I have been writing for while, but never really called myself a writer. I had limited myself to just writing poems and referring to myself as a poet. Subsequently, most of my writings, began to earn recognition and hence exposing me to more people and more friends.
Apart from the fact that we attended the same Church back then in school, I and Evelyn were members of the same group and she has always fascinated me.
She will later come to me with her idea of building a website and wanted me to work with her on it. At first, I thought it will be something not serious and hopefully a hobby.
Shame on me. I was shocked when on our first meeting to discuss the whole idea, She showed up with Partnership Laws of Plateau State and how we all can play our part. It scared the heavens out of me at first, but also showed me that I needed to find myself and see myself in the light of how others saw me.
I have been one, who somehow believe and love imperfection. However, I have come to learn that being all serious and expecting a level of perfection from whatever we plant our energy into, also build us.
Knowing what was online, pushed me into a more deeper level of self development and growth. To gain perfection, I have grown and have also developed. Last time I was writing and using Gram-marly, I came to the revelation of how I can actually write without it now.
For Evelyn herself, I believe she has always been in doubt about herself and because of that, she thought about the importance of others view. Along the line of things, I have come to the revelation of her love for perfection, not neglecting the fact that she can be an emotional writer and self engrossed.
I have however, been open to the fact that we really can’t be perfect at first, but as we advance and grow, we must strife for a level of perfection. Perfect imperfection should kind of be a thing I think.