Day 10: Oluwafunmilayo

My year 2016 started with uncertainties, carry overs from 2015 and set goals for 2016… It all seemed impossible as I lost my dad December 2015 . My world literarily came crashing right in my face.. I was ushered into year 2016 heartbroken , ‘scattered’ with a funeral to plan!!! Coupled with the fact have […]

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Day 5: Ibidapo Subomi

So…Errr…I actually thought I had a terrible year in 2015…but I think in my 20+ years I haven’t had a more challenging year…this 2016 was hmmmm! So as I write this in so much pain…don’t ask me why… I thank the Almighty God for my sanity…if not for His love and faithfulness… My stress-diathesis balance […]

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Day 2: Annie Ejiofor

Hello! It’s beautiful having you read my thoughts. How has your year been? Eventful? Not so much as expected? Just the way you hoped it would be? Full of surprises? Nothing out of the ordinary? Doesn’t matter. What matters is that you are alive and as the scriptures put it: “Still, anyone selected out for […]

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Lessons From Writing Love Through My Eyes.

I contemplated writing this but here I am sharing, I believe sharing is loving and loving is sharing; which is our motto on Perry’s Tots. Love. Learn. Inspire. Usually when I want to write my fictional series, I prepare the plot and every other thing needed then ask my two special friends to look through […]

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Love Through My Eyes. Episode 9.

Previosly on Love Through My Eyes. Two weeks ago, I got a text that Mrs. Peterson passed. I couldn’t get out of bed, I wept; but how exactly does this God operate? I finally find a woman I can call mother and He takes her. Mrs. Peterson was the definition of a good woman, she […]

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Love Through My Eyes. Episode 7.

Previously on Love Through My Eyes. The moment I got into the campus, I took in a deep breathe, the air was fresh and pure. The coolness and serenity of the compound made me smile, “A break from the drama-filled life at last!” The cab driver stopped by the road to ask a passerby, “Abeg, […]

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