First of all, hi guys! You must know that I love you even though I have a rather ridiculous way of showing it. Second of all, thank you to the few people who take this blog seriously and wander over here every once in a while to look at the pretty animals or even to cuss me out for being so stingy with posts. Mwah!
Now then, on to the main order of business. It is Christmas morning and I am going through the usual family traditions, because money (or the lack thereof) prevented me from fleeing the country and having true peace of mind in the abroad. Anyway, I’ve been meaning to share photos from my visit to the Abuja Arts and Crafts Village for some time now, so here goes. I’d had a rather depressing meeting one Monday morning, and decided to go and relax my nerves.
I made friends with a painter/sculptor named Edwin, who spoke to me about the difficulties involved in making art money instead of for art’s sake.
Not to bore you with too much talk, let me share a few pictures that I truly liked.
So there you have it. Have a great Christmas, everyone! I wish you a new year with more things ticked off your bucket list than not 😉