6 things I did in November



Hi Guys, Let me tell you the things I did in November .

1) Started this Blog. Lol. That’s obviously number one nah, or what do you think? I can procrastinate sometimes so it’s a bit of a relief that everything came together.

I am glad that i started the process, managed to decide on a name ( it takes me ages to choose stuff, you would hate going to buy a phone or tv with me), choose a web host ( took me time to decide who to go for) , overcame my fears of self hosting even though I have always been a blogspot.com fan, and I actually posted something. Hallelujah! I was afraid I was gonna get bored or lack material or no one would read. Lol. And can i just say thanks for all the love and support. Love you Guys.

2) Heard that a Witch (or two) Confessed.

Okay I wasn’t actually there live, but it happened in my parent’s school and my mum duly told me everything that happened. What happened was that a kid confessed to being a witch and a few days later another one ( in nursery school) also confessed to being in the same witchcraft group. Let me know if you want me to blog about the whys, what led to the Confession and the current situation.

3) Lots of sleep and food. Lol.


Don’t judge me, I am presently on a thirty days leave (which is to end next week ) so I was just at home lounging.  I wish I could be on leave for the next three months.lol.

I know a lot of people take time off work to travel, go on vacation etc but I have always seen Leave off work as time to just chill and rest. Plus I really needed the rest, I was so tired. Although next year, I intend to try to sightsee and travel more sha.

What would you do if you had some days or weeks off?  Be truthful oh….

4)Hospital visits and a party.

My neighbor and then my colleague had twins and a boy respectively. So I was in and out of hospitals. Thank God for safe Delivery. Of course in Nigeria after the safe delivery of the baby, comes the party.

5) Watched lots of TV and Movies .


My remaining Iroko TV stash,the others got deleted.

I also read one or two books though I didn’t finish it. Plus it wasn’t all lounging at home oh, I was still going to Court which is where My phone embarrassed me and how I met a Christian. I even travelled last week.

6) Felt guilty about a death.

Someone’s bail was revoked in one of the Court appearances, and he died in prison less than a week after. I keep seeing his face, and I feel so bad. And I keep thinking, whose Fault? Us? The Judge? His Lawyer? Or just fate. Being a lawyer sucks sometimes. I hope his family isn’t blaming us.

Anyway on a lighter note, starting this Blog stands out for me. When I think of November or my 2016 leave, I think of this Blog. I still can’t believe that it’s on. Just a few weeks in, and I have established new relationships with people Which may never have happened if I hadn’t started it.

Thank you to everyone who comments, who visits or has ever visited. You encourage me to continue. God bless you.

What about you? What were you up to in November 2016?

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    December 5, 2016 at 3:40 pm

    Just keep the Spirit going and never drop your pen. If not that you wrote here you started this blog in November, honestly I wouldn’t have known. Thought its been on for long..

    Sorry about the death, I can understand your situation. Probably the thing I hate about the Nigerian court system. Delaying cases for long and arresting and keeping someone in detention when the case doesn’t require such.


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      December 6, 2016 at 11:30 am

      Thanks dear for the encouragement.
      Lol at it’s been on for long. We thank God.

      My dear, that’s how the Court system can be sometimes. Although most cases are usually bailable, except capital offenses, but it all depends on the Judge.
      The law tries to protects the rights of the citizens but the system fails sometimes. There’s so much delay and constant adjournments. At times too, the suspects who remain in prison don’t find who to bail them or they can’t fulfil their bail conditions.

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    December 6, 2016 at 6:35 am

    Awww Bisi, sorry to hear about the person who died in prison. Your profession could be emotionally tasking. May God give you all the strength and comfort you need.
    I’m also very bad at choosing things. Lol You chose a VERY good blog name. So unique and intriguing.
    I’m going to visit this your stash of Irokotv movies when I want to unwind. Thanks for sharing.

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      December 6, 2016 at 11:35 am

      Thank you Precious. My dear, you can say that again. I wonder how those Judges do it. I will be an emotional wreck if I have to sentence people to jail or death. Hian?
      Lol @ the blog name. Thanks.
      Yes oh! I intend to download another batch soon. I really like their collection, and now that they have their own studio ( Rok ) they keep producing new stuff. Which is great, and they use popular actors too so you see familiar faces.

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    December 7, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    I’m with Brenda, your blog seems like its been around for a while. I think that’s a good thing; well done. I’m quite curious about the confession, especially because a school is involved. I’m waiting for my days ON 🙂 maybe then I can arrive tired and I’ll get more sleep. #IronyOfLife
    Loss is hardly ever easy. I pray the family, you & all other people involved find peace about it.
    Thank GOD for your blog. Keep soaring

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      December 8, 2016 at 4:31 pm

      Awwww. Thanks a lot for the compliment.
      You are right. I will send you an email if I don’t blog about it.
      Lol at waiting for On days. That’s really surprising. I don’t usually sleep so well at night too but I still like having days off so I can get stuff done and sleep in if I want.
      Thank you dear. You too.

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