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I really LIKE that girl

I really LIKE that girl

Last night Sasha and I were lying around on my bed, wrestling, tickling, laughing, teasing, joking, eating, whatsapping, mocking and all the while watching bits of 27 Dresses when I turned to her and I said “You know what Bubster? I really like you!” “Duh” she said […]

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To Sadie on Her Eightieth Birthday

To Sadie on Her Eightieth Birthday

February the 14th twenty sixteen would have marked your eightieth birthday, who knows how we would have celebrated or what plans we would be making today. Perhaps Ada and her family would have arrived this week and we all would have celebrated with a huge Friday night […]

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Cooking The Perfect Steak

Cooking The Perfect Steak
There is nothing sadder in this world than the sight of overcooked beef! Of course I am being flippant, the sight of overcooked lamb is just as bad. I am no chef and I only have a limited number of cooking skills but what I do cook, [...]
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The Moral Dilemma Of Accepting Rewards For Posts

The Moral Dilemma Of Accepting Rewards For Posts

As bloggers we are often faced with a moral dilemma, “write a post about my product or service and I will reward you in the following way…” We each deal with this in our own way and I was recently faced with a similar dilemma. A manufacturer […]

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Up Close & Personal With The Citroen C4 Cactus

Up Close & Personal With The Citroen C4 Cactus

French, Fast and Funky is the best way to describe this unusual car! French? It has a certain style of its own, it’s classy and unmistakably European, and it took me the first day to get used to the indicator on my left. Fast? This 1200 engine […]

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The Mother Of All Heritage Day Braais

The Mother Of All Heritage Day Braais

Music blaring from the Greek Sporting Club in Senderwood, I decided to go and investigate what was going on. As usual my GoPro Camera is never far behind. There I found a charity soccer day and the mother of all Heritage Day Braais (For our international visitors […]

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Stones On A Grave – one moment of light in a place of darkness

Stones On A Grave – one moment of light in a place of darkness

Stones On A Grave – one moment of light in a place of darkness This post actually started in September last year. The reason I am re-posting it because on Friday morning, my brother and I completed our visits for this year. We visited just under 50 […]

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Being Single, Thinking Double – Searching

Being Single, Thinking Double – Searching

Searching! That is possibly the best way to describe the next decade or so for all of us. Some highs, some lows, each of us facing our own challenges and demons. Living together, living apart, never really sure where I belonged. Making some really poor judgement calls […]

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Just A Weekend Smile

Just A Weekend Smile

As the father of a dance loving, acrobatics crazy, twelve year old daughter, I just had to share this with you! If you can watch this without tears in your eyes you are more of a man than me (or less perhaps)  

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Being Single, Thinking Double – A Death In The Family

Being Single, Thinking Double – A Death In The Family

Nineteen Eighty Four began with such promise. My mother was well, my army days were over, it was summer and all was good in the world, for a while that is. I was job hunting, had been for a couple of interviews, the most promising was with […]

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