5.30 am, that’s how early i had to wake up, and considering it was the Easter weekend, i was not a happy camper lol. I was heading to my grandma’s at Kangema for a ruracio (dowry exchange celebration).
The reason for the early wake up call is that we (my mum and I and a couple of others) were on cooking duty.
This was the scene when we arrived…a miniature river running right through the compound. Heavy rains were a feature of the day, but undeterred the women cooked…quite vigorously i might add lol
Mukimo (mashed potatoes), pilau, njahi (black eyed peas) and beef stew were some of the foods featuring in the menu.
We eat big back at home lol
Part of the reason i love my grandma’s place is seeing all the crochet pieces she’s made, an example is this…
And here is grandma..looking very serious during the proceedings…after all it was her daughter getting the dowry lol
Thanks for the support and remember y’all, #LoveLife
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