So the penny has finally dropped to Zimbabweans that I am jealous of Meghan Markle. On my blog, I always get such comments from non-Zimbabweans, this one below is just one of many. My readers claim to sense the jealousy each time I write about the Duchess. "Lady you got some nerve! You are clearly … Continue reading Zimbabweans, You Got It Right, Yes I Am Jealous Of Meghan Markle
It saddens me a little, the things that black people are forced to celebrate. A black South African woman with her own hair goes on a beauty pageant and wins it, and we are all celebrating, not the win itself, but the fact that a dark-skinned woman with her own hair on her head won...A … Continue reading Black People, Please Stop Celebrating Things Which Are Supposed To Be Normal To Us? Miss Universe?
This morning I woke up to screenshots and comments on my Facebook about my King using his "walking stick" as they call it for juju purposes. I have to say, I find it flattering that women, so-called modern black women seem to think that my Lord husband has some sort of magic he is using … Continue reading The Spiritual Power Behind My Husband’s Stick
So Naomi Campbell became the first black woman to win the Fashion Icon Prize, whatever that is. Apparently, it is a big award in the Western Fashion Industry and no black person has ever won it, so Naomi scooping this was history being made. Congratulations Naomi, but I was embarrassed watching you weep in thanksgiving. … Continue reading Dear Black People, Stop Crying When You Win ‘First Black Awards’ From White People, It’s Embarrassing
This post is long, but it is a long testimony. The bible says we should be thankful in all situations, last Sabbath I wrote about thanksgiving. There is a reason why God commands the spirit of joy and thanksgiving even when things seem so wrong. Over the past few weeks, one of my readers alerted … Continue reading Thank You, LipStick Alley, For Giving My Husband The King The Best Birthday Present Ever
Yesterday I was really blessed by the responses I got from my blog from my readers. So I read some of the comments as my testimony during Sabbath. I was also touched by how my readers acknowledge the Kingship anointing on my Boaz. Yesterday was really special because we had a Nigerian single mother who … Continue reading As The King Celebrates His Birthday Tomorrow, May My Readers Say A Prayer For Him And Bless Him
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