Christmas Ghana Style (of course it involves goats!)


The holidays have come to all creatures on this earth. How are you celebrating them? This is how some of my fellow bloggers are honoring the holidays.

Nana Kofi was especially happy with his gift this year, Ato KD sent a message to all who is close to his heart and interact with him on his blog, Holli decorated her unorthodox tree, Afrocentric urged us to think twice about what we are celebrating, Maya Maame has been xmas style busy and Yngvild has some authentic snow on offer!

As for me, I am celebrating with my Ghanaian family. Yesterday we had fun at the local beach. Swimming and enjoying some softdrinks and "biskits". Today early in the morning two goats were slaughtered and they are being cooked I write this. Soon, I will be going over to my mother-in-law's for goat light soup, dance and laughter, cousins and uncles, drinks and jokes!

Dear reader, I wish for you a time of year that is not just about filling your belly, but also filling yourself with stories to take you through the next year.

And may I suggest: If you overflow with tales, you might want to start blogging?

Pic: Santa in my friend Vera's house.


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4 comments:

Gayle Pescud said...

I love that Santa. We saw a Santa on the back of a pick-up in Bolga but wearing a really scary Latin American looking mask!
Thanks for the post. I didn't get around to a Christmas Post this time. Happy New Year.
Gayle
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Kajsa Hallberg Adu said...

Thanks Gayle and Happy New Year to you too!

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

that's the kind of christmas i would i could have. everything you had, especially the goat ;-)

Kajsa Hallberg Adu said...

Maybe next year, we have to slaughter the goat in my backyard so I can invite friends :-) Afehyia pa, Nana Yaw!

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