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My Easter Holiday

Just when every soul is filled with Holiday spirit, mine is filled with work spirit. - When I work the most is when you are on holiday and when I'm on holiday or when I work less is when you work the most.

Well, if you work in the entertainment industry, you'll dig.

So how did my Easter turn out?

     - Good Friday kicked off with Media rounds with and Aramide and the evening was all about #OneNightOnly With Runtown. Ol'boy, the show was massive. if you missed it, oh well, I don't get why you did. Going forward, Good Friday and early Saturday morning (3:00 AM) when the show ended, was work, work, work for me. So let's say I had a lazy Saturday - I slept and woke twice :D. - At 4:00 PM, I went on to do my radio thing and headed home after being ticked off by a colleague.

        That's me on my phone as always.

     - Sunday, where else do you spend your easter holiday than with your family. So I spent my Easter Sunday with my Uncle and Aunt. - Loads of chocolates and Drinks. (All in the easter spirit.).

Fast Forward to Sunday -----

     - Where was I on Easter Monday? with My Sisters, Nephews, Niece, Cousin and my grand-aunt who came visiting from Abeokuta. The Good part about Monday was that I had a proper home cooked meal - Not like I don't make good food, but there's just something about home-home cooked meals - So I had one of the best-made beans porridge for dinner and that's how my Easter holiday ended.

It's Tuesday, easter is over, and I'm trying to fit into the little stuff i have to do. - I'll be fine by Friday :D


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