Olympic Refugee Team I watched much of the Olympic Opening Ceremony last night. The beginning portrayed the history of Brazil, immigration, slave trade, and urban development. Then came the parade of athletes. Did you watch? I love seeing the U.S. … Continue reading →
We shared Thanksgiving with family at my daughter’s home, I delighted my daughter and her husband’s Aunt Marion with fried plantain for the day after. Critique of Nigerian politics from author Okey Ndibe, and bomb blast in Kano.
The Dibia Part IV In the last post I told you that Obi and I agreed with the Dibia on what we had to bring as an offering and we divided up the tasks. I had to get the chicken, the schnapps, … Continue reading →