Thursday, 16 July 2009

To cheer me up

I'm going through a turbulent period in my life, pertaining especially to my relationhip with my professional regulatory body. I woke up this morning needing to be cheered up, but since I live alone, I could think of nothing other to do than to look at these images. They have a way of strengthening me from the inside, just knowing that this man whom I adore exists somewhere on this planet...hehehe, no, I'm not crazy.


Mama Shujaa said...

No. You are not crazy. We all need inspiration from time to time and when you gaze at images such as these, that are purely the embodiment of Yes! there is a giant inside me! you can move on with a smile.

Siku njema (good day)

Mama Shujaa

Anengiyefa said...

Hi Mama Shujaa, haba, there is no way to express in the written word the profound effect that your soothing words have had on me. I feel really blessed to have you as a friend. Thank you so much as I feel that much lighter now having read your comment. Have a great day too.

Naijadude said...

Mos def nothing wrong with you! A friend that has all this images all over his bedroom makes me say atleast there's something to cheer u up!

Cheer up and feel better buddy!!



Tamaku said...

The pictures do more than cheer! Hope you had a great day.

Anengiyefa said...

Hi ND,

Thanks. The day turned out to be so busy, I didn't even get a chance to dwell on the issue that was getting me down.

Hi Tamaku,

The minute I arrived in the office, I sent off a stinker in the post and felt better for it too. However, the real relief came after I read the comments you guys left for me. Thanks a lot and hope you too had a great day. :-)

Rox said...

Hon I know am late but I'm glad you have good friends here to take care of you. I said a small prayer for you, it shall be well. Now where's that lovely smile of yours? xoxo

Anengiyefa said...

Hi Rox, isn't it amazing how just knowing that you have good friends can uplift your spirit? I feel so blessed.

CodLiverOil said...

Anengiyefa, you are stronger than you think. As long as you draw positive energy, and not surround yourself by nay-sayers, you will triumph. I would like to say that the triumph may not be in the form we expect or want, but it will be there.

About the photos.
All mankind is handsome, each individual has their own beauty. I like the first shot most, very crisp and he has a nice colour.

The wrinkle/ mark (furrow)on his forehead, gives him a Southern Sudanese appearance. Although I'm aware Mr Hounsou is from the Republic of Benin.

Anonymous said...

Brings back memories of the Janet Jackson video 'Love will never do without YOU'.
Cheer up and gorge at those fantastic images!!!

Anengiyefa said...

Hi CodLiverOil, thanks for the encouragement. I'm grateful.

Hello Anonymous, I loved that video too. Thanks for your words, they are appreciated.