Friday, October 23, 2015


Good Day People!
Long time no hear!
Life has been really busy and I have tried to put myself into a lot of things at the same time in order to be able to finish them during a timeline i have kinda mapped out for myself. I am succeeding in this by the grace of God. He has been faithful.

I will get back to typing and talking as time goes on now. I will like to go in small write ups just to not make this a daunting task to write.

Have a great week ahead and God bless you all.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Marriage, my take.

These are my opinions, just my thoughts... enjoy.

It is very interesting to me and i know every one is entitled to their side of the story and stuff, but a lot of people in this generation have missed the fact and the focus of that God ordained institution, it was made for recreation and procreation with the person you deem is your best candidate for that position.

God has given us His rules of what we should look for in a candidate and He will never change them. He has also given us free will to make the final decision, so my advice to people is forget the name marriage and focus on filling the position with the right person following your interpretation of the rules given in the bible.

The rule most of us have heard is " Do not be unequally Yoked".

New International Version: Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? 2 Corinthians 6:14.

To me, what this simply means is: do not be in a relationship (any form) with someone that does not share the same view point and same ideologies with you because it would not lead to advancement on the part of the person that is perceived to be ahead. with saying that, it is very possible for couples who are non-Christians to have a GREAT and excellent marriage, and same thing with Christians also, as long as the marriage is based on what they deem right. if you find someone that shares your views, thoughts and goals, you can have an excellent marriage.

The second rule that I hold on to is: Love conquers all.

This is something, when kept behind your mind would allow you be able to over look small issues, press on and know that giving up not an option as long as you have a core and a goal. People go into marriage thinking there is always a way out, but if you think deep and follow God's recommendation that marriage has only one way out, which is death, then people will not base their marriage decision right after they have the first round of sex.

sex is a very deep thing and it clouds our judgement when it comes into play with making sound decisions, if you want to make the most appropriate decision in filling the position of your significant other, avoid sex and sexual immoralities, you would be surprised how u would base your decision on the things you deem important to you for now and the future.

Your decision period does not have to be long, (because i know body is not firewood), if you feel you have made your decision in 3 months and want to get married, pray and go for it, it is a myth that you have to wait 2 years to get married because you don't really know who you are getting married to, just always remember love conquers all.

I know of a man that proposed to his wife now, 2 months after knowing her and they have been married for over 10 years with 2 kids and they still complement and praise each other like they have been dating for 6 months. They both have the same goal in life and so far it is going great!

The devil is conquering the world with sex filled shows and adverts, don't be a statistic, overcome him.

Marriage is not for everyone, but if you think it is something for you and you would like to get into it, read ( hopefully more factual and evidence based articles than this one), ask questions from people who have been there done that and pray sincerely without bias.

May God help us all!

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Prodigal son!

Good Day guys!
Happy new year X hope everyone is doing great. It has been a long time I have been on here to post anything at all. I have been through alot  ups, downs. love, hurt, happiness and some not so great memories but i choose to always hold on to the stronger and happy memories, because those are the ones that count, the rest her just lessons to enhance the good ones. God has been graceful to me, I have not been the best i can be but He has been GREAT to me, this i know.

I have started my career as an Occupational therapist. It has been great, thank God. Working is always fulfilling when you see people get better with the education and training you give to them. I love my CAREER!! i thank God for His wisdom daily and every second. I am eternally grateful. Thank you LORD!
The only thing I don't like about the job is the paperwork aspect of the job, with the new healthcare reform law it is becoming more and more strenuous to keep up with providing adequate healthcare services to the patient and complete the necessary paperwork in time without cutting into your private time. That is a topic for another day and post.

Anyways, Life has been great thank God. I am an uncle to the most beautiful girl under 10 years old, she is growing up so fast and I love her SO MUCH, My sister, who just turned 12 is the most beautiful girl I know in the next decade, she is so becoming a woman so fast that i struggle to keep up and then my sister who is married is Totally out of this world and is the most all round person i know in the next decade, I know my brother in law married a great woman. I am never jealous but I am convinced that he is the luckiest man on earth right now, well until i get married then he would have to move to NO., no hard feelings.

I miss blogging, i miss expressing myself, i will try my best to come back to be diligent and continue, it might not be long posts but I will make efforts to be on here.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Ramblings of numb thumbs

Hello all,

I just felt like i need to put something up here so that my blog does not go into idle again! This is going to serve as my therapy session for the past month or so!! dont get me wrong I don see a shrink or anything, i just like to vent once in a while.

So why do you D choose never to clean up where we call our abode, you just choose to ignore it or do you feel it is ur right??

I have so many things on my mind and i still get back and have to deal with that mess,that gbish is not cool, I over look it because of God's word. God is Love and I dont want to make the same mistake twice in my life. God help me.

