Why my son was denied entry into the genocide museum

If you haven't read part 1 about my recent trip to Kigali, please read that first because it will give you some background on my overall experience in Rwanda. I spent approximately 2 nights and three days in the country as a whole, traveling between Kigali city in the central region and Lake Kivu which … Continue reading Why my son was denied entry into the genocide museum

Did he just try to take my money?

Today,  we were out and about looking at cars...again. Yes sir! I am actually serious about this car thing. I repeat. I'm seriously mulling over whether or not I should purchase a car in Uganda. Why can't I just rent or lease like I did in the UAE? I'm not looking forward to driving in Uganda...here's why. … Continue reading Did he just try to take my money?

Don’t give up!

The last week of school...ahhhh. What can I say... I made it. I know, I can give you the infamous woe is me speech but I won't. Initially, I doubted my capability to handle the transition, primarily from an emotional perspective since I knew that my son wouldn’t be joining me this year. I tell … Continue reading Don’t give up!

Disadvantages to raising black children abroad

If you read my last post, I highlighted some of the benefits of raising African-American children overseas. In hindsight, I’ve also experienced situations that weren’t so pleasant. They were more like stark splashes of reality that kept my third eye open and aware. This post is about some of the disadvantages to raising African-American children … Continue reading Disadvantages to raising black children abroad