Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
She arrived in Cape Town just before she turned 20 and now she's just about to fly on again just after she turns 22.
She's a whirlwind! My Roby is an ambitious forward thinking young lady who wants to embrace new experiences, meet new friends and continue studying when she gets up to Gauteng. She attracts friends to her like a moth to a light and people like to be around her.
She has self confidence and a drive to get where she wants to be in life. She doesn't run over people and treat people badly while she's striving to get ahead. She cherishes her friends and loves spending time with them. She's sociable and loves socialising!
Have a lovely day! We miss you!
Lots of love, Mom, Dael and Bradley. xxxxxx
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
The first was as I was travelling behind a tanker truck. I was behind it for quite some time travelling home down the back route from my work to home. I was staring at the rear of the tanker which was complete with all the paraphernalia to suck or blow whatever the contents of the tanker are when I noticed that jammed into the mechanism was a bicycle, quite secure and cosy with its one tyre resting on a road cone. Its necessary to have some alternative transport should your tanker break down!
Last night going home via my parents, I stopped at an intersection and glanced left to check traffic and there was a large gentleman out for his evening exercise. He was wearing nothing to spare anyone glancing his way from the sight of his huge naked belly and the rest of his sorry torso apart from the requisite running shoes and a very small pair of shocking pink shorts. Oh my gosh - that should be illegal! And he wasn't running!
Brad was back to school this week with the benefit now of ritalin which he has decided to be in charge of himself rather than leaving the meds with the teacher, who is rather sarcastic with the kids. I have allowed him this privilege as long as he remembers to take the tablets. Today, the school has already sent the children home (before 9am) because the school has no water. I hope that it is just a pipe problem and not that they haven't paid their utilities bill! Bradley was not complaining...
Dael is now on a mission to get to Gauteng after not wanting to go up at all. I think it has something to do with a new friend. I am happy for him to go because there is just no suitable work for him in our area but I will miss my son and I will miss my two boys being together. I don't like all the kids to be separated from each other. However, if Dael goes to Gauteng, his sister will be up there by the end of October and my older two will be able to renew their relationship. I think Dael needs that more at this stage. He is mixing with a school crowd and getting involved in teenage politics which is not where he should be at now. He needs to widen his horizons a bit more and I think the move will be good for him.