Good Will

I am moderately graceful..or so I like to tell myself. Not so much when it comes to crossing roads in big cities.

Anyone who has seen me cross the road in town must think im possessed!
I grew up in a sheltered environment where everything was pretty much in close proximity and therefore no one really needed to use a vehicle(there werent that many either) to get anywhere. we call it call it the village in layman's language.

Boarding in high school didn't really help my road-crossing skills and campus didn't do much either since I preferred on-campus accomodation(where, again, everything was in close proximity.)
To nip the bud, I am mildly agyrophobic.

Everyday, we all have to cross some kind of road. How well(successfully) we cross it, I figure, is a function of how important the activity is or what we stand to gain from it. Indeed, "Actions spring out of what we fundamentally desire".

Today, was 1 of those days for me. I had to cross roads, literally and figuratively.
Here's what I figured(when it comes to the latter), we do not necessarily have to be part of that web spurn to gain from every activity we do(unless its work related..do NOT do *&%%$ for free in the office..lol.)
Sometimes, you have to go/do pro bono, out of a good heart, just like God willed it expecting little or nothing in return.

ION,  check this site out. Has it been helpful. in your job search? Let me know here:)

My pictures of the day..,
ps..sorry for the blurr(in advance)
Reader:  3pics? Jus 3? This gal is playn us!!
Me: the blur on the others was unacceptable:)



Pinstripe blazer: Gift but u can find similar  here
Neckpiece: Ksh 1200 here (worldwide deliveries)
Skirt: self-made by yours truly:)
Vest: Ksh 350(no idea:0)



KAZINI DAILY: Good Will

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Good Will

I am moderately graceful..or so I like to tell myself. Not so much when it comes to crossing roads in big cities.

Anyone who has seen me cross the road in town must think im possessed!
I grew up in a sheltered environment where everything was pretty much in close proximity and therefore no one really needed to use a vehicle(there werent that many either) to get anywhere. we call it call it the village in layman's language.

Boarding in high school didn't really help my road-crossing skills and campus didn't do much either since I preferred on-campus accomodation(where, again, everything was in close proximity.)
To nip the bud, I am mildly agyrophobic.

Everyday, we all have to cross some kind of road. How well(successfully) we cross it, I figure, is a function of how important the activity is or what we stand to gain from it. Indeed, "Actions spring out of what we fundamentally desire".

Today, was 1 of those days for me. I had to cross roads, literally and figuratively.
Here's what I figured(when it comes to the latter), we do not necessarily have to be part of that web spurn to gain from every activity we do(unless its work related..do NOT do *&%%$ for free in the office..lol.)
Sometimes, you have to go/do pro bono, out of a good heart, just like God willed it expecting little or nothing in return.

ION,  check this site out. Has it been helpful. in your job search? Let me know here:)

My pictures of the day..,
ps..sorry for the blurr(in advance)
Reader:  3pics? Jus 3? This gal is playn us!!
Me: the blur on the others was unacceptable:)



Pinstripe blazer: Gift but u can find similar  here
Neckpiece: Ksh 1200 here (worldwide deliveries)
Skirt: self-made by yours truly:)
Vest: Ksh 350(no idea:0)



8 Comments:

At 22 November 2012 at 12:12 , Blogger Babatunde Omotoye said...

Great work Woman. I'd really like to be around when the transformation finally takes place from school girl to career woman.

 
At 22 November 2012 at 20:14 , Blogger Kazini#WorkIt! said...

Lol..its in progress my dear tunde. I don try oo:) Been a while since u posted..is someone distracting you:) *wink wink*

 
At 23 November 2012 at 15:03 , Blogger Inez said...

Lol. I get what you mean by being mildly agyrophobic. I dare say I am too. Lovely look. Heart your necklace.

 
At 23 November 2012 at 18:21 , Blogger Kazini#WorkIt! said...

Yes Inez..totally:)
I almost died trying to cross to 'Shoprite' in Surulere. Naija drivers..:o
Abt the necklace..can org. delivery to Lagos;) *wink*
Ps..now ff u;)

 
At 23 November 2012 at 18:36 , Blogger SOPHIA WANJA said...

about crossing roads,<1 meter, i can be a witness about the certain (read satan)possession in a court of law,,and the skirt,we were to have matching ones!!i love the neckpiece, and i want it delivered,at price ya nyumbani :)

 
At 23 November 2012 at 22:42 , Blogger Kazini#WorkIt! said...

lol..maaama Denja, wife dear:)
We shall discus tht in the village square as I tk measurements:) Thanks dear!

 
At 28 November 2012 at 23:45 , Blogger Gakz said...

Agyrophobic,,,i like,,,u luk lovely,,,the blog is a classic

 
At 29 November 2012 at 11:26 , Blogger Kazini Daily said...

Thanks Gakz:) Yes, I subscribe to tht phobia..lol:)

 

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