15 Questions with Yemi

Whatsuuuuuuup? Long time no post. I hope y'all have been good and taking life in gentle strides. Lately, I've had an influx of amazing souls and felt it would be a good time for a "get to know me" post. I guess it's the first of its kind too. *does a back flip* Sooooo, here … Continue reading 15 Questions with Yemi

From shutterbug to lovebug

I had used privilege to get into the hall. My 'tutor' was one of the commissioned photographers at Stand Up Nigeria. All I wanted to do was go watch comedians in real life for free. I wasn't prepared for what would happen next. At the peak of me enjoying the show, he handed the camera … Continue reading From shutterbug to lovebug

1020 Pieces and the missing peace

On July 20, I got an order for a customized jigsaw puzzle from a client. He wanted a customized version of our 1020-pieces plastic jigsaw puzzle and we were eager & elated to get to work once we got his payment confirmation. I would eventually be reminded that the production of a customized plastic puzzle … Continue reading 1020 Pieces and the missing peace

Love Crumbled Me

We all have fairytale versions of how we would love our lives to go but it almost never manifests as we hope. You can almost hear the mischievious giggle of life as she throws random stumbling blocks our way. They could be little blocks, they could be huge mountains. But deliver, she must. Sequel to … Continue reading Love Crumbled Me

I kissed a married man

In my second year of Uni, I met this cute, portable sized boy. We happened to be in the same faculty and would often run into each other. We started to hang and a little sparky-sparky was born between us. However, for some technical reasons, we stayed platonic. Few years down the line, I ran … Continue reading I kissed a married man

PS: I Still Love You

"You have memories with X and Y to look back on today." If you use facebook, then you are familiar with this daily notification. First of all, whoever came up with this idea to remind us of our embarrassing past should be left in the middle of the north pole with nothing but a g-string … Continue reading PS: I Still Love You

Why you should stop gassing your friends

Has a friend ever shared an idea or a plan with you and in your heart of hearts, you want to point out the one thousand and onety one reasons why you think it won't work? Do you find your self instead, gassing them up and quoting all that vague motivational mumbo jumbo you picked … Continue reading Why you should stop gassing your friends

A Blade of Grass

Bez caught his wife’s eyes in the mirror. She was giving him one of those dirty looks he knew all too well. This is new, he thought, checking out the skin-colored lingerie Dera had on. She really meant him this morning. And damn, was she looking like a 7-course dinner. The smell of her perfume … Continue reading A Blade of Grass

The Anatomy of a Single Girl

When life threw me back into the singles club, the second question I asked myself was, “Under ideal conditions, what kind of man would I like to be with?” The first was “Am I ever really going to date again because it seems I’ve run out of love to give?” Anyways, I launched my mental … Continue reading The Anatomy of a Single Girl

The Shallow End – Part 2

“I’m leaving you for a month. I have some business to attend to in the east.” I could feel the frown begin to set in my face. We were yet to be away from each other for more than two days at a time and I had gotten so accustomed to his presence. Maybe I … Continue reading The Shallow End – Part 2