To My Future Husband


Lately, I have noticed many guys writing to their future wives and some girls even writing to their future husbands. I was inspired by some of these letters and decided to write my own. This is from the bottom of my heart to whoever my future husband may be.

Dear Future Husband,

I think I’m old enough to start writing this now. First thing’s first, I want you to know how much I love you. I love you with everything within me. I love you to the moon, stars and beyond. You’re my sunshine, my moonlight, my summer, my winter, my autumn and my spring. You’re not a mistake. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that. God brought you to earth for a reason and I’m pretty sure it’s an amazing one.

I don’t know if you’re dark or fair, huge or lanky, Continue reading


Letter to you, woman!



Hey beautiful,

Yes, you. Are you shocked because no one calls you beautiful without wanting something else from you? Are you surprised that I see the beauty in you that no one seems to see? Are you surprised that your beauty is worth mentioning?

You are beautiful, but not for the reason society thinks; you are beautiful because you are strong.

Strong? You ask me. Continue reading



Hey Segun, Tobi, Shina, and Tiwa; I don’t know if you guys have noticed that the first letter of our names either starts with ‘S’ or ‘T’? Quite a coincidence right? The eerie part is when you guys realize that right after S comes T in the English alphabet.

Meeting you guys wasn’t a coincidence, we blended well like tomatoes and pepper (You all know who the pepper are right?). You guys are the best people that have joined my life in the past ten years. Well, except my girlfriend because she isn’t a people (Winks). Continue reading

Letter To Basketball

Sunset chaser

Dear Basketball,

You came into the life of a young six year old who was confused and lost. I am forever grateful for all the things we’ve been through together. I love you dear basketball.

Not many people understand this love and that’s because they don’t know the experiences you and I have gone through. All thanks to you, I lost a good amount of body fat and I’m gradually building muscle. My balance, coordination, concentration, self-discipline and will to succeed in whatever I put my mind to have been greater than before. I have improved on my endurance to the point where I believe I don’t need to carry around my inhaler 24/7. Continue reading