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Never too late to do good!

Some of us have been having a good time as we celebrate the Christmas. It is unfortunate that there are some families who could not afford to have some of the fun moments.

It’s never late to do good. If you can, just get a family that wasn’t lucky and let them smile. No matter how little it is, it’s better than none.

It feels good to let one smile! Wishing you a successful new year!

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Shocking news on Christmas holidays

Still on Christmas mood and everyone expects everything to be okay. Sometimes our wish might not be met and somehow we get discouraged. No matter how much you try to avoid some issues, they still follow you like a shadow.

Previously, I had written a post on how best to lose weight. I went on by narrating the story of what happened on my first day at the gym. Little did I know that the festive season was knocking loudly.

I was determined to lose some fats, unfortunately the temptations were so high. It wasn’t easy to decline several offers of roasted chicken not to mention ‘nyama choma’ roasted goat meat.

With careful measures on covid 19 being taken care of, meeting with long time friends was inevitable as we enjoyed our fries.

And guess what happened..all the kilos I had reduced came back with a bang. Yesterday when I checked it, I was discouraged though happy to have enjoyed the Christmas holidays.

I now look forward to going on with my programs immediately the festive season is over.

Were there some temptations you went through the festive season? Encourage a sister by leaving a comment. Looking forward to a prosperous new year.

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Never too late to do good!

Some of us have been having a good time as we celebrate the Christmas. It is unfortunate that there are some families who could not afford to have some of the fun moments.

It’s never late to do good. If you can, just get a family that wasn’t lucky and let them smile. No matter how little it is, it’s better than none.

It feels good to let one smile! Wishing you a successful new year!

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You are not late

Some of us have been having a good time as we celebrate the Christmas. It is unfortunate that there are some families who could not afford to have some of fun moments.

It’s never late to do good. If you can, just get a family that wasn’t lucky and let them smile. No matter how little it is, it’s better than none.

It feels good to let one smile! Merry Christmas!

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How Coronavirus has affected the festive season

The festive season has come at a time coronavirus has become a thorn in the flesh. At Christmas Eve, there were many ways on how to usher the Christmas day. The tradition being joining the congregation at the church to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

Others celebrate the same with their friends at home or meeting places such as bars. All having the same goal of ushering the birth of Jesus celebrations.

It is sad that the joyous moment will not take place this year. People have to stay at home to avoid being caught at the wrong side of the law. By 10pm, the curfew rule dictates that everyone to be in the house.

Then, will people sleep early? Not at all. Many have joined their family members and they will be following live programs from their favourite TV stations.

Those who enjoy taking some drinks have already bought enough to carry the day.

Whether in towns or country side, most people are well set for the festive season. But in town, some may celebrate it behind bars.

So let’s be careful and follow the guidelines given by the authority.

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The Santa Claus Visit – Ciscasquapro

There is this story about Santa visiting people and giving them presents during Christmas holidays. In western countries, this has been practised for decades. Children are told stories on how Santa will visit.

See what the netizens are saying due to coronavirus pandemic

Is the story a fiction or real? Do kids believe in it? When they grow up and understand the whole thing about Santa, what might be their reaction? Do adults lie to kids?

Kindly let’s know your thought.

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Christmas Eve! – Ciscasquapro

What seemed like it will never come to be in month of January is now here with us. Yes! Tomorrow is Christmas! How are you ushering it? I believe by now we are all set on how to celebrate our Christmas Holidays.

However, some challenges though. A lot of people traveling to different parts of the country causing congestion at bus station making it very difficult for people to maintain social distance as to covid 19 guidelines.

True to say that the transport business is really booming now that they don’t wait for people to board. People started booking earlier enough and for those who didn’t, they are finding it tough. Sometimes they are forced to postpone their journey due to lack of means of transport.

For those having personal means, they are not spared either. Traffic jam has become a nuisance along the highways. This has been brought by a large number traveling using their means while others hire cars for Christmas Holidays.

The SGR trains are already fully booked. The train to Nanyuki from Nairobi has been forced to reschedule its program to meet the demand of a high number of passengers.

