Currying Flavour

This week my new project officially kicked off and we spent time getting onboarded by attending workshops or meetings. A new project is always exhausting as your brain is trying to absorb the background while envisioning the future. It is a huge project and I am one of the Data Architects. My responsibilities involve data …

Continue reading Currying Flavour

Light & Dark

Cape Town is one of those cities where the weather can be very unpredictable especially at this time of year. We were delighted with the sunny weather we have had recently after our bout of much needed rain. My garden is lush and green,  the lawn is mostly weeds but at least they are green …

Continue reading Light & Dark

Priscilla and The Butcher

I've had a fabulous weekend despite the turmoil going on politically in both my country of residence as well as my country of birth. One problem that is going on here in South Africa which touched us last week is the ongoing war between the metered taxis and Uber drivers. In South Africa a taxi …

Continue reading Priscilla and The Butcher

The Sisterhood

This week I was reading an article about the many women who mother us throughout our lives. I only have a few of these women who come immediately to mind with a maternal influence, other than my mom and my beloved maternal Gran. My Grandmother has been with me through various life incarnations, we were definitely …

Continue reading The Sisterhood

there but for the grace of the gods….

Last Monday seemed to come round so quickly as it was just a regular two day weekend. It had started to get chilly so I was happy to have Sunday's leftover soup for lunch. I got in early to a stunning sunrise outside my office window.    As we hadn't done a proper weekly shop …

Continue reading there but for the grace of the gods….