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Your Younger Self

Purple Fiction on D.V

Hello readers,

 My friend and I decided to have lunch outside today .....when we got there the place was quit calm and peaceful ,
we happened to be the first customer and so we sat down while we waited for the menu,  Not too long the waitress came up to us to ask what we wanted.   Manners in children

Waitress: Good afternoon , what will you be having ?

Me: hmmm....I will have Mix Noddles

My friend: the same thing she is having (with a smile)

Me:how long will it take please?

Waitress: 5 minutes tops (she smiled)

Me:okay ,please hurry am really hungry

(My friend tapped me on my hands and laughed)

My friend:calm down ,she already said 5mins tops ...chill  Less human


My friend: less I forget, how far have you gone on your blog, I visited and I find it interesting

ME:really? Thanks, its just something I do to spend quality time on, instead of Gossiping  ( we both laughed )
Anyway it's been interesting too for me because I never thought I could do it , I pray and hope to be very frequent on …


Fresh Strawberry Butter

Preparation Time
5 mins

Total Time
5 mins

A simple recipe for fresh strawberry butter. 
This sweet flavored butter is light and fluffy and is perfect for all kinds of quick bread, sweet rolls or croissants. 
Only 3 ingredients and 5 minutes is all it takes to make it!

Course: Condiment
Servings: 1 Small Jar (¾ Cup)
Calories: 80 kcal

8-10 Fresh Strawberries, at room temperature (100g)
4 tbsp Powdered Sugar
1 stick Unsalted Butter, at room temperature (110g)


In a bowl, beat the butter with sugar until creamy.
Cut the strawberries into tiny pieces and add them into the bowl. Mix them for a minute or two or until the strawberries have colored the butter pink.

Recipe Notes

Powdered sugar (US) = Icing sugar (UK).
The butter cannot be substituted with margarine or any other butter substitutes.

Store sealed in a jar in your fridge.
Let it come to room temp…

Popular Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji has confirmed she’s pregnant and is 5 months gone.The Banana Island based blogger

Popular Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji has confirmed she’s pregnant and is 5 months gone. 
The Banana Island based blogger shared the big news on her blog on Sunday afternoon. 
The man she’s pregnant for remains unknown but Linda is said to be engaged.
Read her story....

2018 started with me finding out I was pregnant. 
When I missed my period and my friend and I did a home pregnancy test and it read positive, my friend began to cry with happiness but I was just there staring at the stick like, you’re not messing with me, are you?  Law student reality

 This is real and not a joke on me, right? I refused to believe it and asked my friend to drive me to a lab for another test. 
And there it was confirmed, I was pregnant. 
Me, Linda, I am going to have my own child. Please don’t wake me up from this lovely
So many women have had children, so what’s the big deal, huh? Lol. We

ll, you see me, I’m somewhat of a dif…

The Gist on Domestic Violence Episode 2


He didn’t come to my house again after that – I think he was scared about my parents calling the police. 
But for a while he kept turning up after school, and would come up to me and either shout at me, or plead with me. Adventure story

 I’d told a few school friends, and they were really good about it actually. 
It was such a relief to tell people, I felt so much stronger. 
My friends helped me by looking out for me to see if he was waiting for me, and they stood around if he tried to talk to me. 
They hung around until he left. to do list click

Sometimes I felt really guilty or sorry for him when he was hanging around, but then I just thought about how stressed he’d made me feel, how he had tried to manipulate me and dominate my life, and I felt angry at him.
 Feeling angry helped me keep away from him.

After a few weeks he sort of gave up on trying to get at me. I think he knew he couldn’t get to me as much since I told my friends and my parents, and he knows I’m pr…

The Gist on Domestic Violence Episode1

The Gist on Domestic Violence

Hello friends, so the other day I tried to explain briefly what DV is all about, and today am going to be telling you about the recent cases I have been dealing on.
Domestic violence is not just a problem of the lower and middle classes. It is very prevalent even among prominent people. The television series, Big Little Lies, covers the cycle of violence in a way that everyone can understand and highlights the role that a supportive and compassionate counsellor plays in helping victims of domestic violence.
The signs of domestic violence (DV) are not always obvious and a lot of women don’t report that they’re being abused. Even the woman’s own family is not always supportive at such times, because of the shame and guilt that surrounds such issues. Another concern that women face is how to prove domestic violence.
“Domestic violence is a burden on numerous sectors of the social system and quietly, yet dramatically, affects the development of a nation……