• Online Dating,  Single Life

    Finding Love Online 4

    Just after I had spent money to register for this Online dating, my week became extremely busy. It’s typical really, you commit money to something and you immediately lose interest in it or find reasons not to use it.  When I finally did get online, I tried to respond to everyone who had contacted me. Not that I was particularly interested in some of them but just because I know how disappointing it could be to reach out and be ignored. It was my aim to be a blessing and to make things as nice enough for those who have been brave enough to wave…., however my resolve was sorely…

  • Online Dating,  Single Life

    Finding Love Online 3

    For those who missed the first two articles, you can check the  previous articles.  “Finding Love Online “is about my experience in the search for love online.Yes ,you read right. Online. Why do people think it is wrong to find love online especially as the whole world is becoming a global village. I have been in Church pre Y2K  and post  Y2K and  now ,post Pandemic and although I have heard several questions asked in Church or Christian gatherings, I am yet to hear one on if it is ok to buy things online. If we can buy things online including food, clothes, houses or even find a professional online,why…

  • Love,  Online Dating

    Finding Love Online 2

    Well like I said last time, this online thing appears to be the way forward and I am happy to say I got a date with that nice chap and was looking forward to it. Alleluyah I  did not sow in vain . However the date with the bloke didn’t happen as he turned up about half an hour late to the Southbank Centre. He did e-mail to say he was going to be late but half an hour, really? This lady had to leg it, especially as I really did have somewhere else to be later that day. And like how all good things finish just when you start…

  • Love,  Online Dating

    Finding love online

    Hi everyone ,the Pandemic has come &gone &it showed us many ways to do things differently.For a long time, people have been talking about Online dating but while we were all locked up , online dating got into another level.There was movie night with your date ,even drinks and having a date online.I did do some online dating and did some journaling at that time.I just believe that the lessons I learnt will be of use to someone out there. Everytime I write,it will be under the theme “Finding Love Online ”,so enjoy the read”. It was not like I planned to join this time (I have in the past…

  • Attitude,  Church,  Relationship skills

    The Hearing Ear

    I love the church.  I love being a part of a church family.  Life in church can be as dramatic as any biological family, but the added undertone of ‘we are all in Christ’ makes us come together in such a unique way… sometimes.  As young children growing up in a home, beginning a statement with “Daddy said…” or “Mummy says…” can usually get you your hearts’ desire.  In the church, phrases like “God said I should let you know…”, “I sense the Spirit saying…”, or “God told me…” are very potent and can make or break situations.  I have nothing against these phrases and I have used them on…

  • Attitude,  Church,  Relationship skills

    Church Drama 3

    I do not think it is possible to attend a church and not have encountered a drama generated as a result of food. In short, even when we read the story about the beginnings of the church, the first thing that caused trouble was food and its distribution. Growing up, I went to a church who took food seriously and any time we did anything, there was always food. This was especially pronounced on harvest Sundays /All manner of food was present in abundance and even to take home. The good thing about the church I attended before my first decade ended was that my mum was the “mother of…

  • By Gracilis,  Church,  Relationship skills

    Church Drama 2

    So today I was wondering which of the stories I should recount I think the best way is to continue chronologically so here we go Growing up in a local assembly church meant growing up in a church family where everyone knew your family.it also meant you knew other people and church family was really part of our lives then .What could be dangerous sometimes is befriending some people who happened to know everyone with their secrets. I remember going to church for all night prayers at about 9pm and having to sleep on the benches (before we bought white plastic chairs) as we waited for 12 midnight to start…

  • Little Ones Teaching (LOT)Series

    Real help

    My daughters were having a mini quarrel. You know that type where you are joking but somehow you are serious 😁. And my older daughter says to her sister “i will just beat you”. Immediately my younger son says indignantly “how will you beat her when her brother is here to protect her?”. My younger daughter turns around and says”who?”. Her twin brother says “me, of course” 😂😂😂. She just looked at him and said “mscheewwwww,. You this smallie that need somebody to protect you”. 🤦🤦🤦😂😂😂😂. The young lady was dimensioning her risk. Today’s reflection is simple. Stop replying on people to help you. That person also needs help. Let…

  • Attitude,  By Gracilis,  Church

    Church Drama

    I looked at the topic for this month and thought o my word, I could write a tribology on this. To be honest, I have been in church all my life, I have grown up in church, in short, I was born in church. I was born in the church maternity right on the church premises, with a lot of prayers. Every time the church doors opened, I was there and I helped to close the doors on some occasions. And as the years have passed, I have seen drama upon drama. But it is just typical because the church is made up of people like you and me. Imperfect…

  • Attitude,  Friendship

    A Friend in Deed

    I know that in the past weeks, we have been looking at “Frenemies” and while I have had my share of them also, I would like us to end on the note of true friendship. And this is because I have been blessed with more friends than frenemies. I’ve often pondered on the meaning of this saying “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.  There’s something about it that seems incomplete, thus giving room for a variety of interpretations.  I had to carry out a little research and sure enough, there is more than one meaning to this saying.  The first school of thought (which I tend to subscribe…

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