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Life according to Ugo

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added on 29/02/2012 by: ugoalexander
I'm a Nigerian who's spent the last 11 years in Small-town, USA loving Jesus and his people. Now for the next few years, I will be heading back to Lagos, where I grew up with my lovely wife and I will try to chronicle that experience.
 tags: expat, lagos, travels
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I'm back!  Posted on 09/05/2014
I stopped blogging...I am not sure why. Maybe that isn't exactly true. It's been two years since I stopped blogging. Honestly, I haven't thought much about it. But I think the world has changed a lot in that time period. I...
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I had a dream...  Posted on 05/09/2012
No, this isn't be beginning of a generation defining speech... Last night, I had a dream that we were home. Actually we were at a church gathering at Covenant Harvest Church. The dream felt so real that I wondered to myself if indeed...
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Scarecrows  Posted on 04/24/2012
I have been on a personal losing streak lately. I won't go into too much details because these loses are tantamount to "First World Problems". But to me they are real. Okay, I will give one example (it applies to my story in...
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The Trip - Final Part  Posted on 04/20/2012
So it's taken me so long to get to this point but I will do my best to make it brisk as most of you are probably tripped out on words and pictures. If you aren't then, maybe it's me then. That's not to say it...
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The Trip - Parte Terza  Posted on 04/16/2012
We've been back now a little less than a week. But it feels like mentally, I am not here yet. Having spent a year back now, I sort of know what to expect during seasons (not just weather but yeah weather as well) and knowing...
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The Trip - Part I  Posted on 04/11/2012
Obviously there's lots to catch up on but the truth is that I am not sure where or how to start. I will just start typing away and see where it goes.... Well, already I have changed the title multiple times. I think what I will do is...
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Bring your parents to work day!  Posted on 03/22/2012
Actually that's what Amy and I are calling it. As I mentioned during my last post, my in-laws are in town to visit. It's been a pleasure having them around and I don't say this because I know they will read this but because...
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FIGHT!!! (Reader's Discretion is Advised)  Posted on 03/19/2012
*Warning* The following blog post contains description of actual events of the characters involved. It contains violence of a graphic nature and as such readers' discretion is advised." Okay, the violence got your attention,...
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The Curious Case of Tyson the Lonely Chicken  Posted on 03/13/2012
I have been spoiled. For most of the last month, we've been boating it to work. Takes about 10 - 15 minutes and it isolates us from the madness that is Lagos traffic. The other person that like this arrangement is Kenneth, our driver....
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Nigerians can sleep anywhere and at anytime  Posted on 03/06/2012
Not much outside of work goes on in my life during the week. And that's saying much about what I do. In fact not much goes on during the weekend either. Amy marks time based on activities we have planned i.e. who's coming to...
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 Comments

  • StrayDawg
    StrayDawg 16 April 2014 01:39:33

    If and when I get over there, I hope to meet you. Have a blessed day

  • bellvillegp
    bellvillegp 02 November 2012 20:16:21

    hello there,

    Are you back in Lagos now? What was it like getting home after 11 years?

    regards
    Gwyneth

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