Supermarkets and malls are overcrowded as people struggle to get their best for Christmas. Christmas trees and Christmas lights business taking the frontline. People are seen shopping luxuriously as this is not a daily way of doing it. Such kind of shopping mostly comes once in a year to most of the people and so is something to be celebrated for.

For those who will be slaughtering, the animal is just within the compound waiting for the D-Day. Yeah, waiting to throw a party!

That’s how things are here. I thought coronavirus pandemic would hinder the festive mood, but people are determined to visit their loved ones.

What about at your place? How are people ushering the Christmas?

#ChristmassEve

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The shocking Christmas Gift!

Hi everyone, ready to get a gift for your loved ones as we celebrate the Christmas? Just have a look at this…During Christmas Holidays, we expect to receive or give out gifts to the needy or loved ones. Have you ever participated in this? The excitement of Christmas gifts is very common with children. They want to have Christmas fashion that is trending. The toy car of the latest model. When this time comes, Teenagers are the most stubborn. They will make you move from shop to shop without making a choice.

My dad could visit us every Christmas after staying away for a whole year. Like every other parent, he could come with gifts to sooth our long waited love. Some of these gifts were jackets, dresses and shoes. It was a must to wear the new clothes on Christmas Day as we attended the church service. Without the new dress, one felt out of the place.

I remember that Christmas Eve when he arrived with a lot of gifts. Everyone was excited to try them out and prepare for the show off on Christmas Day.

I was eager to try them too. I took my dress, jacket and a pair of shoes. After putting it on, it was so long that not only did it touch the floor but it was off shoulders too. Not because it was the trending fashion but because I couldn’t fit in. The jacket’s sleeves were oversize and buggy, not to mention the pair of shoes which I could force my feet inside.

My brother was not spared either. His pair of trousers looked like a short while the pair of shoes was too big for him. We couldn’t imagine celebrating Christmas with old clothes and so my mum had to come up with a way out.

She took my brothers shoes, put some used clothes inside to make them smaller for him to fit in. There was too little to do with the pair of trousers which turned out to be a fake pair of shorts.

After putting on my dress, she then used my dad’s belt to tighten the waistline. This made it appear a bit shorter to allow me walk. For the sleeves, little was to be done. The shoes had no remedy and so I had to wear them as the toes pitched together. I could barely walk.

By now you can imagine how we looked. Your guess is as good as mine: scarecrows! This did not deter us from attending the Christmas Service, but by the time I got home,my toes were full of blisters. The important thing to us was we had new clothes and that is all that mattered.

As we prepare to celebrate the Christmas by giving out gifts, it is important to note that the gifts are worthy. If the need be, no harm to get more information about it. Kindly share your opinion on this. For other insights, see here.

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Tips on how to shop during Christmas Holidays-Ciscasquapro

Hi, I know there is a lot of buying stuff that comes with Christmas holidays. At 23rd blogmas day , I would like to share some tips on how to do your shopping.

We are doing this amidst the challenges brought about by coronavirus and so it might be tougher compared to other years.

  • Buy what you can. Don’t compete with your neighbours in the name of doing Christmas shopping.
  • If you have plenty, remember to share with the less fortunate.
  • Buy most important things first, avoid impulse buying.
  • For those who are opening schools on January, save for school fees first then do shopping with the rest.
  • There is life after Christmas, so, don’t drain yourself too much. You will still need basic needs later.
  • Last but not least, be careful when buying online products. Be careful of scammers.

With those few tips, shop with care.

What and where are you shopping?

Remember to catch on Christmas rush!

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Christmas rush! Don’t be left out.

What seemed like it will never come to be in month of January is now here with us. Yes! two days counting to Christmas! How are you ushering it? I believe by now we are all set on how to celebrate our Christmas Holidays.

However, some challenges though. A lot of people traveling to different parts of the country causing congestion at bus station making it very difficult for people to maintain social distance as to covid 19 guidelines.

True to say that the transport business is really booming now that they don’t wait for people to board. People started booking earlier enough and for those who didn’t, they are finding it tough. Sometimes they are forced to postpone their journey due to lack of means of transport.

For those having personal means, they are not spared either. Traffic jam has become a nuisance along the highways. This has been brought by a large number traveling using their means while others hire cars for Christmas Holidays.

