How are you doing? Hope your week has started off good. Mine has. I am totally loving work. Absolutely. Thank God. so yes, I had a really good weekend and I I’ll just give you a summary of how each day went. But before I do this, I wanna say thank you to all of you guys for ensuring I had a lovely birthday. Thank you and God bless you richly!!! xoxo
At about 5pm or so, my colleague randomly informed me of a group that was meeting later that evening somewhere in VI and invited me to join them. I was reluctant at first and then he went into details of how they are involved with Charity work and I bought what he was selling. Ever heard of ‘This is How We Do’ or ‘Soup Kitchen’ or ‘Bake for Change’? Yea, they are the people behind these initiatives.
I was not really up for going out that evening as I was pretty inappropriately dressed (Fridays are supposed to be dress down days but yours truly went to work in my full legal regalia of white and black). By the time the day was over, I had a small stain on my sleeves and I just wanted to get out of the white shirt but boy, I’m really glad I did. Aside of the really great reason behind us meeting (Charity work), it was also good seeing other like-minded young people who took out time on a Friday evening to talk about helping others. It was really good indeed! I’m really looking forward to getting more involved and getting more people involved as well.
I was home chilling, cooking, taking mom to the tailor’s and just generally having a very relaxed day.
I went to my parents’ church, which turned out better than I thought (I dread going there and I shall give you gist about this later). I went home, changed and met up with a friend. Later in the afternoon, I was on my way to Astroturf to watch my Law firm do great damage to and destroy the morale of their opponent in a 3-1 victory. It was actually 4-1 but a goal was disqualified because in a 5 man team game, headers are not allowed :S.
As soon as our game was over, I drove off to Eko Hotel to see a play called ‘Love is’. I totally enjoyed it! Nikki Laoye, Zizi Cardow, Yinka Davies and Timi Dakolo were all part of the cast. It was a dance drama which was so moving. Basically, it was a journey through people in the search of the meaning of love. After much wondering, pondering, toiling, searching, the conclusion was found in 1 Corinthians 13 and the play ended with these words…God is love; Love is God. I especially loved the fact that it was not your typically Christiany play yet, it came to such a conclusion in the most profound manner.
Yup, I had a good weekend!
That’s all folks (for now)