Monthly Archives: July 2016

Exploring Jozi part 2

So after our very indulgent breakfast and some looking and oohing and aahing about the stuff in Sandton City we set off for Melville.  I’ve started to use the app Waze when I travel and I must say I was … Continue reading

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Exploring Johannesburg

I know we don’t have mountains and oceans and forests but Johannesburg must have something to do over weekends and I have now made it my mission to start exploring the city and to find the small little places away … Continue reading

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Really stupid, really strong

Or is running my saving grace? Circumstances are so bad at work in terms of stress that 10% of our workforce is off today due to stress.  50% of the management team is not at work due to stress related … Continue reading

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Nice, France

That photograph of the father sitting next to the covered body of his child is ripping me apart.  The grief and horror but I think more importantly the guilt – because how can a parent not protect his child in … Continue reading

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The Big Red Barn

The Big Red Barn – this may just be Nirvana for any type of sporty person or active kids. Since discovery it we have been back 3 times and that is just in this school holiday. This is a venue … Continue reading

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The new puppy

So I adopted one of the puppies from next door.  The one the dragon lady was prepared to give us was the one that captured my heart from the beginning.  I think she was just spiteful because we did ask … Continue reading

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Soooooo

When work is turning into a madness of busyness, you have a 9 year old kid and a 9 week old puppy in your office. Multiple meetings, SARS audit, Annual audit Human resources Missing boss Cashflow Anxiety on the highest levels  

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