I am well
I am healed
I am safe
I have faith
I am not afraid
I am well
I bet you’ve heard the saying
no one knows tomorrow
several times and thought
well, the richest man in the world knows tomorrow
Coronavirus disease (covid-19) has put life as we know it on hold all around the world. I happened to be away at some point during this pandemic and I’m sharing my travel experience with you all. If you haven’t read the first part, you would have to read it first because this post is a continuation of the previous one.
I was excited about getting time off work and spending quality time with my little sister and my friends. However, as the commencement of my trip got closer, I became worried. We only had one case of covid-19 in Nigeria but the cases around the world kept increasing every day.
There’s never a right time
It’s going to be scary
You will wonder if you’re sane
There will always be a reason to wait
I’ve been blogging for three years!!! If my blog was a baby, it would be talking by now lol. I can’t believe I’ve been blogging for three years. A lot has happened in the last three years and I can’t imagine writing not being a part of my life.
It’s been seven hundred and eight days
since I last heard from you
I wonder if you’re okay every day
and I still see you in my dreams
In bed but I can’t sleep. I check the time and it’s 2:00am. My legs ache like I ran all day and I’m feeling hot from the inside. The heat is so much it’s starting to transcend outside my body even though the air conditioning is on and I’m right underneath it.
I finally stopped by Ofada Boy for lunch with my friend last month after what seemed like forever. Keep reading to see what we ate and what I think of the restaurant.