Couldn’t sleep…I have too many thoughts, like how in the past seven years I lost so many people close to me that I can actually make myself sob uncontrollably with a few well placed memories. Friend, Son, friend, father in law, friend, God mother, friend,almost son again and then, friend, friend and grandfather …
When I heard that “The Little Generosity Shop” would be visiting Port Elizabeth (as part of their seven-stop “tour”) I knew I just had to share the initiative with my fellow Nelson Mandela Bayers (that’s not a thing, but let’s pretend, shall we). Because from what I’ve seen we have big hearts around these parts […]
Dealing with grief in kids is super tricky. My great grandfather passed away recently and it’s been difficult for the boys. I thought I’d share how we are dealing with grief in kids in terms of everything from breaking the news to including them in traditions.
A while back I did a post on South African books you need to get for your kids. This time around I thought I’d share the South African books that caught my attention in the last few months. It’s been a while since I’ve been this obsessed with the books I’m reading. Walking around like […]
So when it comes to tattoos I find that you get two kinds of people, those who don’t want you enquiring about their ink because it’s deeply personal and others who love to share… Guess which one my oversharing behind is… Now that I’ve gone over the “just one Lil tattoo” mark. I thought I’d […]
I watched Miracles From Heaven on Netflix and I’m feeling rather inspired. It’s a movie based on the true story of the Beam family, whose ten-year-old daughter Annabel was dying from a rare gastric condition. The family went through financial difficulties, personal issues and a child who literally asked God to take her so she could be […]