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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

International Women's Day 2017 - Shout Out To All Women...

Today is International women's day and I just wanna use this Opportunity to celebrate every woman and the men who play the role of women in their Children's life.


I hereby celebrate myself,my strength and my weaknesses and everything that makes me STELLA!

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    2. Over rock sef dey worry us. #ILOVEME #WOMENRULETHEWORLD πŸ‘©πŸ‘§πŸ‘­πŸ‘ΈπŸ‘΅πŸ’…πŸ’‹πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’šπŸ’›πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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    3. Shebi all these married women ducking peoples husbands and fiance's are part of the women to celebrate. Married women in PH are horrible, with their fat sagging bodies.I have juicy story on one of them, she is a barrister. Don't worry madam I'm coming for you and your friends..

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    4. Happy international Women's day to me,mother and my sisters...may God keep us

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  2. Shout out to the women on this blog (not men who yarn like women o).

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  3. I celebrate my sweet mother.
    I celebrate my sisters
    I celebrate my Loyal friends
    And I celebrate Me!

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  4. Speshal shadout to efri-responsibu wooman awt dere, to d iresponsibu once, yhu can goto sambiza foress an reciff yhua shadout.... Eye dun k!!!

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  5. I celebrate myself, my mum and sisters, female bvs and I won't forget u madam Stella.oh tomorrow is my mum's birthday,Mil I dare not forget you.

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  6. To everyone who never takes the backseat Happy International Women's day.
    #BeBoldforChange #IWD2017.

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  7. Celebrating my super Mum, myself and all the women all over the world

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  8. I don't have children yet, but I celebrate myself. I'm too woman to wish I was anything else. Sex change?? Hell no!!

    I celebrate my darling mum, who taught me how to love and be a firm in my decisions; blocking the world off.
    I celebrate my sisters who have shown me so much love. I hear about sister drama and I get shocked. My sisters are my support system they encourage me, inspire me, chastise me and tell me truth without mincing words. What would I have done without my four girls? 😍

    I celebrate my grandma who is still strong enough to earn her own income at 74 and sends me #200 Naira recharge card. I pray her operation next week goes well.

    I celebrate my paternal grandma who I never met. She bled to death after giving birth to her last child. She taught my father how to be a man at a young age, that's why I hate lazy men till today 😏

    And I celebrate my two aunties. Who have been TTC for 20 years and 13 years, respectively and have taken bold adoptions steps this year - even when their husbands tried to discourage it. They never cease to play motherly roles in our lives, even though they are yet to have their own. Weddings, birthdays, airport pickups and drop offs- their always there. Selflessly showing us love and support. 'My second mummies' I call them. Please join me in prayers for them.

    These are the wonderful women in my life, I celebrate them today ❤️

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    1. I hate it when women are TTC for years.
      Makes me very emotional because I don't want to ever struggle to conceive.

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    2. Hello darling...kindly email me their names if you can. I will keep praying for them

      130million female children didnot go to school today. Support a girlchild in anyway you can.
      Happy Intl womens day. We make the world round n warm




      #My case is different

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    3. Default smile congratulations once again. May God grant you safe journey and a wonderful delivery.

      Pls also include me in your prayers o. God I am still expectant!

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    4. @Chinyere Adajesus....thanks. Your expectation will not be cut short in Jesus name. Amen

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  9. I celebrate myself, mum, sisters and girlfriends.

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  10. We are all wonderful women Amen. My next live would be a woman. Women rocks

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  11. Shout out to all the women in my life,My mum(my backbone), aunts,sisters (I know you girls will see thisπŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›,Thanks for been there for me)...I love ya'all😍😍😍😍

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  12. Approaching 30....It hurts deeply when it feels you are alone... Dreams staring @ u, GOD please make me the jabbed of my generation!I am depressed, I need.. Help... I don't want fish.. I just want to learn how to fish, I need a job*wipe tears*God please bless me through this platform!*breaks down in tears

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    1. You should be happy ya alive and not dead..30 is just number and nothing more trust me, you re what you feel.You may be 40 but feel like a 20 years old at heart because you re what you feel.Being 30 is not the end of the world.ya not alone in the lonely ship , there re many ladies out there. Your case is not the worst!!!.As far as you gat life, there's still hope.Pray more and worry less, leave everything to God.love you dear.It's our day so cheer up.

