By Veronica Mwihaki Frankly speaking, I used to wear anything and not feel ashamed at all. I had this “don’t care” attitude without being apologetic to anyone. But things slowly shifted when I surrendered my life to Christ, I became more conscious of what I wear, I came to understand that I am a representative of Christ in the earth and that my actions must be in alignment with the will of God. I haven’t yet attained perfection, but as days go by I am being perfected. I am more than glad to share what God has been teaching
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Hello! It’s been 3 long months since I posted on the blog how time flies… I want to appreciate those who communicated to ask about the silence, thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Well, I was going through a shift and needed to respond to it. Some settling down and strategizing had to be done. I can’t wait to share with you guys what I have been transacting with and also some exciting news, I will be updating you more on upcoming posts. Location I had a photoshoot last week and planning the logistics wasn’t easy at all!
Here are the Randoms for Last Week... 1. Spiritually I have a mentor who I meet on a regular basis, but this last meeting was a little different as after our fellowship, I felt quite challenged. It got me thinking, Most of the times I get to feed my Spirit and walk out feeling refreshed but this time, I got a slap on my face. There are so many resources God has made available to us, from the bible to the Sunday teachings and Bible studies we attend and yet we become too casual with these resources. I realized that
Two weeks ago I had traveled to Mombasa for a two-week short course courtesy of my employer. I had planned that I was going to have a photo shoot before I came back but things did not happen as planned as there was minor incident on our way to the venue of the shoot. But what was of major value then, was our safety, shoots can always be done anytime right? Today's Friday Random five will be different, it will cover some insights and tips I got from my two weeks stay in Mombasa. Hopefully, you will have something to take
Just as one man’s treasure is another's trash, one woman’s fashionable confidence booster is another woman’s auto-mechanic nightmare. Location: Mvuli House-Nairobi West Makeup by Zequeen Beauty Photography by Zequeen Photography ( Wrest and James) Jumpsuit : Swagaristic Boutique (Agro house M1 stall number 30 ) The jumpsuit, the former territory of toddlers, auto mechanics and clowns, is becoming what was once unthinkable—an item women will buy. Once the ultimate useful uniform, the jumpsuit has come a long way in