Everyone seem to have a checklist in their head which they sort& tick as they go. Something close to what i will call pay as you go.
We spend our whole life looking for the perfect job after college or in between after which we go after or rather chase after skirts or trousers depending on the gender.
And when we finally get "The One". What next?
For some it will be building their career whilst for others it's the quest for a jnr
From little things, big things grow (Found in the Harmony of Love) -
Donald Chalmers, 1st July 2012.
Independence Day !
I've been thinking of how I might respond to a comment regarding a very popular header "Six word Stories, Dare to Write" in the linkedin "Writers & Bloggers: Passion Creative" Group regarding "Platitudes": "Good Lord, people. Stories. Stories! Dare to write! - do not mewl with platitudes !"
From my perspective, "from simpler propositions
Updated Jul 2, 2012 at 10:58 AM by a piper too
Shade's wedding was in less than thirteen weeks, and it seemed like everyone wanted to come in to see if they still needed anything. Titi felt blessed to be surrounded by all of the people, but she was beginning to get overwhelmed. Another guest again? I thank God nonetheless. "Shade!", she called out from the living room.
"Please see who is at the door".
"Mama, you have to see this", Shade whispered when she saw who it was through the stained glass.
Updated Oct 12, 2012 at 08:28 PM by Anike
Groups such as Boko Haram appear to have taken centre stage in the daily security/insecurity narrative in Nigeria's media space. We hear of their impending attacks on innocent citizens and perhaps government alike, we also hear government's guarantee to its public that they should not be afraid, as the government will protect their lives and properties. No one would expect a government to state otherwise, irrespective of its ability to back its statement. Interestingly as
I have a Father and not a Dad, and guess what, I am fine with that.
Often, upon coming to the United States you would hear people both male and female speak about their dad...
...My dad always played ball with me... taught me how to shave... how to ride a bike... to be a man... my dad this and my dad that...
My father never did any of those types of things, BUT, in my opinion, I will trade him for no other father on the planet. Yes, my father is second