Little children have many characteristics that make them great examples for us adults. I have come to learn a great deal abut how God wants us as His children to behave towards Him and how we should act with humans. I remember the part of the bible that talks about the children being brought to… Continue reading God & children…..
So my friends and I have been having this conversation about a woman’s hair. Background story is, Izzy has cut her hair low like Lupita low. She has been on the natural hair bandwagon for some years now and it had been okay but she decided to change it up (I think). So she did… Continue reading Hair mania
Before I write on this topic, I would like to honor my parents; Daddy Chris and mommy Debby. You guys have raised the bar so high in the parenting department. You did such an awesome job on us kids. I now see how difficult it must have been raising 4 kids, I’m only raising one… Continue reading Things your parents did that made no sense
It’s interesting how things change, how we go through different seasons in life. I was recently working on some home videos and saw videos I made in 2011 on a trip to Vancouver (this was even before I met my husband again! Yeah, again. We actually grew up together in children Sunday school. That’s a… Continue reading 10 things that change with a baby in the house
Is there such a thing as an excellent human being? This is different from being perfect. As far as I can tell, no one but God is perfect. But can we be excellent people? Can I be an excellent wife, mother, colleague, boss, child, student, staff, client, sales person, Christian, daughter, son? Is it possible? My… Continue reading Excelente (sp; excellent)
There’s a famous market in Warri (the town where I live). It’s famous for having the cheaper prices for groceries, clothes and the like, compared to other markets. You can say it’s our supersized Walmart or department store with a huge grocery section. It’s also famous for the abundance of fruits, both quantity and diversity.… Continue reading The market and I
Living in Nigeria. what can I say? It has been a huge learning curve. As a background, read thishttps://krismere.wordpress.com/2014/11/18/what-just-happened/ and https://krismere.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/culture-shock-1-0/. It has been interesting getting used to being married and living in a new but old country at the same time. One of my huge challenges was learning not to trust people. Its sad… Continue reading Culture shock 2.0.
If you have some minutes to spare, please read this post. The way we all accept homosexuality and transgenders as the norm is frightening. WILL COMING OUT LET YOU IN? – http://wp.me/p2oHGT-IM
This is the title of my blog. I’m looking into working on my blog and making it the best it can be for the sake of excellence. It’s important to me to be excellent in the things I do. As a child of God, we copy the example of God in creation where He looked… Continue reading Ready, set, go…..?
Yesterday was an epic milestone for me and the LO. It was the first time we were going out together, alone, with me driving and him in the back. You see, previously, my husband takes us everywhere (it’s not like we go anywhere major). Life in Warri is not structured in such a way where… Continue reading Baby and me go out for the first time