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Relocating chronicles.

I think I like it, I think I love it. I am still not completely sure. 

I travelled to Lagos, Nigeria for my sisters wedding and decided to stay. It was a selfish decision that required no consultation. Yet I spoke to everyone about it, weighing pros and cons of home and home. #Nigeriaswinning became my signal of the decision I had made. Everyone here believes it's amazing and has all this great potential so I decided to stay and find out. 

My thing has always been, if you meet a man with potential, run far away. What is he still doing with it, if not exploring, expanding and developing his potential??? Why then should I settle for an entire country with "potential"? What have they done with it all this while? Why aren't they developing this potential? 

Anyway I moved back with the mission to explore, expand and develop this potential they all speak about. Also to enjoy my Nigeria to the fullest. 

2016 be good to me!

The White Wedding!

This blogpost took the longest time to compose, not for nothing. I have tried to incorporate not only pictures but the vibe of the wedding. So enjoy!
The white wedding was everything and more... We woke up at the crack of dawn to prepare for the day, 10 bridesmaids and a bride all splattering about to look beautiful for the big day.
The first agenda was the church wedding and then the reception (main boogie). They got married in the picturesque church, Cathedral Church of Christ. It was such a beautiful day filled with joy, laughter dancing, partying, eating, travelling... breathe* it was awesometastic!


Making it official!

First sighting as husband and wife

young and old danced

they had special mother dances, different from the traditional father dance... I loved this.

                                                      Photo Cred- Lumi Morgan

Make-up - Dodos of d'artiste by dodos
1st dress: Mel Orlina Couture 
2nd dress: Tope Frock it Rock it

Video snippet from their dance in