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Taking Stock: Life Lately 2

I saw this on someone's blog the other day (I can't place my finger on the link in particular),and thought it would make a good read here on lily of Nigeria. And, just maybe, you'll be moved to share yours with me as well.

Went to: the Ecumenical/National Christian Church today after my NYSC CDS,while cruising from Area 10 to the Central Area with my leggedis-Benz. At first, a King’s Guard refused me entry into the main church. As I was leaving, a kind Police man walked me back,and into the church and told me not to mind the man. You call it luck,I call it favour. At first,I was shocked because prior to this experience,I didn’t know there was ever a church where people were denied entrance to speak with God.
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Dug deep: into instagram algorithms and why some people get many likes,and others don’t.


Wondered: if the Dwarves from the Lord of the Rings are really dwarves in real life.

Said a Prayer: for Lord Saruman's Widow in real life(Birgit Kr√łncke Lee). I hope she’s faring well,God be with her.

So Badly: want to run a Master’s Programme. But, I guess that’s a bit…anyway God can do anything yeah? I’ll have to wait and see.

Still Marvelling: Over the fact that miracles happen everyday,and God repaired my phone for me. Hian,if you haven’t read what happened,hurry and read all about it here.

Thought of: how cute Thorin and the Lord of the Elves are.

Embracing: Alexandra for whom she is.

Ate: the English veggie sauce I made yesterday with white rice. And,I had some oranges..


Drank: the Zobo drink I made the other day.

That's today's post post guys. How is your day going? Tell me all about it,and if you're okay,we could discuss in the comment section below. See you tomorrow in my next post by God's grace. Don't forget to bookmark this blog,and tell all your friends and family about it :)
 



  

Peace and Love,
Alexandra.

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