Thursday was Cultural Day in Nabeel’s school. So the students were encouraged to dress in their cultural attires and bring in a native dish as well. Nabeel wore Continue reading Cultural Day At Nabeel’s School
Happy International Women’s Day.
I am a WOMAN. I wouldn’t even Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day #PressForProgress
My family and I went to see the highly talked about movie: Black Panther on Friday February 16, 2018 as the movie premieres in cinemas worldwide. Continue reading We Went To See Black Panther On Friday: What A Wonderful Movie!
My darling son, Nabeel turned 7 years old on January 12th, 2018. So, we had a small get together for him at home with family and friends on January 20th, 2018, which was 3 weeks ago. He wanted a Continue reading Nabeel’s 7th Birthday Party: Ninja Turtles Themed Party
6 weeks and 1 day felt like forever!
Welcome home Sweetie. Super glad My Husband Dearest is back. We sorely Continue reading Welcome Home Sweetie: 6 Weeks And 1 Day Felt Like Forever
On Tuesday, January 9th, 2018, the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau was in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia for a town hall meeting. Continue reading Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau Was In Nova Scotia For A Town Hall Meeting
My Nabeel Is 7, how time flies. Alhamdulillahi Robil Alamin. Continue reading Happy 7th Birthday To My Sweet Son
On Tuesday, I started to crave abula (amala, ewedu & gbegiri with goat meat stew). I could hardly concentrate at work (I’m not even exaggerating). Continue reading Satisfying Food Cravings: Abula (Amala, Ewedu, Gbegiri) With Goat Meat Stew
We wish you all a Happy New Year. Continue reading Happy New Year
Today is Thursday, 28th of December 2017 and it is my birthday. Continue reading Happy Birthday To Me – Sherifat Onabanjo
This is to wish my Christian family and friends a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in advance. Continue reading Merry Christmas To My Christian Family And Friends
It breaks my heart to see that fuel scarcity, fuel increase and incessant fuel queues are reoccurring decimals in Nigeria mostly in December. I got married on the 19th of December 2009 and my husband Continue reading The Excruciating Pain Associated With Incessant Fuel Scarcity, Increase And Queues In Nigeria
We are so festive ready!!! We have made our hair 😀. Shout out to Mummy Fiyi of life, who called to book Nabeelah as far back as 2 weeks ago. Continue reading We Are Festive Ready – Nabeelah’s Hair
To mark the end of the year and the winter break at my son’s school, they had a multi cultural day. Students were encouraged to come in their cultural clothing and bring some Continue reading Multicultural Day At My Son’s School: Native Food & Cultural Clothing Plus Other End Of Year Goodies
In October 2017, two of my colleagues and I were temporarily moved to another department to assist with their work backlog. Shortly after we joined the department, the Continue reading End Of The Year Activities At My Workplace
Alhamdulilahi Robil Alamin. To God be the glory. It has been 8 beautiful married years with My Husband Dearest. Continue reading Happy 8th Wedding Anniversary To My Husband And I
The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari turns 75 today, Sunday December 17th, 2017. Happy birthday to him. Continue reading Pictures From President Buhari’s 75th Birthday Celebration
There are days, you feel extra FLY with yourself. 3 Tuesdays ago was one of such days. So I took pictures, I took them almost everywhere; in the car, parking lot at work, inside the elevator at my workplace, did mirror selfie in the bathroom. I am sure I would have Continue reading #WomanCrushWednesday #WCW: Me, Myself and I
Last weekend, I joined my husband for his weekly exercise. When we first got to Canada, I enrolled for a bi-weekly fitness class. I remember sharing a blog post on my blog and Continue reading ‘Do You’ As People Will Also Talk Regardless – My Experience During My Workout Last Weekend
That we are talking about slave in 2017 is so sad!!!
I watched some videos and they were traumatizing. One minute, you think the world has this problem, the next minute, you hear of Continue reading End Slave Trade In Libya And Everywhere