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... a spectator to someone else's. " Thomas Hilmerson.
Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start and make a new ending " Maria Robinson.
"There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve. The fear of failure." Paulo Coehlo
This morning I found out I was pregnant. It was a planned surprise.
This started with me wanting another baby and with that the plans of going home next year. However somewhere in the last couple of months the plans to return next year took a very large turn and the possibility of us staying is now very likely, however now I am pregnant.
I'm still in a daze of disbelief. Disbelief that it worked, (it took a ...
... art of minibus riding, but only after a trip from Gateway to the center of Durban, some guided wandering, and another minibus ride back to Morningside where our program office is. The trip back from Gateway took not 45 min but 3 hours. However, we successfully completed our mission, with the allotted money, and without calling Thula to come save us. We have now mastered the Durban public transit system, which was the point of this assignment.
The past ...
... with one of them, all in different villages. I asked if he would marry any of the girlfriends and he said the mother of his child is the most likely one for him to marry but sounds like he would still continue to have girlfriends. I really appreciated him being so open about this part of their culture and we indeed bombarded him with questions which he really seemed to enjoy and appreciate as well. I get their point of view on this topic especially when back ...
... of our odd assortment were game. It was brilliant meat, sandwiched between a lot of fat. Worth trying but not something I would be eating a full plate of.
We went of to City Hall where I had already been. Wandered around a little bit, including the building upon which Gandhi was first turned away as he was unwilling to remove his turban (the door guards called it a hat) when he attempted to enter the building. I had walked past the building before, but the story intrigued me as ...