Sunday, March 21, 2010


10th Grade
As I sat there in English class, I stared at the girl next 2 me. She was my so-called "best friend"
I stared at her long, silky hair. I wished she were mine, but she didn't notice me like that & I knew it.
After class she walked up 2me & asked me for the notes she had missed the day before, & I handed them 2 her.
She said "thanks" & gave me a kiss on the cheek. I wanted 2 tell her. I
wanted her 2 know that I don't want 2 be just friends. I love her, but I'm just 2 shy & I don't know why.
11th Grade
The phone rang. It was her on the other end. She was in tears, mumbling on & on about how her love had broke her heart. She asked me 2 come over because she didn't want 2 be alone, so I did.
As I sat next 2 her on the sofa, I stared at her soft eyes, wishing she was mine.
After 2 hours, a Drew Barrymore movie, & three bags of chips, she decided 2go 2 sleep. She looked d at me, said "thanks," & gave me a kiss on the cheek. I want 2 tell her. I want her 2know that I don't want 2 be just friends. I love her, but I'm
just 2 shy. & I don't know why.
12th Grade
The day before prom she walked 2 my locker. "My date is sick," she said.
?He's not going 2 go.? Well, I didn't have a date & in 7th grade we made a promise that if neither of us had dates we would go 2gether just as "best friends," so we did.
Prom night, after everything was over I was standing at her front door step.
I stared at her. She smiled at me & stared at me with her crystal eyes.
I want her 2 be mine, but she doesn't think of me like that, & I know it.
Then she said, "I had the best time, thanks!" & gave me a kiss on the cheek.
I want to tell her. I want her to know that I don't want to be just
friends. I love her, but I'm just 2 shy. & I don't know why...
Graduation Day
A day passed. A week passed. A month passed. Before I could blink, it
was graduation day.. I watched as her perfect body floated like an angel up on stage 2 get her diploma. I wanted her 2 be mine, but she didn't notice
me like that, & I knew it. Before everyone went home, she came 2 me in her
smock & hat, & she cried as I hugged her. Then, she lifted her head from my shoulder & said,
"You're my best friend, thanks!" & gave me a kiss on the cheek. I want 2
tell her. I want her 2 know that I don't want 2 be just friends. I love her, but I'm just 2 shy. & I don't know why...
A Few Years Later
Now, I sit in the pews of the church. She is getting married, now. I watched her say, "I do" & drive off 2her new life, married 2another man. I wanted her 2be mine but she didn't see me like that, & I knew it. But before she drove away, she came 2 me & said, "You came!" She said, "Thanks!" & kissed me on the cheek. I want 2 tell her. I want her 2 know that I don't want 2 be just friends. I love her, but I'm just too shy. & I don't know why...Funeral
Yrs passed, & I looked down at the coffin of the girl who used 2 be my best
friend." At the service they read a diary entry she had written in her high
school years.
This is what it read:
?I stare at him wishing he were mine. But he doesn't notice me like that,
& I know it. I want 2 tell him. I want him 2 know that I don't want 2 be just friends. I love him, but I'm just 2 shy, & I don't know why. I wish he would tell me he loved me... ?
I wish I did too... I thought 2 myself, & I cried.

Monday, March 8, 2010


It was a heated debate at a friend’s house on Sunday evening, like every other discussion guys engage in, it was a supremacy of opinion battle, and the question that popped up, was; what business can one really do, now vat we have left school, and shades of opinion began to appear, at first, i was a loner in the debate, that is one against four, bur as the debate progressed, i was able to win the three others to my side, ok bur first, we have to know wat both sides were all about.
One side was on making quick money without having really to be stressed out in the process, and my own side of the divide was vat good things do not come so easily, there has to be the element of hard work, self discipline, self denial, u must be able to allow any little capital you put into a business grow, without having to take from it, i was of the opinion that it is important to hunt for a job first, then save some money for your own business, vats if u do not already have a start up capital. And more over, quick money is difficult to manage, it intoxicates, it comes and goes like a whirl wind.
I also made another important point which they seconded, it was, that it does not matter your kind of business, is the brand u give to it, and also, no person would market ur stuff for u, other than yourself, after you have succeeded in having a brand, the brand will sell itself, a good example of brands today are brands like coca cola, the cardbury brands, they sell for themselves, no matter the price tags.
I made a point vat, the richest persons in the world are bosses (sic) of themselves, they work under no man, they started somewhere. You must be able to start from somewhere. Billionaires are not made in a day.
The last point i made was that ideas drive the world, when u have a good proposal for a new business, any body can buy into it, ur idea sells itself, it is the most important of all the aforementioned, any bank will be willing to give a loan if ur proposal is well presented and well laid out, an body would be willing to sponsor your new T.V show, if the idea behind it is unique.
Here are some suggested businesses you can start up with little or no capital:
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Wednesday, March 3, 2010


ok, i guess this blog was supposed to be my diary? ur guess exactly too, was just carried away wiv news, i love NEWS, so i stay updated,vats y the blog has been about NEWS all the while, so, its gonna be more of me, from hence forth, so the pictures below will be the highlights of my hang out wiv the boys last weekend, enjoy!!

what the boys have been up to!!

Nine-year-old twins are expected to become the youngest pupils to be admitted to a secondary school.

Paula and Peter Imafidon have already broken world records when they passed A/AS-level mathematics papers at the age of 7. Today, the twins will join hundreds of thousands of other families across the country to find out which secondary school they are going to, despite being two years younger than most of their counterparts.

Peter and Paula, from Waltham Forest, northeast London, attend a normal State primary school but have received provisional offers from more than 12 leading secondary schools.

The so-called “wonder twins”, who come from a family of high achievers, set two world records when they passed A/AS-level maths papers. They became the youngest candidates to pass A-level maths and were also the youngest school pupils to do so, as the previous record holders had been taught at home.

A year later they took and passed the University of Cambridge’s Advanced Mathematics (FAM) paper, becoming the youngest students to pass the rigorous examinations.

Chris Imafidon, their father, said that the twins would cope well with secondary school despite their age. “We’re delighted with the progress they have made,” he said. “Because they are twins they are always able to help and support each other.”