Author: nana

Offences

Have you ever felt really disappointed? Like you had expectations about something or someone, and they somehow managed to let you down? Well I’m here to tell you today that “Life is not that deep”, as a friend of mine always says. “You don’t know how badly that person hurt […]

Lockdown Chronicles

Lockdown Chronicles (2)

Hi my favorite reader! Someway, somehow, your prayers worked and I finally got some rice! 😀 I’ll be concluding my lockdown experience with this episode, but who says the lockdown chronicles have to end? I’d love to hear about your own experiences and will be glad to share them here […]

Lockdown Chronicles

Lockdown Chronicles (1)

“There’s a disease going round. But you’ll be fine. Just wear your masks, wash your hands and be careful.” We all turned to look at one another. It was just a flu, right? It couldn’t be that bad. None of us gave it a second thought. “Don’t forget to come […]

Our own story to tell

Here’s a short piece from one of my own…a young Ghanaian man whose occasional short pieces inspire me and manage to make his readers smile in the process. This particular peace made me feel hopeful, reminding me that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that we […]

First the climb, then the view…

I hit snooze on my alarm. “Who sent me at all?” I asked myself as I gathered the willpower to get out of bed. I had signed up for a hiking trip and I knew if I didn’t get up now I’d miss the bus. Get up, Show up After […]

The Woman with Many Hats

“I love your braids!” I had been seeing her for some time at church…the calm lady with the longest dreadlocks I had seen in a very long time. She looked familiar and I later remembered I had come across her profile on LinkedIn. One day I decided to say hi, […]