Welcome to another month, week and day. Hope we all had a splendid weekend? It’s exciting that we are done with the first quarter of the year, wasn’t it yesterday we were all excited about 2017.
Anyways we gotta do all we can while we can because time indeed waits for no one. Today I’ll be doing a life lately post in a stock taking format. You can check out similar posts here, here and here. This should have been a Tales from the Town post but there’s not much going on hence this.
Without further ado, here goes:
Currently I Am;
Wearing : my NYSC khaki a lot because POP (Passing out parade) loading, Hence tons of activities that involve wearing this tiring uniform. I’m glad its about to be over.
Craving: Fried rice. This might sound weird as I’m starting to get tired of rice yet I miss having fried rice with all those healthy veggies inside. Can’t wait to be home so I can satisfy my cravings.
Listening : to a lot of Jon Bellion’s music lately. I suppose it’s because he totally speaks to my soul and he doesn’t have a bad song. I’ve listened to 3 mix-tapes and 1 album so I can tell. You should totally check him out and thank me later.
Watching: The Big Bang Theory. Yes! I have a thing for comedy series, in case you didn’t get the memo, so when a friend recommended this I decided to check it out and it’s been fair enough. The geeky-nerdy theme isn’t my thing yet the comedy is almost A1 so it’s fine by me. By the way am I the only one who’s tempted to murder the character of Sheldon Cooper? If you know you know.
Excited: about my sister’s online thrift store. I’m super proud of her too, though she’s younger than I am she’s an inspiration at times. Please check out her store here and while you’re at it cop’ a thing or two.
Obsessed: with hats (especially my raffia hats) because they are my thing now and these cute white sunnies I won from a giveaway a while ago. I think I should give it a rest soon or maybe nah.
Anticipating : my POP which comes up this week. As much as I’m excited about this, I’m somewhat skeptical about life after service. The job hunting, the whole 9 – 5 life when you finally land a job, the whole Lagos wahala on its own. I juss kent deal. I believe God’s got me though so I’m going to stress less.
Grateful: to Jehovah God for seeing me through my service year. Twelve months alone and away from home is not a small something yet so many lessons learnt and experiences gained.
It’s a wrap guys, there’s not much going on with me. I’m just rounding up this phase of my life and planning the next.
Let’s not forget to do all we can while we can because,
… time waits for no one.
I’d also love to hear from you guys so please leave me a comment.
Till next time,