By the time syndrome

Happy new year to you all. This is my first post since the year 2020 began. I have been writing for less than a year now and I feel like my heart is full. I have always wanted to start my own blog and write my heart and mind out but I kept postponing for almost five years. Finally, on 20th October 2019 I made a decision to begin and look at me now. I’m […]

Reflecting upon 2019

This has been the shortest year. Who else agrees with me? I feel like I’m not ready to say goodbye to you 2019. I’m one happy person as I reflect through the year that’s just about to end. Not because I had it all figured out but because I thank God for the moments that didn’t make sense and the many times of triumph. We must have all had and some of us are still […]

Sometimes Man has to go naked for others to be clothed

We sometimes want to make it look all perfect and figured out, yet that’s not the case. One of these fine days as I was scrolling through my Facebook timeline, I came across this phrase and my entire mind was blown away. I mean how true is this? I was taken back to the time I shared about having one of the most feared eye condition, Keratoconus, in a popular Facebook group called Keratoconus Group. […]

Broken crayons still colour

Wow, this is one of the best quotes I ever came across. When Shelley Hitz put that in words she must have really thought about it. I fully agree that broken crayons colour even neater and bolder. We should learn to turn our lowest moments into greater milestones. We get broken in different ways and by different people and situations in life. Sometimes we get broken into the finest pieces that we take a very […]

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