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Heightened Expectations

So one day, a while back, I was listening to music via YouTube and if you’re anything like me, you have songs that speak to you during different seasons of your life and are always on replay (YouTube hurry up and do auto-repeat!). Like the song needs to sink into your spirit, soul and brain especially when the song says what you feel but couldn’t put words to. Before I become too deep, let me kuku carry on with what I wanted to share with you in this post. Continue reading

Toilet Thinking

Not every time something deep, sometimes mess about, sometimes something silly! I live a real life (just thought I’ll drop that one there briefly!) and if you’re anything like me, you may be able to relate to what follows in the next few paragraphs!

Do you ever sit on that most important white seat in your house and get some ‘inspiration’ from above or around you as you empty down below? Haha… Continue reading

Tranquil Tongue

Imagine for a moment that someone was screaming their head off at you for your sin(s) of committing or omitting. And instead of replying fire for fire lest people get burned and irreversible damage is done, you send your response or reply from the left side of your brain which they say is more rational.

Then those words make their way down to your mouth, and reach your tongue. But you first pass it through a step-down transformer that changes the high volume response to Continue reading

walk down town

It’s just been about a couple of weeks ¬†over a year since I bought Bumble Bee and I’ve realised how drastically my walking has decreased. I drive everywhere. To make that last statement is a victory in itself. Maybe one day I’ll share that with you. But, let’s continue. In light of my walking deficiency, I decided to walk to town from home on a recent Tuesday. I’ve never done that before.

So off I went with my brother’s yellow headphones under the drizzling rain, singing out loud! I saw one guy who walking towards me even cross the street. Everybody dey your lane. Haha . . . Continue reading