Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Five Deep Truth About Nonye Anike

Ask me questions and I'll select 5 which I would answer over 5 days. One question per day, Nov 1 - 5 2010 (Mon - Friday). You can ask as anonymous.

Go!

Soup of Day!

Kim and Ciara seen steppin out for lunch yesterday...love their outfits!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Nigeria @ 50 - Day 25 "HANG"

Nigeria @ 50, Day 24 - Freaksho
http://redoje.blogspot.com/


May 11, 2003, my dad and I were busy in the kitchen, mixing, cutting, dicing and getting ready for my guests. It was my birthday. Mum had passed 7months earlier and would have been here doing the cooking had the doctors detected the hole in her heart and not assumed it was common bronchitis.
So in the bid to silence the painful emotions that thoughts of my last birthday with mum brought, I baked pans after pans of cake until dad made me stop. My sister who was supposed to help out had gone to Port Harcourt to write TOEFL and was to return that morning, but it was noon and no sign of her.  
Back in PH, she was set to leave and my Aunty Imelda was giving her a message for my dad when someone knocked on the door, it was my aunt’s neighbour and she wanted to borrow her pressing iron. My aunt gave her the iron and started to narrate how the NEPA wire had cut and fallen on her flowers and no official had come to check it out; they continued the conversation and stepped outside to have a look.  Just as my aunt pointed towards the flowers, her hands touched the wire and the current took hold of her.  My sister and cousins managed to separate her from the wire which she had unconsciously held to her chest and rushed her to the hospital; the first hospital wouldn’t touch her without a police report and the second one didn’t have any medical expert present.  In their desperation, they took her to a church where prayer warriors alike prayed all they could.......after about an hour my sweet and ever cheerful Aunty Imelda gave up. Since then, May 11 has ceased to be just a birthday to me.
Like I always say, the saddest thing about the change we cry out for in Nigeria is that many of us don’t believe it will come. But for me, regardless of the many precious things the negligence of our system has cost me, I will hang on to this almost shredded rope of hope that someday people will not die needless deaths and our country will be a safer place.
God Bless Nigeria!
N/B: my birthday rice turned out salty....and pls my daddy can cook o!



Nigeria @ 50,  Day 26 - Tobenna

Friday, October 22, 2010

Our girl is at it again!

Ok I give up!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Let Them Walk!!

Jan  2009  - I walked into GHartel looking really fab, heads turned and there were whispers around, some too loud above my head. Wow! it felt really good to be a Nigerian. I had heard how guys here thought Nigerian babes were  fabulous dressers, and oh I tried to rep that!

So I finally meet this Mr. Near-Perfect, who was one of the managers, my friend who sent me to him had said he wont make a move on me if he was already with someone, he was that perfect! Anyways we chatted away, I gave him my passport details and CV,narrated my immigration plight with the sincere hope that their company would do something about my work permit. Apparently our guy was feeling your chic and so we headed off to Churcheez for lunch and there the game began. Dinner after dinner, movies after movies and we were a 'thing'. Finally I asked about his girl and he didnt lie but didnt totally tell the truth. Big deal! I just needed something to distract me frm my current situation...but alas I ended up feelin up this dude.I thought he was really cool and smart, you know had the complete package any woman would want.

Given our new bond/attachment, I became more curious as to the true state of things between him and these this girls in his life. He continued to 'post' me. I remember getting home one night and confronting my friend in anger, "Paa you told me Fordsran was a decent guy, i'm dealin with the same thing u said wont happen,I swear to you Paa u dont know this guy". Finally I decided I was done being played with, but guy wont let go so we kept patching it and I continued hurting. Every time this particular babe called him they wld speak in their language and I would just stare, and to the second girl I was just his Nigerian friend, infact my number was saved on his phone as "Nonye Naija" as against the "Sweethrt and Bhoney" used in saving the other two. I wept so hard one very early morning to the point I smashed my phone on the wall, that moment I knew a nut had unscrewed somewhere in my head and it was time to go. Immigration Discrimination Bullshit + Man Crappiness = GO HOME!

To cut a long story short, I called him to say I was leaving and he went cold, next thing he said 'u know what? lets start all over again', hmmm, let me not even try to explain my rage.Well I transferred my anger to God and began to question Him, what sort of set up was this? in the midst of what I considered a trying time, you let this guy who I thought was a comforter come into my life and complicate issues, God why? I cried and cried, and finally I was back in Lagos. Amazingly, in less than 2 days I was soooo over with the guy. I couldnt even understand what I had seen in him in the first place, and to think that I was already begining to consider a long term thing between us. Oh! did I mention I found out he was engaged to "Sweethrt"!


(Well its all thanks to Fordsran for messing up me otherwise I wouldnt hv met my blazing 'Customized Boo' and fiance, Endy.)

Oct. 2010 - Na so I dey facebook last week and I got a message from my friend which started with "Brace Yourself For This" ......it turned out my handsome,cool, smart and relationship hot mess ex boyfriend had defrauded his company and clients and had been fired, locked up in state CID, beaten and stripped of everything , includin his car, house etc....I couldnt believe it. This was the same man I thought was the best guy at his job, I mean I knew he had women issues but stealing kwa? I was shocked. This same man I cried and cried for, the one I considered "long term" thing with, the man on whose account I questioned God!  At first I felt he must have been set up but they say he wasnt, he actually commited the fraud. Maka Chi eh! when people walk out of our lives we need to go to God and say THANK YOU FOR TAKING THIS CURSE AWAY FROM ME!

Kim Kardashian Hits 30


Happy Birthday Babe!!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

JLO's ''Unphotoshopped" wardrobe hazards


Awwww darling!!

Soup Of Day!

Here's to the bruvas! :)

  and its our guy Mark Wright!

Let It Go!

Am sorrry bloghearts, been busy with so many things at the same time, promise not to be away for too long again. Below is an xcerpt from TD Jakes' message and I thought I shd share. Enjoy!

Let it go! 
Some people can walk out of your life but let them go!
Its not that they are bad people, it just means their part in your story is over.
Dont beg them to stay, if the relationship is dead, stop trying to ressurect it
And dont try to talk another into staying, calling, or loving you, Let it go!


If you're holding on to a job that no longer meets your need, let it go!
if you're in an abusive relationship, let it go!
If you're hanging on to past hurts, you need to let it go!
If you're holding on to something that God has consistently asked of you, let it go!

Learn to say goodbye and keep moving ( Nonye Anike)

This is incomplete, I just shared the lines I remember

Sharon Stone @ 52!

Now this is what am talkin about!!! Remember the post about mad Janice Dickinson? Oh please compare these two women and tell me you aint thoroughly loving up Sharon!

  
Btw thats a pack of cigarette stuck down her region! (dnt ask me what i think about it)

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Oluronbi: The Musical

You gotta love naija theatre arts! I've never been into stage plays let alone musical ones but i was def.hooked after seeing this. Enjoy photos below:






Total Woman!

I just had to put this up! am soooo in love with this look! Hot!

Soup of Day!

Serena Williams...dont you just love?!