Cowboy Hats, Caftans and the Bermuda Triangle

The week between Christmas and New Years is notoriously a bit of a black hole. The Bermuda Triangle of Annual Leave. What day is it? What have we been doing? Where have we been? This period of time can usually be tracked by the places we have gone, the people we have seen, entertained or …

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Plagued with Problems

The entire planet seems to be in a panic about the risk of contracting Covid-19. At the time of writing this, South Africa was reporting 51 cases, and all of those infected people had traveled overseas. This was an increase of 13 additional cases from a report I had read the previous day and an …

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Deserving

I was told recently to 'lighten up' and I realized that I have become a very serious person and wondered when that shift occurred from the 'up for anything' mad version of myself. I have never been frivolous or silly, I think it is not in my nature. I've always been self deprecating, that comes …

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Listen to the Coyote

This past weekend I barely feel as if I caught my breath! It was non-stop from start to finish. In fact since my last blog I have been really busy. Maybe this is due to the warmer weather erratically arriving? On Wednesday after work Retha came for drinks and afterwards I cooked dinner. I made …

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The Cross Pollination of Religions

I find it so ironic that most of our world's wars and fighting are due to lack of acceptance of other people's religious beliefs when in fact most religions have so many common threads running through them. Why can we not just accept our differences and find our areas of commonality and treasure our individuality? …

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