Dee In A Nutshell

Feed Me, Love Me, Never Leave Me.


Finally getting around to answering the Tag

Four Jobs I Have Worked

  • Personal Assistant for a Proffessor in the History Dept. of MUK
  • Hostess for an Events Organiser
  • Personal Assistant for the Plant Manager of SBI
  • Call Centre Agent for UTL

Four Movies I Would Watch Over and Over

  • Fight Club
  • How to Kill Your Neighbour’s Dog
  • Interstate 60
  • Usual Suspects

Four Places I Have Lived

  • Somewhere in Buganda Road till I was 2 years old
  • Bukoto from then till I was 22
  • A hall on campus (does that count?)
  • Semawata Road in Ntinda.

Four TV Shows I love

  • 30 Rock
  • Friends
  • House
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • Scrubs
  • CSI (all of them)

Four Places I Have Been On Vacation

  • Ndaija, Rwampara, Mbarara
  • Rugoma, Kebisoni, Rukungiri
  • Ssese Islands
  • Jinja

Four of My Favourite Foods

  • Sweet Potatoes and Eshabwe
  • Stir Fried Pork and Xiangzhou rice
  • Club Sandwich
  • Bagel Sandwich with Egg Salad

Four Places I Would Rather Be Now

  • In bed
  • In a swimming pool
  • On the set of 30 Rock
  • In South Africa watching my best friend graduate


Wonder Years.

Two days later and I have already finished ‘The Family Way’ and dearly paying for it. Why, you might ask. I’ll tell you. I was up till 2.00am last night reading it and I had to be up by 4.00am because I had to be in the office by 5.00am. Just know I am dying of sleep, I have no idea how I am going to make it through the rest of the day.

In other news, I found some old baby pictures of myself and I really wanted to put them up but we have no scanner or if we do, I have never seen it so I did the next best thing and took pictures of the pictures. Wasn’t I the cutest?

You know what killed me about these photos? The ‘fros. They were awesome weren’t they?

I love the way my mother looks all regal with her head held up high and I just look confused. I remember I loved that outfit and only finally gave it away when I was 16 or so.

What can I say? The 80’s were not the best time for high fashion. That’s my dad, by the way, in the Malaachi (the shoes) he loved so and made us where for about 3 years of our lives. (My siblings and I.)

Another confused looking picture of me. I really wonder what it was I was staring at? Was I attracted to the camera from so young an age?

This is my favourite. I’m positive my Mom was off to the side making sure my head was turned to the camera by dangling some shiny something. I can almost remember it.

I thought these would be apt seeing as its my birthday on Thursday. Send me hugs and presents on Facebook.