Category Archives: One Man Three Lives

REFLECTIONS: On DOGS, my DAD and the value of THANKFULNESS

DOGS You may have read my last blog when I wrote about spending the day in my office comforting a dying dog – Sebastian. Well, Stephen did take him to the vet that evening and sad though we were to … Continue reading

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South African Trip – Never Give Up

It’s been a special trip so far and it was so good to be back in the Van Reenen area where my family farmed until 1963. I’m now in Mthatha staying at The Whitehouse Guest house and as we walked … Continue reading

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Reflections

Written (11 January 2016) in the company of Sebastien, my canine companion. As I write I am confined to my office with a very sick restless, bewildered old dog. I had planned to spend the day editing the South African section … Continue reading

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Meeting a Milestone

After decades of dreaming I’d do IT; five years of intensive research on IT and three years of writing IT, a milestone is met! The first draft is done and I am about to hibernate on a Greek Island to … Continue reading

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A holiday with a romantic quest

Earlier this year my husband and I set out to holiday in South Africa – the land of my birth and youth. One important reason was to verify aspects of my parent’s lives – notably the romantic beginning of Fred … Continue reading

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