So having been in Wellington for almost 4.5 months, one would expect that I have been real busy and I have been; real busy working… I haven’t seen much. Being alone in a new country is exciting in its own way, but you want to wait for your people to arrive so you can share … Continue reading Time Travelling: Memoirs from the Future – A few solo missions
I miss her
My dear Friend Kerri-Ann passed away 2 September. A marvelous human being that I think about every day. She was one of the most positive and precious people I knew and I miss her. Although she lived in London, not a day went by that I didn’t wish she could orb herself for a cup of tea and a game of backgammon. I blogged about her soon after she passed – RIP Kerri. What sparked this, I wanted to send her a link here because I knew this was all up her alley. Well…. then…. I remembered she was no longer physically with us.
I wanted to share something she wrote some time back. In all our communications there was always a day of positivity. She had tapped into the wonders of awesome.
age……….. experience? yes, in what you’ve encountered. wisdom? yes, if you’re able to learn from…
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I think this needs to become a more regular feature again. I can get so caught up in nothing I forget what gives me goosebumps. And that is ... among other things ..... Music. Here is another blast from the past. This was also big back in the 90's. I used to think the 90's … Continue reading Song Of the Day: Today
I didn't forget it it was Monday, but I honestly could not bring myself to sitting in front of my computer when I had Kelso and George to be spending time with. Kelso came home from moms house on Sunday, it was such a treat to see that sweet face on Sunday at Harrismith. Last … Continue reading HAPPY MONDAY: Too much of a good Monday to spend Blogging
Happy Monday. So Christmas has come and gone and the malls have this almost haunting quietness about them as people have stopped shopping like it was the last day of the world. Last week there were queues of cars entering clearwater mall to do the last of the shopping and I had to begrudgingly go … Continue reading Happy Monday: Jingle Bells have stopped ringing
Happy Birthday Papah. I know how old you would have been… Not 65, but 67. Hope the Whiskey is flowing.
Happy Birthday. Your age still eludes me. I can only assume you would have been 65, or thereabouts. Every year I think about you on this day, but today I thought I would write you. Your birthday is oddly enough the one in the family that I actually remember. Must be because it is so close to Hitler’s birthday. *snigger*. I think I have thought about you more every day since you died in 2004, that I ever did in the years previously. I suppose it is because the shock of your death hit a nerve that ultimately changed the course of my life.
I recall speaking to you, the day before on my Birthday. And then that morning. I recall the lecture you gave me about the dude I was dating not being right for me and then later that afternoon Mom calling me to…
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Happy Monday early eve. This is usually my first thing I do on a Monday. But I was swept away by what I call the Corporate Oppression Machine. Goal: Escape; Until then: Endure. This week holds a few promises, so lets see what materializes. So what rocked my socks in the past week? ♥ A … Continue reading Happy Monday: Better Late than never