It is finally over - and we are sitting on the stoep of Melissa's in Newlands having a mid-morning breakfast. Life is good.
Thursday, December 15, 2011
I am proud of her achievement, and of her passion to share her knowledge with others.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Jenny and I will stay to have Christmas with my parents and then head off to Pietermaritzburg - leaving all our daughters behind in Cape Town.
Amy will tutor until she leaves for Japan in June, where she plans to teach English. Jessie has a job as a music teacher at Camps Bay Primary School; and Lisa is waiting to hear if UCT has accepted her for Psychology honours.
The photograph is one of the packers at the storage facility where we have kept some of our stuff for this year.
Monday, December 12, 2011
I celebrated my daughter Amy's graduation with a BA in English. She also has studied Japanese over the past three years, and plans to travel to Japan in June 2012 to teach English.
I am very proud of her - and look with fascination to see where her life's journey takes her.
God bless you Amy.
Sunday, December 04, 2011
She gets around on a four wheeler that can negotiate both the passages inside the buildings as well as the paths between the buildings.
It is a beautiful setting and was originally the property of Aaron Beare whose farm has been transformed into a haven for senior citizens.