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Gratitude

I don't do posts on Sunday's but I just wanted to dedicate this post to my sister and husband and say Eshe to God for putting another  laughter in our homes and bringing two awesome families together. Yes, you might be wondering what? My sister got  married this  weekend and it was awesome.




It was stressful but a happy stress, it was beautiful all round and I wish them both a happy married life.



This union gives me assurance that God can still do what we did't think He can. So you all out there trusting God for one thing or the other, know that He is still in the business of doing miracles, keep trusting and praising, they are not bouncing off the ceiling. Have a great week. Please drop a wish or prayer for them.

Love 
      Kambi




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