My weekend was quite short and the highlight was making my hair.
Yesterday for me was fun, educative and tiring too. Stay with me as I take you on a journey to events from my yesterday.
Mr. Alder stressed the fact that life isn't easy and emphasized the need for a warrior mentality so as to succeed in life. He pictured David and Goliath's scenario and then gave us 7 rules to overcome Goliaths in our life.
After spending almost a year in this community and in a situation where I never thought I could cope, I deemed it necessary to share with y'all some of the lessons I've learned and techniques on how to survive if you ever find yourself in such a situation.
I'm here again with another of my NYSC stories, this one is about Banga soup (someone will be saying, this girl must like food o 😎). It is commonly said that when you live among people of other tribes, one of the things you'll learn is their delicacy.
I really should have no 'house hunt wahala' right? My parents live in Lagos and I have some of my relatives that are based in Lagos, but here I was in this dilemma, yes, it was a 'house hunt wahala'. You see, I'm someone who likes owning her space and though I've been staying with... Continue Reading →
I and my NYSC bestie, Faith, had a very eventful weekend. Yea, it was eventful because of the trip we embarked on. The journey lasted about two hours plus, and it was definitely photo-filled and fun-filled.
“Why would God take note of an unworthy woman like me?” “Because the Lord knows His people wherever they are, even when they’re inside the wals of a pagan city. He knew you, Rahab, and He answered the prayer of your heart. God saved you from death, and God is now offering you a way to be grafted into His people.”