Myne Whitman's Writings
See, I was born and raised in Nigeria where corporal punishment is allowed from primary through secondary school and so I'm a bit immune to beatings (one major disadvantage of punishments). However, my parents only administered the cane when necessary, and there were never whips or belts flying around. I recently read about how a daughter, now 23, released...
“Zube, come on, it’s break time.” “I don’t want to go.” Twelve years old Zube shrank in his seat and looked up through the corner of his eyes at the person standing above him and gesturing. Ike was turned sideways, one leg already turned to the direction of the door. Outside waited Paul, fourteen years old and the other members of their neighborhood gang of boys...
I got the following guidelines in my email and want to share with you. I'm still struggling with some of them, but from the few I already practice, I know they definitely make me healthier and happier. I shared all on tweeter yesterday and my followers loved it and asked to see them in full. Feel free to share. Health:1. Drink plenty of water.2. Eat breakfast...
She lies atop her downy pillowsHer eyes upon the high ceilingBut she does not see the cracksLike those on the tortoiseshellCrossing the face of the plasterFor her gaze is upon the unseenAnd her thoughts lost in the mistsAs she tries to bring up anotherShe fixes in chiseled featuresIn the beloved outline of a faceHer creation then takes on the formOf one of the...
Myne Whitman is a pen name. She was born and raised in Enugu, Nigeria, where she spent most of her time, studying, reading and daydreaming or climbing trees and playing with the boys. She has a Master’s degree in Public Health Research but has chosen her...
Causes Myne Whitman Supports
Save the Children, Red Cross,
Myne’s Favorite Books
The Road Home The Thing around your neck A Thousand Splendid Suns Blue-eyed Devil