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The Spirit of Black Africa Meets

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After observing how we all merged that memorable day I could not help but feel blessed. To be immersed in that singular family with some of its oldest members rooted in our connection to the 19th century, and to, without much planning, have expressed life as it once was, was thrilling and intriguing at the same time. Continue reading

Bea’s Rundon

I was settling down for another one of our chats as Bea said to me, “See Son in our days there was many water holes, where big fish them just was ready to be fished out. So we would plan and make a game out of everything.Going and fishing was like goin an’ wash clothes, an’ we had lot’ a clothes to wash all the time. Continue reading