Sad goodbye to Yaro and auntie Mary, this is the worst part of leaving.
Gifts from Yaro and auntie Mary, thank you so much.
An important person in my life and many thoughts about how I would ever find him and if I did, would he be alive.
Today we were at Ghacem, got a great tour around the Tema Plant and saw the development and also increased production rate. I had also talked to Kwesi Dickson, the Works Manager of today, about my search for Yaro. Kwesi did all he could to help me with this and he also knew about Yaro as Yaro worked at Ghacems cantina till his retirement.
After the tour around the area, we went to Kwesi´s office and who was standing below looking up wondering who had been asking for him and also picked him up with the Ghacem driver. It was Yaro and I started crying, my extra dad, friend and care-taker still alive and looking wonderful.
Kwesi had really helped me and worked his butt out to find Yaro, thank you so much Kwesi, it was really magical, magical. Afterwards Kwesi sent Karl-Axel, Yaro and myself for a trip back to Yaro´s house where we met his wife who bursted out CARINA and I cried some more. After that we decided to go back and meet them at Yaro´s house on Sunday afternoon and they also want to see my siblings so a Skype session is planned for the same afternoon and my mom has to attend it as well.
3 viktiga personer under min uppväxt. Yaro var vår stewart och hans barn var ofta hos oss och lekte, John-Kofi var singel och bodde i boysquarters och var som en storebror, (gisses vad vi retade honom när han hade tjejer där) och John, vår kock som mamma lärde baka svenska kanelbullar, hans barn var också hos oss och lekte med oss.
Inte att förglömma Bobby som sitter så fint vid John-Kofi´s sida. Allihopa står framför vårt palaverhouse