West Africa: NIGERIA 2
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Rosemary lives with her parents and siblings. Both of her parents are teachers. Her television viewing is limited to cartoons and childrens shows. The family ends their day with Bible study.
She attends a mission school and her day there begins with prayer and singing. The boys in the class can be noisy. Rosemary wants to take the home economics classes her mother teaches so that she will be able to cook and make things for her husband and family when she grows up.
Rosemary takes us to her grandmother's home, the local stream to get water, a Kola nut ceremony conducted by her father, the local markets, and to get her hair braided.