City Lodge Hotel Umhlanga Ridge
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... Thursday was a sad day as we heard of the passing of Rachelle, we are so blessed to take comfort in knowing our Lord will be here so soon. This morning we had 'feeding clinic', every Thursday we go to a HIV/TB clinic to feed some of the hundreds of people in the waiting rooms. James came today, as I want him to see what I am doing each day and understand when I talk about them. We hand around soup and a piece of bread along with a slip of paper to tell them about ...
... the last year going to school 5 days a week, and I miss my baby. Ollie has spent the last 2 years being homeschooled and has now got to the point he never wants to leave our sides because he's so used to being with us every day 24/7 and that's not good either. Max has embraced everything life has to offer but still talks about the things he misses in Australia. Part of me worries they have a very different memory of Australia and that as soon as they get home ...
... dinner and then today for her last day we headed out early to Peoples Park for breakfast where the kids ran and played in the sunshine and we enjoyed coffee and breakfast before heading around to the front of a Moses Stadium to take the sky car to the top. We all headed up for the sights and for Moses' first adventure to the type of Moses Stadium :) before heading home and then being blessed one last time as Cath babysat the boys while Glenn and I took Moses for a check up. ...
... that letting go of a lot of cultural
preconceptions makes being here a lot more enjoyable. If I spent all of my time
thinking about how food isn't the same as in the United States, how internet is
sparse and expensive, and that strict timeliness is important, I would be
constantly complaining. Getting to spend time somewhere outside the western
world is illuminating and humbling at the same time.
This weekend, I’ll be attending my first ...
... on with a slither of tendon. He has definitely lost it I think.
Another drunk driver brought in moaning about his self-inflicted knee pain at the nurses station suddenly seems even more unsavoury. What a night. December is a busy month in a place not known to be quiet.
Half a sleep as we drive home at 8am o’clock we ponder in silence. I guess this is why we came here. Scenes and experiences for life.
The gun ...