Archive from November, 2019
Nov 28, 2019 - MY QUOTES    No Comments

Identify Strength in Others

We can easily identify weaknesses in people close to us.πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ Today, in the same way, you will do ONE GOOD Thing to a friend or sibling, a child or your wife by identifying ONE strength that they possess.

Then look them straight in the eyes and tell them that strength and how they can use it more for good. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 Keep smiling 😁😁😁😁

Nov 27, 2019 - MY QUOTES    No Comments

Be Known for ONE Thing

Throughout your life on earth, you will be known for just ONE thing.

Look back at your life, review, reflect. If you can identify ONE GOOD thing you have done that impacted ONE life for good, then you have ONE reason to rejoice and be thankful. If not, start today.

I would love to hear that ONE GOOD thing. Keep smiling 😁😁😁😁

Nov 10, 2019 - MY CHILDHOOD STORIES    No Comments

The Shortcut Downstairs

I must have been about three years old

Some of us kids were playing ball on a long narrow corridor upstairs

The ball seemed to find its way downstairs

I was always told to go get it, being the youngest

It meant walking to the front, down the stairs and then to the back where the ball dropped

After many trips to pick the ball, I thought of the shortest path downstairs

I decided to take that path. Anyway all I can remember after that was being in my mother’s arms as visitors came to greet her… and me too.

Nov 10, 2019 - MY CHILDHOOD STORIES    No Comments

My First Day In School

Now I know it was my first day in school

Nursery school, to be precise

Sisi Obasa day nursery school, Lagos, Nigeria

I was dropped in school just as many children were

For me, it seemed like we were locked up with this woman in a room

I didn’t know her so I was not comfortable

One of us children started crying

Then another joined and another

Then every child joined the crying choir

The Teacher tried getting the singing to stop

She promised to open the door if we did

Some of us started encouraging other to stop crying, so she can let us out

We succeeded and waited for the door to open, it didn’t open so we started crying again.