In moments and seconds of silence where an unexpected event occurs time has a strange and not so funny attitude of slowing down and freezing a look on ones face which could be interpreted as comical, blank, hungry, shocked or a state of mental confusion. The one on Ama's face just before mentally whispering to God was the*#£!*!?* one. An indescribable wave of looks passed across her face. Then composure

6 months, 10 bridesmaids, 2 Bentley’s, 1000 cupcakes, 600 gold cutlery, 500 wedding guests, 100’s of wedding gifts, later since Ama Serwaa had been the talk of town. A wedding like no other! If you weren’t invited to that wedding then you were a nobody.

The euphoria has almost waned out for many Ghanaian bloggers who attended the glitzy purply social media awards night organised by Blogging Ghana at the serene Coconut Grove Regency Hotel. My euphoria however is still on cloud 6, as I got to do something different this year! I was given the spot of holding red-carpet interviews with the invited guests, nominees and bloggers before the show started. That was a memorable experience and actually came close to being an E! show! 

Empty. Pt 2

Part 2 Harmattan is almost here. I could smell Christmas lingering in the background of the foggy morning tipped with a dryness I wasn’t looking forward to. The best part was only how quick our laundry dried on being washed...

Empty

Part 1 Sara  At long last! I could change my 30 year old surname to Mrs. Sara Pantsiwaa Appiah. What a wait it has been too! The uncountable and cringing times of relatives and friends asking ‘When are you getting married?’...
Meet Kofi and Ama, Ghana's version of William Shakespeare's love freaks Romeo & Juliet. Their story is similar to that of the 18th century's but with lots of modern satire and from the Ghanaian perspective. I will quote the...
Her moaning was deep and animalistic almost like a growling as his hands stroked places on her body she'd never imagined of having such thrilling effects. Her long legs wound across his muscled taut back as he bent over...
In moments and seconds of silence where an unexpected event occurs time has a strange and not so funny attitude of slowing down and freezing a look on ones face which could be interpreted as comical, blank, hungry, shocked...
‘I need sex! Not tomorrow or the day after. I need it NOW! What kwraa is this? No-one told me this would happen, and I if I knew kwraa would I have listened? Mmtscceww!!’ 6 months, 10 bridesmaids, 2...
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