They start so innocently and with no insidious intention. Knatte: “Did you turn off the lights?” Fnatte: “Yes, except the hall light because you were still up.” Knatte: “Don’t use me as an excuse. You forgot the light on, again…!” Fnatte: “Why don’t you just turn it off? Its on your way to the bathroom…!” … More Love Is…Circular Conversations – Happy New Year 2018! May the Light be with You!
Love is: Knowing that the kitchen will be a total, utter, mess when he is done cooking, and finding it in yourself, deep down, to relax and let it happen anyways. The meal will be delicious, so why the hell not? You have already fought, nagged, blackmailed and sulked one thousand and seventy eight times … More Love Is – A Messy Kitchen
I am a paradox of needs. When I celebrate Christmas in Kenya, I miss the quiet Swedish Christmas. When in Sweden, I miss the crowded, noisy Christmas in Kenya. Kenyan Christmases are a noisy feast, due to the mere fact that everybody available is invited. Most adults will bring their favorite music with them and … More Happy Holidays!
This Christmas, I celebrate that my Afro has turned four years old. A milestone. I have managed to walk by relaxers without succumbing to the promise of “straight easy to handle hair” for 48 months, 208 weeks, 1, 456 days. After these years, kitchen ingredients are no longer just cooking ingredients, they are hair and … More Transformations that Change us
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In Libya, a man became a slave today, a strong farm hand for $400. We will never be able to deny that we knew. It could be my brother Eric. It isn’t. A Privilege. Slaves are being sold in Libya. They are black. In 1526, the first transatlantic slave voyage to Brazil was completed successfully. … More #SlaveryOfBlackAfricans in 2017