Unexpected series on hold

It has been a couple of months since I updated you on the Unexpected series and that’s because things kicked into overdrive: Sayo and I are getting married! This November! In Nigeria!

I’ve been working with Sayo and our immediate and extended families to sort out wedding plans. There’s definitely more of our story to share (over a year’s worth!) but that’ll take a back seat to our wedding plans. If you live in Nigeria and would like more details about the wedding, send me an email (jummyATgoodnaijagirl.com)—it would be great to meet you!

22 thoughts on “Unexpected series on hold

  1. OMGOMGOMG!!! Congrats, dahlink! While I’m a little peeved that I won’t be able to come to your wedding, my happiness for you is much greater. Momentarily! haha ;)
    Love you lots! xo

  2. I knew this was it! I’ve been reading you since 2008 and I’ve always known God will bless a great man with the jewel that is you! Sayo is blessed indeed! May God continue to bless both of your lives and your marriage.

  3. Awwww is happy for you guys! Wish you guys a blessed and fruitful union and have fun with the run up to the wedding! Looking forward to reading more about it over time! x

    • Cynthia, GNG’s long term supporter, sprang into my mind! As a silent follower of Jummy for many many years, I know how you have been a true friend to her and at times it will be just you commenting on her posts and sharing your sincere views.
      I am sure you would attend her wedding if it was in Canada.

      Much love, Xhosa girl
      Cape Town

  4. Congratulations!!! 🍾🎉
    I’ve been a secret follower of your blog and I am so happy for you and Sayo! He’s a very lucky man. Best wishes for your wedding and marraige.

  5. Oh Dear Jummie!!! I am so excited and happy. I was looking forward to the stories, but I believe this will even be better when you guys get married and you come back. I can even see this as a Testimony Book of sorts that you can write.

    Congratulations to both of you!! And we would like snippets of Wedding planning if possible. It’s all so exciting!

  6. Awwwwww! Congratulations girl! I wish you all the best in your marriage, I’m so so so happy for you! So sorry I haven’t followed your series, I remember seeing an unveiling sort of post one time and kept saying I needed to comment (you talked about meeting your hubby), but life and events just happened so I unfortunately never did- so happy to see this and even happier that I can communicate my excitement and happiness to you- I pray for a beautiful experience for you dear. All the very best, plenty children (hahaha!) and a most beautiful forever!
    💓💓💓💓💓💓

  7. Awww..this is the best news I have heard today and in soo sooo glad . I can’t wait to read the 1 year development that lead to this ..congratulations and thank you for allowing is to share in your ups and downs over d years ..love Mo X

  8. Cynthia, GNG’s long term supporter, sprang into my mind! As a silent follower of Jummy for many many years, I know how you have been a true friend to her and at times it will be just you commenting on her posts and sharing your sincere views.
    I am sure you would attend her wedding if it was in Canada.

    Much love, Xhosa girl
    Cape Town

  9. All I have to say, is thank you Lord, thank you Lord, thank you Lord, all I have to say is Thank you Lord!

    Congratulations ooo, many many many congrats! Ese Oluwa mi, dancing like eh!

    Oh no I can’t shut up, it’s 04h50 in Cape Town, and I’m up to finish my assignment. Then I think, GNG still hasn’t posted her September thanksgiving o. And now these good news first thing in the morning, thank you to Aunty who matched you up! Amy sure Sayo will take very good care of you! Na double double triple blessings to you and your new family.

    All the best with your upcoming nuptials. At least you have some experience dealing with Naija vendors abi, lol! Your sister’s wedding taught you a lot and you will know how to negotiate with them now.
    How am I going to work today, and still concentrate in my evening lectures? My sincere apologies for writing an essay in your post, abeg o!

    Much love from a Xhosa gal, Cape Town

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