Hello and welcome to the month of September. I haven’t been able to post for sometime now as I’ve been busy with my exams. Last month was a little bit rough for me. Amid writing and reading for exams, I lost a few loved ones. I’ll be dedicating this post to Chadwick Boseman, (A.K.A: “THE BLACK PANTHER”) who passed away on the 28th of August 2020, after a four years battle with colon cancer. His bravery and courage through his illness taught me a lot about life. Never waste any opportunity you have in life, because you don’t know how much time you have left. Live every day, every hour, every minute and every second being good to someone. Make your stay on earth count. When you leave this earth one day, how do you want to be remembered? What do you want people to remember you for when they call out your name? Any impact no matter how small, can make a big difference in the world. Chadwick Boseman will always remain a GOAT (Greatest of all time) to me and to many generations to come.

This year has brought with it so many things that we can’t even comprehend. But as I always say, I believe it’ll all be over soon. Some of us really hate this year but we can’t question God. Everthing that has happened so far, happened for a reason and I believe in the act of being positive about things. This is what has carried me this far, along with God’s grace. So, to you all out there that are feeling bad about everything that’s been going on, take your time and reflect. Reflect on the fact that you’ve made it this far, while many people didn’t even get to see the end of August. Reflect on the fact that you saw the month of September and just thank God for his divine grace so far.

As usual, I’ll be giving us quick facts about the month of September. September is the ninth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calenders. It is the third of four months to have a length of 30 days. September (Latin: Septem, “seven”) marks the start of the academic year in many countries, in which children go back to school after the summer break.

The birth flowers of the month of September are;

Forget-me-not and the Sapphire.


September 5- International charity day.

September 8- International literacy day.

September 8- World physical therapy day.

September 9- Wonderful weirdos day.

September 10- World suicide prevention day.

September 11- Remember freedom day.

September 13- International chocolate day.

September 15- Free money day.

September 18- World water monitoring day.

September 19- International talk like a pirate day.

September 21- International day of peace.

September 22- Dear diary day.

September 22- World car free day.

September 29- World heart day.

Feel free to share your contributions and thoughts on observances in the month of September. Also feel free to share how the month of August went for you.

So here you have it guys, welcome to the month of September. Happy New Month!!!!!!!

9 replies on “THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER.”

The very first paragraph is exactly what I think; will I succeed in leaving my footprints in
‘the sand of time’? I wish you the best in your exams. Thank you for this poignant post.



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