GHANA LIFE | Motherhood | NSOROMMA DIARIES

LIFE LATELY

December 29, 2014
TNP SAKUMONO BEACH

[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”JHV1Pao93mk2AZGpbx5K2aQyI0qMFi7h”] Whew! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Isn’t it paradoxical, that the more of you that read my musings, the more terrified I get? I want to be worthy of being read, I want it all to be perfect, I get scared of opening up, my heart bare, my imperfections glaring up from […]

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GHANA LIFE | Motherhood | NSOROMMA DIARIES

Baby Announcement

December 19, 2014

It’s Friday afternoon. Outside the house, all is mostly quiet except for the low humming of A/Cs. Inside the house, vintage high life music plays on the radio, soothing mother and baby M to sleep. Yep, baby M!!! I’ve got the most exciting news! Isn’t it amazing how swiftly life can change in the space […]

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NSOROMMA DIARIES | Personal Development

A SHORT MANIFESTO FOR 2015

December 10, 2014
manifesto2015

LIVE. Don’t over-think things. Don’t stay indoors and inside your head. Go out. Work hard, play harder. Make mistakes. A lot of them. Fail and fail hard. Then let the lessons guide you in your next ventures. Take care of your health – eat clean. SEE. Look at people in the face when you talk […]

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NSOROMMA DIARIES | Personal Development

TOMORROW IS NOT PROMISED

December 4, 2014

[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”o42V6WbaSCMh6kC3GjWxy2WXzfDpRFCB”] “Tomorrow is not promised” So says a bold sign at the roundabout area at the Accra Mall. Every time we drive past that area, my eyes are irresistibly drawn towards it, and it never fails to make me slow down on whatever I’m doing to just think about life. We don’t like to […]

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POEMS

The Prayer of A Heart-broken One

December 3, 2014
prayer of heartbroken one

[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”p8ZTl5t3cXFYOcx3stylBNUd7fqSBsz8″] The present is despondent, The future is uncertain. The world is in turmoil, My heart is abroken. The fatherless children call out to you, Lord. Where are you, God? Rendered a widow, the woman calls out in sorrow; Where are you, God? How much longer do we have to endure the devaluation of […]

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