Thanks for visiting. This blog is dedicated to you and yours 😊. Each time you find yourself here, you give me the adrenaline to keep running, thriving and trying. I’m glad you trust me enough to want to hear me out.
I thought it was best if I let breeze blow a little on my newest release – Under the Sun, before I continue with my blog posts. I’m not quite sure if enough breeze has blown, but there is no harm in enjoying the breeze, while we sing soft blues in the background – the India way 😁.
Just before I get carried away with this article, I want to appreciate everyone that has read my book, shared it, and gave feedbacks. Y’all made it worth the while. Thank you!
One of the best videos you’d see on the internet, trending for about two days now, is an Evangelist, who went about preaching, somewhere in Ogun State. The centre of his message was pivoted on lies, that is, he preached against lies. How he went about it was both amusing and touching. For me, I’d say, message received.
Let me run you through the lyrics and then you’d play the embedded video below. You have most likely seen it, but I’ve not been tired of playing this video, over and over again, especially the part where he start to sound the bell in a melodious rhythm, danced to it and sang along 😂 💃 . Are you sure I won’t turn this to my Phone Ringing Tone 🤔?
This is my first post of the year, I hope it’s not too late to wish you a Happy New Year? It’s not? Oh thank goodness! Happy New Year 😁. I apologize for not starting out early with my blog posts this year, but here I am, with suit and my tie well fast round my neck. We what? We meeuve 🚶!
I was just few minutes into the Citation movie, I got intrigued by the graphics, the transition in between scenes, the representation of the African culture, the meaningful dialogues, the casts, and the systematic unfolding of the story, it all summed up into a perfect artistic piece. I was forced to pause in between, and ask Google if it was still Kunle Afolayan that wrote it. It was him! What was I expecting 😂? He has a good track record in telling true African stories.
Let go, let God. Beyond the rhyme, lies an equivocal dimension; both superficial and the one bending you towards action. The whole idea is, there are times when you have to release what you’re holding tightly in your fist and know peace. But how?
Five months ago, I carried a cute baby girl in my arms, she started bullying me with her crocodile tears – no teary water at all, just raising her voice putting out weeen, ween sound 😩. I gave her back to her mum, and she started smiling in her mother’s cuddle, while looking at me🙄🤦, really? Well, I’m sure I wasn’t a bully when I was a cute little baby 🥰. My mum said I was a friendly cute little baby 😁😁. E shock you🤣?
For the first time in a long time, I saw constructive criticism in a thread. A man tweeted yesterday, about his nephew Bridger, a six-year-old boy, who saved his little sister, who could have been badly injured by a dog or even killed.
Early in the morning of July 4th, I took a course on Alison’s site “Coronavirus – What you need to know.” It first felt like Why should I do this? What for? Am I being unnecessarily curious? Haven’t I known enough? You likely had this same thought when you saw the post’s headline. Obtaining a certificate sounds ridiculous too, who gets a certificate on Coronavirus 🤣…I find it cool all the same 😎