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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Most Memorable Easter.....

There are some things we cannot forget......



My most memorable Easter was my Son's first Easter searching for Easter eggs in the garden and the way he screamed when he found the one his grandma had hidden just for him to find easily.
Lol....His scream brought tears to my eyes and took me down memory lane...I was not brought up in a society where eggs are searched for in that aspect.....LOL


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  1. Hark. Hark. Hark.
    The angels voice is singing.

    Hark. Hark. Hark.
    The angels voice is singing.

    Loud Hosanna... Loud Hosanna
    The Angels Sing!.

    Dear God bless SDK for me... Multiply, increase and Replenish all. Thank you SDK for the HUGE ALERT this morning. O woke up to it.

    Blog fam. How una dey?

    Beloved, Tetrina, Blackberry and Chikito...😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    1. Sugar sugar.... the only sugar in my tea
      she keeps on surprising me !!!

      ....Honeym eshe gan

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    2. SDK na angel na.... She can do good and do more good lol... Happy for you sugar

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  2. Lol.. What is an 'Egg'? Here, na to wack food, get high in the evening and the day is over

    I haven't had any Memorable Easter, it's just a normal day to me where I get to rest, eat and ddddrrrriiinnnnkk

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  3. Lol.. What is an 'Egg'? Here, na to wack food, get high in the evening and the day is over

    I haven't had any Memorable Easter, it's just a normal day to me where I get to rest, eat and ddddrrrriiinnnnkk

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  4. I'm eating my rice very quickly so I can devour the big chicken on it. My mum said don't eat your meat while your plate is still full, only thieves do that. No memories to share ☺

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    1. Lol,you still do that? I wonder why they told us that.
      I don't care if meat is in my food anymore, the meat may even finish before I start eating the food.
      My mum still reminds me whenever I go home, she says it's a bad habit.

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  5. Awwwwwww @sdk
    That's tradition never reach Naija.

    Mine had to be back in FGGC Owerri, They didn't allow us go home during the Easter hols. I cried and cried. I thought I would die.



    Well, I am here.

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    1. I guess it was all unity schools that spent easter in school that year. Food was special that day, we cried and repented during film show on good Friday and resumed with our lives the following week. Long live FGGC Gboko. Pro Unitate Olivia

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    2. Ohhhhhh

      Pro Unitate darling!

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    3. Pro unitate.
      Long live FGGC Abuloma.

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  6. Mine happened when i was in Senior Secondary 2, and yet i had no phone but my frnds and few class mates sneaked in their big phones to school e.g Motorolla, Samsung etc. Ever since, i disturbed dad to buy me phone, cos i tot i was way matured to av a big phone.
    Whenever dad return back home, i thoroughly searched his bag and, if nothing like phone is there, i kept on reminding him, so he kept on promising. I never knew he had a surprise for me. It was on easter, my dad travelled to Ibadan, so we tot he wont be around for easter, so my mum, sisters and i were busy tearing d chicken when we heard a knock, i rushed to open the door, lo and behold, my dad was standing in my front, he said i av easter gift for you, my joy knew no bound. I collected his bad searched for the phone but Nothing was in, my face had changed, he laughed in a Funny manner and said dat he parked his car outside the compound, he gave me the key and instructed me to go take my phone in d car, i was over joy and dashed straight to his car, saw a black Nylon bag and i brought out the pack inside. All i brought out was Nokia touch light dat had one Funny Snake game. I went in and asked if it was d phone, When he said, it was it. Tears dropped out, he tot it was tears of joy. That easter was my most memorable. Thanks to Nokia and Dad, they almost ruined dat day.
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    2. This your Nokia touch story remind me of my first phone. A trium phone. the ring tone and vibration will make me fall of my bedear at midnight. endtime old phones.

