By Alex Roberts
Philomena Walugha is kind of a one stop shop for Mombasa creativity- she teaches dance; organizes trips within the coast and puts outlandish twists on plant pots through her company House of Pots and Flowers
We at EA Scene thoroughly understand that by this point, you’re in your house actively talking to plants. The flowers are nice enough, but that cactus…he’s been hard to reach lately.
In order to keep up the interpersonal politics of the various shrubbery in your humble abode- we highly suggest looking into giving the plants a new home.
Since the walls are closing in anyway- you might as well make them look substantially improved; most definitely look into Philo’s works to pre-order for the post pandemic days. Also since you’ve-been-slowly-staring-further-into-the-void-while-you-monotonously-spoon-yourself-ice-cream-from-the-container-until-you-realized-its-melted-and-then-you-drink-it; it might be time to shape back up, and to that end Philo will be taking students for online dance classes.
Look up some more of her work and by all means look her up.