How to survive a Pandemic

Fifty days in the wilderness, but a change is coming. I feel it in my toes. Today is Tuesday the 26 May, the Feast of St Philip Neri, in the 7th week of Easter. The St Thomas Music Group sing the Prayer of St Theresa by Margaret Rizza. Let nothing disturb you, nothing distress you. While all things fade away, God … Continue reading How to survive a Pandemic

Name one thing about yourself that you want to leave as Pre-Corvid19 : SELF DOUBT

I have spent many hours in the training space with young people, but what I enjoy more is the creative juices that flow when we plan and design. My trade mark is ? Nike : Just do it. I havn't worn anything nike this side of 40. The best example is MacD's : I am … Continue reading Name one thing about yourself that you want to leave as Pre-Corvid19 : SELF DOUBT

A lazy Sunday morning

And there are some thoughts about like clouds on the horizion. They shape and form at distance and are blown by winds of atmospheric and spiritual nature. I have a warm sun as company as I contemplate how to fill this page and the rest of the day. Its Sunday 7th ,60 plus day of … Continue reading A lazy Sunday morning

How to survive a Pandemic

Fifty days in the wilderness, but a change is coming. I feel it in my toes. Today is Tuesday the 26 May, the Feast of St Philip Neri, in the 7th week of Easter. The St Thomas Music Group sing the Prayer of St Theresa by Margaret Rizza. Let nothing disturb you, nothing distress you. While all things fade away, God … Continue reading How to survive a Pandemic

Ocean View farmers donate harvest and bread to community feeding schemes: Green Route — Green Route ZA

The Ocean View Organic Farmers are donating fresh vegetables from their farm and baking bread for vulnerable people in the Ocean View community during South Africa’s 35-day lockdown. via Ocean View farmers donate harvest and bread to community feeding schemes: Green Route — Green Route ZA

Every household needs Christmas. Happy Advent to those celebrating

Ready , steady, write or sing. Today like so many times before a blog post swirls about on in my inners and eventually forces itself out onto this space. I watched 100m sprinters with great admiration while growing up in Walnut Road, Mitchells Plain. Carl Lewis was my favourite , tall lanky and black he … Continue reading Every household needs Christmas. Happy Advent to those celebrating

A walk my kids will never forget

Its a shared laptop and its now my turn. Having committed to this weekly blogging format is nice. It does come with huge dedication and discipline but its a nice way of keeping friends and followers and clients up to date about my efforts at making money and making this world a better place. So … Continue reading A walk my kids will never forget

I love selling sustainable things

Sundays are special and so too are birthdays: I have to let this one go on and on, I keep thinking to myself. Birthdays are that one time when you get to gauge just how much you mean to people. I usually shy away from such vanity ,but this being my last year of being … Continue reading I love selling sustainable things