All my life, I have always been a conservative person. In fact my friend tried to beg me to show some skin or not wear my loving panty hose whenever I wanted.
She’d beg me to wear make up too and try to look good.
I did not care though because I was convinced I was beautiful without all the enhancements.
My life is a compendium of failing forward. In 2017, I was led to start a WhatsApp group strictly for single women to read a book (31 days of Prayer for your Future Husband by @thetiffanylangford). The idea was to shut down the group after that purpose had been achieved but by the time the read was over, we were over a hundred and fifty ladies from all over the world.
It looked good, it felt good, I got distracted, there was no plan yet I decided to not dissolve the group and figure it out as each day passes.
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.”- Helen Keller
Hi hi lovelies, the Queen is back. It’s been an awfully long break but I’m making a full comeback in a few weeks, however, after having celebrated my final year week some days back, I remembered I had promised on my Instagram page sometime last year to share my journey to my finals. This is for everyone especially those who just graduated high school and those who have been awaiting admission into the university for over a year now.
Okay, let’s get started.
Right from my kindergarten days, I was always considered a bright little girl who was the pride of her parents, then the abuse happened ( see MY UNVEILING OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE) and I became a totally different person. For my sake and security, my parents deemed it fit to send me as far away from trouble as possible hence, I found myself in a government boarding school in a rural area with little development but I grew to love the environment particularly for its serenity.