For my non-Pidgin English speaking readers, what that means is mind your own business. In this case, not with respect to being a busybody but to taking care of yourself on your own journey and not comparing with others around you.
One of the things I noticed myself doing sometimes is comparing myself with Continue reading
Recently as I was parking my car, on getting home from work, I remembered how the first many months of my in-my-own-car driving experience was like. And all the episodes that happened, that looking back at, are thankfully now funny! I’ll like to share some of my driving memoirs with you in this post. Hehe . . . Enjoy! Continue reading
If you’ve been a fairly regular reader of this my writing platform, aka blog, you may have now realised that I like to rant, most times out of proportion! It just makes me laugh at myself. Well, today’s post is one of such. Easy read though, easy read! Enjoy! Continue reading
To be honest, I can’t remember what triggered the thought process that led to this post. But what I can remember is that shortly after I had briefly processed said thought, my brother played a short Joseph Prince message excerpt on YouTube for me. And I remember thinking, “that’s exactly what I was thinking in my head a few days ago.” Continue reading
“So what did Virgin [trains] say?”
“That I have to send them my tickets for them to process the refund.”
“Okay, check the [paper recycle] bin at home, it should still be there.”
Nope! I have not started looking for scraps in bins nor have I (thank You Jesus!) Continue reading
“Aww you two make a lovely couple!”
“I love the way you and your husband dance in church, moving in the same direction.”
“You look a lot like your husband.”
“Is this your other half?”
“How long have you two been married?” Continue reading
In the space of less than 10 days, I celebrated the life of a friend who’s now with Jesus and then a week later with another friend who now needs Jesus like never before . . . on the journey called marriage!
And while thinking on these things, I realised that it seems the three most common times in one’s lifetime when you’re likely to see the highest gathering of the people that matter to you, at least to a good extent, are Continue reading