In case you’re just “tuning in” for the first time, you can read the preceding parts here: With Love From Asaba And now for Part 7. * * * * * Nene shook her head and rolled her eyes. … Continue reading →
Finally, here is the concluding part of this series. After reading, kindly share your thoughts in the comments. Enjoy! * * * “I love this woman. My love will change her. I just need to try harder,” he … Continue reading →
Mama Ikotun shivered as she lay on her bed. She had been suffering from a strange ailment for six months. The local doctor had initially diagnosed the illness as malaria. However, as time progressed, and the drugs he prescribed did … Continue reading →
The words they wrote to each other bound them together more tightly than ever before. These letters bridged the physical distance between these two people and without realizing it, each fell deeper and deeper in love with the other. Remi … Continue reading →
In a typical wedding ceremony (traditional, white, court) the couple exchanges wedding rings. So, in our world today, one surefire way of telling if a man or woman is married, is by looking at their hands for the tell-tale sign: … Continue reading →
There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost - Martha Graham.