MASTER EVERY LEVEL – My Ludo Game Experience

There is this Ludo game I play. When I began to play it, I skipped the easy level and set the difficulty at ‘normal’.

I won a lot but I noticed that once in a while, when the computer should have moved its dices in a particular way that would have allowed it to win, it won’t. I always laugh and claimed it was dumb.

After a while, I got bored with winning so I moved up another level of difficulty, hard. At the beginning, it was as advertised, hard. I had cleared my previous winnings so it looked like we were at par. I wasn’t winning so much.

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Bluetooth Speaker

What I Learnt from My Bluetooth Speaker – Storytelling

Before

One of the best gadgets I’ve bought here is a Bluetooth speaker, that has a digital clock, an alarm and multi level ring light. When Bundy, my friend here was going back to Nigeria, I went to the mall to get him a parting gift. I had the idea of buying a wristwatch, but when I got to the mall, wristwatches were expensive.

Hence, I looked around for alternatives. I saw many things; phones, Bluetooth speakers, power banks, headphones, and the likes, even smart watches… Finally, I settled for a 20,000mph power bank (you can guess why). While I searched though, my desire was aroused to get a Bluetooth speaker, particularly because I saw one type that I liked.

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I WANT TO BE THE OLDER LITTLE BOY

I like to think I was reschooled in the ancient history of biological evolution of man; in the way the body and mind instinctively reacts to knowledge and experience.
Few days ago, I was in our basement, on the queue to take a Serology test with other students and school officials inside our lockdown bubble. These officials were university workers and those who work in proximity with the university, one way or the other. Some of them are parents, recently weds with toddlers.
A family came with their boy, who is just about three to four years old. Ol’boy! Was this boy active and restless?! He literally ran from one end of the building to the other, jumping as he ran. This lad would run to his father, make some faces in response to whatever face he makes at him, and would run back. He was everywhere.

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