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Week ending 19 September 2021

Quote for the week from our current audio book ““I hate cats.”
Death’s face became a little stiffer, if that were possible. The blue glow in his eye sockets flickered red for an instant.
“I SEE,” he said. The tone suggested that death was too good for cat haters.”
― Terry Pratchett, Wyrd Sisters

Last week sure was busy. Fjord did his Grade 2 music exam on Monday.

Tuesday was National Cream doughnut day. Mooi River Bakery in Boksburg is amazing, their stuff is delicious and most options are egg free.

The video below shows where we are at with the renovations, which so far is more destruction than improvement

I’m quite happy with this mixing bowl which I brought home from the pottery studio
This verse from our daily readings was so needed
Breakfast in Benoni resumed with another wonderful discovery Volla Cafe at Lavender Post Nursery. It was lovely to have Mum and Acacia with me for this one
On Saturday morning I went through to Edenvale where the Gauteng group participated in the World Wide Freedom Rally. The vibe was so positive and cheerful. Unity was the order of the day
On Sunday we went to watch the East Rand Youth Orchestra playing. It was very special that Mum was with us to share in enjoying the performance. The star of the show was Katherine Hamman who at just 13 years old has the most incredible soprano voice, utterly breathtaking. I didn’t film a video of her as I don’t like to share pics or videos which show the faces of children without permission.

I won’t share a YouTube song of the week. I found this video by Russell Brand really interesting. Food for thought

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