Miniature Gratitude, Massive Obligation

By Oluwatoyin Adeleye Psst! Attention! Okay, no need to be dramatic. I would just like to draw your attention to one thing. This will be brief, don’t worry. Have you ever been in a situation where you prayed for something so hard, because you needed it, and you were certain you may not get it,…

My pain, my process; the journey of my life

By Temitope Omogbolagun Receiving the invite from Moyinoluwa, I wondered what exactly I would write my gratitude on from the numerous things happening in my life. Right before my eyes, my life has continued to amaze me, in fact, I am dazed at the dawning of each day about the wonders that ooze out of…

Miniature Gratitude: The Ridiculed Height

By Oluwatosin Oke Beauty, some say, is in the eye of the beholder. Beauty comes in many form but mostly unrefined, unrecognised and often unappreciated. So is my beautiful self and the astute peculiarities God blessed me with. I grew up in a society where average is the norm; your skin colour, your facial makeup,…

Miniature Gratitude: Growth

By Adedayo Onabade I remember the days of no cares, and how all that mattered was to play and bask in the joy of childhood. The sand we cooked during our “Mummy and Daddy” drama using old, rusty Milo tins, pretending to eat afterwards was all we knew. We didn’t really eat them though, we…

“Sunny day at the beach”

Moyinoluwa Okunloye I am thankful for everything. Today, I look back and I remember all the mountains that I have climbed, the valleys where I have fallen and I discovered that they all got me to where I am. I am thankful to the STORYTELLER who keeps on adding more twists to the plot of…