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My fancy life

09 March 2015, 14:44

I have never been one to fall in love with those 24 hour makeover shows. Can you improve a room in 24 hours? why of course you can. However rooms take time, or at least for me they do. Most of my friends know I am a happy crier. Yes I cry at romantic comedies and I am a blubbering idiot at happy occasions. To me feeling that happiness that only comes from that moment when you know you are walking down your yellow brick road in a way that feels just right. I want that feeling in my home.

For me that is feeling connected to my surroundings. No matter if your home is a studio apt or a 6 bedroom colonial revival, the thing that makes it feel like yours is what you look at and a memory comes rushing into your head. It's like getting a hug from your little spot in the world. (OK, if the walls hugged you that would be a creepy scary movie, but you know what I mean) just to like put a smiles on the face of my next generation that is my grand childrens .I trust d believe of my honourable brother ,who always scheduled a free live senses to my next generation is been myself so as to have a proved quotation of our beloved father (Alhaji inuwa gombe) that "don't border about anything in this life until you can afford it".despite so, He told me to put into my lifements that "to be free is not merely to cast off one's chain but a way to respect a normal and humble peaceful life."for these i fancy life and remained thankful to my creator for the breath .may HE remote me to the success

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