The SGR trains are already fully booked. The train to Nanyuki from Nairobi has been forced to reschedule its program to meet the demand of a high number of passengers.

Supermarkets and malls are overcrowded as people struggle to get their best for Christmas. Christmas trees and Christmas lights business taking the frontline. People are seen shopping luxuriously as this is not a daily way of doing it. Such kind of shopping mostly comes once in a year to most of the people and so is something to be celebrated for.

For those who will be slaughtering, the animal is just within the compound waiting for the D-Day. Yeah, waiting to throw a party!

That’s how things are here. I thought coronavirus pandemic would hinder the festive mood, but people are determined to visit their loved ones.

What about at your place? How are people ushering the Christmas?

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Christmas rush!

What seemed like it will never come to be in month of January is now here with us. Yes! three days counting to Christmas! How are you ushering it? I believe by now we are all set on how to celebrate our Christmas Holidays.

However, some challenges though. A lot of people traveling to different parts of the country causing congestion at bus station making it very difficult for people to maintain social distance as to covid 19 guidelines.

True to say that the transport business is really booming now that they don’t wait for people to board. People started booking earlier enough and for those who didn’t, they are finding it tough. Sometimes they are forced to postpone their journey due to lack of means of transport.

For those having personal means, they are not spared either. Traffic jam has become a nuisance along the highways. This has been brought by a large number traveling using their means while others hire cars for Christmas Holidays.

Supermarkets and malls are overcrowded as people struggle to get their best for Christmas. Christmas trees and Christmas lights business taking the frontline. People are seen shopping luxuriously as this is not a daily way of doing it. Such kind of shopping mostly comes once in a year to most of the people and so is something to be celebrated for.

For those who will be slaughtering, the animal is just within the compound waiting for the D-Day. Yeah, waiting to throw a party!

That’s how things are here. What about at your place? How are people ushering the Christmas?

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Best places to spend your Christmas Holidays

Hi good people, it’s 20th of December already in Christmas mood How are you planning to spend the holidays? Today I would like to share where best I prefer spending my Christmas Holidays.

It is obvious that people have different interests depending on different factors. For those who have been living in town, they would prefer to spend their holidays away from hustle and bustle of the city. So, country side becomes one of their best destiny for their holidays.

To those who live upcountry, visiting the cities is the top in their list. They want to relax from daily chores of the farms.

Others will prefer to visit tourist attractions such as game parks or spend their holidays at the hotels where everything is taken care of. This is mostly preferred by ladies who have been taking care of the family. They need the break from the kitchen as well as enjoying pampering from the family members.

Country home is my take for Christmas Holidays. I love that morning when birds wake me up with their chirping and tweeting sound. The sight of the sun rise from the East is amazing not to mention that cool atmosphere that comes with the sun set.

Having meals prepared with products direct from my farm is refreshing. I also take this time to bond with the cows and the pets.

How and where do you prefer spending your holidays? Kindly share as you leave a comment. See how I spent my life in the village here

#blogmaschallenge

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Already in Christmas mood

Sometimes back, Christmas mood was experienced some days to 24th and 25th. Nowadays, the moment we get into December 1, the Christmas vibes feel the air.

Supermarkets have been decorated with Christmas colours. Town streets have not been left behind on this as they twinkle beautifully especially at night.

To attract more customers, companies are already giving Christmas offers where some of the commodities are being sold at a lower price.

One might think Christmas day is tomorrow because of the surrounding mood.

I think this month should be as well known as Christmas month. Most of the Hotels are fully booked. Those traveling to upcountry, some have left already and also Christmas shopping has started as well.

The nice tunes of Christmas carols from different radio stations tells it all; Christmas is near!

Are you experiencing the same? Let’s connect by a follow and a comment.

#christmasvibe….#blogmaschallenge…#day14

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Tips on how to shop during Christmas Holidays

Hi, I know there is a lot of buying stuff that comes with Christmas holidays. At blogmas day seven, I would like to share some tips on how to do your shopping.

We are doing this amidst the challenges brought about by coronavirus and so it might be tougher compared to other years.

