The basic content of these updates is what goes on in my house, a journal of the events in our lives, and finding the lesson in the craziness. Water restrictions are being enforced in Cape Town due to really bad rains, and the water supplies are in critical condition. Unlike Zim, not everyone has boreholes … Continue reading Update #21- When Water Runs Dry
We all know the well-quoted (yawn) scripture about faith. As I write this, I even have the raspy voice of the memory verse song dude that I used to listen to on Hosanna Music's CD's. It's so old I couldn't even find a link to it, only a 100 x 100 picture of the cover, which I … Continue reading Urchins (again) and Faith
Hi, my name is Lea. Hi Lea. It’s been 7 months and 28 days since my I last lost my mind. Wow, that’s good going. Well done. Well, until yesterday, that is. I relapsed yesterday. Oh dear. Why don’t you tell us what happened? Well, I had been doing really well up to then. I … Continue reading Mind-losers Anonymous.
May 2014. If you're confused about the date, it's not a typo. You're just not a regular. This is an "old" post, originally done as a family update on emails, but we're moving with the times you know, so it has to go on the blog. So concentrate! 2014, 2 years ago, and here we go... … Continue reading Update #5. Still here.
The date below is the beginning of this blog, which started by emails to my family in the U.S. Ireland, South Africa and Zimbabwe, so they would know what was going on in our lives. The emails progressed eventually to this blog, and this is out of order, because it takes time to transcribe emails, for … Continue reading Updates #1 – 4. The Beginning of the End.
I'm a private person. This blog is like an oxymoron. No-one really knows what's going on in somebody's life just by looking at them. And why should I write so that you know what's going on in mine? Who said you could be so nosy? Ha ha. I watched a video today (click here if you have … Continue reading The Not-So-Private One.
Family life. I think we're striking the balance. Some days, anyway; maybe even most days. It's like standing on a see-saw, you know. If you walk on the bar a little too much to one side, the whole thing tips up, and it's scary, and dangerous, and you have to find the point of balance … Continue reading Update #17- The Balancing Act