67 days ago, I became an uncle. On Thursday, 20th day of October, my one sister was delivered of our parents’ first grandchild. The child’s Father comes from an ethnic group in Nigeria with a very expressive language. As a result, seven days after his birth, my nephew was given many names – many lengthy […]Read More Cry, Baby Cry.
All of us are products of our childhood. -Michael Jackson Our experiences as children shape us into what we become; maybe not singularly, but to a great degree. This explains why I sometimes wish childhood was a little different for me; that I had experienced a bit more fun and pain: read more books, played […]Read More Childhood Chronicles
I had met her once, which was at my birth. Last night I met her again. In the brief period of meeting her, I discovered why she had died, why she had taken her life in both hands and given it to me. Here’s her story. She did grieve for days. The tears fell easily […]Read More A Word To Those Who Have Lost Mothers
This is the second part to the Miracle in a Connection. I hope it blesses you. The photographers were hard at work as he stood holding her to his side, looking straight in front of him with that smile. Her gaze fixed on his face occasionally distracted by the flashing lights from the working cameras. […]Read More The Miracle In A Connection 2