Last week thursday, I made peppered grilled chicken&fried potato with sauce. It was a meal my husband and I thorougly enjoyed for two reasons: 1) It wasn’t a routine meal in our home. 2) It was very delicious 🤤 In Nigeria, due to the epileptic power supply, we never owned a grill, so I had… Continue reading A marriage lesson from cooking (2).
I’m curious to know what assumptions single folks have about marriages while they are still single. For me, I mostly worried about “culture shocks” in marriage. How different would my life be? Would marriage seem like such a big deal as people say? What would living with another human from a totally different background be… Continue reading 5 Major adjustments every newly wed must make!
In the past couple of years, I have seen firsthand what makes marriage very different from courtship. How the spark that makes courtship fun and exciting, can fizzle out as years go by in marriage. One difference that stands out to me is what I’d like to call the “feeling-action cycle”. In courtship, all your… Continue reading How to keep the spark in your marriage.
It was just a regular Saturday night in the Omoghene household. Hubs was in bed about to get a much needed rest. I walked into the room tired as usual but still putting things in place. He was on his phone and I quietly whispered “I like how you…”, before I could finish the statement,… Continue reading I like how you…