Articles By Wairimu Muriithi
U.S. visas are a ridiculously expensive gamble
I started to panic, but S talked me through it, told me to hold the panic small and tight until we got indoors. I managed because she was holding me.
This was my first time on the other end of a kid’s birthday party: an apparently responsible adult amongst other apparently responsible adults.
The first time my wound was recognized, I was trying to photograph it for the doctor I had to go see a week after I got burned.
But Simi’s Simisola was good for the pain.