Today is my homegirl Rosie’s birthday! Festoon the streets with glitter! Let balloons fill the sky! LET THEM EAT CAKE! I’m always going on about how much I adore this chick, and I’ve missed her every single day since moving back to London. She is my pumpkin, my moon and stars, my liebschen. Let’s do … Continue reading Happy Birthday Rosie! ♥
I know what everyone says about Valentine’s Day. It’s overly commercial, it’s meaningless, it’s just another marketing ploy to pressure people into spending money, etc. But in the world we live in, nice things like love are in short supply. Life can be hard. Sometimes it hurts. Terrible people do terrible things to innocent people. … Continue reading Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Today I turn 30 years old, and I think it’s safe to say that nobody has ever been quite this excited about anything, ever. When people hear that I’m about to hit the big 3-0, they do that thing where there’s a wince and a sharp intake of breath (sometimes paired with a pat on … Continue reading I AM 30!
Alright hunties- it’s the last day of 2013. A time for quiet reflection, deep thought, and cutting shapes under a disco ball. This time last year, my dearest pal Rosie and I made a list of the four lessons that we’d learned in 2012. These were: 1. Wear all your best things now. No more … Continue reading Sashay Away, 2013.
My darlings! I’m sorry for my absence. After a busy few months in the mean streets of London, I’m taking a well-deserved break. I’m spending the festive season with my folks in Nigeria. I’ve lived away from home for most of my life, but the truth is that you never get used to being away … Continue reading Where The Heart Is
Earlier this year, I took a Creative Writing class in a rare spurt of courage. It was terrifying and incredible and I loved every second. One of our first assignments was to write a short piece that described ourselves through someone else’s eyes. The teacher said we could pick any moment in time- it didn’t … Continue reading Untitled 1.