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    2. Afi Jabbed naa! I know u meant Jabez.

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    3. Cry no more dear.
      Remember it's darkest before it's dawn.
      Never forget that nothing,absolutely nothing Is impossible for God to do.
      If only U know what He has in stock for u! He will come through for u. Just keep the Faith ok?

      Now dry those tears and smile for me.

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  13. Yes o women rock
    Without women the world would not exist

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  14. I celebrate my heroic mum, my strong self, my sisters & my beautiful daughter Adaugo , also kudos to all my friends, all strong/ independent women (not runs women oo) out there, my beautiful Stella dimokorkus, all female bvees, all men that play the role of mothers to their kids using Star actor Emeka ikeh as point of contact,
    I love you all & may God be our strength.

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  15. I celebrate my mummies
    I celebrate my lovely sisters
    I celebrate my girlfriends
    I celebrate my blogsisters
    I celebrate you Stella
    You all have been wonderful and God bless you all.

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  16. I celebrate myself for the strong woman I have become

    I celebrate my mom for everything she's thought me over 2 decades of my life

    I celebrate my sisters the married and single

    I celebrate my Angel, she is a woman of wisdom

    I celebrate my female blog boos for their wisdom. Sandy, QUEEN, Yori yori, Cookie, bloggie, TGW, TETrina and all.

    I celebrate the upcoming woman, presently children on this blog. Lemme not call names before they stay their uncontrollable menstruation. But where is Ibukunoluwa and Kidjo again?

    I celebrate all the female children across the world

    I celebrate chimamanda adiche and all strong feminist I look up to

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    1. I dey here.My Ancestor,I celebrate you too, hehehehehe. But remember say na me win for the fight sha.πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜….Oya make we continue jor forget this break wey we take o.It's like Christmas break where everybody join together to chop Christmas rice then later the malice will continueπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† .See you for IHN.




      ItsJustABlogAndNothingMore.πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜….ButWatchOutForPartTwo.
      It's high time we start getting paid for entertaining you all here o. Biko I can't be creating drama and making people smile for nothing, easing boredom here and there.πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    2. Thanks for the mention LOLO IDEATO.

      Remain blessed.



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  17. I celebrate my mum, my sisters, my girls, my female friends, stella nwunye dimokoko and all female angels in this blog. God is taking us to a greater height. Eg. First female president of Nigeria in 2019. Ngeria Women pls say AMEN

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  18. I celebrate my Mom, myself and every wonderful women out there!!

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  19. I celebrate everyone who is proud to be a woman.
    You are strong in your feminity.
    You are brave.
    You have a vagina that's elastic.
    You 'accommodate' the whole family.
    You sacrifice your body for 9 whole months just to procreate.
    You exhibit strength even when you want to break down and just cry.
    You do a man's job and woman's job in one.
    You take Nigerian 'babies' and give them brain through marriage πŸ˜‚
    You adapt better
    You have not let a society put you in a box
    You cook a marvelous pot of soup with 1000 Naira and have the family licking fingers. That can only be a gift from God.
    You are beautiful, you are resilient, you are determined, you are a woman.

    So happy women's day to YOU YOU and YOU! ❤️❤️

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    1. Kisses πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

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  20. I celebrate all the women in the world!!

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  21. Today, March 8th, is International Women's Day. What better way to celebrate it than to shine light on the ladies who have contributed to society with their talent, perseverance, and timeless wisdom.

    I wish my mom happy international women day because she is the best thing that can happen to us her children.

    I believe in the woman who doesn't need to hide behind her husband's back.
    I believe that if you have problems, as a woman you deal with them, you don't play victim, you don't make yourself look pitiful, you don't point fingers. You stand and you deal. You face the world with a head held high and you carry the universe in your heart.

