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Welcome to my blog!

Thank you so much for dropping by. I’m Olive.

I am a village girl; wild at heart. I thrive more away from the hassle and bustle of the city. I love to listen to the birds chirp, the scent of the first rain. I love to read books once I manage to break my stare away from the ‘running’ trees while on a bus.

I am a Radio Producer during the week forging a living to feed my hobby – travel.

When I grow up; I want to see the world, own a dog, a hammock and a vintage BMW.

47 thoughts on “About Me

  1. hohohoooo.. ggggwee!!… dis shit is dddddope!!.. gal lets hear you spit it en start thinkin booth or some.. hah!

  2. Some people make the world special just by being in it.Stand up for what you believe in, even if you’re standing alone

  3. Miss Branch, i see this is an addendum to your earlier post about me. I am however inclined to ask, which of the two is better, the ultra ego or the Olive i know. The determined ferociously hard-working and determined upcoming star that you are? In the life goals of O’lee and Olive, which takes centre stage when? Patronage aside, what emotions do you think your writing brings to your readership? Are we meant to sympathise with you, empathise with you or pray for you? Or should we pick up some of the olive leaves from the minds and come up with a tree of thoughts.

    In short, honest writing is the key. Few are interested in who you are, many are interested in what you have to say.

    So, what do you want to say?

    1. Hello Ovil, thank you for taking time to pass by here to leave a few words.
      There is no difference between Olive and O’lee, I only choose to use O’lee for my writing and my othere different projects to give it a character separate from my day to day life.
      O’lee and Olive are one and the same – “hard working and determined upcoming star” – as you so kindly put it πŸ™‚
      Regarding the emotions of my readership, it’s relative. That’s why I ask for their thoughts after each post, because I’d love to hear what they think of my writing.
      I hope I’ve been able to answer you.
      Thanks again πŸ˜€

  4. Hello Olive, You can sure write! from the fullness of the heart the mouth speaks,so does the hand write. I love your passion for greatness. I pray that you step in the true greatness, that is of knowing Christ much more. I love you. Bobson.
    must say you are great writer.

  5. dame, u beat ma brains out, o’ me, an’ right na’ ama wach’em bounce like up an’ down. its beau-ti-ful-ly soothing.

  6. wooh i write too but gal ur too gd…luv evry tng u write about and actually reading it is making ma weekend good kip the fire of writing burning

  7. Thanks For The Good Work Olive. Am An Avid Reader Of Your Writing And Can I Still Legitimately Say, I Draw My Inspiration; My Writing Inspiration From You. I Will Give You A Call And We Talk At Length. How About That?

  8. I think all has been said, i concur with my ‘learned friends’:-))

    Jokes! blogs, tourism pictures and fullness is inspirational..for me it shows how much Uganda has to offer..we can all be ambassadors in our own way!

    Thanks,
    Tom

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