Call the Midwife: A “Surprising” New Love

The Midwives

The Midwives

Generally speaking, I am not a fan of medical dramas.  I’m more of a crime series kinda girl.  So, Law and Order (SVU and CI) is definitely one of those shows I can watch for hours non-stop.  But, after Downton Abbey Season 3 ended earlier in the year (and after satisfying my craving by watching repeat episodes), I went in search of another period drama series.  That’s how I found ‘Call the Midwife’ on BBC.

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We can make our plans,
but the Lord determines our steps.

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Greetings in your native or local language

Good Morning, Miss!

Good Morning, Miss!

I think bi / multilingualism is awesome, i.e. if you can speak more than one language, that’s great. Apart from English, I speak Yoruba, not as fluently as I would like.  I fill in words I don’t know in Yoruba with English words, instead, so you can imagine what a conversation with me in Yoruba would sound like: Read More


Nigerian Fiction Writer Hello, there! My name is Sharon and I am a Nigerian Fiction Writer, Taker of Pictures and Lover of Humor. Feel free to look around or say hello. I don't bite. Usually. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.


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