    With the spread of conformity and image-driven superficiality, the allure of an individuated woman in full possession of herself and her powers will prove irresistible. We were born for plenitude and inner fulfillment.

    On the left side of a strong woman, stands a strong man,
    And one day I will grow to be that woman I always dreamt of.

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  22. I am a WOMAN,I'm awesome!
    Happy women's day to every vagina having human.

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  23. I celebrate me and what I'm 2dai
    I celebrate moi adorable sister's with their endless affection
    I celebrate moi sweet mum for all the never ending sacrifices n show of luv..

    Women are wonderful creature's, strong willed, beautiful and wired differently. They sacrifice all and more to their home's especially their children. They don't mind going hungry, without clothes nor good sleep in expense of their children. They are good counsellor, motivators and prayer warriors. Regardless of what they are feeling, passing through, challenges and run of emotions, they stand unwavering. They draw strength from trouble, smile through distress and are always hopeful. They will always maintain a radiant face and act like all is well even in tough times. They are survivors, they have a good fighting spirit, they radiate love, peace is their watchword and gladly keep their homes. They are simply the best. God bless all the mothers.

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  24. I celebrate all women today. In our weakness lies tremendous strength.

    Special SO to my mum. She's the best mom in the world.

    I'm proud to be a woman. And a Super one at that πŸ˜€πŸ˜€



    Happy International Women's Day

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  25. Happy International women's day to all women.

    Special shout out to my momma and sisters. Y'all are the best.

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  26. I celebrate my lovely grandma
    I celebrate my mum
    I celebrate myself
    I celebrate u stellz
    I pray my blog grows and I am able to bless lives like you've done. I pray I create a community like urs. Thanks stellz for everi. Spontaneous kisses to u. Get well soon from *atchoo*

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  27. I celebrate all women in the world today. Special shout out to widows and single moms, God bless and strengthen you for being double in one. To all women on this blog and to you Stella for taking the lead; you are awesome babes. Happy international women's day to us.

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  28. I celebrate me, my mum and mominlaw and my sisters only

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  29. I celebrate myself
    I celebrate my late Mother and Step-mom
    I celebrate you, Stella
    I celebrate my Sisters @ home and on this Blog.
    Shout out to every woman out there...
    ...It's in You....
    Happy Women's Day!

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  30. I celebrate my lovely mummy and preety sisters

    I also celebrate all the wonderful women I have come to learnt to love and respect on this blog...yori yori and sandy neky...tetrina...bloggie...ideato...eka joy...queen ND boss...em jay...ibukunlowa ND so many more of you...God keep empowering you all for us AMEN

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    1. I celebrate my mum,Stella and all wonderful bvs that have made my stay on this blog worthwhile both past and present bvs.

      Goldscent diamond.
      Exhilarated p.
      Linda Eze.
      Iphie dearie.
      TGW.
      Jayem.
      Chickito the final say(not runs babe).
      Sunshine.
      Pealie.
      Odi.
      Pipi Lee.
      Ezeanwanyi.
      Chizoba.
      Okija wife.
      Lepa shandy.
      Ideato bride.
      Tetrina.
      BLoglord.
      Cookie.
      Mummy hazard(Mamie)
      Iya Ibeji lati Paris
      Iya oshonroga.
      Olami4eva.
      Default smile.
      Stella Asemota.
      LA effizy.
      Miss Gemini.
      Arabella.
      Sharon Aminu
      Yemi7up.
      Mama nnuku
      Eja joy.
      Olori bata.
      Anonymous.
      God bless u all

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    2. Thanks dear. God bless you



      #My case is different

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  31. I celebrate my #mom, the sweetest being I have ever known, myself, my sister, and all my friends who are mums and mums to be. I celebrate our #strength, our uniqueness and our super humane strength. God bless all the #women

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  32. hahahahaha Lolo you too like trouble. hahahaha thank you for celebrating us. I love you too

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  33. Thanks Shakiti...
    Greetings from Mz Gemini.

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