Archive | June 2015

Menstruation Tales II ( To the Unborn Nigerian Daughter) 

Dear Nigerian Daughter,
I’ve been meaning to write you this letter about something very important!  Not sure how old you’ll be when reading this, but I’m certain you’ll be at a good stage where all this will make some sort of sense.

I’ll try make this as informal as possible in order not to scare you.

Listen child, at about age 12 or so, you’ll start to bleed from your vagina every month. Don’t worry, that won’t kill you or anything. Infact, it’s very normal and something almost every female goes through monthly. I’m not all that into science/biology, so I’ll try explain the cause of this bleeding anyway.
This monthly bleeding by the way, is called menstruation. You hear people call it all sorts of names/ codes, but don’t mind them. Don’t even listen to them; it’s menstruation Continue reading

Almost Vegan Dinner. 

 Dear Nigerian Husband,  I’ve not been to the gym in almost three weeks. Needless to say, there are a few unwanted flabs here and there.

Until I’m able to go to the gym again, I shall try my best in the kitchen department.  Here, my favorite and go-to/feel-healthy/easy-to-prepare dinner; kale, mushrooms and salmon.

I made Nigerian meals, you didn’t show up, now I’m making meals a typical Nigerian man would consider as snack. Let’s see if this makes you show your face.

Yours in marriage eventually,  vou.

When it rains, it pours.

This photo mostly has nothing to do with this post, but we all know photos make our posts look interesting. Okay, Bye.

This photo mostly has nothing to do with this post, but we all know photos make our posts look interesting. Okay, Bye.

Dear Nigerian Husband,

I’ve always read/heard this saying for so long and I never really cared much about what it means until this week.

I hope writing you this letter to you doesn’t jinx things for me, but I just had to tell you about Continue reading