To close out 2018, here’s a random selection of pictures from the year. Continue reading
Looking back on a teenage holiday to London, without any adults on board. Continue reading
Years ago, I pondered the story behind a mysterious memorial that sat at the University of Cape Town for many years. It was a gravestone, or memorial, of a woman called Haji Ayesha Teladia – who died in 1981 (at the age of 56 years old). Continue reading
Earlier this year, I wrote about how Cape Town was going through its worst drought in a century. At the time, we were on the brink of disaster, with just 2 months of water left in our dams before the … Continue reading
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I’m happy to report that I’ve finally finished my comprehensive edits and rewrites on the text of my upcoming anthology. I’ve also designed a new sample cover, selected the fonts, and put everything into a clean document.
I’ve just got some final tweaks to do on the manuscript, and it’ll be ready for the beta readers… Continue reading
I grew attached to it: to the idea of getting a brand new car – the first totally new one I’d ever had. I grew attached to the very make and model itself. I would notice them all over the roads. Continue reading
A photo essay from way back… Continue reading
You’ll be happy again:
Able to perceive
how your struggle was only temporary;
An episode that was meant to bring something to your life:
a benefit which you could not have gained
if life had run perfectly well – With no bumps or bruises along the way. Continue reading
A follow-up to this. The source for all of these is…. the Internet 😉