Wow… my blog mother just reminded me that today makes it exactly 12 days to Christmas as she share that popular hymn we all love: Twelve Days of Christmas. I am supper excited because I am just coming to terms with the fact that Christmas is already around the corner and more especially because no sooner than you know it, Santa Claus will be in town, so you better watch out. (*SmileS*)
I had supper fun this time last year touring the country – from Lagos to Akwa-Ibom to Owerri and eventually to Abuja. One thing I enjoyed about the whole movement was that I attended Christmas Carol in all these cities. The Akwa-Ibom Christmas carol was the biggest, where a Guinness world record was set for the largest number of Christmas carol singer in the world. The choristers numbers 25,272… Amazing I must say. You can imagine what the arena felt like at the stadium when all the choristers lifted up their voice in one accord to sing hymns like Joy to The World, The First Noel, O Come All Ye Faithful… I will leave that for you to imagine.
Oow this year, a lot has changed. If not for the announcement made in church today about the Carol that would take place today, I wouldn’t have had plenty hopes of being part of Christmas Carol of 2015. I love the Christmas song; I love the Joy that comes with the season.
I love the fact that it’s so sure that I will eat lots of Chicken and possible some party rice as much as I want… heheheee. Most importantly that Christ came to us – the significance means so much to me. Will tell you about that later.
I must go now, before I go late to the carol. Hope you attend at least one Christmas carol this season… I am sure you will not be disappointed.Cheers!
I haven't been to a carol in a while! Maybe next year...ReplyDelete
Santa claus is coming to town? Sounds interesting.
Mami, Santa is coming already and you don't sound prepared, why naaa?Delete
My carol starts this week ;-)ReplyDelete
Great! Sounds like a marathon carol.Delete
Hmmm mouth watering already...All I can see and feel about this post is the partying, meriment and the chicken things bros.ReplyDelete
Bro, all join ooo...lols, even though there are things that are more important than the merriment part that you have only decided to see in this post o. *SmileS*Delete
See me just imagining the carol at Akwa Ibom as I was reading through. I was looking forward to attending this year's carol at my church but I missed coz I had to travel. Its all good, there's always next year, God willing. Christmas is so near already. Enjoy the carol.ReplyDelete
May God give you many many more years to be part of many Christmas carols as possible. The Akwa Ibom carol last year was wow... I even hear they are having another one this year again.Delete
Ugo, it's a blessing to be able to travel as you did last Christmas and spend such joyous times. Hopefully you will be able to do the same across the the whole of Naija one day after peace and security have been restored to the land.ReplyDelete
My present engagements kinda restricts my movement this season, if not, I would have been to Akwa Ibom at least.Delete
We continue to pray for peace in our country, even as we hope for the best.
MERRY CHRISTMAS IN ADVANCE.ReplyDelete
Same to you dearDelete
ours is nextweek sunday. You are invitedReplyDelete
On the first day of xmas my blogboo sent to me...ETISALAT AIRTIME...hehehehe sing it well oooo.
Thanks for the airtime dear. God bless you
God bless you too dear...Delete
Now I am wondering what your blogboo will send to you on the 2nd, 3rd... of Christmas. Lol.
Ugo, so you're already salivating for lots of chicken and party rice? Anyway, it's allowed, afterall, that's part of what the season is meant for. E'ku enjoyment.ReplyDelete
Heheheee... Just trying to keep it real.Delete
I'm just not a fan of carols...*covers faceReplyDelete
Nma, you don't haee to be a fan of carols naa... Christmas carols comes but ones in a year and Akwa Ibom does it right this season. You are still there baa?Delete
Wow you have got a nice blog here.ReplyDelete
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Thanks Honest Boy... I see you are honest in your submission.Delete
Never been to any carol.. Not a fan of it.ReplyDelete
I am just beginning to realise that you need to be a fan of something to be part of it... hmmmm. Seems weird sha. But try and attend one, especially in a place where you are sure of the quality of the choir. You won't regret it.Delete
We had our carol yesterday too. Awesome service, the decoration, the lightening, was beautifulReplyDelete
Those elements you just mentioned adds to the excitement of it all.Delete
I missed one on Saturday and I don't think I've another planned for the year.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Ugo and this is me sending Santa with love to you.
Santa bringing love to me? Hmm... Nice, but I need more... you know naa!Delete
So you missed Carol, eya... I should have invited you to mine o.
Compliments of the Season.
Please someone should inform me of any carols around o, not attended any in awhile.ReplyDelete
But Chinco Bee invited us already above for a Carol in her Church... There is this special feeling Christmas carol brings this season... Mbok, don't miss it.Delete
Ugo you and party rice ehen lolz. Compliments of the season. Is it in place if ask you how was the carol? Mine is coming up on the 23rd you all in Benin are invited.ReplyDelete
Party rice is just but the bomb. Yeaa... the carol was great like that as it has actiateed my moood kinda for the season. Yours is on the 23rd? Nice, buh I don't Uju and Ada can make it to Benin for the carol.Delete
Woooo! 25,000+ choristers. Damn!!!!!ReplyDelete
Lols... you can say that again.Delete