A long time ago, I told my Dad I would be famous; get married to him and sing for a living.
Fast-forward 30+ years, and I am neither of any.......... I learnt that I cannot get married to my Dad; I would suck as a professional singer. And for some years living in Lagos, I was only famous on my street, where I was known as Mr. Sam’s wife.
In the words of Beyonce, I am a GROWN woman, but I don’t do whatever I like. I like to think I am a hybrid of traditional and modern woman, - ensuring the home front is running smoothly with the kids, as well as pursuing a professional career. All these while remaining an avid follower of God.
I believe that we have to seize the moment, embrace the challenges, love hard, play hard, and do good. Not only to those who can reciprocate, but especially to those who cannot.
So, you will find me embracing the world, empathizing A LOT with people, and pushing for practical and moral living that transcends race or religion.
And hoping for the fame that would come one day… maybe with this blog.
After all, a little girl can dream no???
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