Tuesday, January 31, 2017

For the love of bread








I am in an open relationship with bread. We started dating when I was four after my dad introduced us. I think it was love at first sight and since then it has been my present help in times of hunger. Always ready, always available, always cheap. I do not take our relationship for granted and I'm sure it feels the same way too.

Sunday, January 22, 2017

The bus Evangelist again!!!






This bus Evangelist again!
Dear lord, what sin did I commit that this man wouldn’t let me be?  Remember the post I did on him HERE sometime ago. Do you ever wonder if these bus preachers sign like a memorandum of understanding with the company? Don’t get me wrong please. I am not against preaching the gospel in a public transport just that for every time I travel from onitsha to benin he’s always the one preaching in my bus and it just makes me wonder.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

How to manage a side chic in this recession







Being in a recession does not mean you cannot still flex and maintain a Sidechick. No, all you have to do is adjust your books to favour your pocket. That’s the mistake most men make in the game. So without further ado, here are my top 10 best ways of maintaining a Sidechick on budget in this recessive period. Enjoy. .

1) Give her a budget accordingly to what you can afford. Once exceeds, that’s her own buisness. ..

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Please don't say No (the salvageable Nigerian railway system





I bought a first class ticket to join a train from Port Harcourt to Kano (though I was to stop at Enugu). You can imagine the romantic notions I had about how the trip would go; how I would look out of the window in slow motion while having some melancholic background music to reminisce with on anything; while my imaginary long, jet black, silky hair would fly around in a carefree manner. Most of what I had thought about traveling by train was informed by European subway tubes! I know, right? I gave too much credit to a government run commercial system in Nigeria. I shall now attempt to share my experience as briefly as possible.

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Secret of an irresistible woman - Review




One of my goals this year is to improve my reading habit. Read at least one book a week. I know that sounds like impossible but I have tons of e books and I keep getting more and not reading plus I really need to increase my knowledge data base. The world is moving at a fast pace. 
So during the last week of 2016 I went for a retreat and got three books two of which were authored by Michelle Mckinney Hammond.
I just finished reading "the secret of an irresistible woman" yesterday and hunnay!!!! This woman writes amazing sturvs. Her writing style is so simple and can be easily related with. I totally Enjoyed every page of the book. Here are some excerpts from the book. 

Thursday, January 5, 2017

My Lost Little Girl





Mother, Uncle and grandma
beats her often,
they are trying to curtail her
excesses.
No boy is to stand around or near her.
Her every move is to be monitored.
'Ogbanje, worthless.' They call her.
With the rotten and hopeless, they assign her.
"Soliciting gifts and favours from every 'brother' and 'uncle' in the
neighborhood.
Why won't her life be in such shambles."
To change her or mend her?
They've tried it.
The beatings and floggings,
Didn't do it.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Happy New Year



May this new year bring all that you ever wished for. 

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