Lagos Carnival 2015

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I attended the Lagos Carnival this year! But before I dish on that, I’d like to use this opportunity to introduce my new blog Black and Yellow Urbanism! Yes, yes, I’ve started another one. The blog is focused on urbanisms (one of my passions) in Lagos (so you see it’s a completely different topic 😉 ).

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It’s Mothers’ Day!

“Her children speak well of her… she should be praised in public for what she has done.” – Prov 31: 28,31

When she fine, she fine

When she fine, she fine.

Please tell me I’m not the only one who gets confused with the dates of the various Mothers’/Mothering days that the world celebrates every year. 😀 At any rate, today is the day I’m celebrating this year – the day we celebrated in my church. Although, it’s a few minutes past midnight now…

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Can’t I earn equal pay and still let you open the door for me?

Is it a crime to let you open the jar of jam? Or carry the suitcase? Or open the door?

Is it wrong to let you open the jar of jam? Or carry the suitcase? Or open the door? (Happy days with my good friend, Jay 😀 )

Chivalry is dead. At the very least, it’s dying. Okay, to my thinking, it’s definitely on the decline. Yes? Come on, it can’t just be me thinking this. No?

Recently, I’ve watched a group of men not so much as flinch when a woman almost tripped over a microphone stand in church. Only 1 of about 4 moved a muscle. As he jumped up, he reached for the microphone stand. Not the woman, he got up to rescue the microphone stand! Read on