Typical of our roads



So i don't know how unprofessional people can be. In the morning i went to see an ENT, after going through the examinations and blah blah blah, he sends me to the nurse for my medication. Madam starts explaining to me how i should take the meds and the possible side effects. She tells me to take one particular tab immediately and also gives me one that will probably cause palpitations.

Imagine an hour after the doctor the chic (Nurse) calls to tell me that i should not take the tab she told me to take immediately during day time and most especially with the palpitating one....

As i type this, i have some kind of anxiety disorder, my heart is beating faster than usual and the sleep has set in... Luckily i am not driving...............



This song is my number one have you ever listened to a song and tears just roll down hmmmm.... Lucy Hook me up my sister stole the other CD and went with it to the United of Kingdoms.
This is a special Dedication to; Cheri,Carlo,Lulu,Channel 5, UG Girl, Oyin,Princess,apr9,sybella,Emi,B2B,
Baz,31337,wordmerchant,rented,Tandralicious,Dee,Nevender,Tumwi Oh and to you and you and you.......

I HOPE YOU............DANCE

I hope you never lose your sense of wonder
You get your fill to eat
But always keep that hunger
May you never take one single breath for granted
God forbid love ever leave you empty handed
I hope you still feel small When you stand by the ocean
Whenever one door closes, I hope one more opens
Promise me you'll give faith a fighting chance

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
I hope you dance
I hope you dance

I hope you never fear those mountains in the distance
Never settle for the path of least resistance
Living might mean taking chances
But they're worth taking
Lovin' might be a mistake
But it's worth making
Don't let some hell bent heart Leave you bitter
When you come close to selling out Reconsider
Give the heavens above More than just a passing glance

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
I hope you dance
(Time is a real and constant motion always)
I hope you dance
(Rolling us along)
I hope you dance
(Tell me who)
I hope you dance
(Wants to look back on their youth and wonder)
(Where those years have gone)

I hope you still feel small When you stand by the ocean
Whenever one door closes,
I hope one more opens
Promise me you'll give faith a fighting chance

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
I hope you dance
I hope you dance
(Time is a real and constant motion always)
I hope you dance
(Rolling us along)
I hope you dance
(Tell me who)
(Wants to look back on their youth and wonder)
I hope you dance
(Where those years have gone)
(Tell me who)
I hope you dance
(Wants to look back on their youth and wonder)
(Where those years have gone)

Sob sob this song makes my day................



I didn't come up with this but sharing is caring it's only scary if it's a man
Anyway here goes

Party Poopers When you receive an invitation to a dinner or party--whether by Evite, voicemail, or casual email--RESPOND. Yeah, that’s what that little “RSVP” thing means. Everyone knows it, yet it’s amazing how many don’t respond. Even for weddings! Planning a party or event requires a lot of work, so do the host a simple favor and let them know if you're coming or not.

Nickel & Dimin’ How annoying is it when you go to dinner with four or more people, the check finally arrives, and one of your meal companions begins to divvy up the check down to the last penny? Sure, we get that Sally had a shrimp salad, and Janet had two iced teas, while Beth only had water, and you ordered a slice of peach pie (a la mode, which is extra). The point is, if you go out to dinner with a group, be prepared to split the bill more or less evenly. If there's an outstanding cost differential, fine, estimate it and be done with it. The person who spends twenty minutes dividing the bill to the dime comes off as a cheapskate –- and kills the festive mood.

The Line-Up Lines are a fact of life. At the post office, the supermarket, just about everywhere these days. For starters, moaners who huff and gripe about standing in a line of three people for all of five minutes are tops on our list. Get over yourself -- if you don’t have a few minutes to wait to buy that loaf of bread, then pick it up another time. Another thing: Don’t show your impatience by creeping up so close to the person in front of you that they can feel your breath. Crowding those around you will not get you to the front any faster, so give them some space. Finally, cutting in line or trying to ignore the fact that there IS a line –- stop it! Everyone’s time is valuable.

The ME Show It’s great to hear all the crazy, wacky, wonderful things happening in the lives of others. Jobs, engagements, breakups, boyfriends, puppies, pregnancies, vacations — very good stuff, all of it. But once you’ve listened to a friend, family member, or colleague spout about their own fabulous life for an hour (or two), it’s normal to expect them to ask, “So, what’s going on with you?” Those who blab on about themselves while you listen intently, then don’t ask a thing about you in return are just plain rude.

