Monthly Archives: March 2011

Politics? Me? Never!

I went to an ANC meeting yesterday.  It was for my local ward.  I don’t usually go to ANC meetings, but I thought that I’d get involved this time since my friend was running for councillor and I wanted to … Continue reading

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Gay! A Ramble!

There was a thing in the paper today, Mahatma Gandhi, according to a recent biography, had a gay lover.   There was mixed response to this news.  Some people thought the revelation was disrespectful, but most of the people I spoke … Continue reading

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A Thought on Shopping

Shopping for clothes has to be at the top of the Clothes Pleasure Roll.  I’m reminiscing.  Isn’t it a pleasure to walk down a street, or through a mall with shop windows full of different styles of clothing and shoes … Continue reading

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Why have one wife, when you can have four, five, six.

Did you see that picture in the Mail and Guardian of our Prez. JZ and his latest fiancé, soon to be newest spouse?  What a lovely couple. You know, personally, I don’t have a problem with our president marrying numerous … Continue reading

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Libya Rambling!

Everyone’s an expert of Libya.  It’s as though everyone except me has a crystal ball and can see exactly what’s going to happen and who’s going to do what.  I don’t mean the news agencies. Their crystal balls are enshrined. … Continue reading

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Not the Untouchable!

I have an avocado tree.  It hangs over into the street.  Two lovely children came today wanting avocados. They had tried stones and sticks, but couldn’t make them fall, and because they could not reach them, they rang my bell … Continue reading

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Autumn Ramble

There is a decided nip in the air in the early mornings.  The leaves outside my window are starting to turn from green to gorgeous shades of red and yellow and rust and they are beginning to fall into a … Continue reading

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