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... with everyone. A sad, emotional day did turn out to have some light and joy to watch 4 of God's daughters choose Him. 9 Nov We wanted to go to Westville meeting for our last Sunday, but after the bible school weekend, we decided we cannot leave here without going to Mariannhill to see Phinda and Vesta. They are the most wonderful middle aged couple we have got to know and we must visit their Ecclesia in Mariannhill township. Last night, Matt a long ...
... in a long while - some much needed rain, a blessing from God!
We had an early rise this morning due to our 7.30am COPT (Community Outreach Programme Trust) meeting with all the volunteers and some locals, Barry Van Heerden is the chair and there were about 25 people in the meeting. We had to go round the table and say what we have been doing during the week and a highlight. My fear of public speaking is no longer a fear and for ...
... at Matt and Petru's with members of Westville
Saturday - Peoples Park for Breakfast with Yvette and Linda - Airport to farewell mum
It was the most amazing 2 weeks and though I cried when mum left, I wasn't that sad. I was sad that I wasn't sure when I was going to see her next and obviously going to miss her, but yet I was so happy. So happy that we had such an amazing time, so happy that mum had the adventure of a lifetime. ...
I cant remember the last time i felt this tired. I heard rumours that this end of the year would get busy but add to that a an event such as Clermont - A new building for the community, a new "Good news centre" and its opening day and lets just say there's very few minutes left in the day. For the first time ever I have been having afternoon naps with my kids! Now thats saying something!
Clermont is a poor suburb, a lot of shanty houses, ...
... doctors out here and we have guests to dinner. I can see a life of tennis, gin and evening swims in the tidal pool yards from my home. That is when I not on call.
An electric storm is brewing and a massive clap of lighting has just hit the sea causing Cat to scream. From our balcony, with its bright red flickering hurricane lamps one can watch the rain hit the hillside in sheets drowning out the cry of the sea.
R Spackman 15th October 2012 Ballito