Monday, June 30, 2008

As 2008 Marches On

Tomorrow (almost today now) is July 1st. Where did the first half of the year fly to? Well, hopefully for most of us, it was a good start to the year.

For me, it was a year of changes and new beginnings. I left my old job to set-up an NGO. So far, so good. It's been an amazing journey so far and I pray for better times ahead. It's like I've heard said; if you take a leap of faith, somehow the road rises up to meet you. LOL! Well, it better, otherwise that would not be a pretty sight at all.


Frances Uku said...

comon sharrap jare, you know you're going to be a smasher.

Anonymous said...

The same thought crossed my mind early this morning. Time, indeed, waits for no one. Congratulations on the milestones you have achieved in the first half of the year. I have every confidence that you will exceed your expectations in the second half. Hang in there girl.

The Activist said...
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The Activist said...

Yes Ore you are right. Time flies quickly these days.

I am happy that you took a leap of faith setting up your organisation. You will be a "SMASHER" (borrowing UKU's word) in no time

Ore said...

These votes of confidence are awesome. :-) Thanks, peeps!

Anonymous said...

This girl sef, you no dey fear, job no dey anywhere, you come leaf the one wey chukwu give you come begin follow ngo. Me i sabi count ago, if the kudi come plenty small, abeg sister call me make i come count am for you, ask my bother Ejiofor, na only one time wey im money loss wen i dey count for am, we come pray say God no go let us see that kind ting again o! he fire me after.
I like you sha, your money go correct, i promise.


Anonymous said...


see if you fit see my sister for this place, somebody talk say e be like say she they there. Abeg aunty


Felistah said...

It is great having u around.
Hey!the oil and Gas industry!!!!!what happened?
This a great Job,educating and training us to use blog for our advocacy wor.
Karibu Kenya.Luvly work

Ore said...

Thank you Felistah. It's been fun teaching you all, but you need to take me around Nairobi.