Sunday, November 15, 2009

9 months later....

None of us is pregnant nor will we be expecting babies anytime soon. We’re still taking the usual precautions against that type of STD! Actually that’s how long it’s been since I started this blog. I must say it’s been one hell of a ride, very different from my usual writing that I do at another place. I’ve made great blogging friends and also had my eyes opened wide to the challenges that gay people face every day.

Along the way I’ve had invitations to parties which I haven’t been able to attend (too old), received death threats which I didn’t take seriously (anon is as useful as a limp dick) and had shocking offers of a good time from all sorts of men (now I know why men are six times more likely to be struck by lightning than women). And even some women who wanted to turn me into a nice straight man. I turned all of them down nicely. Including the ones offering gifts (I’m not sure I’m worth much anyway, lol!).

All in all I’m still enjoying blogging and learning stuff about myself and about people generally. I hope to keep this going for as long as I enjoy it. Some mean people call this blog ‘Diarrhea of a gay Kenyan’, ha ha haha.

So, whatever your thoughts just remember that Life is a grindstone. Whether it grinds us down or polishes us up depends on us - Thomas L Holdcroft.

I love you all. Peace. xxx xxx.


  1. Love to you Tam.

    I enjoy your writing immensely, so leave the haters alone. You haven't written about travel in a long time...not complaining just miss ur escapades.

  2. Hey Mama,

    Thanks so much. We just haven't done much travelling recently apart from going to the farm on weekends. It's coming soon, with pics to boot, I promise. Take care. xx xx

  3. Congratulations Tamaku! May the blog continue to blossom and may the haters drown in their own vomit..

    Oh, and by the way, that word is 'diarrhoea', and may those who coined 'Diarrhoea of a Gay Kenyan' suffer from loose stools for the rest of their lives..

    Bravo Tams! Many of us think you're doing a great job. Say hi too to George.. :)

  4. Hi Anengiyefa,

    Wow, thanks pal. Really vindicates the journey of a thousand miles and single steps. Much love. xx xx

  5. Diarrhoea of a gay kenyan! lol! that sounds funny (no offence).

    Wow! nine months! time does fly by. Funny enough, i got inspired to start a blog by your blog.

    As for the trolls and grinches who have reared their ugly faces, u should love them since they have self defeating agendas. They served to make you stronger for the journey and they made the work you do all the more significant.

    A toast to u is in order. Cheers tammie!

    Take care n lav u!!

  6. Tamaku sasa hutaki kuambia ukweli ukiandika upuzi lazima tukuambie kaka hahha but we all want to read what you write so write on brother

  7. Happy Nine Months Tamaku and blog on! Nobody visits blogosphere at gunpoint.


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