I have never been comfortable sharing my life story with people I am not familiar with. However, recently, after spending a good portion of time chasing the missing pieces of my past—those not documented on either photo or film—I am confident that I am meant to share my story with the world.
When I moved from Zambia to America in 2006, I started documenting the moments I shared with friends and family. Over time, I have accumulated so many photos and videos that I feel I should start stringing together my story; hence, this blog.
Moving to America broadened my perception of the “world” and “life”, in general. It instilled in me a deep love of travel and the compulsion to film each and every one of my experiences. But before I delve any deeper into blogging, I thought it important that I share some fun facts about me and what you should (maybe not) expect from me.
I am from Zambia, a landlocked country in central southern Africa.
My family comes from a small village in the eastern part of Zambia where we have twenty two huts all belonging to my family. Hopefully, I will take you there sometime soon.
I come from the Ngoni tribe who descended from the famous Zulu tribe of South Africa.
I am the only one in my family living in America (which has its downfalls, at times).
I am married to a fun loving wife.
I have a wiener dog that I named after my ancestral king, Shaka Zulu.
This blog will showcase my experiences in my new life. Eventually, I will show you my tribe and culture.
My life in America and the many places I travel to never cease to amaze me. Every day of my life is a learning experience for new things and that’s the whole essence of this blog. Let’s learn new things together.