Hey there. Thanks for dropping by!

So this is me trying my hand at blogging for the first time, which, yes, means that this is my very first blog experience! I have no idea what will go up on it, but whatever does, it won’t ever be boring; I can promise you that 🙂

Feel free to comment on my lack of experience and handling of this whole project (blogging), or for any improvements/fixtures that I may or may not need to make. Or if you want, about almost any and everything really, you can get in touch and we could chat.

Just so the viewer of this blog(you) is aware of the administrator who runs this blog, (me) allow me to present you with sayings/quotes that I relate to or try to live my life by:

Paraphrased from a me-not-really-listening-to TED Talk :

  1. “Failure isn’t to aim high and miss. It is to aim low and hit” (Unknown)

Others include:

  2. “Sometimes the people with the worst past, create the best future” (Umar-Ibn -Al -Khattab, R.A)

3. “Imagination is more important than know” (Albert Einstein)


This was written in an effort to get the viewer familiar with the writing style of the blog administrator, and to have a general idea of the type(s) of content delivered by this blog. This would not only help save the viewer’s time in deciding whether or not they should continue through this and hope to find content they were looking for on this blog, and for the administrator to respond to any comments on how they should/could improve the quality of the content uploaded here, and satisfy as many viewers as they can, by responding to their appropriate and eligible needs as customers to content made available to them through this blog on the internet.

Thank you.


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