“Hallelujah,” she said the last word, drawing it out
I climbed around inside, securing the kids, who’d been kept out too late, into the car seats.
When you're waiting for your nephew
I’ve been told I have a resting “please-come-talk-to-me” face, though I very rarely actually want strangers to talk to me.
Swagger and unconditional love
At a time of increased tension in national politics, and a sharp crackdown on press freedom, the oasis of Changi International is a welcome one.
I didn’t figure anything out, but on the way back to Anu Ma’s house, we bought pomegranates.
“Honey what was with the drive by good bye? I turned around and you were gone.”
As much as coming to America has changed how my niece views family, my interaction with her have Gambianized my own view.