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January 30, 2012

Growing Apart

This post got me thinking

I read somewhere about the five year or is it seven-year itch in marriages. I think it’s real cos I think most times these past three months, we are m0re easily irritated with each other than lovey- dovey. (My thoughts though, hubby doesn't think so ) In about three months, it will be six years we exchanged marital vows

I,hubby take you wifey
to be my wedded wife,
to have and to hold from this day forward,
for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer,
in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish,
'til death do us part,
according to God's holy ordinance;

Or could it be the strain of not having any child yet………………

We have to fan the embers of love. One thing I do know is that our love is so strong. I guess the move back to Lagos , change of apartments, setting up space and adjusting to new jobs are a list of so many things we are dealing with individually in our own way.

Can’t wait for this phase to be over. I love my hubby beyond words.

January 23, 2012

Fall in Love

How do you fall all over in love ………

How do you rekindle a dying flame of love…..

How do you exit a place of “I don’t care”……

How do you awake those goose pimples at the touch of your heartthrob…..

How do you fall all over in love……

God …….. I don’t want to ever fall out of love.

January 09, 2012


Pastor Adeboye raised the following prayer points at the January Holy Ghost Service.

  1. Praise the Almighty God for all he has done.
  2. Father, I offer myself as a living sacrifice on your altar. Please don't reject me.
  3. Father, every altar of satan that you have helped me to destroy, don't let them ever rise again.
  4. Father, January is the first month of the year, this month give me miracles that are first of its kind.
  5. Father, Februaray is the second month of the year, double my blessings in February.
  6. Father, March is the third month of the year, three is the number of Trinity, in the month of March, show your mightiness.
  7. Father, April is the fourth month of the year, in April, send help to me from the four corners of the earth.
  8. Father, May is the fifth month of the year, five is the number of Grace, show me divine favour in the month of May.
  9. Father, June is the sixth month of the year, in June, let me have unexpected breakthrough.
  10. Father, July is the seventh month of the year, seven is the number of Perfection, perfect all that concerns me.
  11. Father, August is the eight month of the year, eight is the number of new begining, give me the beginning of new things
  12. Father, September is the ninth month of the year, be the All Suffuciency in my life.
  13. Father, October is the tenth month of the year, let me have a taste of your amazing grace
  14. Father, November is the eleventh month of the year, eleven stands for more than enough, do much more than i can imagine or ask.
  15. In December, crown all my effort with glorious success.
  16. Let me serve you much more than ever before this year

All in all, i was blessed beyond measure. It was a soul lifting service, i love the fact that i was able to usher in the Year 2012 with such prayers . I know my 2012 is settled.

Hope to post this prayer points on my blog every month i attend the service, and hopefully someone is reading and would pray along.

Prayer works. Stay blessed

January 04, 2012

GEJ Presidential Palace Subsidy Must End: Nigerian Bloggers' Protest


Dear President Jonathan,

Happy new year. Why now? What have we done to deserve this at the beginning of the New Year? Not everyone is fed, clothed and indulged with government funds. Some of us work our ass off to feed and make ends meet.

Have you ever imagined living off N120 per day. That's what some live on daily at Isolo. In fact to be precise at Goloba Street in Isolo. I know a couple, the husband is a motorcycle (okada) rider while the wife hawks wares. The husband gives a daily allowance of N120 per day to be used by the wife to feed herself and three kids. Yeah , you read right........ herself and three kids. They can't afford to cook cos the money can't cook nothing. The wife resorts to buying meals; morning, afternoon and night. That's N30 per meal.

GEJ, can you imagine the effect on this family due to increase in gas price. How many grains of rice will N120 buy for her and her children, or how many morsels of garri, not to ask will they ever eat meat or fish again. Haba, Mr President, you once had no shoes, so you told us oh, now you want to take food from the mouths of Nigerians, is it not enough that you have taken the smiles away with your inability to curb Boko Haram.

I think you can start by practicing what you preach. Cut off the excesses.

Ki lode.....................................