The kiss of the midday sun
Watching the cherubs as they run
Along the sandy stretch…oh what fun
The freedom to be Continue reading “The Freedom to Be”
So…it’s been a while since I posted anything. In fact, the last time I posted was July 2nd 2016. How sad is that?
Our internet connection has been down in all that time. It was only restored yesterday (thanks and no thanks to Telkom whom we have now cancelled as a service provider). It was painful. Mobile data costs makes one really appreciate having ADSL installed at home. It is possible to use one’s mobile device as a hotspot…but why should it be necessary? So, anyway…line restored. This after being told that we needed a new router, R800 later it was an external issue with Telkom’s lines and, of course, no compensation for the router and they still expect to be paid. Sadly, we still need to rent the line…Sucks. So. Bad.
It is the end of Travel Week on The Blog Tag. I love to travel and would love for everyone to experience it at least one time in their life. One does not need to cross country borders to travel. Exploring your own province and country is fun and exciting. Getting to know your own backyard means you can gush about it to everyone else. Even though I have been blessed with the opportunity to cross borders numerous times coming home to Cape Town is still one of the best feelings in the world.
So…Music Week on The Blog Tag. I have decided to combine two of the writing prompts: “How Music Helped You Through a Difficult Time” and “Musical Instrument”.
Do I play a musical instrument? Depends on who you ask. I play a little keyboard (badly) and about three chords on the guitar. The instrument I use most though is one one does not play…My voice. I sing. When I was younger I wanted to be a star. You know…name in lights and all of that. The only problem was that I hated the fact that everyone looked at me when I sang. I took part in musical theatre and sang in the school choir. Continue reading “Instrument to the Heart”