I still remember how it all began, the fist time I saw her. Thinking about how it all happened puts a smile on my face. Who knew that we would be here today?
Certainly not me. It was on December 2004 at Ogidi town in Anambra state that we met. I had just gotten into the university and had returned to the East to attend my uncle's traditional marriage. While the ceremony was going on, I noticed 4 ladies
To find out what was the secret to a long and happy marriage, Boggs and his friend, Jason Miller, traveled 12,000 miles around the U.S. to talk to what they call the “Marriage Masters,” couples who have been married 40 years or more. In their new book, “Project Everlasting,” Boggs and Miller share advice from the happy couples. TODAYshow.com asked the two bachelors to tell us what are the top seven secrets to a successful marriage. Here they are:
1. “Divorce? Never. Murder? Often!”
Entering matrimony with the mindset that “divorce is not an option” is vital for the long-term success of marriage
Hashtags are everywhere these days – on twitter accounts, on news feeds, weddings, events, car commercials, TV soap opera’s and music shows. When designed well, hashtags can increase your online following and help pin down what makes your event unique. However, I’ve seen brides and even event managers choose the wrong hashtag for a wedding. It doesn’t take a lot of time to pick the perfect hashtag for your wedding but keep in mind that there’s no registration procedure for creating a wedding hashtag.
Kente cloth, known as nwentom in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan ethnic group of South Ghana. We love to see Traditional Ghanaian brides looking flawless in their unique Kente designs.
1. The best choice u can make is the choice of who to marry. (we have a similar vision of what marriage should be)
2. We decided almost 17 years ago we will MAKE it WORK (we both come from broken homes)
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MBGN (Most Beautiful Girl Nigeria) Tourism 2013 Powede Lawrence.
"All through my teenage years, I struggled with insecurities, I wasn't growing as fast as my peers, when every other girl in class was a C cup I was nothing close to an A cup, I was literally a "tom boy" cos I felt I didn't have feminine features.