You might already know Afrobloggers, if you don’t, they are the reason that I’m blogging every day. This photo to me means hope; hope for African bloggers like me to achieve their dreams

My parents, the people you have to thank for the person I am today. I love them so much and thank them for the job well done because I turned out pretty amazingšŸ¤£. They mean the world to me and I thank God for keeping them for me, not just alive but together. This photo means love.

My special cup from someone special, a reminder to keep smiling, because I owe it to myself. I have coffee in it every morning at work and get my smile to start me off on a good note. This means that I am loved, and someone cares that I have an amazing day every day.

GoalsšŸ¤£, kungorotawo hangu (just dreaming). One day I will have a photo like that, fitness goals with my person hehe. This photo just represents what could be if was really serious with working out. But hey we are getting somewhere, watch the space.

Appletree, this is a dedication to a friend. When I told her about today’s post she said you can even use a pic at an Apple tree. So when I thought about it I was like Apple trees don’t really mean much to me, I’m not a huge fan of apples. But then I realised I do appreciate the shade and the oxygen, so I’m not just appreciating apple trees, I’m appreciating all treesšŸ˜œ. So I guess this photo means life.

Day 26 we made it.

Till tomorrow