I grew up in a culture where children were supposed to be seen but not heard. I was born & raised in Zimbabwe. In Southern Africa. That was not unusual but the usual, emulated and expected. Seen but, not heard-Around Continue reading Thy, must be seen but not heard?
Learning Shona Fast Learning Shona can be difficult but can also be fun.Depending on the learner’s attitude and the skill of the teacher. Zig Ziglar said, “It is your attitude, more than your aptitude, that will determine your altitude.” Shona is one Continue reading Learning Shona language fast
Wedding things This was 1993 and we were still paying our wedding debts. Specifically, the video and picture. Really, what were we thinking? We had multiple pictures for each moment. There is this thing we women usually want. We want Continue reading Wedding things-from our wedding’s experience
Rich-colorful. Rich with resources; minerals agricultural, educated people, also hardworking multitaskers tourism; Wildlife birds animals; zebras lions monkeys baboons Rich-Colorful in day-to-day life Rich-colorful; The people generally appreciate the beauty In rural areas, they love Continue reading Rich and colorful
Multitaskers of Africa They toil they’re powerful very energetic they carry water from the wells or boreholes they are cooks carry firewood from the bushes as well as work in the fields. Multitasking women of Africa-what else do they do? Continue reading Multitaskers of Africa
This is another language – culture, ladies, and gentlemen. The language is called Shona. Shona is one of the two main native languages in Zimbabwe. And, I am Zimbabwean born and raised. Zimbabwe is in Southern Africa, just north of Continue reading Another Language and culture