At the children class on Sunday, we were teaching forgiveness and a child was asked when do you forgive someone? He said we forgive when someone offend us. I was touched by his answer because a lot of times, when people hurt us we expect them to apologize before we could forgiven them. Unfortunately a… Read More Forgiveness! From a 4 year old.
A poem someone shared on Facebook with me, I loved it and hope you do too. Enjoy! Under The Dark Beautiful Sky…. Focus has its target Light has its reach Music has its rhythm Hope has its height Faith has its depth Trust has its limit Courage has its end Vision has its scope Voice… Read More Poetry
I wish I could write beautiful poetry, today I decided to put my thoughts in a Tanka. Tanka is a Japanese poem that has 5 lines and 31 syllables. It has been in my mind to write on uniqueness of God’s creation. We are all different and blessed with different gifts that if used together,… Read More Tanka with me
I have always been easily upset about things around me. When I was growing up, I did not like my things taken without my permission, I feel they think I cannot stop them from taking my things; I got angry when my younger ones refuse to take instructions and very sad when things don’t turn… Read More Can people Change?
The Cinderella story of happily ever after might be a fairy tale but is it possible to have a happily ever after in this life? Yes it is, when marriage is submerged in God, we will have a happily ever after. It takes continuous renewing, reviving and rediscovering yourselves by spending quality time with each… Read More Spend time with each other
What better way to spend a beautiful Tuesday, than to share pictures of some fascinators I made.
During recession it is difficult to meet up day to day expenses let alone save. I decided to research so as to find out how best to make ends meet. I prayed for God’s wisdom First I looked for areas to make money, I love hats, fascinators and I know how to make them, so… Read More Surviving during recession
I love eating bananas and there is this variety I grew up to like. When I moved to Lagos, I began to notice this small bananas, I call them “Yoruba banana” and I call the one I use to know “Igbo banana”. Most times the Igbo banana will be very expensive and the sellers will… Read More My Banana experience
A call to my mother in law yesterday, made me realize how lonely it could be to lose a loved one. We recently lost my father in law,and it has been so lonely for her especially now she is not allowed to leave the home(culture) for a certain period of time, everything in her environment… Read More Reflection
I saw a little girl in church today, with a beautiful hairdo, so I decided to try the hairdo myself for this week. I section my hair into six parts held them in a place with a wool thread( you could use an elastic band). I tuck the tip in and held with the same… Read More HAIRSTYLE