So why do you Kay, never want to hear anything that is against your thought process, You take it in at that moment and bring it up later as a form of defense mechanism against someone that wants the best for you?? I guess as you have learnt from your past mistakes you will continue to learn by mistakes unless you reconfigure yourself to be open minded and ask God to give you discerning spirit to know what to follow and what not to follow? God gave us two ears and one mouth for obvious reasons. nuff said.

So I wish we had a better relationship while we were on our way to this stage in our various lives but i guess that is something we have to learn to acknowledge and live with for the rest of our lives. Now I wonder if what she has bin telling me is the truth or maybe she i just a liar. I wish you the best and I hope you have a great life ahead. God knows i tried my best.

I know God was trying to teach me something by making me not pass that test, 18 points away and now i have to look for half of 100 dozens to take it again.

What life is all about! one advice I have for you that is reading this is that you should set your mind to having a FOREVER MIND. details in my next post. Peace.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Life as I know it!!

Life as i know it:
I have not been on here for a minute, I have just being very occupied with comepleting my Master's program, Preparing and going through with my sister's wedding and also preparing and taking my NBCOT Occupational therapy board examination. It has been a long 2 months and some weeks I must say.
The end of my School program was a success and I must give all glory to Almighty God for the wisdom, knowledge and understanding he gave me through the two years I was in grad school for, thank you Lord.

My sister's wedding was also a great one, God made it successful, It was not an extravagant wedding but it was Successful. People came from all over the world had fun, the couple had fun, everything went as planned, people were there very late!! If not that what else constitutes a successfull ceremony?? It was great!! I miss her alot tho *sobs*

After the wedding, I started preparing for my board exam, I started getting nervous when i Was not getting very high on my practice exam annd then i talked to some of my class mates and they said they did not all pass the practice exams but they passed the Board itself, that relieved me a little but did not take off the stress. But with prayers and supplications I was not too stressed out towards the end of the prep period and during the exam. I thank God for his wisdom and grace.

Now to the next step, looking for a job, I pray God grants me the job that will not take me away from serving him. Amen.
What is up with other people, hope life is treating Y'all great!!

Talk to you all later.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

9th least stressful job in the U. S. A

A Basic Overview
Occupational therapy (OT) is the 9th least stressful job in the U. S. A. According to a recent “U.S. News and World Report.” Occupational therapists work with disabled people to help them be more independent in daily life. Disabilities can be due to stroke or other medical condition, as well as congenital.
Patience and superior interpersonal skills are essential qualities of an occupational therapist. Many times clients will balk at doing therapy exercises at home (or even during therapy). They may become frustrated and angry that recovery is not coming as fast as they had hoped. This is where the OT must listen to and encourage the patient along the road to recovery.
Necessary Education
To work as an OT, an individual must have completed an accredited master’s program including a minimum of 24 hours of field work. After coursework is completed, the national licensing exam must be taken by all OTs wanting to practice. Successfully passing the exam gives the OT the right to add “Occupational Therapist Registered” or OTR after his or her name and signals to future employers and patients that the occupational therapist understands and is able to apply knowledge to the people requiring therapy.
Bachelor’s degrees are usually held in the sciences, liberal arts or social sciences, such as anthropology or psychology. Master’s degree classes include behavioral science, physical and life science, along with learning the application of the skills being learned.
At the present moment, there are no too many occupational therapy programs at the master’s level and even fewer at the doctoral level. The Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) has approved just 150 masters and combined bachelor/master’s degree programs and only four doctoral programs…
The top OT programs in the United States, according to “US News and World Report” are, from one to five: Boston College – Sargent, Washington University – St. Louis, USC University of Illinois – Chicago, Tufts – Boston, University of Kansas Medical Center.
Predicted Job Growth 2008-2018
Ranked in the top 50 best careers of 2010 by “U.S. News and World Report, ” occupational therapy as a field is projected to grow much faster than average.
A significant increase in job growth, 26%, is projected between 2008-2018. Just 105,000 OTs were working in 2008. In 2018, 131,300 OTs are expected to be working.
Average Earnings
The predominant location for occupational therapists to work is in hospitals. Other settings include schools, home health care services, self-employed in private practice, nursing homes and mental health/addiction facilities.
The median salary in 2008 for an OT was $67,780 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Top paid OTs made over $98,000 and the most poorly paid OTs made less than $42,000 a year.
Home health care services pays therapists well with a median salary of $74,510 every year. Nursing homes pay OTs less well at $72,790. School districts pay occupational therapist even less at $60,020 a year. In the future the occupational therapy jobs will be most abundant and will likely pay the best are jobs working with the elderly.
With the ever-increasing focus on health and medicine, occupational therapy jobs and travel nurse jobs are available around the world for qualified professionals.

entire post from here

As for me i do support the article all the way, I have not regretted my career choice for one day, and the fact thatt i can change settings and populations i work with when i want is totally awesome. Hope you guys are having a great week.