Anonymous asked: omg id never raise my kids in usa, this place is messed up. my kids will love it in africa. its the place to be
Would you raise your future kid(s) in Africa or in...
im not sure if this question makes sense but this is another serious question
Bottle on the Bookcase: You must try to lead a... →
bottleonthebookcase: You must try to lead a good life, You must do unto others as you would have them do, So that when you die You’ll find golden boy peanuts waiting in theafterlife for you. There are no pan Asian supermarkets down in hell, So you can’t buy Golden Boy peanuts. If thine enemy oppresseth you …
Baby you are the maggi in my soup
African pickup lines
Behbee gehl, you are de mosquito caught im my net. H’i want you
trying to eat healthy, then my mom and aunt come...
Why not?: Tamale Children's Home (part 2) →
thoughtsofanadventurer: Of course, after being at the home for a week, we all got pretty attached to the kids. Everyone had their favorites. We gave nicknames to some of them who were too little or didn’t understand enough to tell us their names. There was “grandpa,” so called because he reminded me of a little old…
This incident haunted me for all of 3rd grade.
Ms.V: Okay since we're studying different cultures, I want everyone to tell me what country their family is from and what is their favorite traditional meal is.
Me: *raises hand*
Ms.V: Yes, Eleanor.
Me: My family's from Ghana and my favorite food is fufu
Ms.V: Fufu. How do you spell that
Ms. V: How do you spell it?
Alison's Ghana Service Blog: One Year Later - June... →
ghanaservice-alison: Just a quick post today. The workbooks available for the students were rather fascinating. They each had a picture of some person on them that the Ghanaians hold in high regard. Many times, it was football (soccer) players, people I know almost nothing about. But many times, there were pictures…
Breakfast Around the World: Africa
urbanwayfarer: Morocco Egypt Ghana Uganda
jaylenna: I made a separate blog for my trip to Ghana so I don’t have to use as many texts and calls with my family. I probably won’t post on it very often because I’ll rarely have internet service, but if you’re insterested in it, hit it up. http://jamie-ghana.tumblr.com/
blamb: I have working and free internet! Updates on my trip to come, later today. It has been a rough, interesting, sometimes enjoyable experience, so far. At a resort for the weekend with some people I met and work with from Kentucky. Rainforest and canopy walk in a half hour followed by a monkey sanctuary. Also, I finally met people with common interests and good conversations last night....
The masses of the people of Africa are crying for unity…– Dr. Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah (via theinternationalscholar)
salaminga, hello!: More mid-week speed intervals →
salamingahello: Yesterday I headed out for another 40 minute run and decided to try some more speed intervals. I wanted to change it up from the last time so, I did two pickups in a row follow by two recovery intervals. Here was my plan for the 8 run-intervals: 1 - slow warm up 2 - run at comfortable pace,…
Just made and ate the best fufu and light soup...
WATCH ME DO MY AZONTO.
Rice & Antimalarials: Sam the taxi driver saves... →
dancingroads: After a lovely dinner at the home of Joshua and his wife the other night, we walked a few blocks and hailed a cab on the main road to take us back to our lodgings in Ahodwo (pronounced uh-ho-jo). After the 30 minute cab ride, we asked the driver to drop us off a few blocks from our hotel (a safety…