The Journey-My Birthday

Yay! Its mi birthday oh! Oya make we parry!Erm, actually I don’t feel like partying, I don’t feel like doing much, I just want to sit still the whole day and see how the whole year flew by, in fact how I came to be this age! Don’t ask me how old I am. Puhleeze don’t! Lol. Truly inside every older person is a younger person wondering what happened. Kids now call me aunty! My royal vain self woke up this morning to search for grey hairs and wrinkles...Thankfully I found none (Whew!). I looked through old pictures and took new ones, it was all a game of ‘spot the difference’...and I’m still thinking to myself, have I changed? 

However, I’m thankful to God for making me see this day. E nor easy...many people don kpoof, many don wayward, but I’m still here, not becos i fine, or anything, but na becos God lurrrrv me! He lurrv mi oh!  Growing older does make one thankful...retrospectively, the journey has been good, progressive and promising.  In one year I’ve started and finished my masters (nor be God?). In one year my father discovered I have a boyfriend (ooops!).  In one year I moved from a size 8 to a 10. In one year, I joined Twitter, YouTube and Blogger (and met you all). This same year was the first time I had short hair. I have truly achieved alot! Old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternatives. So today I’m going to be counting my blessings and listing my lessons, join me!

Piopio Piopio Pio! (A+)

“There are six things the LORD hates, seven that are detestable to him:
  ... feet that are quick to rush into evil,

  a false witness who pours out lies 

       and a man who stirs up dissension among brothers” Proverbs 6: 16-19

Una don see when Amebo dey run go give gist before? They can almost trip over themselves sometimes! It’s not even their fault that their feet dey hurry to gossip- we all know say bad tory dey sweet well well....somehow there is a 'high' one gets

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