Chocolate Mousse

Nutrition To Fit
Nutrition To Fit

The first time I ever had Chocolate mousse was on a night out with my sister friend Rati. I swear overtime new memories pop up on the socials I’m reminded just how far back we really go.

She’s indeed what one would call a day one, we have and continue to try our utmost best to be intentional about showing up and pouring into each others cups. We were together the night I first had Chocolate mousse, BTO had extended an invitation for a showcase they were taking to the world and she was my plus one.

We even had unnecessary car troubles getting to the venue to add to the excitement and obviously adventurous evening. We drove over a piece of broken bottle but with a filling station a couple of meters away we were safe. A few things stand out from that evening, most of all was meeting the amazing Wilson Ngoni, a painter and writer from Botswana. He is a maestro who paints beautifully, his art reflects deep emotion and often has frozen moments of the day to day African life in all forms.

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