You said you’d pray for me when no one else could. Emi Mimo you said that when my heart was too heavy, Each time my lips were too tired to speak, My arms were weak from the tasks I took on too quick, Emi Mimo you said it was ok, you understood all my needs.
I cried and cried again, as I turned my gaze away from the pages of this captivating book. My eyes were heavy, my vision was blurred but my heart could see as bright as day. Tales of suffering told so eloquently. Words that flow so easily from page to heart. Kilanko delivers a tale so […]
Hello Friends, as promised, I have brought you a mini album following my recent trip to Nice! Sorry it has taken this long for me to get back into a rhythm with publishing posts, I have been recovering following the CHALLENGE!! I went on holiday in July and was ready with my camera, and put […]
Hello friends! I have a new post on ‘the naked convos’ titled Cheating and Yoruba Men . The comments are golden as usual! Is cheating a tribal thing? Why have Yoruba men been singled out? Make sure you stop by and leave a comment or two! Until next time! xx
I must confess, I do not watch many Nigerian movies. I did not grow up watching them, as they were known to contain a lot of spiritually unhealthy content at the time. However, as I have grown, the Nigerian film industry has grown as well. A lot of the movies being produced have morally beneficial […]
I have to admit it, but I’ve been in a very ‘in love’ mood lately. As friends from school say the words above and wedding bells ring all around me, I have found myself basking in the glow of love! This song just keeps coming to mind and I thought to share it with you! […]
This story began a few months ago, I needed to apply for a new job, and I did just that. I got my first choice job, yet everyone I told about this congratulated me with a whimsical glance. You see, I chose a job an hour away from where I used to live, an hour […]