Anyway, sad but so true, my Alma mater has fallen on hard times and is in dire need of help to get it back to the glorious state we all remembered it being when we were there. In a heart beat, I replied 'Senior' Ikwo and told her it would be an honour to do so. So, for the love of my dear QC, I have pledged 10% of all my 2013 book sales towards this laudable cause and I am just so grateful to God for this opportunity to give back. There is no doubt in my mind that QC played a huge role in shaping me into the woman I am today. I started keeping a journal in QC and that habit that paved the way to what I do today: blogging and publishing books about my daily musings. Who knew? Not me! Plus, some of my tightest, longest lasting friendships are with girls I met in my Form 1. Women like Ibiye Osio, Bunmi Oluwole and Funkeyi Akintayo. These three women have been constant fixtures in my life through all the milestones typical of a woman's life and I give God all the glory for their lives and our connection. A connection that started in QC.
Pass On The Torch!