Well, you might know some of this already but I thought this would be a fun post to write! 🙂 1. I grew up in the jungle. No really, at one point my dad was stationed at a camp on the border of Angola and Namibia. Literally in the Bush, or rather the African jungle … Continue reading 10 things you probably don’t know about me
So Spring has arrived this week with lovely Sunny days and almost Cape Townian-like winter temperatures to remind us that the earth is still moving around the Sun and Summer is making its way this side. 🙂 Of course in Cape Town Summer is still in full swing and Autumn will most likely start peeking … Continue reading Snowy landscapes
I love books and I love cats. 😊 So discovering a book about a cat somehow always finds its way in my shopping basket! Recently on a trip to visit a friend, there is nothing better than reading a good book while the sound of a train track clicks underneath, I discovered a book about … Continue reading Felix – The Railway cat
So 2018 is over. Goodbye and good riddens as far as I am concerned! It has been a strange year, with lots of changes... I am more than ready to get off this roller coaster ride now thank you! There was a lot of learning experiences. As with most of it, one is better off … Continue reading Welcome 2019
I used to love the season coming up to Christmas. Ok, so in South Africa you spend Christmas sweating through it, with watermelons, fresh salads, a braai, loadshedding and the obligatory layered trifle that is soaked in alcohol. Lekker Braai 🙂 I grew up with German and South African traditions. Normally some family member had … Continue reading … on the 1st day of Christmas…
My passion for the classical Whodunnit...
These last couple of weeks there has been two, no three, very significant international news events that have greatly impacted my perception of this world. I have really struggled with myself to write this post, especially because I have seen first hand the "shit storm" the world wide web can cause if you dare raise … Continue reading No words in a world full of words
I think no one can deny that it is summer in Germany. The sun is out at full force and one can barely hide... Its just as hot in the shade. The usual rain with the thunderstorms to cool things down have been shying away and the theories of the impact of the greenhouse gasses … Continue reading A hot and dry Summer
Sometimes, in a world filled with negativity, violence and pain one needs to take a small step back to reflect on the pure wonder in life. I am grateful for: 1. The train that still arrived on time, even if it was full and there was no seat left. 2. Being able to read … Continue reading My grateful list
Thoughts on our society...