People are people. Not superhumans. Just people. So they will be flawed. Several times, people assume my parents must be fire brand pastors, so I always get the question - "is your father a pastor"?- if I told them what my father is.... the irony... If I told them what I am. I don't believe … Continue reading My Not So conventional Relationship With Heaven
Day 💄 Nothing much happened except we arrived at camp on time, there were no holdups unlike previous years (except at Benin), the bananas at Ore were unusually costly (recession I guess), and our bus driver was the most bad mouthed fellow I've ever come across. Day 💄💄 I took Sam for her screening at … Continue reading What Went Down In Camp
Let me gist you guys a story In my first year, I went home for a short (one week) holiday after my first semester exams. During the chit chat with my sisters and in between all the catching up, our last born narrated to me how she got sexually assaulted by an unknown boy that … Continue reading When Is It Okay To Call It Rape?
Every relationship we are in ought to teach us something about life. If it's not making us better people, we ought not to be in it. Whether it's a relationship with your dog, the parent you've not spoken to in ages, the annoying market woman you met last week (if I gist you people what … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve Learnt From 3 Breakups
Why they insist their mothers are saints no matter what, even if she's a devil.
When I announced to my family and wizards friends that I have taken a decision to cut my hair, I caused the biggest family drama since my sisters had their epic WWE smack down in the kitchen last year. (I still can't believe I lost the video of that fight) My two bestest girlfriends had … Continue reading My Parents Raised Me In A Scam
If you had let me, I would have crawled inside your heart and cherished everything you thought I would have hated. If you had let me, I would have given you every piece of my patchwork soul; I would have let you create art from my bones, from my words, from my fire. If you … Continue reading A Letter To What Could Have Been