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Musing Monthly Matters: February 2013

A child reminds us that playtime is an essential part of our daily routine.” – unknown The highlight of February was definitely Valentine’s Day, I got so spoilt by Wes! (plus, have I mentioned how much I love these “hallmark holidays”?). Routine has been a big part of my month: I have started studying slowly but … Continue reading

Musing Monthly Matters: January 2013

Art is pattern informed by sensibility – Sir Herbert Read Ok so my little “regular” feature on my blog – Musing Monthly Matters – only happened three times last year but (as three is my lucky number) I will try again this year. I love collecting all these random snippets of info; interesting or funny or thought-provoking. … Continue reading

A different kind of birthday card

A sister can be seen as someone both ourselves and very much not ourselves – a special kind of double. – Toni Morrison Mish, today, 21 years ago I met you for the first time. Our family was now complete and I know my little 22 month old self fell in love with my beautiful … Continue reading

Musing Monthly Matters: August 2012

Better late than never – Proverb Yes I know it is already the third, time ran away from me! I have decided to post some links, observations, thoughts and questions towards the end of each month that I have come across during all my time spent researching online. Sometimes I just do not have enough time to write full … Continue reading

Musing Monthly Matters: July 2012

Leaders of newspaper groups need a head, a heart, nerves of steel and testicular equipment of even harder stuff. – Peter Sullivan Some links, observations, thoughts and questions towards the end of each month that I have come across during all my time spent researching online. Sometimes I just do not have enough time to write full posts on … Continue reading

A thankful love letter

Memory is the diary we all carry with us – Oscar Wilde Dear Wesleigh Today it has been four years since we started dating. As I recently started this blog as a way to document my life for one day when I am old and grey and wish to have a vivid recollection of the … Continue reading

Musing Monthly Matters: June 2012

Why is there so much month left at the end of the money? – John Barrymore I have decided to post some links, observations, thoughts and questions towards the end of each month that I have come across during all my time spent researching online. Sometimes I just do not have enough time to write full posts on everything … Continue reading

One Lovely Blog Award!

Celebrate what you want to see more of. – Tom Peters I recently emerged from my studying cocoon and can get back to my writing, I cannot wait and have already started on my next post which is going to be my first Book Review. I also have another post that has been waiting in my Drafts … Continue reading

Ek mis vir Oupa

If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden. – Claudia Ghandi Today is exactly a month since my Oupa Hennie passed away. There is not a day that has gone by that I have not thought about him and feel my heart breaking at … Continue reading

An existentialist crisis?

unbeing dead isn’t being alive – e.e cummings Wikipedia (my high-school teachers will CRINGE at the thought of me using this site as a reference!) defines Existentialism as; “a term applied to a school to a school of 19th and 20th-century philosophers who, despite profound doctrinal differences, shared the belief that philosophical thinking begins with the human … Continue reading

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