I am extremely delighted writing to you this letter. OK, I know that by the Grace of the Almighty God you are fine. I am very blissful that I have heard from you again. I want to ask you some questions. How did you celebrate your Christmas? Firstly, I celebrated Christmas with happiness. It was my younger sister’s birthday so we went to the National Cultural Centre which is located in the Garden City and capital of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, near the Okompo Anokye Hospital, and is indeed one of the top-most tourist sites in the area.
After we have finished visiting the National Culture Centere, suddenly my sister was building castles in the air, so she was more excited. Unknowingly, she got frail. But rapidly we purchased some medicine. I was very depressed at that moment. My sister was exhausted.
I was very happy that God helped my sister. It is very critical that my community is safe, . . . . My community is big and has no community hall. We have a river called River Pra, and a mount called Mountains Olivarest. In the wet season, most of our crops planted in Ghana are destroyed. So farmers find it very difficult because it rains cats and dogs. Mostly farmers try and look for an aid from the government.
In a nutshell, in Ghana, the sun glints in the dry season.
When I go to school I give my teacher reverence. . . . Every morning I often go to school with the bus. In my school we commenced our classes exactly at 6:00 in the morning. When I am at home I always do laundry every Saturday morning. I visit my cousins once in the blue moon. Sometimes out of the blue we visit the zoo. I want to ask you some questions.
How did you spend your Christmas holidays?
What is the name of your blue eyed?
What day is your red letter day?
What church do you attend?
What are the names of your siblings?
Do you have cousins, and what are their names?
Are you depressed when something bad happens to your family members?
What are the names of your grandparents, and what are their ages?