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I am sorry, beyond words sorry. Y'all know that I'm currently doing my youth service, believe me when I say during this hiatus I was tested with fire. But by the grace of God, I'm back, and better!

So, about 2 weeks ago I attended a blogger brunch hosted by the Bloggerpoint. I posted some sneak peaks on my instagram account, and early hints in my instastories.

The brunch started at 12:30pm. Your girl got there at 12:56pm because I couldn't find the exact spot where the lounge and bar is located(I know, I'm trying but I need to go out more).

I was totally blown away. Who knew Abuja had so many people, and bloggers! We started off with getting to know each other. We had a lot of laughs, cakes, small chops (which i didn't take because Bella's chocolate cake had me stuffed). For drinks we had malt, and Chapman(Y'all know I'm always down for a good chapman).

I made some AMAZING friends, including a good photographer, Emeka. We listened to seasoned bloggers give tips and share some of their secrets of attaining success.

At the end of the brunch, each of us got a goody bag. You know that song by the Rolling Stones, you can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you find you get what you need That was exactly how I felt about my goody bag, nuff said.

At the end of the day I went for 6pm mass because I knew I couldn't pull off going for morning mass and attending he event. It was a win win for me, and I'm glad I had a great time!































For more scoops, follow me on instagram @lilyofnigeria I usually post early in the mornings, sometimes. Till next time, thank you for stopping by and reading this post.

*PS For those of you that have asked about my dress, I'll be telling you about it on Tuesday.


Wishing you peace,and happiness,
Your Friend,
Alexandra.

Comments

  1. Lovely post hun, we had the best time, I wish my post could be as precise and as simple as yours lol but I had too much to say, I always do lool

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    1. Honestly we did :)
      Talking is what you do best,Your post was detailed and I loved reading it.

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