Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Nationality Revealed

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Are you surprised?  I felt the need to share this part of myself with you. The beauty is that regardless of our origins we are still brothers and sisters in Love (Christ).



Are you disapointed that I'm not Nigerian?
  •  My closest friends in recent years are Nigerian and Ghanaian. 
  •  Baby Benjamin's parents are Nigerian, well respected in their "community"/associations, that tells you how close we are to the point were I'll be the God mother to their child. They are my brother and sister. It's not unusual for us to end a conversation with "love you".  Truly "Philadelphia" defines our friendship which was orchastrated by God himself.
  •  I was a member of the African Students Association in Undergrad....I assisted my African friends with starting the organization.  We had lots of fun....great memories and this is where my introduction to "Nigeria" began.  Fun times......    
"One Love...One Heart.....Let's get together and feel alright" Bob Marley

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10 comments:

  1. You're kidding!!! Oh wowieeeee! I would NEVER have imagined.. I always assumed you were Nigerian! (How ignorant of me, lol)... Aww I love that you're not from Nigerian actually - Yeah monnn! hehe
    Nice to know a bit more about you hun xxxx

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  2. YES! I am surprised! ....ehehehe...and yes, we are still one.

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    1. One in the Spirit....Praise God.

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  3. I'm surprised too—it's great to know you better! :)

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    1. Great! A pleasant surprise I hope.

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  4. This is a definitely a total surprise for me.I've always assumed you're Nigerian, not sure why I thought so but now I know :)

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  5. OMG! I had no idea! I seriously thought you were Nigerian or maybe Ghanaian!

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    1. Full Jamaican born and bred..... :-)

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