Skip to main content

Welcome Reader,

Woaw! I am so happy to start this blog and share my thoughts with you. I hope that with time I’ll be able to touch your hearts with my articles and stories. I have always thought of how to reach out to the world with writing and then this blog idea came up. #Sighing# people have different ways of passing across wonderful messages to the world; some through movies, others through politics etc. but for me, It’s going to be right here. I just feel so happy_I feel like am flying on a sunny day with the blue skies_They are above me. To me, this blog has given me wings and You are like the sky_ the blue skies. Special thanks to God, my mum, my sister(dubem), Mr. Balami and You reading this_ y’all made the dream of a once 13 year old girl who sat alone one recess period and wanted to share her thoughts with the world come through in your different ways. I love you all. Voom, let’s make this happen.
Grace Okogwu.
Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

I'm a Buffer Girl pour l'Amour

I’ve always known true love exists; always and convincingly known. 

20 REASONS TO JOIN AIESEC

If you have been curious about improving your leadership skills or joining the best student extra curriculum organisation eveer! then you're in luck because AIESEC is interested in YOU. Quickly go through these reasons to join AIESEC today.1. Go on a work abroad experience, develop your leadership skills.2.Network and meet new people in your university, around Nigeria and in 110 countries we are present in.3. Be a part of a network of ambitious and talented AIESEC leaders around the world and utilize this network for the rest of your life.4. Get the opportunity to travel to different places through the various conferences within and outside Nigeria.5. Find a suitable Mentor who can guide you through your career decisions and many life experiences.6. Cultivate a global mindset and develop entrepreneurial outlook in a flexible and customizable work environment.7. Increase awareness on things outside your text book through practical international experience and on the job learning.8.…

need balance

there's some beauty in darkness:
something interesting about
the way the air would heavily light
an irony of perfect juxtaposition. there's some beauty in ugly:
something intriguing about the
huge grotesque scars that
seem to never want to go away. there's some beauty in evil:
un peu de la purité in
the heart of a condemned man,
an innocence buried beneath a blanket of
bottled up emotions. these little beauties we
choose to neglect
aren't they the very things that
make living bearable? who would be good without the existence
of evil?
who would be beautiful without ugliness?
or what story could ever be told without scars? need beauty and ugliness,
need scars and healing oils,
need good and evil,
need all the balance to remain
steady and sane in this
crazy crazy world. need balance:
then imbalance to
balance the human equation
now and again.