These are the first three books (English version) of the popular Aya of Yop City (a.k.a Aya de Yopougon) books. It is a series of graphic novels that tell the “lighthearted story about life in the Ivory Coast during the … Continue reading →
I had several ideas for this week’s challenge, but finally settled on this one. These are Glitter Ball Cookies. I have never tried these before, but they look quite enticing, don’t you think? The colors definitely help.
I used to think that Thai Food was exactly like Chinese food. Wrong! They’re quite different. Not to mention that what we call “Chinese Food” is not authentic Chinese cuisine. But we’ll leave that discussion for another day. I recently … Continue reading →
From the moment I read the topic for the weekly challenge, I had a certain image in mind. The problem though was settling on the best representation of what I saw in my heart. This proved to be a bit … Continue reading →
I know this week’s challenge will soon come to an end, but I figured I would turn in my entry before the deadline. Better late than never, right? I took this image from the Peabody Hotel in Memphis. One … Continue reading →
This is my first “Weekly Photo Challenge” entry. This week’s challenge is titled Illumination, and this picture is from one of the Vesta Model Homes I visited last year. Those lights are gorgeous. I wonder what they would look like … Continue reading →