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Progress Begins with Your Attitude!

The room was dead silent as Akua gently climbed the steps to the stage. She refused to turn her head left to look at the large crowd for fear of running off stage. Today was her day. And she wasn’t going to allow her innate stage fright to win over the countless number of rehearsal… Continue reading Progress Begins with Your Attitude!

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Frivolous Cravings (5)

I know we were supposed to have had a date last three weeks but then…(Let’s just leave it at dots). I hope you have been good though. I have been/am awesome! The last time I posted, Fiifi and Nana Yaa had sorted out their quarrel concerning the expensive wedding planner Yaa had selected. Turns out… Continue reading Frivolous Cravings (5)

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Frivolous Cravings (4)

Challleee, it looks like WordPress is more interested in me writing the story than myself…the app was finishing and rewriting sentences for me la๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I am just joking. Hope you had a great day. Let’s crown it with an episode, shall we? Dig in!!! ——————————————————— Episode 4 Communication ‘I am sorry!’ Yaa blurted out suddenly.… Continue reading Frivolous Cravings (4)

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Frivolous Cravings (3)

It’s Wednesday! Let’s get down! Episode 3 The Wedding Planner Fii stared at Yaa as she chartered on and on to the wedding planner they had both selected. They had just finished off a month of counselling and were actively putting plans in place for the wedding. Fii shifted in his chair and cleared his… Continue reading Frivolous Cravings (3)

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Frivolous Cravings (2)

I am sure y’all thought I had forgotten about you. Tweeaa, the Holy Spirit won’t allow me sef๐Ÿ˜‚ …enjoy today’s episode. Dig in! —————————————————————– Episode 2 Her Parents…His Mum Fiifi let out his breath slowly. He didn’t realise he had even been holding it. ‘My parents are not monsters Fii…you’ve met them before.’ Yaa teased… Continue reading Frivolous Cravings (2)

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Frivolous Cravings

Hello there, So after yesterday’s totally emotional post, we are starting in grand style. I began working on this story on 9th December, 2017 (yes o…last year) Thing is I am on the 3rd episode so let’s see how it goes. I am posting the story exactly how I wrote it.(obviously I will make corrections… Continue reading Frivolous Cravings

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Let it all Out! ๐Ÿ˜‡

There’s this thing they say about life, that  If you allow life, it just might swallow you up whole.๐Ÿค” I believe that’s exactly what happened to my writing. Or rather has been happening to my blog posts for the past year. Thing is I got a new job and other added responsibilities so I began… Continue reading Let it all Out! ๐Ÿ˜‡

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Pushed To The Wall

The Finale Rahab’s misty eyes stared at the ruins that used to be her city- her home. It was burnt to ashes- she felt the most pain in that city, but there has been joy too….thinking of Joy, she was sure that is what she felt when Salmon took her up into his strong arms.… Continue reading Pushed To The Wall

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Pushed To The Wall

Episode 5 Silence and fear lay thick on the city of Jericho like a wet cloak. Nobody was allowed in and nobody allowed out. Though the people were scared- they knew that their wall was their strongest fortress and will definitely give the Israelites a tough time. They will be doomed only after the wall… Continue reading Pushed To The Wall

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Pushed To The Wall

Episode 4 Rahab’s mum sat up staring at her sleeping family, they were all sleeping in the living room- Rahab had insisted they do that. Rahab; she sighed at the thought of the name….this girl was so different these days. She had always been different, her father used to call her the ‘special one’. Her… Continue reading Pushed To The Wall