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It’s The Season to be Thankful

This season makes me jingle!!! Don’t judge, be happy with me, for I am in love with the thrills & excitement the Christmas season brings! I especially cherish how the thanksgiving celebration heralds this season of love and merriment.  I love how the year-long events have amassed into bountiful achievements. I love the gratitude it raises within me and the opportunity to look inward and count my blessings. As I grew older😊, I stopped assessing my goals at intervals and…

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December is probably the most anticipated month of the year for me because it heralds my favourite holiday, CHRISTMAS – a celebration I was born to love, enjoy and observe like a hallowed tradition. One that unites families, tightens bonds, increases affections, and is often capped with that feeling of needed rest after 12 months of work, school, or service. Christmas 2018 was a memorable one, I hopped from one event to another eagerly taking in the twinkling lights and…

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A few weeks ago the Christmas decorations at Ajose Adeogun roundabout in Victoria Island, Lagos, was officially lighted up. So I took my crew of three to see this beautiful sight which coincidentally ushers in Christmas in Lagos for most residents.   As we drove around, I reminded my 8year old of her feeble attempts at pronouncing the words ‘Christmas decoration’ when she was three years (read about it here). So the girls asked my 2-year-old to pronounce ‘Christmas decoration’;…

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GUEST POST – The Christmas Miracle … a True Story by Santa Mark

In December 1997, a little boy and his grandmother came to see Santa at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, near Milwaukee. The child climbed up on his lap, holding a picture of a little girl. “Who is this?” asked Santa, smiling. “Your friend? Your sister?” “Yes, Santa,” he replied. “My sister, Sarah, who is very sick,” he said sadly. Santa glanced over at the grandmother who was waiting nearby, and saw her dabbing her eyes with a tissue. “She wanted to…

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 It’s 15 more days to go and Christmas 2015 will be happening live! The scent, sights and sounds of Christmas are now conspicuously everywhere and overwhelmingly felt all around. I am constantly captivated by the sights and it is almost laughable when I scream in excitement at an exquisitely crafted Christmas décor. These all bring to fore an old song which keeps running through my head – ”Christmas dey come, mama buy shoes for me” lol! Who can remember that song? My…

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christmas shopping tips


It’s obvious that the mantra of the yuletide season – ‘a season to be merry’, has gotten a hold of me.  I am blogging more about the thrills of this beautiful season than any other topic.  I can’t help but get enwrapped in the joy of the season and the fond memories it stirs within. Read more of my experience here. One of the key adventure of this season is Shopping, and as such I’ll be sharing some tips on…

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It’s 42 days to Christmas and preparations have begun in earnest. If you live in the city of Lagos, Nigerian you will confirm that the season of joy and love is here. The streets of Ajose Adeogun in Victoria Island has been so beautifully and creatively decorated such that it has unconsciously served as the reference that Christmas in ‘Las gidi’ has officially begun! To further collaborate this, the count down to the most celebrated Christmas festival in the city…

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“Mummy see Christmas!” My daughter screamed out in excitement and for the third time. Her voice was now  a notch higher and her hands stretched as she pointed through the window of our moving car. This excitement was not usual and so I stepped on the brakes slowly to get a good view of what she was pointing at. They were Christmas decorations on buildings. I smiled as I told her they were Christmas decorations and taught her to pronounce…

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