Therefore I'd like to let you know that the perfect date would be a trip to Barnes and Noble. Even if you don't have the money to spend, just let me goan (Nigerian way of saying "go and") smell the books only.
In a few years, a potential Mr better-half may be reading this post. Or you may already be reading this serf. *blushing* Therefore I'd like to let you know that the perfect date would be a trip to Barnes and Noble. Even if you don't have the money to spend, just let me goan (Nigerian way of saying "go and") smell the books only. Yep, who doesn't like the smell of a new book? And if they can let us spend our date sitting down in one of the aisles and reading that book you cannot afford yet... I tell you, your "bae" ratings would go through the roof!
Then if we have stimulating and interesting discussions on the content of these books, ahhhhhhh...I love you too. *blushing* If you want to buy me a gift, don't worry about surprises. In fact, no need for special gifts. (Your ratings would drastically reduce sha, if you have the money for special gifts and you refuse to buy it. And I mean it). Just ask me to give you a list of books, and find your square root on Amazon.
And don't make me wait five days because I dislike the anticipation. Therefore, you better have amazon prime in your life. Don't worry, I'll be praying for you so the Lord will give you plenty money you can use to buy expensive books for your darling.
(I just got these actually, and if you are interested in borrowing or exchanging, HMU! Also I bought 3 copies of "how good is good enough", it seems like an interesting book. I'm willing to give you one if you want.
I have been Facebooking a lot these days. And mainly my posts have been about sharing who I am with the hundreds that I connect with through Facebook. This post also fulfils that prophecy in that its a testament to one of the things I love doing the most - Books! Especially Christian ones. The knowledge that comes from them? That's life man, shaping me into who the Father has created me to be. If you're not yet a reader, what are you waiting for?)
- Shoola Ifeoluwa