This post is for a girl called Mich. She’s someone extremely special to me and since she’s so special she gets a post all for herself! One of my very first posts was about her, back then I called her M but now I have her permission to use her name.


So why is Mich so special? Well first of all she’s one of the one of the few people I know to consciously decide not to be affected by my charm. I found that intriguing and went out of my way to make friends with her. After I changed her mind about being charmed by me I found out a lot about her. I always thank God that she refused to be charmed by me otherwise we may never have become the great friends we are now.

She’s a smart, funny, easy to talk to and she gets me. Somehow when I’m with her I don’t feel the need to carry the conversation. She always has something cool to say about everything and she reads! Yes I mean novels. So few people read anything anymore! I don’t know why because books are just awesome! And even though she’s like 4 years younger than me I find her more mature than some girls my age.

Did I mention she’s beautiful too? But that really is secondary hen it comes to her the primary thing with her is her intellect; you must always have your wit about you when talking to her. I love her:) Really I do, she’s one of my closest friends!

Btw sorry to all my regular readers I haven’t been updating this blog as regularly as I should! But I think I’m back now:) Look out for another post later today… I think. Peace!

Written by Sidney Ochieng

Child at heart and mind. Feminist. Story teller. Fledgling data scientist. Your future boss

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Anonymous

Oh happy day! People who read books! This is the first day of my reading your blog, and I already like it! I've honestly had a serious argument with my boyfriend over which is better; reading a book or watching T.V. (not the 'Holly's world' and 'Leave it to the Lamas' crap, but educational or semi-educational shows)needless to say, I won. Books are timeless. I have a shelf in my room stacked with purely old books..crisp pages browning at the ends..the smell..sigh. My oldest book is Charles Dickens' 'Pickwick Papers' dated 1897. It was given as a gift to a Mary D. in London.

Wow..ok, I know this blog wasn't about books, but had to get that out. Mich sounds cool, stick with her. K.

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Gay Nairobi Man

Having a good friend is something many people take for granted. For me, a person for the opposite sex who I have known for 33 years is who I term as my BFF(HATE THE TERM-But its so appropriate).

Do all you can to cherish Mich and have a thriving friendship

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boyfulani

wouldn't mind an intro πŸ™‚
Bt seriously, I have such a friend though we started out with a relationship which turned out bird.
It's on and off great friendship which i wish i could selflessly maintain.

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cdohnio

@K Books are mans most awesome invention! The end! And I paln to stick by her
@GNM Thanks for commenting! Good to see atleast you understand!
@boyfulani Well me and MMich are strictly plantonic! And no I will not do any intros!:)

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Anonymous

its really sad that people dont read anymore…im those people who always has a book in my bag… great to have you back you were missed… keep mich close…

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Anonymous

First day reading I think I like what u said, cherish friends…old and new. And read, read , read. Even and esp when its not required. Blessings frm kansas. πŸ™‚

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Anonymous

First day reading I think I like what u said, cherish friends…old and new. And read, read , read. Even and esp when its not required. Blessings frm kansas. πŸ™‚

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boyfulani

wouldn't mind an intro πŸ™‚
Bt seriously, I have such a friend though we started out with a relationship which turned out bird.
It's on and off great friendship which i wish i could selflessly maintain.

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Gay Nairobi Man

Having a good friend is something many people take for granted. For me, a person for the opposite sex who I have known for 33 years is who I term as my BFF(HATE THE TERM-But its so appropriate).

Do all you can to cherish Mich and have a thriving friendship

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