February the second There is something about this picture that makes me smile 😊. Is it the lamp that's standing tall and solitary beside me? Or the lady sitting pretty beside it😉? Happy New Month, Dear reader. I feel so much love around me. Spread love and positivity today, tomorrow, and tomorrow. Welcome to Febr💞ary.
What comes to mind when you see a bee? Run for dear life, or admire nature's little helper? Happy New Year to you, dear reader. I hope 2021 is going well for you. I never get tired of hearing or saying, Happy New Year! If I say it long enough, perhaps the year will be … Continue reading Like a Bee
We danced into 2020 with Zest and the giddy excitement of a toddler running to the door to welcome a loved one. Our excitement slowly, and then quickly turned into uncertainty. A deadly unwanted visitor had snuck into the new year with us. Its presence inspired fear. it was invisible to our peeled eyes. The … Continue reading Thanksgiving: twenty-twenty💞
Be kind to yourself when you fall. Always get up, and dust off the feelings of defeat.
Angie promised to bake her auntie a 6-inch chocolate cake. Her recipe said to use 3/4 cup of Cocoa powder. Angie had only 1cup, 1/2, and 1/4 cups in her measuring unit. What did she do? Yes, she measured 1/4 + 1/2 cups of Cocoa. In life, you may not always have the perfect tools … Continue reading the one-quarter rule to winning
Caro, aka DIY, had brunch with her friends in our restaurant for the first time in her life. She loved the experience so much that she looks further to dining out with her friends. On Mondays, Caro and her friends chill and relax to our slow jazz from way back, after their 9-5. On Tuesdays, … Continue reading Restaurant X
It's been a long-gloomy week. Let's unwind and rest a little. We all deserve it. ❤🇳🇬
#endpolicebrutality #endoppression The labours of our heroes past shall never be in vain. To serve with heart and might. One nation bound in freedom, peace, and unity. ✊🏽🇳🇬🇳🇬 Proudly a Nigerian youth.Part of the Nigerian National Anthem
Kids find their first, second, or even third role models in a parent, favourite school teacher, or superheroes. I found my first in Mum; I wanted to be a badass baker just like her. Mum started baking at the age of Nine. By the time she was married with kids in their early teenage years, … Continue reading A slice of sconish-cake and a cup of coffee