I do not normally write on a Sabbath. It is the only day I take a break from my pen. But today, I am in the thanksgiving spirit. 5 years ago when I was going through a divorce, I was sent to a women's refuge by my older brother because he could not house me … Continue reading My Tears Of Thanksgiving
About 7 years ago, when I was a married mother of three, I found myself obsessing about a certain woman. Well, I thought I was obsessing, but I wasn't, it was just that the feeling was strange. I dreamt about her. I felt like I could feel her in me, so I started to write … Continue reading Behold, The Book My Ex-Husband Tried To Destroy
This has been coming up a lot from my readers, especially my Zimbabwean readers. They seem to be under the impression that my King is slowly turning into a type of Walter Masocha, and that our lifestyle and our family setting is turning into some sort of church. Below are some of the comments from … Continue reading Jean, Is Your Husband Turning Into A Walter Masocha? Are You Starting A Church?
Last night one of my very faithful readers from the USA posted a comment and a link of a popular forum that is currently discussing my journey of being a plural wife to my King husband. She is one reader I always look forward to reading her comments, a few weeks ago, she even said she … Continue reading Dear Black American Women From Lipstick Alley, My Husband Does Not Use Juju To Attract Women
So yesterday was really a crazy day, but it turned out to be the most productive day I have been through since my plural wife journey. I spent quality time with my King away from the children, and he told me that every week he will be having a lunch date with Hagar, then every … Continue reading My Husband’s Second Wife Shaved Off My Eyebrows, But We Made Up And She Updated Her Blog
So Hagar (my husband's potential 3rd wife) told my husband that she wanted to take me out for dinner, so we could talk things through and get to know each other. I said okay, and we went out Friday night. Shulamite had spent the entire night with the King the night before, and she seemed … Continue reading Outnumbered Part 2: How The King Manages His Emotional Crying Wives
Its weird that all day today I was listening to Dermot Kennedy's Outnumbered. I love music which moves me, I love a good cry to a good song, that's the purpose of music. The words came to life tonight. God always does that to me, He gives me songs which literally plays out one way … Continue reading Outnumbered, What It Feels Like To Be A Plural Wife…
So Shulamite is up getting the children ready for school, I am in bed on my laptop and I woke up this morning to my Facebook being flooded by Zimbabweans threatening to "unbelieve" me unless I bring pictures of Shulamite out to them. These aggressive demands are a response to the pictures I posted on … Continue reading Jean, Show Us Shulamite’s Picture Now Or We Won’t Believe She Exist! Zimbabweans.
When I met my Boaz, I used to live in a prison. I was a prisoner of Zimbabwean Culture. I was a prisoner of Zimbabwean superstitious beliefs. I was ever so afraid, I had spent my whole sad childhood being told that a mother holds so much power, that if a child speaks back to … Continue reading Whoever Came Up With The Stupid Zimbabwean Kutanda Botso Belief Was A Child Abuser: Boaz
Yesterday I received an email from an English lady who is extremely concerned that ex members of Agape Cult have flooded their church, and are behaving in a disturbing manner. Apparently they are not giving full information about their involvement with Agape church. Her main concern was that the former Agape members, mainly Edina and … Continue reading Former Agape Church Leaders (Edina Guveya) Now Begging For Leadership Positions In Other Churches After The Fall Of Walter Masocha