This whole month has been a sunset of butterflies and landscape full of stars. The recollections, storytelling, reading page per page and ohhhh my, the lessons. I couldn’t have been served a better way to have spent my June. My gratitude to this challenge is bigger than the enormous smile you’ve given me and crawing through my 2021 for another June calendar looking forward to meeting us here again. At first when I saw the Winter challenge, I thought here’s yet another sail boat I can’t board, I mean Uganda has no Winter but here we are on day 22 and with all the working, sick days, lazy days and procrastination doses I still made it this far.
So my wrap up of the challenge will be my pledge and a note of Becoming Livia, the two prompts I missed that I so wish I could have been part of. I Livia Lina Koburungi Abbooki pledge to partake in this challenge till the very end, I promise to write on every prompt and also take time to read the various blog participating as I. I shall comment and learn where I can and so today I hope that my day one(the pledge) and day twenty two(the wrap up) are a blend of unbroken promises.
Moving on, becoming Livia is a tiresome journey and a very long read that is still going on. Livia is this child that was everywhere, raised in two different families and this taught me to keep trying everything until I found where I would fit in right. And if you’ve watched Zootopia, you know what I mean. See I’ll jump start at the old me while in high school, I sang, tried leadership, played basketball, volleyball, cricket, badminton, did swimming championships, even played football, tried spoken word poetry, and cooked all in the name of defining who I truly was. This went on for most of my o’level and I should say I have been hyper-active since I was a toddler so finding what talent I could develop was never enough. So I have this incomplete puzzle of me that I run the world every day to get closer to finishing it. And so today I choose to thank AfroBloggers for contributing to finding me. This journey has turned a lot of quilts that had me covered-lazy to moving forward into a future for I thought that my search party had stopped.
I have more than enjoyed this experience and more than I ever thought, I have learnt a lot. And to the blogging community I have met here, I couldn’t have bonded more with anyone better than you guys. I am grateful and I should say it’s been so much an honour to have a seat among such amazing writers. I look forward to doing this again, can’t believe I was scared to try it before. You’ve made every day blogging an easier medicine to swallow and if I am a flag bearer, here’s to have it proudly raised.
Thank you Afrobloggers and every one of us that’s been here, I will surely miss having a read every now and then, and to write after a day’s work.
Cheerio’s my dears, till next time. Thank you for passing by.