Yesterday, I dropped the screw cap off my hand-cream. I was in the car and I looked back to see reflections of amber robots through the rain drops and I squeezed my hand down the side of the chair, I … Continue reading Just out of my reach
Love and home. My two favourites things. Just. J’adore ~ Continue reading We will love forever ~
“I haven’t always lived in Africa you know.” Yes you have. “No, not now, in other times. I couldn’t say, but I have memories from before, from a long time ago. Of other lands, different horizons, different smells. Water, and … Continue reading Conversations with myself – Other times
So I am thinking about starting to drink tea again. I gave it up a couple of years ago for a reason that escapes me now but which I am sure was justified at the time. I do recall though that I stopped liking it. But it is so appealing, the act of drinking tea. PLUS I would then be justified in saying things like, ‘ta’, ‘bless’ and my favourite, ‘tiddle pop.’ Actually, I have many fond memories surrounding tea. Early morning tea in my parents bed, the sound of the tea trolley being pushed down the passage by my dad, … Continue reading “There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea.”
At Christmas time in Zimbabwe, the sky turns the most delectable colours with it’s promise to bring us our magical thunderstorms that we all love so much. I had to share these pics below of the sky this morning. Due to the nature of my job it means I am still at work over this time of year, so please excuse the scenery, I, of course would have much rather taken these pictures in the middle of an open vlei but alas… These four pics are actually a panoramic view when placed side by side, but i don’t know how to do that… … Continue reading A Zimbabwean Christmas Sky
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