blogging, Reality, Writing

Open Letter to an Ex

When I came back from my three months break I wrote a post about how blessed I am and happy. I promised to share some of my experiences and this is the first one I'll share.  My ex came back! For what? Read on and enjoy! ***** Dear Ex, It's been a year and three months… Continue reading Open Letter to an Ex


My Gift, My Curse

I just met this awesome writer, whose stories evokes those emotions.
Some parents aren’t parents. They are just life givers. Enjoy the story.

Bel's Thoughts

“No lick am!” my mother scolded again, this time adding a smack to my shoulder as she continued applying lipstick to my lips. Who could blame me? I was twelve, and it tasted fruity.
“Where we dey go?” I asked innocently, knowing that it had to be a very special occasion as my mother ordinarily would never let me put on make-up; and the few times she caught me fiddling around in her make-up bag, I got a good beating.
She did not answer my question immediately so I looked up into her eyes, and there was sadness in them; a sadness that her voice did not convey.
“Di uncle wey we see the other day dey come.” She said firmly, still fussing at my face.
I lit up almost immediately. “Uncle John? Di one wey give me biscuit?”
“Yes.” My mother responded with a firm nod of her head.

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Sunday Corner

The Unchanging God

People change. It has been our nature to change, either from good to bad or bad to good. However, this morning a word from the scriptures kept ringing in my heart. Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever. He is never changing. This means that his words hold true, no matter how long he… Continue reading The Unchanging God

blogging, One Liner Wednesday

Learn to Forget

We live and die. Sometimes we forget to breath, we forget to forget the things that hurt and we remember to count the losses and the pains. I'm turning it all around. I am choosing to let go. I'm choosing happiness. I'm sticking to a faith that believes in the good that can be. ©Booky… Continue reading Learn to Forget


Into Familiar Waters

Where do I begin from? I should start from the end. I am happy, content and blessed. Phew! I didn't get there in one breath, I began this year with a lot of struggles; I couldn't write stories it felt like the Muse shut herself up. I was battling with depression, intense anger at the… Continue reading Into Familiar Waters