Considering I have not shared much on this blog in a while, I decided to give a glimpse of what life has been over the past year. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 Continue reading Wife, Worker, and Workman
I was so excited to see their cover art on apple music. So excited, I decided I would write about it! Here’s what I loved (and didn’t) about Crossfire’s 2019 Neo-Soul Album; Heart to Heart. Continue reading Year of Return – The Heart to Heart Album
Bitter Honey is a Ghana-based series, centered around the Quartey family. Kojo Quartey; a taxi driver, his wife Aba; who runs a bank’s canteen, and their three children; Kuku, Abena and Maama live through a series of fortunate and unfortunate events. The Bitter Honey series tells the story of different bittersweet experiences that build their characters and teach them life lessons. Enjoy. Catch up on previous episode here! Kuku … Continue reading Ep. 22: Wide-Eyed
Before I moved into a new home with my husband, I wasn’t the decision maker. “Mommy and Daddy” had everything on lockdown… Continue reading Sufficiency
Mrs. Ellen Maama Abokoma Hagan (Dr) – Amazing Woman, Sweet Mother! Today is my mother’s birthday, and I just want to take a moment to lay down some accolades!!! My mother has been so many different things to me in different seasons in my life, and I cannot imagine how I would have turned out if she had not been there all my life. I … Continue reading Happy Birthday Mom!
…Even with this blog post, I had decided to write it three weeks ago but since that moment, I had all the right excuses not to sit down and write it… Continue reading Rebirth
“The fufu was good! Kuku was happy – food in his stomach, sitting in Caroline’s company and having an animated and intellectual conversation about leadership, power, and what women want. He was in his happy place.” Continue reading Episode 25; Tempting Tests…
I was fully ignorant of the fact that there is always a battle going on. I’m not talking about the physical unrest, killings and hunger that are going on today at different parts of the world; no. I’m talking about in our minds and in our hearts- daily. I didn’t realize that when I got saved, it wasn’t automatic. For the longest time, I struggled … Continue reading My peace, my weapon
I suspect a lot of people went through a phase of introspection when the American actor Chadwick Boseman died. At least, I hope a lot of people did. There’s something special about celebrating the life of a well accomplished person; even more, when we lose people who seem to have died young. We reflect on all the things the person accomplished or think about all … Continue reading Just Do It!
“They were chatting in the living room area when they heard the sounds of the gate opening and a car driving into the compound. Ma Dee sighed and seemed to brace herself.” Continue reading Episode 24: Sunday
The question hit him before he closed the front door and as his eyes adjusted from the sunshine outside to the dimly lit living room, he had to keep himself from laughing at the quizzical looks on his mother and sisters’ faces. Continue reading Ep. 23 – Recuperation
I’ve heard the account of David, Bathsheba and Uriah from different perspectives. Mostly, two characters are easily discussed: David the king and Uriah the husband and soldier. David was a King of war, leading and conquering many kingdoms. He had a devoted army, and loyal subjects. However, in 2nd Samuel, we see this: “…it happened in the spring of the year, at the time when kings go … Continue reading Bathsheba; wife, subject & queen