It's that time of the year again and as much as I'd like to hang onto the number that has been my companion this past year, I'll try and embrace this new number with excitement. In the past year since I celebrated my last birthday, many good things have happened to me, many blessings have come my way and much growth has taken place in my life. I praise God!
As I sit in my room typing away on this online journal/blog thingy, I can't help but wonder why in the world I was ever scared
Hmmm, me and some of my dislikes.....i like food, or rather like eating well. I like good food and love life...after all man can only live but once.
It was that time of the year again when i have to go in specifically for a type of checks and tunes..i don't always look forward to it..what with all the equipments,poking, prying, picking, weighing,looking and uncomfortable things that they have to do to be sure all is well.
I've for long had a running battle with
People, Nigeria is indeed a very peculiar country, blessed and oppressed at the same time.
I have always liked Naija music, so when I went home I loaded myself with what I could fine. I mean while getting down to the Whispers: "And the beat goes on"... and its like in those days, I equally used to dig our Niaja stars of wey back then, like [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN-askbtv9g"]YouTube - Mike Okri - Rumba Dance[/ame], [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3AxLmx2W58"]YouTube
The following is a copy of my response to Omotaylor's recent africanloft.com article "Encounter with Christ" which may be viewed in its entirety if you wish at http://www.africanloft.com/an-encounter-with-christ .
The topic of "Transformation" links in well with my last post on NVS "Reiter's Block: Transformation" which "came to me" just today, "hot off the press". See http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/...log.php?b=1196 .
I invite you to join with Omo, Misi,
Updated Aug 27, 2009 at 11:24 AM by a piper too
My Dear friends at Nigerian Village Square
Today I was thrilled to receive from an internet blogfriend a most thrilling account of her transformation.
It is the best description of the fluidity of gender I have ever read. This was not unexpected, coming as it did from Jendi, whose work has thrilled me numerous times already. And yet, as blog friends only (and separated by time, sea and space), it takes a long long time to really get to know a person (especially since