Monday, 24 August 2015
Friday, 21 August 2015
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Breath of fresh air! Makeup by @rtmbeautyandmakeupstudio.
Happy Sunday everyone. Super hot bridesmaids in @aprilbykunbi.
So cute! Abdul and Sa'adah captured by @maigaskiya.
Hi lovely people, happy weekend! Thank you for the honest feedback. I've read your comments about my long absence and lack of activity on ASH, and I feel disappointed that I have not been able to maintain my productivity on this site.
I have been challenged with working on other projects, and it has afforded me with hardly no time to really focus on ASH.
Please forgive me, as I have no plans to stop African Sweetheart. This is something I love doing. I am working on coming back bigger and better. I appreciate your support till date and for the future. Tank you for always encouraging me and please always feel free to drop your thoughts on every area.
Sunday, 16 August 2015
The one flesh concept, sometimes gets lost in most marriages. We complain and look for what’s not working, which prevents our marriages from blossoming. It’s so easy to become complacent and do just enough to get by. The reality is, that isn’t enough. If we desire the best out of our marriage, we have to give it our personal best.
It will require effort and knowing the areas needing the most attention. Providing our marriage with an opportunity at joy and longevity will require that we remove our selfishness and eliminate other behaviors that are damaging to our relationship. Marriage success won’t arrive by chance. You’ll have to take some very specific actions while avoiding those that don’t serve your union.
Here are 5 ways you may be blocking your marriage blessings and not even realize it.
By being stubborn
Thinking it’s your way or no way simply doesn’t work in a partnership. There are two of you for a reason. We must be willing to listen and be open to suggestion and correction if we want a union that reflects love and commitment.
Thursday, 6 August 2015
Monday, 3 August 2015
Wednesday, 29 July 2015
Have you ever wondered what happens to your body after you drink a can of your favourite fizzy drink?
A new infographic compiled by The Renegade Pharmacist, has revealed the reaction you go through for an hour after consuming, from the first sip, right through to 60 minutes after finishing.
The adorable birthday girl Milred Chinagorom is one today and Uche releases some pictures from a very 'delicious' photo-shoot, captioning the image:
"I Wash My Hands In Innocence and Go Around Your Altar, O' LORD, proclaiming thanksgiving Aloud,and telling all your Wondrous Deeds.
You continue to ignore His signs. That is, until you get that “Can You Hear Me Now?” moment.
Years ago, I was working a job that required me to work weekends. So this meant that I couldn’t attend weekly services on Sunday. I prayed on the situation. I asked God to make a way for me to attend services on Sunday. Shortly after, I had a talk with my boss and explained to him my dilemma.
He explained that because I was a supervisor he needed someone on the weekends, but if I was willing to step down from my position, he would offer me a position which would allow me to have weekends off. Problem was… I couldn’t afford to take a pay cut (or so I thought). After long thought and consideration, I declined the position. Now it was officially time to start my job hunt. Not long after, I received another job offer which offered weekends off.
Disabled pensioner Alan Barnes is selling the home he bought with donations after he was brutally mugged and plans to move to the Shetland Islands saying he has had a calling from God.
The 67-year-old from Gateshead, who is just 4ft 6in tall and is visually impaired, moved into his new £150,000 home three months ago after well wishers raised £330,000.
He had been left with a broken collar bone after being attacked by drug addict Richard Gatiss while putting the bins out at his old home in the Low Fell area of the town.