Our communities: An Oshiwambo wedding in Ondangwa, Namibia

A few weekends ago my husband, Ashton, and I drove some 700km north of Windhoek to a small town in northern Namibia called Ondangwa. The occasion was a wedding; a workmate of Ashton’s was getting married and Ashton was in the bridal party. We would have loved to turn the trip into something of an…… Continue reading Our communities: An Oshiwambo wedding in Ondangwa, Namibia

Always and forever enamoured

via Daily Prompt: Enamored  https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/enamored/ Happy anniversary! 3 years ago today I declared to my husband, before God and before witnesses, that I’d always and forever be enamoured of him. I’ve enjoyed every bit of our journey together thus far and I’m looking forward to many many more years of love, joy and peace. Happy…… Continue reading Always and forever enamoured


Source: Solitary https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/solitary/ No one tells you that travelling and/or relocating, whilst exciting, will expose you to a loneliness that you haven’t known before. Solitary explorations. Solitary experiences. Solitude. At first you will try to fill in the gaps with anything. With everything. But hush..learn and understand that exploration of some parts of  the world,…… Continue reading Solitude

Our communities: Katurura, Namibia

A few weeks ago on a chilly winter morning, I had the pleasure and privilege of joining a team that had volunteered to assist a local community in a township called Katutura. The assistance was in the form of playing games with the local children, distributing donated food and snacks, selling clothes at below bargain…… Continue reading Our communities: Katurura, Namibia