December 9, 2018.
It was a beautiful Sunday Morning. I woke up very early to run some errands. I also wanted to avoid the long queue in most ATM cash points. I asked my Sister-in-Law to direct me to the nearest ATM Machine. My vacation was coming to an end and I needed cash for some vital purchases.
Sister-in-Law: There are banks around the neighbourhood. But I think the nearest one is the one by the junction. I will suggest you leave now to avoid a long queue.
Me: Lol. Ok. I hope I will get cash because all these ATM appears to be for decoration given my experiences thus far in this country. Continue reading
Ouch! It feels so so good to be here again!
I am awfully sorry for my sudden disappearance from this platform. I’ve been absent here for a month now.
I’m so sorry that I didn’t hint you of my travel plans.
Oh yes, I’ve been away to my homeland and thought I could reach out to you all from there. However, life presents us with surprises and unexpected developments.
Sadly, I realized upon arrival in Nigeria that one major problem posed to the citizens was poor internet connectivity. There is either low or no services at all and this disrupted my blogging routines and access to the world.
Did I enjoy the stark reality of this development? Not at all.
I felt cut off from the world.
I couldn’t function maximally and I was down for a few days as this reality dawned on me. However, I emerged from the gloom and bounced back to life so I could at least enjoy the reconnections with family and old friendships.
In spite of the few challenges, I had wonderful moments with my family especially with my mother who was so so delighted to see her daughter again after so many years.
I managed to pull through other frustrations because so many things have changed. There is a big difference in the whole environment. And I couldn’t fit in properly into the existing norms anymore.
Today, I feel so happy to be back to a clime where things work better.
I am back in Denmark.
I feel alive again as the cold air welcome me home. It’s all wintry here. The grey sky and the naked trees are familiar sights that I’ve come to appreciate over time. And even the harsh winter cold is magical and soothing to my body after the discomforting heatwave back in Nigeria.
It feels so so good that I’m home again.
I am grateful and thankful to God for safe travels.
I miss you all. 🙂
Peace and Love!
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It’s mid-week! Yeah, it’s another Wednesday when pictures speak for themselves. Does this picture speak to you?
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