So this random acts of kidness started on Sunday and i am totally proud of mysql. Lol. I am not yelling I am awesome yet. Its day four and i am trying to remember what i gave out, and its a bit challenging. I mean what i gave out with conscious effort, not the basic politeness. Maybe i should take pictures, but then they say don’t let your right hand know what your left hand is doing. I am going to post anyway, maybe it will motivate someone that reads into doing the same.
My 100 days of random giving started out on sunday 17 August.
Sunday – N4k to a domectiv violence survivor on SDK’s blog. I read her story and i realized how extremely lucky i am to have the husband i have. A man who sees my happiness as his responsibility even when he married me at my lowest financial point in my adult life. put simply some days i don’t have N10,000.00 in my account when there were times i had over $100,000.00. There is a season for everything. Maybe i will discuss my rise and fall thanks to the stock markets and other economic downturn one day.
monday – I bought a lego gift from the lego store for one of my nephews for his 8 birthday. He was loving it. I know i wasn’t supposed to give to family, but i don’t think i can give to outsiders without loving the home first.
Tuesday – i bought a phone for my mom’s house help. Its a techno small dual sim phone. according to the seller “aunty it can browse”. So maybe little homie (he is about 15) will be chilling on Facebook when he isn’t working. lol.
Wednesday – My darling husband’s birthday is on friday. i Have begged and cajoled him as to what to buy him for his birthday and he keeps announcing that we are broke so not to buy him anything. I ordered a pair of shoes for his boat feet ( i still don’t understand how a man that is 5ft 9 inches tall has size 13 US feet). i don’t get. Anyways i went to moshalashi in lagos island today to help my mom decide on her asoebi for my traditional wedding, and i got this lightbulb to buy my hubby slippers. He needs new black ones badly. I bought some for N2,500.00 from manilas sha. Lagos is like is mine – sometimes you find really lovely things for good prices.
As for TMS, things are a bit stalled right now, waiting for CAC to give me my documents and still trying to fundraise for the school. Its ironic how i have been shouting i have no money right. I sat down and calculated how much i have spent on the school and i dare to say i could have bought a tear rubber toyota corolla at a minimum latest edition self. And i am still looking for more money to buy outdoor swings etc. Its true as they say that when you love what it is you are doing or intending to do, it doesn’t seem like work. My primary worry is securing a location and i know God has me sorted.
I saw ticket prices to travel to New York in October from Lagos (economy), evil spirits don’t want me to go oh. lol. I just need to go for the fitting for my wedding dress. The longer i stare at the expenses for the wedding, the more i keep asking myself if we need a wedding since we have done the registry over a month ago now and we already live together. God help us.