One day I was going to seattle and stopped in for lunch at a little café. From my window I saw a young teenage girl out in the cold, squatted down in a close down businesses doorway, holding a small bundle in her arms. She was panhandling, people were mostly walking by ignoring her. She looked just broken.
Saturday, December 19, 2015
“The day I go catch u eh!!! I go make sure say I give you belle so that you go marry me by force” said Mr X to me on one of our many conversations after I declined his offer to come spend the weekend at his place. Now, let me tell you about Mr X, we both had a crush on each other and I never knew his name until two years later when someone sneaked behind me on my way back from church.
Mr X: hello Osas, good evening
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Sometime ago, l told you guys i started work in an hospital and i promised to share some of the stories with you. Here's one of them. Enjoy.
While consulting with dr. Cynthia (not real name though)this man walks into the consulting room and they started conversing in igbo. Of course, my understanding of the igbo language is still very limited but I had a grasp of the conversation when she said “ these drugs are free and are provided by the government, so why haven’t you been on your medication for the past 6 years?”.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Thursday, December 3, 2015
To an amazing woman on the blogosphere, an awesome cake maker and the one that gives people like us tips on home and all things family related. From all of us @ favourmoyseblog we say have a smashimg celebration. she blogs HERE
Nosakhare favour osayuwamen
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