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Hebu niulize, na si kwa ubaya, What is so important about being an RN?
Kila mahali nikienda, RN. Hata madame kama Amanda are finding it very hard to find husbands, kwa sababu ya mariingo. Aki mtu akipata ka RN matako hulia bwata!
You have never met Amanda Njeri, she is not a real person, but you have met her type. Wale madame walipata D+ KCSE then found themselves in the USA studying in a community college. Later she got to be RN. Na hapo ndio maringo ikaanza.
Every man she meets, mara he is short, too black, from the wrong village, has an accent, I cannot be married by a Mkamba, on and on and on.
It is now at 39 years that Amanda is so lonely in her 3 bedroomed house in the suburbs that she has started crying that Kenyan men are useless. That she cannot understand what they are looking for in a wife.
Sasa, ukiwa in your 20s na early 30s ilikuwa ni maringo na hizo pesa zako. Now the biological clock is against our Amanda.
Na sisemi kuwa nurse ni vibaya. But if you do not have a nurse friend, pray that you never get one. Or marry one.
Saa zote ni kuringia mabwana. Mara I make more money than your two group home jobs. Mara my car is mine, mara you are a useless man!
They don't even realize that the group home jobs enabled the man to get some credit union loan to start off her college. That the group home jobs were paying for all the household bills before the RN was the talk of the house.
Anyway. If you see an Amanda Njeri in your neighborhood. Mwambie hata sisi ambao hufanya ma group homes we are also buying land in Kitengela. We are also building apartments in Ruaka and Athi River. Mungu si Adhumani!
At the end of the day. Pesa ni pesa. So long as sijaiba ya mtu.
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Nadina. Set to g the Lots of Money (and maybe Easy Money) RNs Make, to marry an RN is for Husband or Wife) is to marry a Sick Spouse and a Chore from a Sick Family (the Hospital). Why call RN sick spouses? Because Hanging Around or Dealing with Sick people (as RNs do) day-in-day-out is in most cases Emotionally, Mentally, Psychologically, Physically STRESSFUL, DEPRESSING and Debilitating to Most Marriages( especially Spiritual). RN Marriage need Prayers Day-in-Day-Out to Function NORMAL rather than the Usual Abnormal for 90% of them. In other words RN Marriages are Essentially a DISASTER 90% of the time. Don't let their Flashy Lives DECEIVE You.
Why are you so concerned then? Has Amanda asked you to marry her? And yes,it's important to be a RN. Sounds like you not only suffer from short man's syndrome but you also have dementia like the patients you take care of in the group home. And for your records,We are many who can't deal with ignorant men who don't even know how to love a woman,nkt!
What kind of small minded blog is this being written by someone who is so bitter. If Amanda is doing okay why would that bother you? In the US there are many well paying jobs you can work for and they are looking for people left and right. This fixation with others who you perceive are doing better is problematic. If you don't like your job go back to school cos jealousy will consume you.
I'm really confused as to why the writer took time out to bash an Amanda. Surely, men and women reject each other for myriads of reasons and this is not exclusive to Kenyans or RNs CNA, . That write up was cold kiasi, but heh Mwakilishi I suppose is an outlet for self expression so I ain't hatin'
Sure for those who are desperate to pair up, it is a concern to find love.But it is also fun to just date around,and sample men of all races and walks.
If you are being rejected for being too dark,and too short, pull up your SAT score of 2400,and your pay stub of $3000 aweek. Suddenly you will be the most available bachelor...
Tell me about it Maxiley. Most Kenyan chiles didn't pay some of us nerds any mind while the DJ types got all the Kenyan girls. We had no option but to grind through school while meeting our intimacy needs with non Kenyan campus chiles from all walks of life. Fast forward, the DJ types are still spinning while the nerds are moving on up. Later in life, the same chiles who wouldn't have paid any attention previously wanted to hang out all of a sudden. Some desperately wanting you to father a child as their biological clock was ticking(I was asked by four different Kenyan chiles and each of my close Kenyan male friends have been asked at least once) What changed all of a sudden? ....and yes, I don't begrudge Amanda because like any group, there are good ones and bad ones... ..my early experiences did not stop me from marrying a fellow Kenyan quite a few years. It's sheng and Kyuk in my household full time which is music to my ears.
I don't get. Why didn't you get the same loan and go to RN school. I'm a Kenyan man and I'm an RN. I'm not alone in this field, a lot of Kenyans (both genders) are working as nurses.
Amanda Njeri should try other races. The idea that the Kenyan man can solve all problems is shown time and again does not work.
