I received an email today from FROSCH Student Travel, the agency that booked the CSU Students’ round trip ticket back in August. I was excited, scared, nervous. I opened the email and there… Continue reading

Goodbye forever?

“If you’re brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello” -Paulo Coelho Pictured above: Left Row (front to back): Shatesha Morris third year at CSU, Sacramento, Amma Fordjour… Continue reading

Mt. Afadjato

WHO ELSE CAN SAY, “I CLIMBED THE HIGHEST PEAK IN GHANA!”? Mt. Afadjato The trip took an arm and a leg, maybe even more, but I wouldn’t trade the experience for anything that… Continue reading

Bad case of Homesickness?

Maybe this is just a normal component of studying abroad. My emotions fluctuate often. One minute I feel like I am the happiest person alive, and am so free here. The next I… Continue reading

It is All an ART

You cannot understand Africa, or Ghana, through television, or even word of mouth. It takes experience and true humility. It takes a good pair of glasses that allows you too see everything as… Continue reading

Weather in Ghana

Back  in the states, winter is approaching. People are bringing out their pea-coats and scarves. In Ghana, we aren’t packing up our “summer” attire. In fact, we won’t need any of the long… Continue reading

All for A Package….

This is a lengthy read, so brace yourself! The day was hectic to say the least. My uncle was in town, he flew in on November 4th to celebrate my 21st birthday with… Continue reading

A Kind Gesture Goes a Long Way

 Captured Aug. 25th, 2016 This is the most important and meaningful picture on these pages. Here is why: I was on my way back to the International Student Hostel, sitting in a car… Continue reading

Wow. I’m 21.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! I guess it’s all apart of growing and evolving as an individual. Maybe, it’s just me attacking my own mind in the process of growth. Who knows. I am… Continue reading

?Twenty One? ALREADY??

In just a few days, I will be 21 years of age…. I still can’t fathom the fact that I am turning 21 in Africa. Truthfully, I don’t know how to feel. I… Continue reading