It’s practically the end of the year already! And I imagine our New Year Resolutions (or whatever we call them these days) with their exciting, pop-music-style-highs have started to morph into a Reggae-like limbos. When current realities set in and the holiday/ new year exuberance gives way to everyday busyness, the euphoria tends to wane.
With each passing day, those lofty goals start to seem like mountains needing more exertion than we think we can muster. Take it easy, it’s only normal.
We’ve been friends for about a decade and one thing that has not changed about Lala is her tenacity…
When nobody knew her name, before her peers even knew what path to tread, she went after what she wanted with all she had. Today, hardwork is paying off. Enjoy my interview with her…
Honey, I am dizzy!
These words will always haunt me, as these where the words that would change my life forever.
A lot of the time, we see being single as a phase to go through before getting married. And perhaps that’s what it is. The problem arrives when we see that time of our lives as a phase that must be tolerated and rushed through. We have to learn to stop seeing it that way. We often tell children and teenagers to enjoy that time of their lives for it will soon be gone.
I walked past my office, not even giving my door a second glance. “Don’t you have anything you want to pick up?’ Mr Ronald said coldly behind me, ”No, I have everything I need in my pocket, I can pick other stuff tomorrow” I said trying to feel optimistic. By this time, everywhere was deserted, we got to the parking lot, and I began feeling my pockets for my car keys, the keys were there, I could hear them jingle and I was pretty sure Mr Ronald could hear them too. I tried to stall hoping someone would show up and at least give me hope, but no one came. Suddenly Mr Ronald called out to me, I turned around, felt a sharp blow to my head, and I passed out.
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So I have been receiving marriage insights from a very special couple since I’ve been married. Trust me, they have touched on practically every subject, no issue is too trivial or too sensitive for this couple to discuss. Last, week, I just had to reach them and obtain permission to share on the blog. Today’s subject may seem like its not new or ground breaking but forever holds true! Here’s hoping you find laughter in your marriage.Please enjoy