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. Advertisements
I think I am back to regular programming. I sincerely apologise for the break in transmission and I promise to do better from here on out… It is like Olatoxic said in this here post, I Forgot, I just forgot how to write. *sigh* So, I want to talk about Jimi Agbaje joining the… Continue reading Voting the man not the party
I want to write about #BringBackOurGirls and Jack Bauer in Sambisa. I want to write about our president and about Nigeria. I want to write about how many things need to be done in this country and I want to rant and rant and rant… But I am angry and helpless and a little tired.… Continue reading Doing This For A Friend…
My very fondest teenage memories are of Sister Anne Ugobor; her sons, her car, her kitchen, her lovely house in Adeniyi Jones, her TV, her sound system, her original CDs, the smell of her clothes, her love towards me and mine, her delicious food, her big tins of Milo and Peak milk, her smile, her… Continue reading Breaking Lethargy
Hello! I thought it expedient to update you on properties for sale at the moment. Here is a list of profitable assets you can add to bring positive change in your assets. Call on us to avail you of these mouth watering opportunities. 1) 50 hectares at Ajah along Lekki-Epe express way adjacent Abraham Adesanya… Continue reading Properties For Sale
There will be a special edition of Breakfast Prayer Meeting. Please find the details below. Nigeria at 100! Measuring The Future HELP COMETH! is a quarterly breakfast prayer meeting where the primary focus is to intercede for the family, church and nation. It is a time of wholesome worship, undiluted Word of God and… Continue reading Help Cometh! Nigeria at 100: Measuring The Future
😀 God is indeed good! I was reminded of this earlier today when I was stranded in Ogba. That should be a movie title – Stranded in Ogba. Here comes the cool story… My madam at the top sent me to the bank to do some transactions. I do not like going into banking halls… Continue reading I have a TESTIMONY!