Archive | May 16, 2017

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Travel.

One of my hobbies is travelling. I enjoy travelling. I love to see new places. Vacation time is for relaxation. A time to explore. A time to wander about and have good fun. A time to discover hidden truths, a new culture and a new lifestyle. A time my uncanny curiosity is activated as I try to demystify any myth or stereotypical view I have of any race or people.

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Dinner is Served!

This is a famous vegetable soup made with special vegetables and one of the widely eaten dishes in Nigeria.

Afang soup is a traditional soup made with Afang or okazi, as the Efiks and Igbos of Eastern Nigeria call it. The recipe includes Afang/Okazi leafs, water-leafs which I replace with Spinach here in Europe. Dry fish, Meat, periwinkle or snail, crayfish, hot chilli pepper, salt, stock and palm oil.  Continue reading

The Daily Prompt – Qualm!

Rita is fond of her grandmother. She would do anything for her. A reason she spends most of her short holidays with her paternal grandmother.  Rita loved to sit by her grandmother’s side as she spins historical stories and folklores to her. Rita loved storytelling. She loved to hear the stories about kingship and the Warlords of her dear town. Never in her thoughts, did she imagine what nature had in store for her. She was cultured and her good nature reflected like the sunny rays of a glowing sun. Continue reading

The Daily Prompt – Collaboration!

The Universe is in a relationship with everything found in it. Somehow, everyone in the world has the power to contribute a portion of their life, their time, their smile, tears, love, wisdom etcetera, to the abundance of the world.  Continue reading

Good Morning Giggles!

“I hope that you live your life – each precious day of it – with joy and meaning. I hope that you walk without pain and that you are grateful for each step. And when the challenges come, I hope you remember that anchored deep within you is the ability to learn and grow. You are not born with a fixed amount of resilience. Like a muscle, you can build it up, draw on it when you need it. In that process, you will figure out who you really are – and you just might become the very best version of yourself.”

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