dey your lane

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


Read Back

In one of my recent posts, I told you about stressed desserts and how I read a word backwards and it spelt something else, that led to that post.

I was thinking of another angle to what I’d noticed that evening at the restaurant. And I thought about some words that when spelt backwards give another word or an opposite of that word. Continue reading