Damn! Guys, please tell me that a new month is really a new start. Kai, I had the weirdest month ever. Jesus.
March, my birth month.
Where do I ever begin? That month was the weirdest month ever. I cried enough tears to last the whole of 2017.
It had its good parts, but mostly, it was just a very confusing, weird, torturous month for me.
Last night I was chatting with one of my favourite bloggers who blogs anonymously and weighing the pros and cons of blogging anonymously vs with your identity. I told her one of the reasons I regret having my identity in the open is that it doesn't afford me the freedom to blog about what I want anymore.
For instance, if none of you could put a face to the name I would gladly tell you in details how March was for me. But for now, let's just say it's a month I want to never come back.
I think if I were to let you in I'd say, among other things, I kinda, sorta got proposed to in March... And then the proposal kinda, sorta, was retracted.
So I've cried and I've thought and I've reflected...
I also got to the really confusing place where I couldn't exactly figure out if I wanted the proposal simply because, well, 32. Or because I love and genuinely want to spend the rest of my life with this someone.
Anyways, eventually I didn't have to think too hard about it.
But on a brighter note, Hello April!
I can see many of you people have marched away. I don't blame y'all at all o! I slacked big time. Dealing with the demands of business and a weird month, I couldn't do much on Thelma Thinks (thanks to everyone who contributed in March, #FranklySpeaking especially), so I don't blame you guys at all. But biko, March your asses back. Kilode!? You should know by now that I cannot do without you I need youuuuuuuuuu. 😭😭😭
And on that note, I pray that the month of April will be kinder to me and everyone else who had a rough March.
Above all, I'm so thankful to God for the beautiful gift of life, good health, a loving family, my best friend; *Bishop and great blog readers. I'm very grateful for making it through the first three months.
Let's talk about your March. Should it march away or march right back???