TBT

@Meria Mata did not get to road test them but I sure know them. Mum had them and my Shoshos too. They must have been cormfy. However, I bought a similar pair 2 years ago at Bata hapo village market but sky blue in colour. Very nice, kind of cushioned. I needed a pair to wear for a trip to our 'mugunda/shamba' with my nephews and nieces in tow for a gardening err lesson. MM these kids could not believe me when I showed them where the sweet potato comes from. The banana tree, the sukuma wiki, the potatoes, the ndumas, they videod and took so many piks...etc. They kept saying so where is the sweet potato then?

It was hilarious but v sad to see the keen interest in zombified ps4/gaming young addicts and to also think that their parents have denied them this knowledge which was passed on by my parents freely. The shamba I took them to is a ridge. So we started from the top and made our way down to the river. They were so fascinated and kept ducking for cover as soon as a grasshopper whizzed by:(:(

They also can't speak a word of Kyuk/Swa inc the few in Kenya shame.:(nein nein nein this is unacceptable.

Shame on wazazi wa today. My sis dropped us and zoomed off:(. It is your thread MM so ngoma shoes led me to venting about unrelated ishus...and TBT kind of reminds me of my rich childhood which I hope to share with my kids.
walete wakae na guka for a month
 
@Meria Mata did not get to road test them but I sure know them. Mum had them and my Shoshos too. They must have been cormfy. However, I bought a similar pair 2 years ago at Bata hapo village market but sky blue in colour. Very nice, kind of cushioned. I needed a pair to wear for a trip to our 'mugunda/shamba' with my nephews and nieces in tow for a gardening err lesson. MM these kids could not believe me when I showed them where the sweet potato comes from. The banana tree, the sukuma wiki, the potatoes, the ndumas, they videod and took so many piks...etc. They kept saying so where is the sweet potato then?

It was hilarious but v sad to see the keen interest in zombified ps4/gaming young addicts and to also think that their parents have denied them this knowledge which was passed on by my parents freely. The shamba I took them to is a ridge. So we started from the top and made our way down to the river. They were so fascinated and kept ducking for cover as soon as a grasshopper whizzed by:(:(

They also can't speak a word of Kyuk/Swa inc the few in Kenya shame.:(nein nein nein this is unacceptable.

Shame on wazazi wa today. My sis dropped us and zoomed off:(. It is your thread MM so ngoma shoes led me to venting about unrelated ishus...and TBT kind of reminds me of my rich childhood which I hope to share with my kids.
It's never too late to impart a lesson!
 
walete wakae na guka for a month
And in TbT sytle hope you love this old xtian catholic song that keeps me going. Wee Mwanangu , joo usokotee juu utubu thambi. Rudi kwangu...milele na milele. Mpenzi wangu...I love my catholic faith so bad. Classic. I will play you some songs soon by Missa ya BURA huko Taita hills. As Easter looms.

 
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