Congratulations Adams my darling, we made it through the first year! Yippee! Isn’t she lovely. . . You know how they say that a woman forgets the travails of pregnancy & birth at the sight of her child? Yyeeeeeaaaahhhhhh! Lol. I had a tough time when I was pregnant with you, Grace. I started throwing… Continue reading Mo’ Grace is 1
There was a time in my life when I decided I wasn’t ever going to get married. Much of what I’d seen in marriages, my parent’s marriage included, was just people who wanted to kill themselves but had to stay together because of the children. Always because of the children. Always together, forever apart.
Where did all the years go?! This is the age my siblings and I referred to as ‘old’ when we were little girls. In some ways, I don’t feel old and in some other ways, I am an old sage, maybe even a wise sage… I miss being young 🙂 I love birthdays. I believe… Continue reading It’s the big 30! Yaaaayyy!
So, I was nominated by Mary (A.I. Mercygrace) to talk about why I love Jesus. No, it’s not the ALS IceBucketChallenge and it’s not akin to that. Click here for the link to Marygrace’s post on Facebook. I have always wanted to talk about this and I seriously wonder why I never did! Sheesh!… Continue reading Why I Love Jesus
There is another edition of Kingslife’s Quarterly Breakfast Prayer Meeting coming up on the 2nd of August and you and yours are very invited. It is tagged “Exploring The Deep Secrets of God“. It’s on Saturday, August 2, 2014 by 8am prompt. Ministering – Funlola Craig and Funso Ige. Venue – NECA House, Plot A2, Hakeem… Continue reading Quarterly Breakfast Prayer Retreat
Sister Anne, if I have thanked you before, it’s all good but I want to thank you again. My life was/is blessed because you came my way. I won’t ever forget you. I love you. My bestest regards to the crew and happy birthday to your girls in a few days… 🙂 Hello… Continue reading THE SECRET PLACE
I first read this story when I was a teenager trying to decide if I was going to be serious about this Christianity of a thing I was born into. I went to church because I couldn’t very well say to my parents, “No, I don’t want to go to church”. That was like a… Continue reading The Donut Master