Toddlers and pre-schoolers are an interesting group of people. Terrible twos, terrific twos, any one that rocks your boat. If you've been in the position to instruct some of these fellows, you may form the opinion that their ears are merely decorative ornaments. If you prohibit an average four year old from going near a … Continue reading “MoNoGaMy Is NoT rEaLiStIc”.
If you have been on Twitter long enough, you most likely know that question and the context it is mostly used in. If you haven't, I shall explain. Mostly, it involves the resurrection of a person's tweet(s) from a certain time in the past, quoted under the person's current tweet, with the question as an … Continue reading “This You?”
I boiled eggs last week. Mundane activity, right? Definitely one that should not be the starting sentence of any blog post anywhere. I apologise. Walk with me though, I have a point, I promise. All my life, I have been taught to boil eggs while watching the clock. That whole wait-for-the-eggs-to-crack method did not fly … Continue reading On Making Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs & Learning Life Lessons.
I have typed possible opening sentences for this post, and deleted them seconds after. Disappointment and self-doubt was beginning to set in, but not today. Not this time. In part, it has been a while since I wrote creatively. I'm a bit rusty, I must admit. What took me a longer time to own up … Continue reading Long Time, No See.
Part of my job involves asking questions and gathering bio data. This same part of my job also revealed an internal acquired bias that I am learning to unlearn. This is a story of personal growth. I remember moments in which I would be questioning a female, and amongst other questions I would ask for … Continue reading TIMELINES.
There is a problem somewhere. Endeavor to obtain a concise medical history from certain-or most- patients in this Nigeria, and I bet you will be thoroughly confused midway through. Most Nigerians can confuse and mislead you in diverse ways. There are quite a few subsets of confusing Nigerian patients, and I'll highlight a few that … Continue reading The Art of Clerking Nigerian Patients.