I sit here writing this blog post as a soft rain falls outside and the mist covers the hills. This was not the case on Saturday when a blazing hot sun beat down and the sky was a clear blue. I fortunately live very close to the gorgeous Makaranga, the place that Rain Africa chose
My daughter swam the Midmar Mile last year and I watched ladies of all shapes, sizes and ages emerge from the tent. I decided that I could do it too. Thinking back now, that was a rather impressive decision. To make sure I followed through with the momentus decision, I told people what I planned
I suppose people that I have met for the first time would never believe that I was/can be a very reserved person who keeps to herself. I turned 40 in May and wow has life changed. Meeting lovely ladies from Twitter, starting a blog, attending functions and mingling with fairly well known people. I also
My wonderful sister Carryn (@VintageKitchy) took these pictures. Taking at the hotel while we waited for the shuttle The bridge we crossed over to get to the event Fabulous drummers Table decor Loved these huge balloons Keiren Holland (Mr Price Home Digital Marketing) Shopping station This is me shopping
I am still on a high after attending the incredible Mr Price Home event celebrating the launch of their online store. I was so incredibly blessed to have been one of the winners to get an invite to this amazing event. Keiren Holland (Digital Marketing) called me last week to give me the good news.
This morning I stepped out of my comfort zone again, I seem to be doing that a lot lately. I got in my car and drove to Gateway Theatre of Shopping to meet Hazel of Beauty Shout Box http://beautyshoutbox.blogspot.com (yes this was our first meeting) and to see the new Rain Africa store. ‘In Africa, rain represents