Aya de Yopougon (Yop City) Goes to the Public Library

Well, technically, books cannot walk. Unassisted ūüėČ So, Aya got a little help from me. Aya de Yopougon is the original name of the graphic novel series written by Marguerite Abouet and ¬†illustrated by her husband, Clement Oubrerie. ¬†It tells … Continue reading

Caption This: Brave “Little” Heart

I have often wondered why I could never be truly ‘friends’ with an animal, and I think I finally have an answer: Food! Yes, I would be dreaming of when the animal would be ripe for grilling. ¬†Think ‘fattened calf.’ … Continue reading

Caption This: Hillbilly Limbmozene Service

  I saw this ‘work of art’ at the Delta Fair I blogged about earlier this week. ¬†Would you ride in this car to a wedding? Tufiakwa! ¬†Especially not with that ‘person’ in there. ¬†Just in case you wanted to … Continue reading

5 Fun Reasons why Johnny was so long at the Fair

Remember that nursery rhyme, ‘Oh Dear! What can the matter be?’ Here’s the version I remember: O dear, what can the matter be? O dear, what can the matter be? O dear, what can the matter be? Johnny’s so long … Continue reading

CAPTION THIS: Are they married?

I walked into a fish store and while the butchers were cleaning the fish, I saw these two¬†sitting on a counter. They reminded me of that folktale,¬†The Princess and the Frog. ¬†The Disney animated cartoon of this story is not … Continue reading