Dad-ing – Guest Post by George Oloo

It seems strange sometimes that I’m a dad. Nothing really prepares you for the reality of having another human whose very existence and well-being depends on you having your act together. Inevitably, it can get overwhelming, especially if it’s your first rodeo. Thankfully, we are not alone in this journey! First of all, God the […]

If Only I had More Time with my Dad

Hindsight is 20/20, but that is so poignant for me just to think about it in relation to my dad. As I have mentioned before on this website, my relationship with my dad wasn’t the best; transactional at best and flippant at worst but I’m grateful it was existent. Growing up with the kind of […]

Retinitis Pigmentosa and the lessons learnt about Fatherhood

I love my life and the journey it has been thus far; it has been a very interesting one and kind of reminds me of a line from Deadpool. ” Life is an endless series of train wrecks with only brief commercial-like breaks of happiness.” I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) in 2010 and […]

What if it’s HOW it’s said not only WHAT is said? 2

I’m not sure if most of you are like me, where you have that tightening in your belly when you hear a statement quoted incorrectly or a word used wrongly. Call me trifling if you will, but those errors of omission or commission tend to get to me… and the thing is, not just in […]