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According to The Byrds, (A great band of the 60’s) “To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under Heaven”. I know this because my Dad was a huge fan of The Byrds and I heard this song often, in-fact my Mother still sings it today if she is given a lead to burst into song after somebody says something that gives way to the need to hear those lyrics. Read More
Well, the mere fact that I am here at all and not flushed away down a flooded street is a miracle. It is so incredibly wet in Cape Town today that is simply is no joke.
I have recently been thinking a lot about skills and how many of us tend to sink into our “Motherhood” and stagnate. Yes we do things like try to re-invent ourselves at a point in the journey where we perhaps start feeling a little frumpy, or out of sorts and at an extreme loss for our original identity. We buy a new wardrobe, get a new hairdo and go have our nails done or we arrange a one in a million night out with the girls who feel the same or we do. Some of us even go on hair-raising diets and exercise programmes or fleetingly join gyms and a few of us even get it right to lose our post baby weight, and then, after all of that WAHM it hits you the next day, and that is that you are still deep down under in motherhood and there is no getting out of that emotion of not being able to go back to before. Read More
As you may know, I am really amped about my vegetable garden journey and I am doing as much research I can to be sure I have successful crops and that it is not all forlorn. I was doing some reading online recently and I came across this very handy post for new gardeners like me which could potentially help to save us all a lot of trouble.
A review for all the keen gardener’s out there.