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Archive for ‘August, 2013’

She said he raped her, now he is in a critical condition: Repercussions

My husband witnessed a brutal attack today whist going about his work, doing the gardens in front of the courthouse. His co-worker was approached by a…


Who will you vote for in 2013?

  At dinner tonight my husband said he was rather inclined to vote, if he could, for the Liberals.  He can’t bear the thought of voting…


On the naming of children.

When my daughter was born I had to travel 850km to my gynaecologist in the capital of Ghana.  I forgot to pack the Irish baby name…


Sizeable comments from loved ones

I was pregnant and gave birth to my daughter in Ghana.  I lived in the traditional family house.  It looks like this.I spent my days lying…


Chat on Motherhood

Since I recently posted my interview with Mizy on Sisterhood, I thought I’d add a link to a friends blog, ‘Little Steps’, which is about Motherhood.…


Mizy on Sisterhood

Mizy and I met upon my return to Australia from Ghana in 2010.  After getting to know her I was in awe of her strength as…

The Rants of a Ghanaian!

The "Rants" expressed are my own, and generally unpopular with others.


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