WHAT IS YOUR LAGOS STORY? II (TRUSTING MY PROCESS)

I shut down my computer at exactly 2:28am, which leaves me just two hours of my cherished sleep. Since the saying that ‘no sleep till I’m rich,’ short nights have become a thing in my Lagos story. These short nights do not permit me the luxury of dreaming; the only thing in my sub-conscious is the hustle I will continue when the day breaks.

 

I woke up, prayed, bathed and made for the day. It was a rain threatening day that I ignored without regrets. I saw the sky changed from grey to a very dark hue, I was still bent on making the appointment for that day. The downpour manifested its bounty by the time I got into the keke napep.

 

 

 

 

Events did not allow me to regret such move because I had a goal for that day. The rain did not promise to slow down neither did I alter my determination. That was sure not my first time of getting drenched to panties.

 

If you know how it looks like when it rains in Ajah/Lekki area of Lagos, you would run to me with a bowl of hot chicken soup and blanket. I returned home dry like nothing happened, I thought to myself that it can only get better while I trust the process….

 

Take it from here and share your story with me too.

 

 

If you have not read the first episode of this series, get in HERE.

Check these links for some prior stories in my BLOG SERIES, you are going to like them.

IRONY OF FACES

IRONY OF FACES II

THE WIRED

THE WIRED II

 

 

 

 

Love Always!

Sa’eedah

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