Relationships, Social Media

50 Wonderful People: Eseosa

On the last day of 2017, I tweeted:

In 2018 I want to meet 50 wonderful people I’ve been following here in real life, to hug and chat about our

God has been gracious, 2018 is looking fabulous, and I met my first Twitter friend for the year: @thisiseseosa!

We’ve been following each other on Twitter for YEARS now, and I’m glad we finally got to meet.

She came over to my house with her lovely son and we hugged, made noise, and chatted about our favourite things while our sons played together.

Eseosa’s Favourite Things

Favourite Food: Yam and owo

Favourite Colour: Black

Favourite Beverage: Malta Guinness

Favourite Snack: Chicken sandwich

Favourite Singer: Whitney Houston

Favourite Actor: Nicholas Cage

Favourite Actress: Angelina Jolie

Favourite Movie: Sound of Music

Favourite TV Show: Game of Thrones

Favourite Travel Destination: Paris

Favourite Writer (Fiction): Robert Ludlum

Favourite Pastime/ Hobby: Blogging

Favourite exercise: Dancing

Favourite Quote: I could not at any age be content to take my place at the fireside and simply look on; life was meant to be lived. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Favourite Books: The Bible, An Enemy Called Average ~ John Mason

Favourite Songs: Step by Step ~ Whitney Houston, Onise Iyanu ~ Nathaniel Bassey, He’s Able ~ Voices of Unity ft Darwin Hobbs

 

Amazing woman of strength!

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Is Your Toddler Too Young To Read?

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