Wednesday, 20 February 2013


Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, Finally I get to talk about music. I used to love singing as a small girl (still do anyways). I loved it so much that I used to say I would be a singer, then later an actress, a Television Presenter, an anchor. Journalist….e.t.c. I had such wild dreams and it changed year in year out.
My son started singing as young as six months (without words lol) and he still loves singing. His ability to learn songs easily amazes me, he is just two and he knows so many songs, even though he still muddles the words an example is “Lord he bow and yorship you” and “abidiba eh”. I watch him closely and I noticed that he always smiles when he sings.

Friday, 18 January 2013

What is her Name

What is her name?

I want to write about what is in a name. I have heard from so many people the importance of a name and I had to review my own name. I was amazed at the result. My name is Aderonke which literarily means “The Crown has seen someone to pamper”. The name does means something I realized.. I have always been cherished and pampered wherever I find myself. I am the last born of the family and my mum calls me baby or “omo mi” (my child) in Yoruba. The two names are pronounced fondly and whenever I am disturbing my elder ones, they tell my mum to warn her child (Mummy, e so fun omo yin) as if they are not her children too. Im talking too much about myself. Lets go to the book of beginnings
Gen 2:21-23

Monday, 7 January 2013

Let not man...........

I was recently reading something about this scripture (Matt 19:6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.)and I agreed with the writer and I decided to share in that same line. The first point is that It is God that joined us together in marriage. It is not you or your husband that joined you together. If we see marriage as a divine act of God there will be no argument o whether the wedding should be white or red, large or small. The most important thing will be the fact that God is the originator ad his approval is the most important thing, and that the miracle took place the day you exchange vows with him/her, whether in a church hall, a courtroom, or in front of an ocean. So we should agree that God has joined us together and the Bible says they are no longer two but one flesh. Their lives are now intermingled and intertwined in such a way that whatever affects him affects her. His/her headache is your headaches and his/her fruitfulness is your fruitfulness. His/her achievements is your achievement (wished brothers who squash their wife’s gifting will understand this).