Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Work.

26.6.2010 Excuse me, I said excuse me.  I’ve gone all spoken word. I was eating at the Fiddlers Green and wandered into the events tent yesterday when UK and South African spoken word artists fed me their lyrics. Of course … Continue reading

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Grahamstown

26.6.2010 Grahamstown. Yea there is a delay ,a few days, a few years who is counting? It takes a while to process being here the place is so big ,the place is so complex. We said our goodbyes and headed … Continue reading

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Maps

Maps 23.6.2010 A day that will live with me for a lifetime. Introduction Share Somebody’s Son Discussion Mapping Exercise Break Lost and Found Script work Q&A Closing Exercise Nothing I write here will come close to describing todays work with … Continue reading

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Sunrise

22.June Sunrise. How bright is the sun? Warmer than the water. Before our working day began we walked down towards the Durban Beach and took off our shoes and let the waves lap our feet. Can it really be cold? … Continue reading

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Fathers Day

20 June 2010 Father’s Day. Africa is big. Ok for an opening statement this is ridiculous but it is. On the plane we finished with Europe within three hours of our flight and we still had a remaining eight hours … Continue reading

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How Tabonuco found me.

I shared this a while back with a few, now I’d like to share this with you. This past year I have been busy in the tool shed, pondering and making and I have come up with something that feels … Continue reading

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All about the blessings

Thank you for joining me. Let me share this with you. I am blessed. I am blessed with a beautiful family,special friends,exciting conversations,an allotment,gift of the gab,a sense of humour ,a sense of prospective,emotional intelligence,baking skills,the love of singing, the … Continue reading

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