Hanging in there
Insane ramblings from a blogmad woman.
Time is fleeting
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I’ve just been chased out of the lounge! Apparently my random comments about their precious rugby game is NOT appreciated. What do you call 15 guys who SHOULD be sitting around the tv watching the Currie Cup? = Western Province … Continue reading
Where do Astronauts go to drink?
I’m hectically busy at the moment so I have very little time for blogging. BUT… Thanks to the subscribe function – I religiously get your blogs in my email and happily sit and read them in between meetings and other … Continue reading
About thirteen years ago a buddy of mine travelled the world with his wife for nearly 15 months. His wife collected postcards and flags from every single country they visited. My buddy on the other hand decided that he had … Continue reading
Some of my favourite songs have been rewritten to fit in with my age My “best friend” sent me this on my birthday. (I offered to choose her old age home for her…) Bobby Darin — Splish, Splash, I Was … Continue reading
I had a week from hell! I planned and connived to get 15 little broadcast trucks down from all over South Africa for the most ambitious broadcast yet. Imagine having 17 radio stations broadcasting at the same time from exactly … Continue reading
I’ve literally been glued to my TV screen the whole night to watch this incredible moment where the outside finally connects with these poor souls who have been trapped in a dark hole under the ground since 5 August. How … Continue reading
I’m getting a bit miffed with this whole blame game! With the advent of psychoanalysis everybody started blaming the past, their mothers, their fathers, their teachers, their dogs or the damn ant that bit them in primary school as the reason for their … Continue reading
I’m at the age now where blood pressure is becoming a serious problem. Not only is it too high – it is also completely erratic and totally linked to the stresses in my job. My own portable blood pressure machine … Continue reading