Old Umtali Guest House
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... of small game reserves on the property, where you can observe lions, cheetahs and wild dogs (well, one wild dog) from the comfort of your car. It was pretty entertaining - partly because of the commentary coming from the back seat, but also because being two metres from a pride of lions is fan-*******-tastic. We also had the rather bizarre experience of watching a couple of lions shag, while the lioness was feeding her cubs... nature, eh?
Friday was a half-day as we packed ...
... a television program on SABC 2 about a woman who got a micro-loan and built a crafting empire with around 30 women working for her making crafts that are sold at a premium all over Southern Africa.
Well, this entry is getting long enough. I enjoyed the day and am looking forward to cards tonight.
I would definitively be interested in reading their corresponding entries to see if I was alone with these thoughts. ...
... was the best way. Simultaneously, thoughts were crashing around in my head as to what the conditions were like back when my mother was bounced from orphanage to orphanage as she grew up. Did she have to stand straight and sing with a forced smile to visiting patrons? Did she have 2 minutes to shower in cold water? I'll have to ask her.
My awkwardness was broken shortly afterwards however, when Janice rolled a couple of new soccer balls from one of the bags and ...
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... about who I might be able to talk to, to get to listen, who might have the power to help address this problem. He could not stand to know that women are being treated this badly and the problem is continuing. He said we have to treat each other with love and respect, especially women giving birth.
I showed him the maternity booklet I have written and the following quote from Suzanne Arms:
If we hope to create
a non-violent ...