Arinta’s Guardian

It is not in my place to ask him questions. I do not ask because I should not. He recently contracted my chambers as his attorney for LIFE. As long as he is not breaking any law, I will keep my peace. But we all know that he returned from Arinta Waterfalls a different man. … Continue reading Arinta’s Guardian

The Ruckus At Erin-Ijesha

At least the Indian guy had decorum. Raju or whatever my husband calls him. The other one, Goody, or whatever her name is was just plain getting on my nerves! They were both seated behind in my car. We were behind the Toyota Hiace bus #backpackersabuja had chartered to convey the rowdy bunch to some … Continue reading The Ruckus At Erin-Ijesha

Serti Takum

"Veni veni, Emmanuel captivum solve Israel, qui gemit in exsilio, privatus Dei Filio. Gaude! Gaude! Emmanuel, nascetur pro te Israel!" I do not think that there are many of us left. I am afraid I may be the last one. Lore, strange truths were whispered in my ears from birth. From lips I never saw. … Continue reading Serti Takum

Mayo Kam 

I am not originally a Backpacker®. I only signed up for this trip because I was tired. I was tired of life. I was tired of being alive. I actually went on that trip hoping to die. Misadventure, murder, animal attack... Anything. Even via the auspices of the pack of prescription sleeping tablets I had … Continue reading Mayo Kam 

Chappal Wadi

About my Christmas... It was supposed to be nice and easy. Time spent with family and friends. That is until she called me from the fire. My muse I mean. Not the young, hot one though. It was old, old mother. I was stir-frying venison and vegetables on the 21st of December 2017 when the … Continue reading Chappal Wadi