When i started working on my thesis, my husband was on a peace keeping mission but he was always on my neck telling me to sit up and finish hard. Sometimes i would call him crying and say i am tired, i don't think i can meet the deadline and he would encourage me. His … Continue reading He lives on…
"Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh." The man said, “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man.” When a spouse loses a partner, all … Continue reading And the two shall be one…
Words cannot describe the depth of gratitude i feel. I am grateful for friends who became family, and for strangers who became friends. I am grateful for those who took time off to mourn with me and my family and for those who are still with me to help in the healing process. I … Continue reading Just to say thank you
Dear Maxwell, I woke up early thinking about today, thinking about how different it will be, thinking about the kids, thinking about everything, and crying. Today is father's day, and i know the importance of fathers in the lives of children, and i will miss the rock you were to the kids and me. You … Continue reading A different kind of father’s day
All I want is to tour the whole maternity block of the new Ridge hospital. As for me and maternal stuff! Why should women be confined in depressed atmospheres in the name of giving birth. Take me back to two years ago when I was in labor. I still relive that encounter and … Continue reading Take me to the maternity block of the new Ridge hospital.
One day, i had so many sweet potatoes in my kitchen so i had to quickly think of a recipe. After church one Sunday, i pictured a meal in my head and went ahead to do it and so here we are. My hubby and kids enjoyed it and so did i. Ever since, it … Continue reading Personalised Sweet Potato Dish
Dear Ama, You are the definition of "Beating All Odds". I remember the first time we met. You were on a hospital bed. I had come for hospital evangelism. You looked peaceful and you were friendly. We spoke, prayed and exchanged contacts. I've been in touch ever since. After our first encounter, how many times have … Continue reading Dear Ama
Celebrating the father of my children. A friend, an advisor, a coach. We appreciate the numerous sacrifices u make. Always thinking about us, always caring for us, always having us at heart. You were created in a special way by God to be so many things in one. A soldier by profession, a carpenter, an … Continue reading Best Dad!
I've always compared how people behave in my mind. I've found myself doing that and this time, it's not really about people but organisations. Don't get me wrong. People make up organisations so the collective behaviours of people in an organisation sum up to give an organisational culture. I feel it's an interesting topic. I … Continue reading Organisational Culture
With my first baby, my husband was in the labor ward, and so was my mother in-law. Dilation was keeping long so i was induced and the pain was mind blowing. My husband snapped at a nurse for watsapping while i was in pain. He encouraged me and kept saying "you can do it", "it's … Continue reading SAVE OUR WOMEN