Baby Biz Changing a poopy baby diaper around others is nasty -- and we're moms. Changing the other kind of baby diaper in public is one thing, but still should only be done when absolutely necessary!

Mobile Madness As much as we love the modern age, there are days when we long to go to a coffee shop, movie theatre, bookstore, or post office and not hear some teen queen dishing to her friend about last night's hot date with Todd or eavesdrop (unwillingly) on a screaming family feud. Mobile phones are essential, but please, people, pleeeeeeease, use a little restraint on the when's, what's, and where's. We're happy that Todd is "totally built" but we're going to have to start walking around town and slapping people with "TMI" tickets (yes, too much information).

Smokes Everyone has a right to smoke in public, but be conscious of whose face your smoke is blowing into. Are there kids nearby? And we just might kick the butt of the next person we see throwing their burning butt on the ground without putting it out. Really, find an ashtray or trashcan where you can extinguish and dispose of it properly -- that thing is garbage, not decoration for our streets and sidewalks.

The Pee & Flee Public bathrooms get used by everyone -- yup, they're public! So, making a mess of the toilet seat, and then prancing out without bothering to wipe it up -- not cool. Leaving a mess for the next visitor is completely unacceptable (and disgustingly unsanitary, of course). Take 10 seconds to rip off a piece of toilet paper, toilet seat cover, or a paper towel, and do your due diligence!

Stealing...a parking spot, that is. Yeah, you know who you are. If someone has their blinker on and is patiently waiting for a spot, it's theirs. And if you've already passed a spot up, it's gone. Treat others as you expect to be treated, and the parking goddesses will smile down upon you... eventually.

Belly Baring Men, women -- anyone who's passed puberty, everyone who isn't lounging poolside or oceanside -- resist the urge to bare those bellies. They may be beautiful, Buddha-like, jolly, but sometimes they can be flabby, hairy, and not ripe for public consumption. If you're jogging, fellas, t-shirts or tanks won't hurt your workout, so throw one on. Gals, midriff fashions are never really on our "Do" list, and that goes double if your age doesn't contain the word "teen." There are plenty of ways for all of us to flaunt what we got without sharing our tum-tums with the world.

Spitting This gets especially yucky when it's one of those enormous globs that looks like it could be alive. Some people (males, in particular) think it's kind of a cool-guy thing to do. We're here to tell ya that no one wants to see you hock a big gooey one out of your car, onto the sidewalk, or anywhere else for that matter. Try a tissue.

Honking Problem People who honk too often, too unnecessarily, or just to express their emotions are on our list of Most Etiquette Challenged. If you're trying to warn someone about a collision or problem, fine, otherwise it's not that serious. Give it a rest!






Ha ha ha I got me self a Camera..... okay not really, i lent my ki old Darlene's look alike camera to my workmate and as luck would have it on my side he lost it. So he decides to buy me one and asks for specifications and that is how i got mi self a Casio EX Z100



Yesterday the ICC issued an arrest warrant for the President of North Sudan Al-Bashir on charges of war crimes and crimes against Humanity. So his government denounced the warrant as part of a western conspiracy to make the country un-stable.
The government reacted quickly by expelling at least 10 humanitarian groups form North Sudan these include

Action Contre la faim
SAVE the Children UK
Norwegian Refugee Council
International Rescue Committee
CHF International
Mercy Corps

And many more are still coming in,from the look of things we might be next.

Now these humanitarian organisations have been helping the people affected by this war for a number of years. This is going to cause a setback in the lifesaving process (As Ban-ki Moon said). These groups might not have been involved in the indictment of Al-Bashir but he still took them down. Don't you think this is going to incriminate him more since they have been helping out people in Darfur and now that they are packing their bags there might or rather will be a crisis in Darfur?

Anyway let us wait and see how this will be handled....



Guys i need help with my mouth, the words that come out are embarrassing... so today i was talking to a supplier and wanted him to send me an email attaching a quotation. The supplier asked me to spell my name (Which makes up the email address) so i start and when i get to letter s he can't seem to get it so i shout out S for SEX..... I share an office with my top boss and my supervisor... I wonder what they are thinking about me....