Friday, 18 May 2012

Queen Bey & King Jay

I know this post is waaaaayy overdue but I just couldn’t help myself. I had actually written this very early this year, not for anything but because it was just something on my mind at that time, that had to do with what was happening in the music industry abroad. Somehow, somehow, I didn’t get to post it until now.

Beyonce is one talented woman I know. Whenever I hear or see her on screen, I am usually in awe like WOW!. Personally, I’ve come to respect her, what she does and what she represents. She is a representation of ‘Hard work pays’ and no one does it better than her. If I had the opportunity to tap into the intelligence and creativity of some people; are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yea, sure, she’ll def be on the list.

Queen Bey’s topic or theme of music seems to have evolved from what we used to know her for. She used to be known for women empowerment, dissing guys or trying to upgrade them (you know what I mean). It seems all that has changed, all thanks to Mr. Carter himself, JayZ.

Now all she sees is love because he put her love on top. Not that something’s wrong with that.
While we’re still at it; her relationship with Mr. Carter is noteworthy. Though they’ve been very privy about it, but from what I gather, they started dating in 2001, got married in April 2008 and gave birth to Blue Ivy, January 2012. You follow? To me, it is well planned out. No offence meant but unlike my African sisters, we get married and get pregnant after one hour! We never have time to get to know our husbands properly or play and hang out with him. We simply settle down into the role of a mother after becoming a wife. And when all the children are in boarding house or all grown up and on their own, we don’t know what to do with our selves again. We become like strangers to our spouse only sharing a room probably a house (I guess that makes us the perfect housemates).

Well-done Bey, you must feel fulfilled with the birth of baby Blue Ivy. I’m guessing we’ll be expecting a few mama songs from her to compliment her new status.

Oh, and congrats on the birth of your daughter, and for your recent achievement as being named by People magazine as the most beautiful woman in the world! A lot of women will sure kill for that. People, what do you think of that, does she deserve the title? Let me know.

With all that said,



Hey Blogville!
Looks like someone has been M.I.A.W.O.L. You’ve gotta believe me, I have a good reason.
So what have you guys been up to? What’s been cooking?! Hope you have been up and about? I have been busy myself, making some changes in my life.

I’m back home with my family and I’m so loving the family time we are having. I have been away from home for close to 2years now. I’m not complaining, in fact I loved it! So it came to a point where I had to make a choice, a difficult one. It wasn’t easy at all, trust me. I made a lot of consultation and prayed a lot of prayers (yeah, I did), and it became clear to me that I had to move on. So I packed all my bags, left my job and friends and came home (though not my final destination). Stupid decision, you think? Let me be the judge of that.

Home Sweet Home! There’s no place like home!

I read a fellow blogger’s post recently and she also went through the same situation I experienced and that just encouraged and inspired me to share this. It is not easy to leave a job when you don’t have another one to go to. When I told some people of my plan, they thought I was crazy or probably losing it. Pity me, but I don’t regret my decision. I know everything will be alright. If you’re in a position similar to mine, just know that “ALL IS WELL!!”

Have FAITH Portable people!