Hello, how has life been treating you lately? I’m in London for a few days and I’m totally over the weather. If it was just the cold, I wouldn’t mind much but it’s been raining every day and the sun has been scarce.
The way you hold my hands
And the way you hug me tight
The way you touch my face
And the way you kiss me all over
I grew up an independent woman who always managed to get things done without asking for help. I may have been dying inside but I thought it was weak to let people know I needed their assistance. Back then, I kept trying to get things right even if that meant I had to try a million times.
I shed a tear this morning
And it wasn’t because I miss you
but because I was in a happy mood
after a long time of beating myself up
No matter how you are feeling, get up every morning and let your light shine forth.
Never try to please everyone, if you do, you will be respected by no one.
The great wisdom of life is to realize that we can be the masters of things that try to enslave us.
I think I’m unrelenting
but things are changing
The clock is ticking
Time is speeding
I spent every day at the hospital
but I didn’t care
I spent my birthday at the hospital
but I didn’t care
The sky holds a promise
and none can compare
It’s clear and true
It’s bright and blue
I love how The Nigerian Fashion Industry has grown over the years and one doesn’t need to shop outside the country for quality pieces any longer. There are so many Fashion Designers making waves every day locally and internationally and I try to support made in Nigeria clothes as much as my purse can allow.
I’m a Muslim by birth and practice and I had only ever been to a church for a wedding ceremony until recently when I went for a midweek service. Christianity and Islam are the two dominant and organized religions in Nigeria and in most cases, every Nigerian is identified by one of the two religions.
Speak with love
Learn with love
Lead with love
Dream with love