’s mother died, leaving him in the care of an abusive step-father. Without the support of close family, Geoffrey began to skip class at the local public school to work. His grandmother moved him to Kiserian, but he continued to flounder. Three years ago his uncle visited his grandmother and recognizing how bright Geoffrey was, he asked to take him to Naivasha and enroll him in Bridge.

bridge international academies.
Geoffrey was impressed with bridge since the first day he joined bridge, “At Bridge, teachers always want to know what is going on in our lives besides education and performance,” he says.
Having to wake up at 4am for studies before heading…

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