Foodiebration! Part 2

Over the past month, I have been able to try out different types of cuisines that I had never had before. I share some of my ‘food’ experiences. 1.  Chinese Hot Pot So the first cuisine I had was Chinese Hot Pot. I had never been to a hot pot restaurant before, therefore I hadContinue reading “Foodiebration! Part 2”

‘Attention Please’ & ‘Tagged’

Have you always wondered what it would be like to attend an art exhibit ? Well, for the first time, I attended a free art exhibition held at the Fine Arts Building (FAB) Gallery at The University of Alberta. Tanya Harnett’s Attention Please showcased two main bodies of work including persona grata and Scarred Scared Water.Continue reading “‘Attention Please’ & ‘Tagged’”

My Garnett Year (21)

In celebration of the NBA season that recently kicked off in October, I decided to release this post which I wrote sometime after my birthday this summer. As I moved out of my teen years I remember feeling this sense of urgency and responsibility to grow up and walk in my purpose. I started seeingContinue reading “My Garnett Year (21)”

Mo’s NBA TidBits

 Current Favorite player : Giannis Antetokounmpo The boy is good! Picture the taller and leaner version of Lebron James. He is able to do everything and almost anything on the basketball court. He’s definitely one to watch for the future. Favorite basketball show : NBA The Starters I’m kinda representing #WeTheNorth with this choice. FavoriteContinue reading “Mo’s NBA TidBits”

Summer Throwback

It recently started snowing in Edmonton, Canada (literally two days ago), so I thought I would relive the glory days of the summer by throwing it back to some events that I attended this past summer. So every summer there’s a fun fair exhibition known as K-Days (Klondike Days) that is held for 10 daysContinue reading “Summer Throwback”

Music Corner with Mo

  William Shakespeare once said “If music be the food of love, then play on.” This shows how powerful music can be to the human soul; it can inspire such strong emotions such as love. For me, music has been one of the greatest tools in helping me uncover God’s unending love for me. Here,Continue reading “Music Corner with Mo”

The Power of Voices and Story Telling

Recently, I attended a performance at the Timms Center for Arts. The performances also doubled as a story telling workshop where the two guest performers, Chunga Otiende and Tololwa Mollel shared tips on how to tell a good story. Since the title of the workshop was ‘A Story Evening from East Africa’, both performers incorporatedContinue reading “The Power of Voices and Story Telling”

#ExploreEdmonton

This year Canada reaches a great milestone and turns 150. I have been living here for a while now but haven’t really explored and enjoyed the beauty of this country as much as I should. In fact, I think a lot of people tend to disregard Canada because they are so intrigued by our North American ‘neighbor‘. Although, withContinue reading “#ExploreEdmonton”