A Heady Mix

My Nannibunny and I had many great years waitressing together and we became quite the formidable duo, the two of us did. Working most evenings, and finding the time when we weren’t studying, everybody else’s tedious nine to five became our playtime. And how we made the most of it! We’d make the breakfast special […]

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Fish Breath

As a good ol’ Catholic family, I did what all good little Catholic school girls do and attended St Augustine’s Primary right on the doorstep of the only Cathedral in Port Elizabeth. The nuns were no longer when I attended. But believe me, there were enough old bats left who preferred the wooden ruler over […]

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A Little Angel Named Anna

When I was a young ‘un, there was a series of exquisitely illustrated books by the elusive author, Fynn, that I read over and over, voraciously, so much did they delight me. The author and scribe of dear Anna had claimed them to be the gospel truth of a young angel untimely taken from him […]

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