“Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came.” (From the sitcom, Cheers.)
We want to be known and recognized; we want a place where we belong. However, we should endeavor to make that place a community that radiates good vibes adds value and is positive. (Click here for Buy Naija Haul Video)
Paid a visit to D’Luxx as suggested by a friend of mine a few weeks ago to try out their delicacies. We ordered different starters and mains and were not let down one bit.
In general, I’d give the place a 9 out of 10. Reason for the -1 was because out mains were served while we were still half way gone with the starters. Worthy to note that the goat 🐐 suya my friend had was the tastiest I’ve ever had in London. I kept 💭 ing about it days and days after. *sigh*. Hope you enjoy looking at the photos below..
My favorite season is here 🍂 !!!! What’s not to love about autumn? Photos look better, it’s way easier to be edgy and then all that layering. This season as with others, there are trends to be expected and I’m going to be talking about the ones I’m looking forward to rocking. My mate @mayreejay and I will be doing a series of posts on both our blogs, this is the first of the series.
Do you ever take a moment to pray but feel like you stumble out of the gate? Do you have trouble finding the words when it comes time to bow your head? Remember, the One who hears your prayers is your Daddy. You don’t need to wow him with eloquence.
Jesus downplayed the importance of words in prayers. We tend to do the opposite. The more words the better. The better words the better. We focus on the appropriate prayer language, the latest prayer trend, the holiest prayer terminology. Against this emphasis on syllables and rituals, Jesus says, “Don’t ramble like heathens who . . . talk a lot” (Matt. 6:7 God’s Word).