Living on the Knife’s Edge

It was lovely having a three day weekend both last weekend and this weekend, especially as that resulted in a three day work week and everyone loves that! Assuming that you are getting paid of course. I am very grateful for paid holidays, especially in such a stressful time as the Covid Era with so …

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Kept In The Dark

The issues with load shedding have carried on with us all having to plan around when we can cook and function in our every day lives. It's such an inconvenience. Especially as it seems that the schedule changes on a whim. On Valentine's night, Norm and I went out and did not know there was …

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Three Bad Things

I've always heard that bad things come in threes, but I am sure that I have exceeded that count recently. On Monday night I was notified that Jay, one of my dearest and oldest friends, had passed away. https://www.instagram.com/p/vH3jDKyLCn/?igshid=4v09twtymr5p Jay and I went to Junior School and High School together, Jay was in the class …

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Dirt, Water & Foxes

Last Thursday South Africa swore in Cyril Ramaphosa as our new President and the State of the Nation Address (SONA) occurred on Friday. I have added in a clip of some of the high points as the full speech is rather long. This clip highlights the difference in how our new President Ramaphosa expresses himself in …

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