No it’s not my birthday yet and Lord knows i don’t particularly feel like it is right now but what i do know is that, it’s a great season of my life right now.
God has been right here with me, walking me through the roller coaster of growing, making mistakes, learning how to love and how to be the truly favored woman he named me. I have been far from perfect. I have hurt people and i have been hurt by people, but through it all, i am learning to live my life deliberately.
So that’s what this shoot is really about. Living life with intention.
Clothes Designed and Styled by CheChe Smith for CSN NATION
Make-Up by Makeup Explorer
Photography by SunnyDays Media
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I came across these tweets and i was incensed i could barely speak! (read it from down – up) What in the world is wrong with us? The disrespect, the disdain, the injustice you experience as a woman in this country is astounding!
How do you explain this? How?
I can’t talk about this now. Maybe i will settle down to write something later. But please, tell me what you think.
This image is so apt and i can’t help but share it, because it describes in detail God’s relationship with us.
By the way, i got it from TUMBLR
On Sunday, the 30th of November, Tosing Ojuri hosted an album listening for “The Lift”; an event that also doubled as a book launch for his Chapbook titled “Step outside the boat” (a collection of inspirational tweets and words).
The event happened at Cafe Maison, 25 Adelowo Adedeji Street, off Admiralty way in Lekki Phase 1. we had so much fun and the music was absolutely amazing! Check out the Photos 😀
This is wishing my sister and colleague, Wazobia FM’s Kody and Nigeria Info FM’s Emmanuel Etim a blissful married life! Congratulations darlings! may your home be filled with joy and immeasurable blessings!
Oh! and i looove the bicycle concept too! (I might steal the idea soon… **winks**)
When i look at these children, my heart wells up with so much emotion. i am so inspired by the joy in their faces, their determination to overlook what we call a disability and do everything kids do, is absolutely endearing. Children always know how to have fun regardless of the situation – that is the blessing of childhood and we, as adults, can learn so much from them. This shows me that these persons we call “disability persons” have much more abilities than the rest of us.
It was a beautiful Children’s day celebration service at Christ Embassy Lekki as the children’s choir of the Inner City Mission, ministered powerfully in music. They were filled with such joy and the rapturous expressions on their young faces could only have come from the joy within their spirit. Check out the photos:
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Think? What did your parent teach you?
No matter how “macho” you are, when your babygirl needs her toes painted, daddy you’re painting!
Mother Teresa feeding a poor sick man in Venezuela. The life of this amazing woman inspires me so much, and reading about her work fuels my daily resolve to make a difference in my world, one life at a time.