Friday, 14 August 2015

Where is My Own Birthday Cake?

It’s about 10:30pm here in Lagos and I am just booting my Lapi for the 1st time today. My day was hectic, just like it was for the greater part of the week, I can only say thank God for weekends. As I usually do, I go through my favourite blogs from notifications I receive for the day and I get excited tonight; Bolatito Fashina Apatira, popularly know as BMF is a year older today...

Bolatito Fashina Apatira poses with her birthday cake... See shakara o! lol. 
I hate the fact that I am just realising this because I love to look forward to birthday’s cakes. Anyways I have missed BMF’s birthday cake already. I would have reached out to her to ask for my portion of her cake, but I have this strong feeling that she would put me on a long thing, and I am not ready for that. Lol! Hope the cake is as sweet as I am imagining.
The week has been birthday-ful as other weeks shaa, just that I have some one or two persons I respect celebrate this week. The first is eldest brother. It was his birthday on Tuesday and I must confess, I ate one of the best birthday cakes I have ever had. It’s a cake with a lot of strawberry around it. I don’t know if the maker put those berries of decoration or for munching. Even before I took a selfie with the cake, some of the berries were already missing - it wasn’t me. *Tongue out* The taste was so good, I must add.
This Cake... Ooo this cake!
Today my mentor and chaplain back then in school is also a day older - Rev. Fr. Anthony P.C. Njoku. I called to hear his voice and wish him a happy birthday and it brought back good memories of my University days. That man is really one of a kind, Duru can confirm this.
Fr. A.P.C. Njoku and I on one of those birthday's back in school
Tosin Oriyomi, a very good friend of mine, also celebrated within the week. She said I have forgotten her, but I know what she means. Don't ask me...lol.
To all ya celebrating this week and the rest of the month, I wish ya’ll many happy returns, long life and prosperity. Hip… hip…… hip……… Hurray!
Now, where is my own birthday cake?
Cheers!

14 comments:

  1. Your cake is right with you.... Lol







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    1. Abi... a cake at hand is worth hundreds elsewhere. You are so smart Glo, I have always known it... lol.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Father Njoku long time, Hugo the humble son of God.

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    1. Hugo the humble son of God indeed.

      It's good to have you here Agatha... thanks to Father Njoku...lol

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  3. When you didn't give us our share of your own birthday cake nko?

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    1. ...and I am being accused, like I don't deserve any other persons cake. There is God o!

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  4. You missed the cake for not been around...Wait for her next birthday.

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    1. I don't have much of a choice, do I?

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  5. AWOOF dey run belle *Tongue out*
    Have a blessed and stressless week Ugo

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    1. Lol... Thanks Nkem and I wish you the same.

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  6. Hahahaha...
    I love the cake you took a selfie with! I can almost taste it even though I stay away from strawberries *the ones in Nigeria are usually sour* but I'm sure the cake must have tasted very good. Did you get a cake from your mentor? I'm sure you will if you haven't gotten already so don't worry, your cake is on the way...

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    1. The cake tasted real good, I must say. My mentor and I are in two different geographical areas... I only got cake from the one whose taste you can only imagine. *SmileS*

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  7. Thanks Ugo for this feature. Don't worry bro, I kept your cake in the fridge. I promise to give you anytime we meet.
    Funniest I don't like cake, am I the only one who doesn't like cake?

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    1. Anytime we meet? Na wa o...
      But why don't you like cakes naa? I am still supprised o.

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