Tuesday, 2 July 2013
Salt Makes A Difference in The DIFFERENCE!
The Difference is a weekly Pan-African Newspaper that is in circulation in Lagos now and it just make my heart smile to announce to you that I now have a column in it! I am so excited about this column and I absolutely love the name God gave me for it: Salt Makes a Difference. Do you see how he managed to link my name to the paper's name like that? *bliss, pure bliss* The things that give me pleasure are so simple! God sha! You are just a G. Thank you for blessing me with my mind! I don't take it for granted one bit! To you alone be all the glory!
So how about it? Would you be my guest at the paper version of this cyber 'mental spa'? May I invite you to keep a date with me every week @ the Salt Makes a Difference column? I would be so happy to see you and it will make me even happier cos I know to meet with me you had to have bought a copy of The Difference. Simply ask your vendor for a copy and if he does not have it and you really would like a one, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I am sure he will sort you out.
The Difference is a good, informative read and to prove it when my copy got to me at work this morning, it was immediately snatched up by one of my bosses and I did not get it back till later in the day cos it was being passed round. I promise, they were not reading it because of me cos I did not even tell them I had a column in it. It was just an engaging read and I love the way it seems to have a special place in its heart for books, authors and anything to do with writing.
But hey, you don't have to believe me. How bout you just buy this week's edition and read for yourself. Don't like it? Fine. No worries. Like it? Brilliant, then subscribe and spread the word to your friends and family! Lol!
Anyway, I would like to do two things before I close. No, three. First, I would like to thank Mr. Mammah for the opportunity. It's a big deal for me and I am very grateful. Second, I would like to ask you to please say a prayer for healing and wholeness for my dear Mufasa and her baby. I know they are both well even now in Jesus name. Amen. Third, I would like to also ask you to check out Pastor Bemigho's new book, Life's a Journey. I have not read it yet BUT I know it will be good *smiling*. How come? Because it is Pastor B. Simple.
For now ladies and gentlemen, das all!
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