Being a nurse in the states can be used as a tool against joblessness but does not necessarily mean that the men have lost their value because more women have taken up this path.
As for Kenyan men. I suggest to pursue other paths that may not be traditional in the Kenyan context.
In the American context one can do trades and make good money i.e Mechanic etc. if you know what you are doing.
The Kenyan women who cannot find husbands in the Kenyan men pool try other groups. Don't assume that other groups are better without trying. Maybe you might have a solution for other women in the same boat as you are.
Amanda. I get Your Point(s); and you're right. tDo NOT marry an RN. They're Lifeless and Hot Air to Boot.
Amanda njeri are so many here in US.Tgey started as cna's/gna's but they are now afainist them.Maringo na kuwa demoralize so I kidogo.They even gang you up with African American gna's and make your life he'll in those nursing homes and group homes forgetting that they are Kenya's too.Haibu, Haiti wadada.
Aish, this writer is coming to spoil the name of RN's eti we got D+ by the way you should read around and get facts and statistics right. I can already tell that you are someone that doesn't read at all. First of all majority of Kenyans living in the US are an educated bunch and why? Because majority of us came here through F1 and who gets a student visa with a D+? Never heard of anything like that. You also need to be educated on the nursing curriculum, it's very very obvious that someone with a D+ can successfully finish a nursing program leave alone getting in the program coz they ask for a translated Kenyan high school GPA before getting in. Acha kutuharibia jina. Majority of us are married to solid Kenyan men and we are humble in our homes while raising our families. There are also successful single nurses. Has anyone ever died of being single. No one stays single for life in diaspora, at one point even Amanda Njeri will meet a man be it a widower, divorcee or someone to spend her life with. Instead of lifting up your fellow Kenyan sisters trying to balance career and family you are busy writing cheap demoralizing blogs. Have some positivity please.
Aish, this writer is coming to spoil the name of RN's eti we got D+ by the way you should read around and get facts and statistics right.
Lakini hapa dada let me correct you. Unless youve been living under a rock, Matiangi happened and the secret is now out. The last 10 years, only 12% of grads were college material. The rest faked KCSE results by bribed schools. Hiyo ni ukweli from author you cant argue.
My main beef though is that the advice often falls on deaf ears or women in denial. Mara they attack the messenger, halafu they say ati date elsewhere (Kenyan men are like 99% of men you find hapa US) If you cant convince your fellow mwafrika, how are you going to do that to Jose who has no time for maringo and gets married early.
When all else fails, then you hear some saying ati its fine to be single, utapata widow or widower.SMH. Young women dont fall for the lies of these old bitter women. cling to the advice ulipata from ingoo. Get a man in your 20's preferably or at most 33. Pata watoto and your life will be so much more fulfilling. More than the fake cars, RN titles and sick patients to care for.
Useless people are always busy living other peoples lives and looking for reasons for the happenings. Most people women or men have been rejected at one or other in their lives and not necessarily for any particular reason, I have been rejected but I have rejected, sometimes not for any paricular reason, may be just have been a wrong time. Find good reason to live for, nothing is easy in this life.
This post was not to bring down the RN, it's intent was to make the so called 'professional women' to wake up.
Although marriage is not the ultimate goal in life, but they need to stop underestimating the small hustle. It's the same issue affecting our ladies back home. They downgrade the juakali people but end up regretting later as these juakali people end up living in posh homes as their tiny investments finally add up and they are able to afford homes in Runda and the professionals are still stuck in places like Rongai or Nairobi west.
Let our professional people stop underestimating the efforts of the juakali people. Those efforts do add up eventually. And yes, they may not be in an office with big titles, but they end up with fortunes.
I also see it happening here in the USA. Those in the juakali jobs are looked down upon. But I have also seen Profesional engineers quit work in the offices to join these juakali people in international shipping and running businesses. But our so called RN are busy being blinded by the fact that they are comfortable and are able to pay for their basic needs without struggling and forget that starting a business is not easy but eventually one does break even but in a profession the highest you can get is a job promotion that comes with a few dollars increment on the hour.
Let these RN not question how backward this article is, but open their eyes to reality. Let the one who has eyes see, let the one who is blind continue to call this article backward and retrograde. It's all up to an individual. Those who are ready to open their eyes will see the sense behind this so called 'shallow article' but those still blinded by the comforts of being an RN will call this article 'words of a bitter writer' and 'backwards'.
Whatever the case, this article will open eyes only for those who are willing to see.
When was your last Bowel movement(haja kubwa)? Did you pass gas today? Amanda,endelea na maswali kama haya wenzako wakioleka. Kudos to nurses in late 30s and married.