I promised to share some of the video clips I recorded of Jonathan playing some of the traditional musical instruments he and other artists/woodcarvers at Kabwata Cultural Village make and sell. Continue reading Authentic Sounds from a Distant Land
There are so many arts and crafts stores and markets in my hometown Lusaka but the one that stood out for me is the Kabwata Cultural Village. I came across this little beautiful paradise when I was working on one of my freelance projects on local arts and crafts. I have been in-love since then. Continue reading A Day at the Arts & Crafts Market in Pictures
What do you do when you are in the mood to cook but you are very limited on ingredients? You improvise! Continue reading My Sweet Chilli, Bacon and Cheesy Potatoes
Andy walked to the back entrance of the Lounge reserved for VIP’s only to make his call to his aunt in Canada.
“Yes Aunty, I arrived safely.” He said. “No…am sorry I took long to call…yes, it was alright…no, I haven’t seen her. Listen Aunt Rose, am somewhere with friends right now so I cant stay on the phone for long…yes….no I….” Continue reading Allegiance: The Hand that Rocks the Cradle – Chapter Two
It was business as usual at the Athena VIP Lounge as first-class patrons went about their usual business of shoving their money in each other’s faces. There was nothing common about this lounge. Continue reading Allegiance: The Hand that Rocks the Cradle – Chapter One
Would you dare get married again?
This is the question I get asked often, this and “are you ready to start dating again?” Because I am a divorcee, somehow people expect me to loathe the idea of marriage. They tell me they would understand if I said “Hell nah, aint doing no marriage no more!” If I could paint the looks on some of the faces that ask me this question, I would be somewhere up there with the Picasso’s of the world. Continue reading Chronicles of a Divorcee: Dare to get Married, Again? 😯