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SIR, I AM NOT YOUR DARLING.

         Tale of Three Sisters.

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Chinelo

Sorry Sir, I am not your darling.
I appreciate the lifts. Yes sir, I really do.
I appreciate the offer to take care of my shopping bill at the supermarket and I will heartily welcome any future offers.
I appreciate the efforts to make conversation and fill the silences.

But no Sir, I am not your Darling.

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SOJOURNER TRUTH

I never determined to do anything and failed – SOJOURNER TRUTH. (Most essential statement about her life)

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Beautiful People!

I’ve been reading THREE books at the same time. I started with a soft copy of AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED but then NEPA took their light for four good days and I was extremely bored, so I went to the bookshelf and found this SOJOURNER TRUTH and since it was a small read, I finished on time and started LOTTERY WINNER by MARY HIGGINS CLARK.
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THE FEMININE MISTAKE

Be graceful. Be elegant. Be modest. Never make waves. How one girl learned the rules for happiness—and how to break them 

By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Originally posted at www.more.com

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Near and Dear: Front row, the author at age eight in Nigeria, 1985, with her immediate family: two sisters, three brothers and, bookending the group, her father and mother.

I first knew there was such a thing as blue mascara because of Aunty Chinwe.
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