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Horizontal Sisterhood – revisited Part 3

So here is the final Part 3 of my posts on Horizontal Sisterhood Revisited. It’s to give some background into what our family went through last…


Massaging Mama

    I am currently six months pregnant and today was a day of stretching pelvic muscles. Suffice to say walking has been troublesome and I…


Right back at ya!

So my daughter just walked into my ‘office-cum-third-bedroom-for-guests’ and sat on my office chair.  She picked up a pen and began writing on a piece of…


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…


an Australian childhood

My daughter is a happy child.  My husband and I have taught her to be pragmatic and not take things too seriously.  If she cries, I…


Children make connections in ways we never expect…

So, as you know, recently my husband’s father died, at the ripe age of 107 years. My daughter is aware of her grandfather’s death and that…



Ayine is my sister. She’s married to a brother of my husband.  A few years ago we didn’t talk much but on my most recent stay…

The Rants of a Ghanaian!

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


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