Tuesday, May 31 2016
STORY OF A LIL MISS FLIGHT ATTENDANT.
"Two years ago, today, I made the biggest decision in my life, took a step I wasn't sure was gonna make me or break me. In a not so very PLEASANT r/ship of 6 and a half yrs, the fear of being judged, disappointing my family, giving my enemies a chance to feast, held me captive until that feeling of 'enough is enough' took over. Everything fell apart and I felt like I had lost everything except HOPE."
"I started thinking in priorities and in number one was MY SON and two, MY HAPPINESS. At this point I learned that I needed to step up to see my life and my son's better. I used to smile physically but dying with in, sorrow had become a lifestyle to me. My son was just about to turn two when a friend of mine told me about a job he thought best suits me but had to leave the country."
"In April 2014 6am I was at Serena hotel thinking I was one of the 1st few but I was one of the thousands who needed the job as bad as I did. I lost guts seeing the number of people that flooded the hotel. Young, old, tall, short, lawyers, tv presenters name it."
"The whole exercise took two days and I was hired finally."
"I had just a month to leave the country and now here i am. 30th may is the day i joined this amazing company that has turned ma whole life around. Now i look back at ma past, ma misery, ma sorrows and I smile because none of them broke me, they made me stronger."
Mimi went on to thank a few people including Zuena and Bebe Cool but this special friend she declined to mention made her story very interesting and every minute worth it.
"Last but not least, that one friend who pulled me into a toilet and prayed with me at the last level of our interviews. (Names withheld). And of course to all my friends and everyone who wishes me well. I can't mention all the names awo nsulawo. I love u all."
Rema Namakula's 30th birthday celebration in Dubai
No wedding for me, I'm in it for the money-Sheilah Gashumba