Tandem Post: My Favourite Things

This week for my Tandem contribution I thought that I’d do a little show and tell. A peek into life through my eyes. Or shall I say my eyes, specs and then the camera lens.

Here are some of my favourite things…

Keith has always wanted to fish so a few years ago we got our fishing permits and started fishing. In all honesty, standing around and waiting on a fish to bite is not my idea of fun but it’s an activity Keith and I do together as a couple. To this day I haven’t caught anything besides seaweed but have developed a new level of a respect for the ocean.

I may not be able to catch a fish myself but I do enjoy sushi. Please sir, can I have some more?

The Company Gardens in Cape Town is not quite what it used to be but I quite enjoy sitting there on a sunny day and people watch when I have time. The squirrels never bother me when I’m at that exact spot.

Teaching my kids the importance of kindness, volunteering and giving back to the community are of the few things I always make time for. Lead by example. This is my favourite pic of 1st K and I because it was the last time I was slightly taller than him. It was taken at the end of February this year.

The two young ladies responsible for my worn down heels, broken lipsticks, drying my nail polish and painting their dads nails every summer with the seasons latest colour. Poor Keith never stands a chance with these two. At least he no longer has to wear make up.

I really don’t mind getting my hands dirty when it means I don’t have to hear those dreaded words “Mom! I’m bored!” Actually, I’m still a child at heart so I do it more for my own amusement.

Being bare feet. Reminds me of my carefree childhood days.

What are your favourite things?

This was part of a tandem series where 3 bloggers and 1 title collide. For Chevonne’s story click here and Shelley’s story click here


6 thoughts on “Tandem Post: My Favourite Things

    • I have my moments and fishing is one of those. Lol

      Thank you so much Chev, they just don’t seem to stop growing πŸ˜‰ I try to expose them to many things so they can try to make a difference in the world. There is no greater feeling than helping someone in need.


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