I woke up this morning with a feeling of sickness, only i'm not really sick. Perhaps again i am sick, home sick that is. Oh yes i'm definitely home sick, and i've been for some months now. Every time now i see myself ruminating over the many happenings in my beloved country Nigeria. My thoughts are laced with all things Nigeria. My discussions are revolved around all things Nigeria. In fact, my choice of tv programmes are mostly Nigerian nowadays. Even my choice of drinks now are Nigerian. I'd rather
Updated Oct 7, 2009 at 04:35 AM by omaks
Getting to know you,
Getting to know all about you
is what I do daily when we talk
I listen to your words,
its cadence and depth
quieting my restlessness.
Getting to know you
getting to know all about your dreams.
Sharing your thoughts,
your hopes and your fears
is an opportunity I cherish
and I wonder if you know this
Getting to know you
Being a part of your fantasies
With the death of Michael Jackson over a month ago, the names of the people he had worked with during his career began to pop up in the media. So we heard of Berry Gordy, the boss of Motown, where he was first signed to. We heard of Quincy Jones, who masterminded his two phenomenally successful albums, Off The Wall and Thriller. But one name we didn't hear much of was Rod Temperton.
It's possible that you'll respond by saying Rod Who? You might not have heard of Mr. Temperton, but
Okay e don tey wey I write for hia, make una no vex...So visit done finish, leaving Naija, back to Yankee... So checklist before departure...
Packed all ma stuff...Check
Boots unko???...Staying put here... No check
Killishi??? Now way, dem go block me for customs for yankee...No check
Gift for Madam...Check
Gift for pickin...Check
Gift for Mama & Mama in-law...Check
Papa unko...I don buy him
SHE had always intrigued me, since way back when I was all but a little kid. I would watch her find her way around and fend for herself, making me wonder what made her tick. Even for her pedigree, her intelligence and sense of intuition was unmistakeably impressive. Looking at her, you could just see it all in her eyes, which she bent at an angle to catch a better view of what was above her, or turn around to see what was ahead or in
Updated Aug 13, 2009 at 04:21 AM by Auspicious