Sadness is a much deeper feeling than happiness in my book. It'll take a whole lot of shit continuously thrown my way to make me sad. But I'm a moody person. A little tiny weeny stuff I probably won't remember later can drive my happiness away as fast as you can say GO!
I have never played the lottery. Or pool. Or betting. Or anything that has to do with gambling in general. I do not believe in such odds. Lucky things never happen to me. Don't get me wrong, there's faith and then there's plain wishful thinking. I'm too much of a logical person to mix the... Continue Reading →
I'm really very disappointed when people use the recent WAEC results to rate the standard of education in Nigeria. Everybody and their grandmothers know that the standard of education is on steady decline. Why even dispute that when a graduate cannot write an application without Googling it and substituting details where necessary? I don't even... Continue Reading →
Day 20 of 30 days blogging challenge for August. On some level or another, we all strive for happiness. It's not an entitlement of a particular class. It's something we each have to define for ourselves. Most people probably don't give it a great deal of thought on a daily basis but what's the point... Continue Reading →
Day 19 of 30 days blogging challenge for August. OK, I admit defeat. This challenge is really beginning to whoop my you-know-what. But I'm determined to see it to it's sorry end. I have seen a lot of movies in my time. To have just a single all-time favorite is a little too much to... Continue Reading →
Day 14 of 30 days blogging challenge for August. OK, I'm stumped. I do not have any healthy habits. At least none that I can think of right now. But before I sprained my ankle, I used to: a) drink a sachet of water first thing in the morning. b) read a chapter of Joyce... Continue Reading →
I do not have a fridge. But if I did, here's a list of things it'll never lack: >Eggs - at least a half dozen of it at all times. I love eggs - boiled, fried, scrambled. >Fresh fruit drink - Orange or pineapple. >Mayonnaise - particularly the Bama brand. >Bread - to go with... Continue Reading →
I know I started reading from a tender age. Mostly school books before the story books with black and white illustrations. Then there were the religious books, hymn books, missal, and of course the children's Bible where I saw colored illustrations for the first time. But then when I went to boarding house at 10,... Continue Reading →