HPOTW: Congratulations To Star of The Week Titilope of Chicago, Illinois
Titilope Nimota Shoetan Durosinmi is a Nigerian based in Chicago, Illinois. She is happily married to a very supportive husband and they have two brilliant boys together.
Titi as she is fondly called, has a B.A. in English from Lagos State University. She is from a very humble background and has always loved helping others.
When she relocated to the United States, she took her love for people to a new level by furthering her education in the noble profession of nursing. To her, this is the field she has always wanted be because there is no better feeling than being able to help the sick get better. So far, the hardworking mother has done very well for herself as a respectable Licensed Nurse.
As a strong black woman who is able to keep her home together, her career intact and still able to further her education, Titi is that true role model whose attitude towards life should be emulated by others – especially aspiring mothers and stay-at-home wives.
Now lets talk about this stunning photo. Titi looks very vibrant in this photograph and the color mix of her African attire will look stylish on any one. The first thing I noticed when I saw this photo was peace. You can tell she has peace because of that comfortable, calm and well-rested feel about the image. A priceless quality indeed that many lack as a result of the unpredictable nature of life and the fact that with life comes inevitable pain and loss. In order to attain this level of grace, you need to have the understanding that your happiness and how much you can impact the lives of others is all that really counts. To the likes of Titi, the phrase “Life was not meant to be easy” is rephrased as “Life was meant to be easy” because there is nothing more fulfilling than being able to change lives for the better.
“In the near future, I want to be a Nurse Practitioner,” she said.
“I am a fun loving mum who enjoys hanging out with children, I love cooking, reading, watching movies and traveling.” she added.