It was a Saturday morning and the Adegbola brother (Abimbola and Bunmi and I) all wanted to catch up and play a board game. So we all decided
I’m not a very competitive person when it comes to games, competitions and who can do something the best. However, this game is an expectation to what I’ve just said. I am a complete different person who screams, sadistic (when some lands on my property). On the other hand, I am ready to pounce on you if I have to pay your rent especially if I land at Oxford, Regent, Bond street, or Park-lane and Mayfair.
Despite all of the screaming and warfare going on, we all do it for the sake on fun ( or maybe in my case, I want to be a monopolist, who knows :P).
This game brought back old memories because we all haven’t played this game for a long time. Best of all, it was fun and I really enjoyed the time I spent with my brothers since we’ve all been busy and have all agreed that we want to reduce our screening time on the computer and TV, and compensate this time for more outdoor activities.
For me personally, these activities gives me an opportunity to make time for my family who are all important in my life. We carry each other burdens and try to understand the other person point of view even if it is contrary to the way we usually think or respond.
Spending time with each family member. If you don’t usually talk your siblings or have arguments and fights ( which still happens in my case), turn a new leaf aside, reconciliation, forgive and let this be a new journey for you getting closer and understanding your family, there a blessing in your life.
“What can you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family.”
― Mother Teresa