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Anais Nin

“There are very few human beings who receive the truth, complete and staggering, by instant illumination. Most of them acquire it fragment by fragment, on a small scale, by successive developments, cellularly, like a laborious mosaic.” 8 more words

Quotes And Aphorisms

Finalised Logos Developed

Developed Logos

For the developments, I made the logos look more professional by applying gradients. I did this because I felt that my previous idea for the designs was too simple and could be developed a little further for them to look better and more engaging. 43 more words

The Future

Logo Designs Finalised

Company – South Devon Coastal Renewable Energy Network (SDCREN)

The ideas I had for the developed designs for the company’s logo were to have a small icon next to the abbreviated company name. 528 more words

Research

No chase cars for DP! William Ruto endures heavy traffic jam as his son chauffeurs him to church in a posh Audi (Photos)February 20, 2017

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Deputy President William Ruto last Sunday ditched his official ride to be driven to church by his son in German machine. 106 more words

POLITICS

It's Been a Year.

One year. One month. Three days. That was the last time I posted on here. Life got BUSY! We celebrated our sweet boy’s 1st birthday, our 4th wedding anniversary, our sweet girl’s 3rd birthday, starting head start, new jobs, therapy, graduation… it’s been a busy year. 423 more words

Family

Accessibility Is Not A Frill

After work I went to No Frills to pick up a few things. I use transit and I do not yet have one of those little carts you see people use to easily transport their groceries. 397 more words

Accessibility

Nandi Deputy Governor Drum's up for Re- Election of their Administration

Hon Domic Biwott Speaking to the congregation

Nandi Deputy Governor Dominic Biwott took the opportunity to thank residents for giving him the leadership mantle and enumerated the achievements of their administration since they took power in 2013. 341 more words

POLITICS