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I Have Everything I Need...

It was one of those portions of the Bible we were forced to memorize, back then I thought it was a pain in my neck, today I'm grateful for it. There's something so reassuring about those words; "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want/I lack nothing/I have everything I need". Very reassuring indeed. 

Good morning TTB readers, I'm thankful for this new day and I'm thankful for you amazing people. I just thought to wish you a beautiful day ahead. 

Meanwhile any size 11 want this pair of shoes below? If you do then leave your email address with your comment, I'll pick randomly but if I choose you then you're going to have to give me proof that your feet are size 11, this is because the last giveaway I did for size 12 shoes, it turned out that the person that wanted them was a size 8 and just wanted to sell them. That's unfair, I could sell them as well and keep the money, I need money too. 


  1. Good morning, Thelma. Have a wonderful day too.

    Your blog is helping me keep my sanity at the moment. Thanks for being there for us.

  2. Omo see fine shoes! But unfortunately, I'm not a woman.
    #sad much

    Good AM guys and hv a wonderful day ahead.

  3. Good morning T,hope u had a good night rest?I wear size 42 which I know is a size 11,I love the shoes @eesah u could go for surgery just for the

    1. I forgot to include I want want

  4. Psalm 23 is just refreshing,have a great day ,nice shoes sadly not my size

  5. If it's size 11 US then I definitely want.

  6. Psalm 23 is so strong and powerful that when I feel down at night and can't sleep,i recite it and pass out afterwards.

  7. Oh My Gosh, I want the shoes. I'm size 11(?) Thelma!!!!!
    My email is
    Nobody should follow me and drag for dis shoe oh! Cos its my turn to shine. The lord is truly my shephard, I can't want when I have Thelma(?)

    1. I feel you bro. You deserve the shoes. Aba boys can do wonders with as little as #500 when you take them for modifications.

  8. The Lord z ma shepherd. Nice shoe unfortunataly, am not a size 11.

  9. Wow someone got something for free and tried to sell it? Na wa. And some people wonder why their progress is limited.
    Thelma don't let such people put you off giving.

    A lot of bible verses tell us the type of lives we should lead, but I think many of us are too busy over thinking things.

    1. It actually depends on how we look at these things. Yes, it doesn't seem nice to the giver, but most times the receivers don't put much emotional value to the gesture. Nearly all of us are guilty of this.

      Take, for instance, I give you 20k, you'll proly remember that make-up kit your colleague gushed about a month ago and rush to get it for yourself. The question is: why didn't you get it then, over a month ago? It's not like you didn't have the money, or spending the money then would pinch you. But this is "free" 20k, and going carefree with it is allowed. Something similar happened to Thelma when she went out alone on Christmas night after using a makeup kit she admitted was meant for "commercial purpose, but was just too good". That kit was a gift, was it meant for commercial purpose? Answer: it's hers, she's free to do whatever she pleases with it, just like the person who got the size 12 shoes.

      The bane of contention here should be whether the receiver showed adequate gratitude. That alone is enough. Whatever he/she does with it should hardly concern anyone.

    2. Mbanu memphis I disagree. Receiving a money gift is diff from a shoe gift knowing fully well the shoe wasn't your size the person still vied for it no now, this is wrong on all levels

    3. @phransea, what's the guarantee that a size 11 winner won't sell her gift the next hour?

    4. She specifically asked for blog readers with shoe size 12. The person reduced the chances of other size 12 blog readers from getting the shoe. Now that is unfair. This was not a specific gift, it was offered to a lot of people with the intention of giving it out to a blog reader that would wear it. That was implied. J

    5. In short it's a fraud. She vied for that shoe as a size 12 when she was actually a size 8. J

    6. @J, again I ask: what's the guarantee that a size 11 winner won't sell her gift the next hour?

    7. Well there is a possibility that a size 12 may wear the shoe. There is 0 possibility that a size 8 will wear a size 12 shoe. It's all about been honest, if she said she was a size 8 do you think T would have given her the shoes? J

  10. Someone actually did that? Na wah o.
    I so want T!

    1. Me that iv gone to look for you on facebook... hehe!


    2. LMAO! Kabuoy!!!!! U're a a naughty somebody walahi!

    3. I love you too!!!!! Lmao! **kisses**
      And yeah... I get that a lot! lol!


  11. Lols some people have no chill mehn. This reminds me of one joke I saw " even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I begin dey wonder wetin carry me go there"

  12. I don't get, why is it such a big deal if the person who won decides to sell??? They did win it legitimately right? So they can do whatever they choose to do with it.

  13. I for one don't bother myself much about whatever one chooses to do with whatever gift I give out so long due gratitude/appreciation is shown.

    Dear Thelma,it's so unfortunate I am not a size 11.


  14. I want the shoes T, I became a size 11 after my baby girl came.

  15. I want the shoes T, I became a size 11 after my baby girl came.

  16. I want the shoes!!!!! Unfortunately I'm a size 5 *rme*
    Psalm 23 is very special! It's a simple but powerful prayer

  17. Thelma!!!!! This Ojoro is too much o! Is too much o! What apn to small sizes nah? Is noh fia o! We that we have "kenkele" feet... ko buru!

    Kabuoy!!!!!! (heheheheee)

  18. Naija pple & acting smart.selling what u get here is just wrong after deriving others of getting same from Thelma's free will.
    Little prayers we see as the usual go a long way,our faith makes it work for us I believe


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