13 Sep

Akwaaba!!! Welcome to Ghana. My new name? Abena. Ready for my Twi? Me din de Abena! Yeah i’m proud (:So here I am in Ghana, so far it’s been …hectic! When people said “it’s like New York” i definitely thought they were just being dramatic, but Accra is crazy!! Markets selling everything and anything that you could ever inagine, the cutesy little beggars you’ve ever seen, the most colorful clothing you’ve ever seen. Basically it’s just awesome here.
The culture is so rich here, the language is so different than anything i’ve ever heard, there’s Twi, Gha, French,English(with VERY strong accents, everything. I love it! Right now i’m blogging off of my iPod touch and it’s extremely tedious. So after I meet and settle in with my family I’ll be over it


4 Responses to “Akwaaba”

  1. ghanawiththewind September 13, 2011 at 10:48 am #

    I am so glad you are liking it there. I hope you keep enjoying your time there. I am so proud of you. I love you

  2. Grammie September 13, 2011 at 7:29 pm #

    Hey there ABENA…….I am so happy to see that you have added more to your blog and that you are happy there. I too am very proud of you and love you MORE.

    • Nana September 13, 2011 at 9:36 pm #

      Abena, I started a reply and then pushed the wrong button so don’t know if you will get it or not. In any case, I am so happy for you and it seems you are in a very caring home for which I am greatful.

      I love you and you are missed.


  3. Aunt Tawni September 14, 2011 at 12:36 am #

    Abena! I love that name! It’s so pre-ty, like model or cheerleader, somethin’ pre-ty. 🙂 Love you, Boo!

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