Events, Poetry, style

Trunkwell Mansion House, Reading

[Side Note: Picture heavy post] In my previous post, (click here if you missed it), I shared a high school friend’s traditional Nigerian wedding with you all. This post is about her white wedding held at Trunkwell Mansion House in Reading as the title of this post suggests. Having been to well over 20 weddings… Continue reading Trunkwell Mansion House, Reading

Life Lessons, style

Wake-Up Call

Last week I went to a traditional Nigerian wedding with some high school friends (the bride also went to our high school). Nigerian weddings…actually Nigerian events in general, are very vibrant and lively affairs, as evidenced in a previous post of mine (read here) and this one was no different. Typically at Nigerian weddings, the… Continue reading Wake-Up Call

Stories, style

6 Word Story: Caution

So I'm feeling in a really minimalist mood at the moment hence the sparse nature of this post/story. I'm being very economical with my words: spoken and written and also with my time. The photos below were taken in front of my parents house in Nigeria, aka The White House (for obvious reasons), back in… Continue reading 6 Word Story: Caution

Poetry, style

Who Needs the Blues…

...when you have Valentine's reds! February is supposedly the month of love thus, in the lead up to Valentine's Day, people either get worked up trying to make plans or about not having any! *queue melancholic violin music* I listen to heated conversations and read impassioned arguments on social media and blogs arguing for and… Continue reading Who Needs the Blues…

Poetry, style

Hearts and Stars

Welcome to my first post. Although I prefer plain colours and simple, elegant tailoring, I am a fan of polka dots, hearts and stars. This love tends to present itself in my pyjamas and occasionally t-shirts. Nothing beats being curled up and comfortably dressed when writing a journal entry. Do you love shapes / patterns… Continue reading Hearts and Stars