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"Hello!! It has been quite hectic in the office as you can imagine, with fewer staff members. We have new entertainment group that joined recently - this does make for more interesting days (celebrity watching, etc.), nevertheless there is a lot…"
"Hi Mama "Mut" (Courage auf deutsch),
Thank you. I'm nominating your blog, too! I'm a bit overwhelmed, as always, but it's all good. But who I am telling. . .how are you? How is it at work with fewer staff members?
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I have just been introduced to this club and I am so excited! I'm a newbie at blogging but I can tell, I am going to love it. Mama Shujaa means Mother Courage in Kiswahili. I'm thrilled at the opportunity to share our family stories. We have three beautiful children and we've lived in this country for over 20 years. I'm from Kenya and my handsome hubby is from Nigeria.
I work a full-time job in corporate America but writing is my passion. I look forward to getting to know all you mommy bloggers. Cheers.
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I thought about you the other day when i was writing a post on my blog. It's about multiculturalism in America and trying to keep onto the old culture while being part of the new culture (primary). I references one of W.E.B Dubois wonderful quote from The Souls of Black Folk and that's when I remember u you mentioning him. Amazing author!
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