Word on the street is that I have more readers than I thought, most of which are Ghanaian…this is awkward. I guess the saying “careful what you put on the Internet” is true. But I haven’t put anything that isn’t true, in my opinion, on my blog. So those of you reading who are not my Grammie and are getting offended, too bad for you! I can put whatever I want on my blog and if you don’t like that’s your problem. Solution? Hmm…maybe stop reading it? Some may think that I put Ghana in a bad light, well, yeah. For the first solid 4 months I absolutely loathed the idea of waking up in the morning and being Ghana. That was mostly due to the people I was surrounded by. So of course when I blogged it was mostly a negative perspective. Am I sorry? Nope! A negative perspective is better than no perspective. This is what a blog is for, well somehow. An insiders view on Ghana who has been living here for seven months. Actually wouldn’t it be worse if I lied and said Ghana was filled unicorns and happiness and then you came and found out I was a dirty liar?
I think so.
But now I’m as happy as a kid in a candy store, I love Ghana. That being said I think you have seen a difference in my blogging, yes?
Okay maybe not.
This blog is just basically trying to say: if you think I’m making Ghana look bad to people who read my blog, that’s too bad. I won’t change what I’ve written and all of what I have said has been, once again, in my opinion, true, anyway it doesn’t matter. What’s written in written.