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Tales from a place called “Amoso Edda” — Imelda’s Stories

Hey there! Good evening. I’ve missed you, I hope March is going smoothly, mine is keeping me very busy in the market. I am sharing this post because I featured in the story, I am the friend, the writer is very dear to me and this post means a lot. kindly see my village and a glimpse of my mum’s burial ceremony through Imelda’s eyes.

I wrote previously of a friend who lost her mother I wrote of her strength and how I desired to tap from it. This is an extension of that story. On the 21st of November 2019, I woke up to a happy-sad feeling😐. I was going to Aba; a popular town in Abia state, Nigeria […]

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Twenty Four

Today is my birthday, and very unlike me, I am not really sure about what I want to write here, but I’d write anyway (I’m writing on aglowblog.com for the first time and it gladdens my heart). I turned twenty-four today, it’s not supposed to be a surprise to me but I’m really marveled, I …

As we grow older II…

Welcome back dear reader, hope you’ve been having worry–free week. Like I said last week in the first part of this post As we grow older…, I’d be sharing six tips on maintaining relationships with parents and grandparents from my perspective. You can drop your tips if you have any in the comment section below, …

Life is always beautiful

Good day dear reader, I hope August has been a great month for you. Today  I am reblogging (sharing) a blog post from Imelda’s Stories. Life is beautiful, things might not be exactly the way we want, but if we focus less on our worries and count our blessings, we’d see how beautiful our lives …

Booless? 😉

Dear young booless (single) sister… Your friends, those you started out with or even your juniors could be in fancy relationships, some could be engaged, married, even with kids… And you don’t even have a proper Boo (boyfriend), and sometimes it gets to you right? I know that feeling. It’s important not to get pressured …

Readaholic

I’m a reader, I love to read books, less of school textbooks, more of novels and history books anyway. Thanks to my dad who always made books available to me even as a little girl, that was the beginning of the Readaholic me. I’ve traveled the world through the pages of the books that I’ve …