Summer Life Updates

These past few weeks has been crazy ! I’m not even sure of what other word to use. So if you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, just keep reading.

I’ve been away in a summer camp for kids, it was an amazing exhilarating experience. Children are really amazing but some can be a handful, overly energetic πŸ˜‚. I think God set me up to really learn patience, and I think I learned a great deal more than I could ever imagine.

Immediately after summer camp, I also visited Enugu state for the first time for my friends grandparents 50th wedding anniversary. This is the real goals man! The event took place in a village called Mburubu and it was a huge success. The mosquitoes there dealt with me brutally though πŸ˜‚. I’m still blaming Noah for letting those blood sucking demons in the ark. I drank palm wine for the pain πŸ˜€. No doubt I enjoyed myself, great people and plenty food.

I have also been working on certain aspects of my life; career, growth, relationships and most importantly my relationship with Abah. I have also resumed my journaling, I’m still wondering why I stopped in the first place. Thank you Ope for being in the spirit when you got me that journal, I know you’re reading this πŸ˜€

I have a lot of awards to catch up with, I’m sorry I’ve not responded to any of them yet, I promise to in due time. And I’m officially resuming my series “musings about my NYSC camp experience which I kept y’all on hold for, for too long. Forgive me πŸ˜₯.

In everything that has happened so far, I have learned, unlearned and I’m growing which I’m very grateful for 😊 .

I’ve really missed blogging! I sincerely appreciate y’all following my blog, and especially those who take out time to read my blog and respond to the posts, I really do appreciate you all ❀

How has summer been for y’all?

11 Comments Add yours

  1. thoniabankz says:

    So glad to know you have been up to so many things! I’ve never been to Enugu and I hope to visit soon though and mehn Kids really can be a handful lol!lovely post and welcome back boo

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    1. Thank you πŸ˜‡β€
      Do share your story when you visit Enugu

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  2. Opeoluwa says:

    We missed you. This is nothing usual, it gets better with ever article. Great read. Please do resume, especially with the NYSC Camp series.. LoL No pressure at all.

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    1. Haha! Thank dear 😊

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  3. The Chordinator says:

    Interesting read as always. Oya coman goan continue the nysc one jare

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ watch out

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  4. Kids camp sounds like an exhausting but rewarding time. Sounds like a great summer, learning is so important, so is unlearning. I love journaling, it’s a great way to connect with God πŸ™‚ Summer has been great, I balanced academics with my social and spiritual life. I had a couple of opportunities to go out of my comfort zone, meet new people and discover new places with friends.

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    1. Wow! Way to go girl. Getting out of your comfort zone is so key! πŸ’ͺ❀

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      1. Yes it really is! and thank you πŸ™‚

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  5. Joan Akob says:

    Once in a while a much needed break is just what we need to give us the boost for the weeks and months ahead. I love some good palm wine too😍. Welcome back!

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