Dee In A Nutshell

Feed Me, Love Me, Never Leave Me.


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BHH

ubhh BHH is back and it’s on Thurday 27th November, 2008. The next one will be in January so don’t miss the chance to see your fellow bloggers before the end of yet another year. Remember we will be having the annual Uganda Best of Blog awards in February, details on that will be given in January.

See you at Mateos at 6.30pm.

 

UPDATE: I am going to give the first 30 bloggers an early Christmas present, so don’t miss out and don’t be late.

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A (call it what you will) list

You know how everyone has lists of the things they want to do before they die or turn 35 a la him and her. I decided to make a list of the things I have done that were noteworthy in my life.

  • I got my heart broken. I think this is something everyone goes through at one point or another and I am no exception. It hurt like hell but it taught me so much and I would definitely not be the same person I am now.
  • I went bungee jumping. This is probably the most exhilarating thing I have ever done. It was indescribable so I’m not even going to try, all I will say if you haven’t tried it you are missing out.
  • I pierced my own ears with a stud. I was in school and tired of not having pierced ears so I bought a new pair of gold plated studs and simply wore them. It hurt a little but then I had pierced ears.
  • I have been on a billboard, granted it is somewhere in Mbale and I have never seen it but I was on one.
  • I have been a model. I did the whole wake up early, go on location, wait around, wear makeup, get dressed up, pose for the camera and go home exhausted.
  • I pierced my tongue.
  • I kissed a girl and I didn’t really like it. (Don’t judge me!) Maybe it was the girl, maybe it was the fact that she was a girl I don’t know.
  • I watched “Gone with the wind.”
  • I have gotten lost.

What have you done?


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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

So the month has come to an end but this does not mean you should forget all you have learnt this month. My experiences were very enlightening and I’ll definitely feel my boobies more often.

We recognised the month at my office and we had everyone come in Pink on one day and we visited breast cancer patients in Mulago. I am so proud of the team I work with for owning the project born from my little idea. Below are a few pictures of the Pink day.

By the way, my banner is a collage of just some of the days I wore the pink ribbon. If you were at BHH, you probably got a pink ribbon from me although the month was about to end.