On December 31st, like many other hopeful fools, I wrote a love letter with wishes and dreams to usher in the new decade. Similar to my foolish comrades, I made many plans for '20. This was going to be the year that I created "space" in all aspects of my life; beckoning new beauties to … Continue reading Dear 2020, This is NOT What I Meant When I Told You I Wanted “Space” this Year 😒.
As I embrace 2020, I take time to also thank and acknowledge 2019 for my growth.
In Nigerian culture,** parents typically assemble grandparents, close friends, a pastor, and relatives for a naming ceremony for the child, 7 days after birth. It is an occasion full of celebration, prayer, and inspiration as everyone revels over what the child's name will be. Typically, the child will have several traditional names, an English (or name … Continue reading How a Dream Becomes a Vision