Tag Archive | Celebrations

Compliments Of The Season!

 

It’s the season once again! And it is the season of love, joy and peace. 

Christmas brings along a euphoric feeling and sense of gratitude for blessings and bounties throughout the year.  Christmas brings along a feeling of love for families and loved ones.

It’s Christmas again!

And, I hope you are already feeling high about this beautiful season and giving your home the best look ever with the season’s decorations. Continue reading

It’s Halloween…!

 

And it’s another Halloween!

Oh yes. It’s another October. Another fall season, when Halloween is celebrated in most countries of the world as more and more people are beginning to adopt the tradition.

So, it’s that period of the year again when people wear masks and dress in costumes that appear scary and spooky. Or simply sexy and fanciful outfits just so they can make a statement, all in the spirit of Halloween. Continue reading

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Birthday!

 

Recently, the Pastor of our church celebrated his birthday. And a friend’s son was baptized as well as dedicated to the Lord.  All these took place on the same Sunday. The birthday and the baptism/dedication.

Soon after the church service ended, all members and invited guests moved over to the church hall where the birthday celebration and the dedication parties were held simultaneously.  There was an array of assorted foods, drinks, and beverages.

 

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*Birthday Cake*

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Reflections: Nigeria At 58

It is true that we can’t outline her achievements, accomplishments, and successes as we can obviously see what she has turned out to be. It is very correct if we believe that there is no reason to be happy about the Nigerian Independence day. However, in spite of the unending chorus of disapproval and brouhaha from all quarters, many don’t have the intention of abandoning Nigeria or change even their Nationality. Therefore, regardless of how anybody feels today, Nigeria is our country and we must wish her well whether publicly or in our minds. Continue reading