Has anyone of you ever had a moment in life, about someone you sit to think about, and you feel like he/she is inside your mind, playing pool table, table tennis, chess, golf, beach volleyball, plus hide and seek? It happened to me recently after a one day meeting with someone I recall her name to have been Balyewunya Blessing. The most hurtful thing is I knew it was a one day meeting; perhaps it has always been that.
The morning after wasn’t the same, just like a person who met an angel last night. He will definitely lose sight for all other things. There things I can’t forget to remember about the timely meeting. It had just finished raining on a hot tarmac, warm vapor roamed the whole place like burning steam, and my pants got dumb while my legs cut through these thin warm breezes.
It was at a coffee shop where our meeting was staged up and I reached on time, Two oh ten. Wow, it was the earliest I ever arrived at a Meetup. However, theirs wasn’t anyone like Blessing and I couldn’t go table by table asking “Are you blessed?” of course everyone will say yes! LOL then I wouldn’t find the real Blessed Balyewunya.
No matter, from a distance was a lady on a phone call, like she was a model, decently dressed like she was of a humble background. Beautifully smiled like she was blessed, actually she was Blessing. Meet Blessing Balyewunya, a 17-year-old doing HEL at Mbogo College school, and she’s in her senior Five.
Blessing not only enjoys music but also does music, something she calls her top passion. “I have two things I love. Being a musician and also a business lady” she said to me in a talk that ran for a long while. Blessing has a passion for modeling; no wonder I easily thought she was a model at the first sight. On top of all, she’s a proud Pastor’s kid. Her decency anyway told it all.
She likes cooking a skill passed on from her sweet mom; she’s not into outings, unless it’s a church thing. Blessing is a multi-talented type with the passion of acting on top of the so many amazing things about her. Meet Blessing, for an evening made of corns, and buttered ice cream.
Written by Nelson Nyombi
About Nelson Nyombi
Nelson Nyombi is a writer of English novels, suspense, thrillers and love stories in that category. He wrote for you The curse at standbirth, a book that was published in May 2017 and available for online readers across the globe on Amazon UK, USA, Australia and Asia. Nelson is working on a series of novels including an adventure that will run for a number of years but presenting first is The online Girl novel soon coming to Uganda. Nelson is also a blogger working for axedsubtech.com, Cocis.news, and ugtechmag.com in addition to a software engineering career he’s just developing at Makerere University.
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