I’ve been blogging for almost 4 months now. I most say that it’s quite an interesting art!! Someone, once asked me to define blogging and what it means to me. In my honesty, I simply responded as follows : “Blogging is the art of playing with words, with the intention of using real life stories intertwined […]Read More The secret life of a blogger ♡♡
Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! That’s my phone vibrating, under my pillow, where I placed it before falling asleep, after completing my 4th night shift for the week. Apparently, the buzzing sound woke me up from la la land. I looked at my phone to know who had called me, it was one of my friends. I […]Read More The waiting game 2- I am not the candidate!!!LOL
I vividly remember my clienteles reactions as soon as they realized that December 2009, will probably be the last time , that I would make clothes for them. (The ones that I confided in). It was a bitter -sweet moment for the most part. My clienteles were excited, at the same time worried about the […]Read More Gifted hands – the finale !
Welcome to this exciting series of the ‘waiting game’ . As we marinate on this interesting topic, that’s subject to occur on planet earth, lol! Incase you’re wondering what this term means. It is a trendy way of describing, those moments/time period in a single woman’s life, when the woman, thinks she is ready to be married […]Read More The waiting game!!!-Girl talk -part I
In the book of Genesis, Abraham and Sarah were visited by three random strangers. These strangers were angels in disguise, with the audacity to gently remind Abraham, of God’s promise, to make him the father of many nations , and also, that Sarah will bear a child in her old age. Y’all know that […]Read More Gifted hands (part VIII) – The war within me! !!
I was born in Syracuse, Onondaga county, New York. This area is home to one of the research universities in the United States known as Syracuse University. Back in the days, when the Nigerian government, genuinely awarded scholarships to students based on merit, some students had the opportunity to study overseas. Unfortunately, it’s not the case in […]Read More Gifted hands (VII)- “the known to the unknown”
“How could you stoop so low to become an apprentice in a sewing shop? It’s not a professional job! You’re going to end up in poverty! You are a disgrace to the lineage of this family!” If you’re reading this blog, I’m pretty sure, you’re surprised at the comments above. What if I told you that in […]Read More Gifted hands part VI-“to be or not to be”