I love drinking tea. I take several cups in a day. I’d say I am addicted to tea. When I need tea, I really must have a cup. Tea brightens my mood.
I love taking long walks. I double the speed, especially in the summer. It affords me time to clear my head of any apparent congestions and blurry visions as I reflect on life.
I have a great penchant for bright colours. It’s a cultural thing from where I come from but my exposure to the Danish society is taking that shine off me. I now adorn some grey and drab colours being their most cherished colour code.
I believe that family is everything. It gives a sense of fulfilment and satisfaction to know there are people who love you unconditionally because they don’t have a choice but to love you. After all, nature forced you on them so they must accept you with all your quirky foibles.
Photography is an art that fascinates me. I am delighted by the things in nature. I am always captivated by sunrises and sunsets. The love for Nature is a passion I discovered when I moved to Europe. Hitherto, I never took cognisance of the environment. Still, I can’t call myself a real or pro-Photographer.
My smile is one thing I offer freely especially to strangers and I am an advocate of spreading love through smiles.
I love to be appreciated. Oh yes, I do. A little compliment doesn’t hurt the heart. I love gifts and presents. Giving and receiving. They add colour to my emotions.
I am a Christian. I believe in the existence of God. And I believe in the efficacy of prayers. You won’t catch me in church every Sunday but I have a relationship with my God and a demonstrated love for humanity.
I love helping people. Not necessarily financial giving, but anything within my capacity to help a friend or someone around me who is in dire need. It could be my presence or listening ears.
I love travelling and have visited a good number of the European Union (EU) countries. I visited London for the first time 10 years ago. And I did something funny. I stood at the Elephant and Castle area and called my sister in Nigeria just to tell her “I am in London o”. Can you imagine that? “Yes, I am in London o”. Needless to say that it was a dream come true and I was so dramatic about it when the plane touched down London Stansted Airport. Haha.
I love cooking. The kitchen is my cherished place. I can cook for the whole day without complaining so long as there are mouths to consume the food.
I hate crawling and creepy things. The sight gives me goosebumps and kills me literally. You need to hear me scream out loud like a lunatic.
I had a big phobia for washing clothes growing up. I’ve only improved now due to the availability of washing machines. Yet, I dislike the whole idea of doing laundry. Sorting and folding clothes is not my forte.
I have a phobia for Mathematics and calculations. Even a 5-year-old will score higher than me in Arithmetic. Did I just write that? Haha.
I make mistakes and I am not a perfect being. So, I may not remember your name after the initial introduction and may need to ask you again to remind me. Yeah, it happens mostly with some long or uncommon names.
It breaks my heart to see people living in bad conditions and I cannot render any help. The core of my being is moulded with compassion, understanding and empathy.
I am a firm advocate of positive declarations because I believe that everything will get better in due course. Bad situations don’t linger forever. Some amount of faith, some level of trust, some dint of hope, some measure of hard work, some determination and resiliency are all that is required to wade through the murky waters.
I am my ebullient self at all times and love to see people laugh and smile despite the oddities. Hence I incorporate that in my writings.
I am stubborn. I am strong willed and I can be a pain in your neck sometimes. Lol. But I have a heart of gold.
I am somehow introverted and enjoy my solitary space.
I know I said 15 random facts but I’ve exceeded that. This means I don’t play by the rules I set sometimes. I also like to break the rules every now and then. Besides, a few more facts wouldn’t kill anyone. Or has anyone died yet?
I’m sorry. Forgive my sheer silliness. Oh, I exceeded the number and have to apologise. Yes, I am quick to say “I am sorry”… 🙂
Thank you for reading. I appreciate your time. 🙂
Peace and Love!
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