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He knows my every thought

My dad recently told my mum that I start things but don’t finish them. At first I disagreed but after thinking about my life, I realised he might be partially correct. I wrote this post on Sunday the 30th of March, tried putting it up the next day at school using the blogger app on my phone. It didn’t work but it took me a while to realise this as i didn't follow up. Anyways the koko of the matter is that it should have been put up since so now I have a backlog of posts. I’m trying to stop making excuses because excuses never helped nobody.

So I had a pretty good sunday but the best part for me was at church. Every last Sunday my youth church holds an atmosphere for worship service.  Today's own was on point, as usual, I don't think you can ever go wrong with worship. To me hymns>worship>praise (my preference). At a point during the service I was really craving a hymn ‘All hail the power of Jesus name’ to be precise.  Literally 2 minutes after I started singing it in my mind the minister followed suit.
I was amazed and extremely happy, it was a little reminder from God that he hears my every thought, he knows everything, that’s why he is called Omniscient. So there's no need to worry about the challenges I'm going through because he knows what is going on. 

My events weren't bad, I charged my camera battery overnight so I'll be able to capture my day's activities. I was going through some pictures on the way to church and silly ol’ me forgot to turn off the camera. So I got to the car after church and find out my battery is dead, lesson learnt sha, I'll be more careful next time.

I went for the shopping event first, got given a goody bag as I was one of the first 100 people to get there Yayy me. I only bought one thing, a gold Egyptian like necklace (N2,500) as I knew I was going to spend money at the make up fair. It was at freedom park in Lagos Island and I love that place, it brings back good memories.

 One of my primary reasons for attending the fair was the makeup classes by Bimpe Onakoya. It was advertised that it’ll be free but at the venue I found out you had to buy at least 5k worth of Maybelline products to get entry into the masterclass. You also had to go to another area of the hall to find your colour shade, this took a little while as there were many people on the queue. My shade is caramel,I got the powder (N2,000), Kolossal Kajal (N850 each, I got 2) and the Kolossal Mascara(N1,200).
I got in at the end of the colour theory talk and then we all had to step out and queue up for the next class which was about highlighting and contouring. I left towards the end of the class as my friend Foladele, who blogs here was acting in the play, 'That Scoundrel Suberu'.

It was advertised that it’ll start at 4 o’ clock but it started 20 minutes late which isn’t too bad considering the fact that the last one I attended started over an hour late. First of all the play was free which is pretty amazing yet all the actors got paid. The audience was encouraged to donate whatever they wanted to at the end towards the live theatre on sunday cause. It was about 90 mins long, dragged on a little bit, not that some scenes were unnecessary but they could have been shortened. My favourite actors were Njoku with his 2 front teeth gone and Suberu. They’ve got another play titled Belong coming up with some of my fave actors in it, Dolapo Oni and OC Ukeje. Sadly I’ll be out of the country but if you are around do try and attend it.

Oh yeah, cutest thing, got given a scarf at Church for mother's day.

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