Titi Def another term for aunty like a mom but cooler shirt as a gift. On your birthday, I just want you to know how blessed I am to have you as my aunt. My beloved aunty, thank you for all the life lessons you have taught me. My life would not be this great if not for you. I will forever cherish the wonderful memories we have shared. The word “generation gap” will definitely not work for us. For you have never behaved in a way that I will feel the age difference between us. Thank you for being my best friend and partner in crime. Because of you, I feel loved and appreciated. Because of you, I am confident and strong. And most importantly, because of you, I know how to make the best chocolate cake around.
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Although you may not be my mom, you have shown me the love and care of a mom for many years now. Thank you for holding me tight during difficult times and and being my best friend. You are the best aunt around. Nobody is as cool of an aunt as you!! You’ve got this “best aunt” gig in the bag. You truly are the super hero of the family. No matter how many obstacles God throws at you you always surpass them with your head held high. You are always there to help and motivate everyone even when you are going through something equally as bad and you have taught me how to overcome such obstacles.
Your truly a fantastic aunt and I wish you all the happiness this world can bring. Aunts like you are precious and few. For that I consider myself lucky for having you. Thank you for being a part of my life, my favorite aunt. I love you! By blood you may be my aunt, but by spirit you have become my best friend. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Now go blow out the candles on your “cake” because as you know brownies are a little hard for us. Happy Birthday Titi I love you & hope you receive many blessing on this very special day of ”your birth”.
Happy birthday to my Aunty
Life at Ajitaadun was superb, no doubt about that. Let me first remember my other folks that we grew up together. The number one of them was Owolabi Nurudeen. He is the topic for today. Another person I would never forget is Aunty ‘Bose. Titi Def another term for aunty like a mom but cooler. Aunty Bose was a disciplinarian per excellence. We thought she was wicked. She seniors us with less than 5 years but she was a big sister. She monitored all our activities as if she was our mother. When we were growing up, she dared not see us with girls most especially myself and Owolabi.
She would make jest of you to the extent that you would cry. The result is now reflecting in our homes today. She was not married then but she knew what it takes for a man or woman to have a good home. She taught us morals. I remembered one bro. Mufutau Gbadamosi popularly called ‘Baba Sàlà’ probably because he was a funny character or his built. Baba Sala was always coming to us at Owolabi’s house in ita Mola. His visit was just to see aunty Bose. He was interested in the girl but aunty Bose will make jest of this man. She used to call him ‘oko Iyawo’.
The man would feel bad and would not wait to play with us again. Aunty Bose believed in nothing than book. While myself and Owolabi were attending M.H.S and Nawar-ud-Deen High School at Obantokò respectively, aunty Bose was a student of Abeokuta Girls Grammar School (AGGS), a school where discipline was the order of the day. Aunty Bose’s mother ( Iya Tunrayo) was our sweet mother. She used to feed us with ‘àmàlà láfún’ with special ‘ewéédu’ soup. She would always spank aunty Bose whenever the later displayed her excesses towards us. Aunty Bose is happily married today.