Monday, August 24, 2009



Salutes to you sis!! You are beautiful! Go on to bigger and greater things in life!

Friday, August 14, 2009


I had a fabulous holiday, stayed away from obssessive blogging and, lets get back to being fun lovers again!!


In the beginning God created day and night. He created day for rugby
> matches, going to the beach and Braai's. He created night for going
> prawning, sleeping and Braai's, and God saw that it was good.
> On the Second Day, God created water - for surfing, swimming and
> on the beach, and God saw that it was good.
> On the Third Day God created the Earth to bring forth plants - to
> provide malt and yeast for beer and wood for Braais, and God saw that
> was good.
> On the Fourth Day God created animals and crustaceans for chops,
> sausages, steak and prawns for Braai's, and God saw that it was good.
> On the Fifth day God created a
Bloke - to go to the rugby, enjoy the
> beach, drink the beer and eat the meat and prawns at Braai's, and God
> that it was good.
> On the Sixth Day God saw that the Bloke was lonely and needed someone
> go to the rugby, surf, drink beer, eat and stand around the braai
> So God created Mates, and God saw that they were good
Blokes, and God
> saw that it was good.
> On the
Seventh Day God looked around at the twinkling braai, fires,
> heard the hiss of opening beer cans and the raucous laughter of all
> Blokes. He smelled the aroma of grilled chops and sizzling prawns and
> God Saw that it was good ... well ... almost good.
> He saw that the Blokes were too tired to clean up and needed a rest.
> God created women - to clean the house, to bear children, to wash, To
> cook and to clean the
Braai, and then God saw that it was not just
> good. It was better than that, it was Bloody Awesome!


Je wewe ni mwanablogu (Blogger) au mdau wa habari na mawasiliano kwa umma kwa kutumia mtandao? Kama jibu ni ndio, tafadhali unaombwa kujiorodhesha kwa ajili ya maandalizi ya Kongamano Maalumu la Kitaifa kwa ajili Wanablogu (Bloggers) na wadau wa habari na mawasiliano wa Tanzania (Tanzanians Bloggers Summit) linalotarajiwa kufanyika Desemba mwaka huu jijini Dar-es-salaam,Tanzania.

Dhumuni la kongamano hili ni Kuelimishana, Kufahamiana, Kuamsha Utambuzi Rasmi Kuhusu Tekinolojia ya Blogu na Mawasiliano ya Umma kwa Kutumia Mitandao, Kusaidia Utambuzi Rasmi juu ya mchango wa blogu nchini Tanzania kama chombo muhimu cha habari na mawasiliano, Kuelimishana jinsi gani blogu zinaweza kutumika katika kuleta maendeleo katika nyanja za kijamii, kisiasa na kiuchumi, kuburudisha, kukuza utamaduni nk.

Wataalamu mbalimbali kutoka ndani na nje ya nchi wataalikwa kutoa mada na mafunzo mbalimbali kuhusiana na tekinolojia ya kublogu, zana nyinginezo za mawasiliano mtandaoni kama vile mitandao jamii(social networking), online forums nk.Kutakuwa na vipindi vya maswali na majibu.

Ili kufanikisha maandalizi ya Kongamano hili la kihistoria, kujiorodhesha kwako ni muhimu sana. Muda wa kujiodhoresha ni kuanzia tarehe 12/8/2009 (Jumatano) mpaka 12/9/2009 (Jumamosi) tu.

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Unaweza kujiorodhesha kwa kutuma ombi lako kwa barua pepe kwenda;

Zingatia tarehe za kujiandikisha.

Ni mwezi mmoja tu! Asante kwa ushirikiano. UMOJA NI NGUVU!

Saturday, August 1, 2009




There was a preacher whose wife was expecting a baby so he went to the congregation and asked for a raise.

After much consideration and discussion, they passed a rule that whenever the preacher's family expanded, so would his paycheck.

After 6 children, this started to get expensive and the congregation decided to hold another meeting to discuss the preacher's salary. There was much yelling and bickering about how much the clergyman's additional children were costing the church.

Finally, the Preacher got up and spoke to the crowd, 'Children are a gift from God,' he said. Silence fell on the congregation.

In the back of the room, a little old lady stood up and in her frail voice said, 'Rain is also a gift from God, but when we get too much, we wear raincoats.'

And the congregation said,

'Amen!!!!!!!!!! '



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