Happily Ever After

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Happily Ever After.”

Happily ever after sometimes feels like its too out of reach for most people, even for me. Sometimes its just closer than we think, we just have to have faith and hope we will get there eventually. I for one believe in happily ever afters, and I believe that each and everyone of us deserves to have a taste of it. But I can relate with people who just think happily ever afters are found in fairy tales. Which can be true sometimes, but not all of the time. I have been asked this question “if I think I’m living a happily ever after life?” Truly speaking, the answer at this moment of my life, would be “NO” I’m not living a happily ever after life. But I do want to live a happily ever after life, well because life is too short to not want to live happily. For me to get to that happily ever after, I think I first want to achieve my dreams, well at least I’m achieving one of my dreams by having this blog. I want to fall in-love, travel the world, drive that Mercedes Benz jeep that I always saw in my dreams, I want to see women all around the world seeing themselves as being pretty and owing it. There is a lot of things that I can mention, that will make life be happily ever after.

Happily Ever Afters aren’t fairy tales, there are realities we just have to fight for them and we shall succeed if we set our minds to it.

So what would it take for you to get to your happily ever after?

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2014

What a year it was! Don’t you agree?

2014 is nothing but a number right? Nope 2014 is more than that, it is a number with many different stories behind it. It was a year that many lost their loved ones. I personally think that it was a year of many firsts and seconds if that makes the slightest sense.

It was a year that South Africa’s parliament became a form of entertainment for all people across the country. Many will agree that ever since a particular certain “political organisation” joined the scene, things have became heated in parliament and personally I think this organisation has made parliament more alive in more ways than one.

I just like to take a moment of silence in this very post, to acknowledge and pay respect to all the families that lost their loved ones in the collapsing of the church building in Nigeria. You were and still are deeply in my thoughts and I felt your hurt and I offer you my deepest condolences.

The courts of South Africa were busy bees last year. Two famous people were up for murder charges, one killed his girlfriend and the other one “allegedly” had his wife killed. Truthfully we all shall never know what really led to the two beautiful women to lose their lives, it shall forever remain a mystery to the world. Since I really didn’t watch Oscar’s trail on TV, I bought a book and I’ve been trying to read it but so far I’m still on page 90. If any of you had an interest in the trial but missed it, I suggest you read this book. It quite life changing if I must say.

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Last year we saw so many tragedies; airplane went missing along with its passengers, girls were kidnapped and were never seen again. So much was lost in this year of 2014. Stories of 2014 may be sad but there have a lesson in there somewhere. Hopefully 2015 has so many great things in store for us.

SMILE ALL THE WAY TO YOUR DREAMS