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Celebrating Small Milestones: A Thankful Post

 Quote of the Day: "I am not lucky, You have no idea how much I have prayed."

I sincerely apologise for my long absence on this blog. Law School is more demanding than anyone could have expected. Nothing, NOTHING, ever prepares you for it.

If you follow my other blog here, this post wouldn't be much of a surprise to you. I like to thank people for their kindness, visiting my blog. You could be on any other site in the big, wide, internet, but, you chose to be here. Thank you. Thank you for visiting even when I have been away for so long(in law school). Thank you for your thoughtful comments, and for following me on instagram and twitter

Thank you all for reading my posts, I am grateful.
Wait for it....Kate Waterhouse and HudaBeauty (or someone in her team) visited this blog (the Kate Waterhouse from E! Fashion Bloggers, and the beauty guru herself, Huda Kattan). *cringe* I know yea, It totally blew my mind!
And, Kate had some nice words to say too on her blog here, thank you Kate.

This is basically a post to thank everyone that has been coming here regularly, since this blog's inception in January.
To the glory of God, this blog will go places, and most importantly, inspire people(and make them feel good about themselves).

Keep visiting, and, don't forget to tell more people about Lily of Nigeria, sharing is caring.

This post is founded on Deuteronomy 28:8.


Frase do Dia: "Eu não sou sorte, você não tem idéia do quanto eu tenho orado."


Eu sinceramente peço desculpas pela minha longa ausência neste blog. Faculdade de Direito está longe

Se você seguir o meu outro blog aqui, este post não seria muito de uma surpresa para você. Eu gostaria de agradecer as pessoas para a sua bondade, a visitar o meu blog. Você poderia estar em qualquer outro site na grande, grande, internet, mas, você escolheu estar aqui. Obrigado. Obrigado por visitar o mesmo quando eu estive fora por tanto tempo (na escola de direito). Obrigado por seus comentários pensativo, e para mim a seguir no Instagram e Twitter.

Obrigado a todos por ler meus posts, eu sou grato.
Espere por ele .... Kate Waterhouse e HudaBeauty (ou alguém em sua equipe) visitou este blog (o Waterhouse Kate do E! Moda Bloggers, ea beleza guru si mesma, Huda Kattan). * Encolher * Eu sei que sim, Ele explodiu totalmente a minha mente!
E, Kate tinha algumas palavras bonitas para dizer muito em seu blog aqui, obrigado Kate.

Este é basicamente um post para agradecer a todos que vem aqui regularmente desde o começo deste blogue em janeiro.
Para a glória de Deus, este blog vai lugares, e mais importante ainda, inspirar as pessoas (e fazê-los sentir bem sobre si mesmos).

Continuar a visitar, e, não se esqueça de dizer a mais pessoas sobre a Lily da Nigéria, compartilhar está importando.

Este post é fundada em Deuteronômio 28: 8.

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