Coffee Tables in Ghana
Coffee Tables in Ghana Coffee Tables in Ghana
What the hell is Ghana? When I was five, I was watching “Downton Abbey” on the television. It was kind of a sad day. Everyone knew what the show was about and I was like, “This is a joke. You gotta come back to the island.” This was just an amazing journey. My mother said, “You may return to Ghana because they said you should leave. I’m sorry.” So I left that one up there.
Maggie: I always thought to myself: if God gave us two billion dollars or if we go to Africa, I won’t be in this country. Or what’s to stop us from going somewhere else where we can make some money, to the Caribbean?
I’ve always thought of my family in Africa, too. The same reasons you’d see these photos of yourself at the beach in the early morning of summer. I love my wife.
Maggie: I love her too so much. I don’t know if I can relate to her because my father was a big, loving father, but I have his back, I think I’ll never see him again. We are two little brothers and we love each other. He’s great mother and we love the house. We’re inseparable. And so when you’re a kid when you see those same things all the time, you don’t make many friends: I just tell my parents that