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Me to You....

Here's wishing everyone a very merry Christmas...With all my love. May this season bring us good tidings, joy, laughter, and most importantly love undeniable.Accept these little gifts...1. I have carefully selected the goats, and 3 are for you because you're special...2. Because I love you, I also sent a tree along with gifts that you'll treasure

3. Here's a deal for the 'GBESEs' (debt)
4. ...this will add colour to you...

5. Have a very peaceful MERRY CHRISTMAS. Kisses***

Thank You... MY LOVE

I can't help saying thank you to MY LOVE...

I feel a sense of satisfaction knowing that you love me...deeply, greatly, unconditionally.

Yours is nothing compared to what others think they feel for me. Yours is beautiful, tolerant, enduring, fulfilling, captivating, moving, touching, sacrificing...

Your love never fails. It is FOREVER

It's so great that you could give your life for me; and oh, how blessed I am to know you'd do that again and again.

Friends will leave; brothers, sisters, parents will go - but you, My LOVE will stay- through thick and thin; through the storms, winds, happiness, sorrow, odd times and good times.

I'm living because of you - My LOVE; my WORLD; my ALL.

What can I give in return?

You don't eat what I eat. And even if you do, you'd gladly give it all to me and go on an empty stomach just so I can be filled.

You don't wear what I wear. You'd rather clothe me and go on without clothes just so I'm covered.

I can't even pay for all yo…

Ladies' Affairs

By Bunmi Diya A lady is a woman that is of good manners, highly matured in conducts and of course with a refined disposition. According to the Oxford dictionary, it defines “…a lady as a word used to mean WOMAN that some people especially older people consider as more polite”. It also defines a lady as “a woman who is polite and well-educated, has excellent manners and always behave well”.Contrary to the definition, it is sad to understand that someladies don’t even have the grace to be women. They are too loud and ill-mannered to be reckoned with. Some ladies’ mode of dressing, eating, sitting, talking and even laughing is so poor and makes one feel disappointed. We should always remember that we are what we portray ourselves to be. We should show more refinement than an ordinary woman on the street.
StyleA lady needs to carry herself with dignity. She needs to be wise and sharp. She should be bold and confident. She should try and lead a peaceful life. We need to be level-headed and …

This is Love!

Okkk, before you criticise me or say 'What's Bukola up to now?', I'd love it if you could take your time to read this. If you cannot read it in a cafe (because of the cost it will incur) or during working hours so as not to look too unprofessional while at work, please copy it in a flash and read it at your leisure (at home, in the night, maybe?).

This is about the longest article I've ever uploaded. Well, I couldn't edit it because I found all the information in it valuable...and it was sent to my mail on Saturday, so I am not the original author. But the article struck a cord in me, and I'm sure it will in you too.

I am neither a doctor nor a psychologist, but I believe there are people out there who NEEDs to KNOW; people that your comments will go a long way in helping them to make decisions the dread making….
I need your comments or views after you must have read it...please. Thanks. Please read on.


“Feeling” the Gap

I was thinking of what to write about when I stumbled on this devotional…Though not the original title, I had to give it my own title, but I must admit that it’s helpful and insightful. Please read on…
Live a life of love... Ephesians 5:2 NIV
When we take stock of our day-to-day actions there's often a big gap between what we say we value, and how we spend our time, money and energy. Couples spend four times as much time watching television as they do talking to each other. Parents spend an average of four hours a day watching TV, one hour shopping, and six minutes playing with their children. And with each day lost, the gap widens.
In the movie City Slickers, actor and comedian Billy Crystal stands before the children in his son's school class and decides to teach them a lesson they are perhaps not ready to learn: 'Value this time in your life, kids, because this is the time in your life when you still have choices, and it goes by so quickly. When you're a teenager you t…

For the Married…And Unmarried

What To Do When The Sizzle Fizzles (1)You have left your first love…Revelation 2:4 NKJV
Nobody plans it, it just seems to happen. Romance runs headlong into reality, something gives, and it is usually romance. At first it's just two love-birds with no higher earthly priority than each other's happiness. Then comes the patter of tiny feet, and our well-ordered world gets turned upside down. Children don't fit neatly into our schedules and agendas. They can't and won't wait. Three kids, two jobs, one mortgage later, and romance seems to be a distant memory. Two overworked people wonder where they lost that romantic feeling and whether it will ever return.Some settle for marriage without the sizzle; some stay till the kids are older, then look for greener, more romantic pastures. But God offers a third, more exciting alternative: God's alternative - do what it takes to restore your 'first love.' (This Scripture was written to the church at Ephesus, but the …