The year was 2009; I was a corper serving in Benin City Edo state Nigeria. That fateful morning I was on my way to work, but I was broke. The only money I had on me was what would take me to work, no money to bring me back or money for lunch. Read More »
I once had a dog named Chelsea. Chelsea was a very lovely dog, very friendly, very active, very welcoming and related with us like a member of the family. Whenever any of us (family member) got back home, Chelsea would run and jump into your hands to welcome you. Chelsea was like that, welcoming to family members but brutal to strangers. If you were a stranger, you couldn’t get past the gate except a member of the family comes to get you. Read More »
As a creative person and someone who does handwork, there have been times I was making something or designing a cake and I made mistakes, but because I am the one making it, I turn that mistake into a style. And if you aren’t told, you wouldn’t know it was a mistake. Read More »
This morning I read and saw something so disheartening and saddening. While on my usual browsing through Instagram, I came across a post. A young man had been involved in a ghastly motor accident but he came out alive with only a cut on his head. The man was thanking God for saving his life, but the comments that followed shocked me. Read More »
Hello everyone, I hope you had a memorable night.
As was announced on the blog last week, there would be a new segment on the blog: Debbie’s Corner anchored by my sister where she will have her own personal space to explore the world of writing one piece at a time.
In true fashion to keeping our words, we have the first post published on the blog today. Read More »