No. Don’t get any ideas, please. March is my month and I’m very proud of it. I won’t begin to tell you about all the wonderful people who have been blessed enough to share that month with me, ‘cause if I do, this post will never end.
I’m writing about November because it is another month that I’ve fallen for. I mean head, shoulders, knees and toes for.
So this buddy of mine suddenly asks me one good day what month I’d love to be born in if I wasn’t born in March. I didn’t think so much before I blurted out in pidgin: NOVEMBER! (Oh wait a minute. There’s no pidgin for November, it’s all the same. Oops!)
And recently, when someone else asked me why, I had a few things to say.
I love the people in my life who are born in November. I feel they’re very special. Seriously, I know very lovely people in every other month of the year, but November’s goodies just overwhelm me. When I think November, I think blue ocean water, I think white light, I think the sunflower, I think crisp cookies, I think too-good-to-be-true, I think rice, spice and everything nice! That’s November to me.
First there’s a feeling I get in November that doesn’t come in any other month. Not even march. (that’s just because the feeling in march is too exclusive to be shared, know-warr-am-sayinn!) I’m overly excited about something I can’t place. I feel new. My dear, November is just such a beauty. If she were a girl, I bet y’all men will wanna marry her!
These special November people in my life must be acknowledged in this note. For some reason, I think it’s basically because of them I’ve come to respect the month so much. They have represented it so well, and I implore you folks of the other months to not beef at all. I say it the way I feel it.
Foremost is (drums roll!!!!!!)…My mum: Sweet woman. When I search for words to describe you, I just go mum in astonishment. You are an amazing woman, very rare in this world of ours. I mean that. And I shall dedicate a whole note to tell that story. Soon.
Funmi Faloye, Tolu Adeyeye, Imole Adegoke, Busayo Olujuyigbe, Mayowa Olujuyigbe, Omotayo Olujuyigbe, Busola Kola-Adepoyigi, Fiyin Kuti, Tolu Moody, Tobi Elusakin, Seyi Aladesuyi, Kate Ekeshi, Tunmise Ajani, Emiola Tope, Yusuf Mayowa, Seun Badewa, Toye Odekunbi, Ope Owotunmi, Uche Ukaogo, Kenny Hazzan, Deola Olarotimi, Temi Ola, Wonu Omotola, Neydu Onuoha, Praise Idemor, Foluke Adefioye, Femi Adebimpe, Tomi Olamoyegun, Kemi Adeleke, Chibuzor Ali, Adetiloye Akanbi, Dayo Satope, Michael Ogah, Tope Sonubi, Olaolu Oluwadare, Opeyemi Oyedepo, Gift Ese, Kelvin Dikibo, Ade Obayomi, Tobi Aina, Femola Akintade, Tolu sax Kehinde, Morenike Ogunyemi, Marian Otobo, Osars Eroms, Ope Lanipekun, Temiloye Fakunle, Ayoola Orisasanpe, Emmanuel Ogungbemi, Tolu Ahmed and even Rhemaword Ile-ife to mention a few. I’m really proud of you guys. And y’all better agree with me that November is a sweetheart before I tear off this post!
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Waoh… U amaze me Ife.. didnt expect to read anything like this online… Thank u for loving NOVEMBER.. and FYI, Simisola is November too.