  • Buy what you can. Don’t compete with your neighbours in the name of doing Christmas shopping.
  • If you have plenty, remember to share with the less fortunate.
  • Buy most important things first, avoid impulse buying.
  • For those who are opening schools on January, save for school fees first then do shopping with the rest.
  • There is life after Christmas, so, don’t drain yourself too much. You will still need basic needs later.
  • Last but not least, be careful when buying online products. Be careful of scammers.

With those few tips, shop with care.

What and where are you shopping?

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#25daysofchristmas Christmas Holidays Health In Africa kenya Readers The world

The shocking Christmas Gift!

Hi everyone, ready to get a gift for your loved ones as we celebrate the Christmas? Just have a look at this…During Christmas Holidays, we expect to receive or give out gifts to the needy or loved ones. Have you ever participated in this? The excitement of Christmas gifts is very common with children. They want to have Christmas fashion that is trending. The toy car of the latest model. When this time comes, Teenagers are the most stubborn. They will make you move from shop to shop without making a choice.

My dad could visit us every Christmas after staying away for a whole year. Like every other parent, he could come with gifts to sooth our long waited love. Some of these gifts were jackets, dresses and shoes. It was a must to wear the new clothes on Christmas Day as we attended the church service. Without the new dress, one felt out of the place.

I remember that Christmas Eve when he arrived with a lot of gifts. Everyone was excited to try them out and prepare for the show off on Christmas Day.

I was eager to try them too. I took my dress, jacket and a pair of shoes. After putting it on, it was so long that not only did it touch the floor but it was off shoulders too. Not because it was the trending fashion but because I couldn’t fit in. The jacket’s sleeves were oversize and buggy, not to mention the pair of shoes which I could force my feet inside.

My brother was not spared either. His pair of trousers looked like a short while the pair of shoes was too big for him. We couldn’t imagine celebrating Christmas with old clothes and so my mum had to come up with a way out.

She took my brothers shoes, put some used clothes inside to make them smaller for him to fit in. There was too little to do with the pair of trousers which turned out to be a fake pair of shorts.

After putting on my dress, she then used my dad’s belt to tighten the waistline. This made it appear a bit shorter to allow me walk. For the sleeves, little was to be done. The shoes had no remedy and so I had to wear them as the toes pitched together. I could barely walk.

By now you can imagine how we looked. Your guess is as good as mine: scarecrows! This did not deter us from attending the Christmas Service, but by the time I got home,my toes were full of blisters. The important thing to us was we had new clothes and that is all that mattered.

As we prepare to celebrate the Christmas by giving out gifts, it is important to note that the gifts are worthy. If the need be, no harm to get more information about it. Kindly share your opinion on this. For other insights, see here.

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Where to spend your Christmas Holidays

Hi good people, it’s 3rd of December. Yes, the third day of blogmas challenge. Still going strong. The very first days of Christmas Holidays. How are you planning to spend the holidays? Today I would like to share where best I prefer spending my Christmas Holidays.

It is obvious that people have different interest depending on different factors. For those who have been living in town, they would prefer to spend their holidays away from hustle and bustle of the city. So, country side becomes one of their best destiny for their holidays.

To those who live upcountry, visiting the cities is the top in their list. They want to relax from daily chores of the farms.

Others will prefer to visit tourist attractions such as game parks or spend their holidays at the hotels where everything is taken care of. This is mostly preferred by ladies who have been taking care of the family. They need the break from the kitchen as well as enjoying pampering from the family members.

Country home is my take for Christmas Holidays. I love that morning when birds wake me up with their chirping and tweeting sound. The sight of the sun rise from the East is amazing not to mention that cool atmosphere that comes with the sun set.

Having meals prepared with products direct from my farm is refreshing. I also take this time to bond with the cows and the pets.

How and where do you prefer spending your holidays? Kindly share as you leave a comment. See how I spent my life in the village here

#blogmaschallenge

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Is Santa real? – Ciscasquapro

There is this story about Santa visiting people and giving them presents during Christmas holidays. In western countries, this has been practised for decades. Children are told stories on how Santa will visit.

Is the story a fiction or real? Do kids believe in it? When they grow up and understand the whole thing about Santa, what might be their reaction? Do adults lie to kids?

Kindly let’s know your thought.