Ok so in recent times, it’s become a trend in Nigeria, or so Nigerians think – The preference for ‘low-sugar. I would have thought the idea behind the consumption of sugar was to feel it caress your tongue, satisfy your desire for some easy energy boost, curb binges, among other sweet advantages. But it seems … More What’s the craze about low sugar anyway?
When he told her the most beautiful time of his day was when he watched her sleep, she couldn’t imagine how raw she must of being in her sleep. When he told her she was most beautiful when she wakes up, she couldn’t imagine how crude her face must have been. Yet, all through her … More Beauty at Dawn
It’s unbelievable sometimes how I remember vivid images of my childhood. Good things are less remembered than the bad experiences I’ve had. My husband thinks there must be something wrong with most of my childhood to have kept mostly the bad memory. Hmph! I don’t know. I don’t talk much so the best way to … More Understanding the Mind of a Child
This is a disgusting topic to even address, if I do say so myself. But we all do it at one point or the other, even the Queen of England. Hehehe. But I REALLY can’t stand farts. Yes, no doubt once in a while its permissible otherwise you would need to seek medical attention but … More Embarrassing Problems
Once upon a Love …. I experienced helpless love full of hearts and flowers. It’s always on my mind but I do well to shut it out. Now, it’s just a tormenting dream. It won’t go away. I don’t want it to go away. After all, they say people live and die without knowing the half … More Hearts and Flowers
Celebrate the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Enjoy salvation and prosper. Let this season mark the beginning of new things to come in your life. Happy Easter!
The rush of adrenaline, the debates on the lips of Nigerians, the hope of a better Nigeria, the uncertainty of desired change – yet we knew we needed to decide. We yearned for change …. CHANGE FROM THE CORRUPTION AND INSURGENCE ravaging our land among other things. It wasn’t so much a case of shift … More The moment Nigeria decided