Nollywood Actress, Rosaline Meurer is thankful over certain things that has happened in her life at age 25, despite losing her father at age 9. She also thanked Tonto Dikeh’s ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill for being there for her and her family.
“It never even crossed my mind to turn pro already at the age of 25 with great achievements that you at 40 can’t even boast of a quarter. I was never ready to do anything, Grew up with all of the luxuries life had to offer anyone. I always thought I would continue to be a spoilt kid, daddy’s little girl, Mommy’s handbag, got whatever she wanted whenever she wanted just by bending my neck or pointing at stuff and giving my puppy eyes and everything just came whether I needed it or not but life has a way of molding you into what you least expect.
Loosing a parent at the age of 9 was the beginning of reality when things just went from 100 to 50 which meant not everything would be as rosy cuz I had two younger ones that my mom had to take care of as well and I was the first child which means sacrifices and more responsibilities.
Grew up faster than my age and I was fortunate enough to have the right people around me, supporting and advising me, encouraging me and teaching me how to grow into a strong woman. That’s when @bigchurchhaven said to me “if you want to enjoy the luxuries of life, if you want to be successful, you have to work hard for it, you have to be determined, you need to focus, you need to stop being a baby, you need to make a move and do what you love the most” he said you have your younger ones looking up to you and sooner or later you will have to take charge and take care of your family. He told me few reality stories of him and other people he knew and it inspired me a lot.
So today I can proudly say I didn’t just turn a Queen, I’ve been a Queen from birth sent from heaven with a great purpose in life to perform good deeds and touch as many lives in the littlest ways that I can. I am grateful to God cuz he never for once abandoned me or put me to shame at any point in my life. I appreciate God and he knows that I do. I don’t live the holier than thou life but I have God inside of me and I know he knows my heart. Sooooooooo long story short I just want to appreciate God for strength, I want to appreciate my mother, my siblings for their love and understanding and also my boss Mr Churchill for being there for me and my siblings over the years. ”
via: INFORMATION NIGERIA