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My daughter’s wedding, healing and new beginnings

Ingredients for a happy wedding include, love, family, fun, joy, celebration, decoration, dress, weather, etc.  At my daughter Dominique’s wedding to Duncan, an unexpected ingredient elevated the day to perfection.  That element was healing.  Healing built bridges over family rifts.  Without grand gestures, in spontaneous smiles, in genuine joy to rediscover, the voluntary will to rise above petty pasts was effortless ... Read More »

Breaking Bad – Poem

BREAKING BAD Every internal string Wound unbearably tight Stretched and aching Poised for flight Would that a hand could strum tension from the fibre release a note of music from strained to breaking wire Read More »

Photo’s, Pain and Past – Poetry

Obviously looking at old photographs, is not good for my psyche.  I wrote this last night after looking for photos for Fjord’s school project. Still the message is, you only have one life, each moment is invaluable.  I must always, at all times, live in the now and appreciate all.  Let the sun never set on a wasted day.  Cliche ... Read More »

Kosi Bay lodge, sunset cruise – precious time in another world

  Growing up, family holidays centred around water.  From Dad’s boat Maciya, we explored and fished.  Fluid memories ripple out from a place where reflections echoed to infinity. On present day family holidays, we do not own a boat but now and then, find ways to take to the water.  During our stay at Kosi Bay, we answered the call ... Read More »

Tragedy and what can only be described as a miracle

Before telling this sad, strange and special story, I must start with a disclaimer. As a rule, I keep my faith out of my writings here, for a few reasons. There are many beautiful Christian souls but en masse, Christians can be very irritating. I am a highly deficient representative for the faith, many aspects of my life do not ... Read More »

Walking on the wild side at Kosi Bay – KZN parks cabin

A stones throw from the Mocambique border, the Kosi Bay area has an air of remote adventure.  A sliver of South Africa with the air of an unspoilt island.  Four lakes joined by channels culminate at Kosi mouth, where the first lake meets with the ocean.  The KZN parks lodges and camp sites are at the third lake. I imagine ... Read More »