Monday, October 15, 2012


We started preparing for my pastors wedding few months back ..and it seems so long, but guess what the wedding finally came to action on the 13th october, the wedding was awesome, we were all happy for him, you should have seen my pastor dancing, it was hurt... The bridal train was 21 ladies and 21 grooms men, it was the longest have ever seen, it was really colourful and perfect. we danced salsa dance with the newest couple. am so happy for my pastor even though we cant believe he is married, nut guess what he is. He is a nice person so most of us went out of our way to make the wedding great, i decorated the cars for the wedding, i was honoure. i wish them all the best in life. CHEERS

Thursday, May 10, 2012


many times we think of so many things in life, things that we wish could happen, things that happened in the past, but the truth is our mind cant stop thinking, just be careful of what you think about, because you only have this life to live. live it well, dont let anyone stop you because you are UNIQUE

Thursday, January 19, 2012



The gift of listening
But you must really listen. No interrupting no daydreaming, no planning your response, just listening.

The gift of affection
Be generous with appropriate hugs, kisses, pats on the back and hand holds, let these small actions demonstrate the love you have for family and friends.

The gift of laughter
Clip cartoons, share articles and funny stories. Your gift will say I love to laugh with you

The gift of a written note
It can be a simple ‘thanks for the help’ note or a full sonnet. A brief hand written note may be remembered for a life time and may even change a life.

The gift of compliment
A simple and sincere, you look great in red, you did a super job or that was a wonderful meal, can make someone’s day.

The gift of favour
Everyday, go out of your way to do something kind.

The gift of solitude
There are times when we want nothing better than to be left alone. Be sensitive to those times and give the gift of solitude to others.

The gift of cheerful disposition
The easiest way to feel good is to extend a kind word to someone

Friday, September 16, 2011


WELL ...friends they say are the reasons we smile. friends have a way of shaping your life whether positive or negative, some friends even stick better than family.

my first year in the university of lagos, i met some friends who were fun to be with but all they care about was fashion, boys and the happening things. i tried to fit in but i was always me. they love to see me dance because am very good at it. we hardly talk about books or church. when ever we are been given one assignment or the other they always collect mine ....Well i believe what are friends for.

many times when they talk about sex, i really dont have much to say because have never experienced it. sometimes i get mad at them when they talk about me not having sex in public. all the same we just laugh it out. Alot of my class mates called me several times to warn me about those girl that why do i keep walking with them, i just dont fit in, but i couldnt just diss them like that.

second semester of my year one, i was sick, i had reactions on my skin so i had to go home. while i was away the course registration was on, my friends did theirs but i couldnt do mine and they never bothered about doing it for me. before i got back it was closed. i felt bad i asked them why they couldnt help me, well one of them (the one i was very close to ) said she flashed me when she was doing hers but i didnt call back.

i started running from one office to the other, writing one letter or the other and none of my so called friends offered to go with me. it was like the hardest time of my life. to my biggest surprise some group of girls i hardly talk came to me and consoled me. they apparently followed me to do everything i need to do, they even prayed with me, but i still wasnt able to do it, i felt loved and i really love them for helping out.

they call me constantly to know how am doing but my so call friends never did. when exams started, i had no reason to run home or be ashamed, sometimes those girls will come drag me to see them off to the gate when going for their exams when they return they come to my room we talk about the questions. and they usually drop theirs for me so i can use them when its time for me to write mine.

i was taught to choose my friends, that situation made me strong and helped to me able to face any challenge and today by God's grace am a better person. i have new friends that love me for me and we are always there for each other.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

it feels good to be back

getting admission and all have really taken too much of my time ....but am glad i did.have been through so much on my own, things that almost made me wanna give up bhu then i remembered there is always hope as long as am alive
and God has promised to see me through.

am a living witness to Gods never ending mercy....

it feels good to be back...i know have missed alot of post and all but i guess its never too late.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Husband and wife matter no bi small issue oh

i heard a story about a husband and wife who were feuding and giving each other the silent treatment. one night he realized he needed her (the wife) to wake him up @ an early hour to catch a flight.
Not wanting to humble himself and be the first to break the silence, he left her a note to wake him at 5am. The next morning he awakened to find out that he had overslept by a couple of hours and had missed his flight. As he leaped out of bed to go and angrily confront her, he noticed a piece of paper on his night stand
lollzzz.. cant you see ow funny dis is.... guess wat she wrote...
The note read; "it is 5am wake up!
many tyms we feel we have been trespassed or wronged, but rather than discussing the issue with the offender, we resort to sulking and pouting.

marriage is truly a great journey, i believe the best thing is to talk about issues n try to sort them out rather than digging holes in the walls....
marry someone u knw and understand, i knw u cant know somebody 100% ....but the little u knw about them can go a long way.....

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


The ten commandment of handling difficult people

1. Use the 10% principle, find the 1% you agree on and give it 100% of your attention
2. Love people more than policies, but love truth more than people
3. Give others benefit of the doubt
4. Learn to be flexible of your doubt
5. Check your own attitude
6. Dont over react to conflict and disagreement
7. Welcome the conflict. make it a learning experience
8. Provide an escape for the person in conflict, let them maintain their dignity
9. Take risk, give people a second chance
10. Take the high road, be generous and believe the best about others.

this has rilly helped me cos you can never stay away from difficult people, even thou you try to avoid them they will always come to you.

this is a word for myself, i op you are grabbing it.