They have deep conversations about God, life, death, crisis of meaning, the past, the future, and everything in between.Continue reading “Day 24: What lovers do”
I believe it’s a great privilege to be able to eat and appreciate food with others. Something about sharing meals together strengthens the bond and keeps our spirits high.Continue reading “Day 19: Food on the table”
My thoughts are like an octopus
And I’m in the middle,
Wrapped in all the tentacles
Barely breathing.Continue reading “Day 5: Wait for rescue”
Day 30: What changed this month and what you hope will happen in the next month
Yaaaaaay!!!!! We did it. This is the same excitement I shared at the FMCG games when my team won. There’s nothing as satisfying as completing a project you’ve been on. Sometimes, people don’t even remember how great the start was if you end poorly or don’t end at all.
I’m really grateful to God that we could finish this challenge.
Today’s post is interesting. And I must warn anyone who wants to experiment with it, that this only works 99% of the time. 😁 Let’s dive into it now, shall we!
Thanks for coming to my blog today! It’s day 20 of the 30 days challenge I started at the beginning of the month. The two-fold goal of writing consistently to break the writer’s block and win back traffic, have been totally worth it! All the posts are not planned- I literally wake up to ask myself what today’s challenge is. I hope you also enjoy the surprise that comes with each new day as well. Thank you for the comments, likes, and readership. You guys are the best! With 10 days left, I’m sure that God will see us through to the very end. Let’s check out today’s challenge!
I’m cracking my fingers in all eagerness to start typing. Lol. Okay, as many of you know, I’m from Nigeria. When it comes to disrespecting parents, I can’t divorce it from my Nigerian heritage. Sit back and relax while I take you on this journey.