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  7. My most memorable Easter, was two years ago. I was on my way home from church, I boarded a bus and was tucked at the extreme left on the back. I was hungry and wasn't comfortable a bit, so I kept grumbling and mumbling words incoherently. I resorted to listen to music to calm my nerves.
    Among the passengers, there was a really cute dude. Luckily he sat beside me I could feel the scrutiny of his eyes at me. It was a really awkward moment, "should I take off the head phone I was putting on?" "Or should I ignore him and look away?" "So, what's your name?" he asked. I paused contemplating if it was the right move to make. "I'm Simi" I finally said. "Simi." he repeated, nodding his head to the sound of my name. I'm Tola by the way!
    He was very funny and kinda shy when talking to me, the last time I met a guy like him was in secondary school. I was really enjoying myself and had forgotten about my initial vex. Simi, I won’t let you be till I have your number and permission to call you”. The act made me smile. I was like “Dude, are you this desperate…” It wasn’t until he got the number that he stopped bothering me. Soon, the phone calls began. I wasn’t totally receptive but I picked up the calls and spoke to him not withstanding, I kept posting him until one day when I randomly decided to meet with him and have dinner. The dinner was like magic, we clicked, chatted all through the evening… went on multiple dates afterwards and soon became inseparable.
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    1. So are you married to him now or about to?



      *Larry was here*

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    2. Inseparable...as in married, engaged?

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ starry onu gi sef eeeerrrrn choi. Why you de ask !πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒ

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  8. I can't remember, but this is the worst, maybe it will be lit later.

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  9. I dont have any memorable Easter growing up. Abeg who cook jollof make I come eat I dey Ikorodu.

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    1. I made fried rice n jollof rice.yw tmoa is easter monday for panic in d church

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  10. Most Memorable Easter is the first one when Jesus paid for my sins with His blood in full. The accuser stands and remains defeated

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  11. My memorable Easter was wen i was 12 years old. I went to church dat day with my siblings and our Sunday school teacher den was preaching about d death of jesus,his resurection,rapture...choi i started crying from church till we got 2 the house and i gave my life 2 Jesus dat day...Mehn dat Easter is d most memorable Easter of my life.

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  12. Most memorable easter was when i spent it with bond. Uhmmmmmmmm let me just close my eyes and enjoy all the memories.
    I thank God for such sweet moments and memories.





    *hangs leg on the wall*

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  13. Happy Easter people.

    Been a minute.

    Ze devil tried it, but he's always been a lai.

    Stellz mami, howdy?

    Howdy, lovelies? Hope everyone is fine.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  14. Every ester is always memorable, as am alive to witness it thank you lord

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  15. Enter your comment...Stella release comments o. I have been refreshing since 1pm

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  16. #No matter what comes your way, shake it off and move forward. When you have a positive mindset, you can't be defeated*

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  17. My trad was on an Easter Saturday (if there's anything like Easter saturday). That I guess is my most memorable Easter. My village was agog with so much events that year.

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  18. My best yet was this morning,first was hiding all d Easter eggs around for my mini to find(copying oyibo culture), She was so excited. Second is waking up as a family after .............
    All I can say is thank you Jesus!!!

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  19. Today mark the last day I ever beat a woman in my life. I had a girl who was supposed stubborn then, poured kerosene in an expensive soup and all that..
    Didn't know she was pregnant on that bad day. One thing led to another, we started argument, not known she was pregnant already. I only pushed her and that was it.
    That singular act led to ectopic pregnancy and it almost cost her her life. Her parents were waiting for her to die and I can be locked up for life, according to their plan but God know it wasn't intentional.
    Hmmnn.. I learnt my lesson in a hard way. Can't even also anybody ever since then, year 1998 to be precise.

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    1. Thank God for curing you of domestic violence. That thing is a disease.

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    2. Lol, pls Oga pushing her is not the cause of the ectopic pregnancy OK. Commonest cause of ectopic pregnancy is poorly treated STD.

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  20. My first easter as a wife which is today. Thank you Jesus. I believe before 2018 easter I will be celebrating as a mum in Jesus name

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    1. Amen. congratulations

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  21. I can't remember any jare...this one is even boring.. Home alone...any bvs in pH that wants to hang out tomorrow?

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  22. My first easter as a wife and as a mother to a very beautiful Eloghene.my best easter so far.praise be to God

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