June 30, 2006
I had some fun on this site. Here are some of the results. There are so many to choose from and I will have to visit there again.
|What Your Underwear Says About You
When you’re bad, you’re very bad. And when you’re good, you’re still trouble!You’re sexy, in that pinup girl, tease sort of way.
The Underwear Oracle
|You Are Most Like Samantha!
For you, dating is the ultimate sport
You’re into guys with power, looks, or a lot of money.
You rather have a great two weeks than a great forever.
But even you fall victim to love from time to time. 🙂
Romantic prediction: You’ll find love in the next few months…But you’ll be the last one to realize it.
|You Are a Natural Beauty!
You’re the kind of beauty that every guy dreams about…
One that looks good in the morning – without a stich of makeup
That’s doesn’t mean you’re a total hippie chic though
You have style, but for you, style is effortless
What Type of Beauty Are You?
|You Are a Normal Girl
You are 40% Good and 60% Bad
Sure you’ve pulled some bad girl stunts in your past.
But these days, you’re (mostly) a good girl.
Are You a Good Girl or a Bad Girl?
You Are a Coy Flirt!
||Men See You As Playful
Men want a challenge and you are the perfect playmate
You know how to push men’s buttons and attract a wide range of guys
You enjoy living and loving – it’s one of your most attractive qualities
Men are often consumed with desire for you, and you love that!
How Do Men See You?
and the most interesting one so far
|You Have Your PhD in Men
You understand men almost better than anyone.
You accept that guys are very different, and you read signals well.
Work what you know about men, and your relationships will be blissful.
How Well Do You Understand Men?
June 30, 2006
|Your Blogging Type Is Clever and Witty
|Of all blogging types, you’re the best with words.Almost every blog post you write has legendary quality.You have a perverse sense of humor and often play devil’s advocate.Impatient and picky, you tend to go off on funny rants from time to time.
What’s” Your Blogging Personality?
I did this little fun survey and if what it says is true, why am I not being read anymore?
Maybe I need to blog more regularly. Maybe I should think about something useful to blog about. Life is in overdrive at the moment. I need some time to sit down again and just let some of this pent up energy flow into something creative.
I’ll be back.
June 19, 2006
I have several big loves in my life. I was so lucky to be able to visit one of those this past weekend. I missed her. When I opened my eyes, she was there. In all her glory. I was fortunate to be able to see all of her because sometimes she hides behind a veil.
Where did I happen to find myself?
I am talking about Table Mountain in Cape Town of course. Apart from the mountain, I also got to visit my second big love in Cape Town. One day when I grow up, I want to live here…..
Beautiful Hout Bay!!!! It has everything you could want. Left in the picture is the harbor, just right of the centre of the picture, is the most beautiful beach. The whole area is green with trees and shrubs and you constantly have birds flying overhead and making themselves heard. We had lunch at Look Out where our waiter was awesome. Even though it was packed, he made time to pay attention to every table he served and laughed and joked with the kids all the time. Food looked fantastic, everyone only had praise for it. I was feeling a bit under the weather after a stomach bug and a bout of flu, but Look Out got our parties’ definite visit again mark!!! After the latish lunch, we took a drive along the restored Chapmans Peak. Due to the heavy traffic, I couldn’t take pictures of the preventive measures that has been taken to curb rockfalls. Enormous wire cables and safety nets have been erected. The one single spot where you can stop, didn’t give me a clear shot of the safety nets. I noticed a flare going off just outside the mouth of the bay and this was shortly followed by another. We phoned the emergency number and reported it. Another car stopped and asked what was going on. They were going in the direction of Hout Bay and quickly sped off to make sure that the harbor Master had been informed of the distress. We later heard that a yacht had sunk and six people nearly drowned.
That wasn’t our first accidental contact. On route to Cape Town, we got stuck in a traffic jam, caused by a horrific head on collision. We were fortunately about 1 kilometer from the accident scene and the kids didn’t have to witness any of the gruesome details. I tried to take pictures, but couldn’t get close enough and thankfully so, because we counted 6 ambulances that came screaming past us in the direction of Knysna. One of the passengers was airlifted to George Hospital by helicopter. I took a shot of the traffic behind us and in front of us.
The accident site is at the top centre of the second picture. Four cars were involved. By the time we passed the scene, everything had been cleared and a severely smashed Uno at the side of the road was all we could see. By the time we reached Sedgefield about 10 kilometers from the accident site, people were still sitting outside their cars in backed up traffic waiting to continue on their journeys.
We, however reached Cape Town safely and also returned home safely without any incidents. I was just so glad to be able to visit her again even if it was only for a short time. Her beauty will always be with me.
June 14, 2006
I recently often spoke about my friend that lives in NZ. Well, she phoned me yesterday!!! Yippeee!!! Can you believe, I was at work and she was at home getting ready to go to bed? She had some wonderful news for me. She got married. She tied the knot with her man and she sent me some pictures of the wonderful occasion. I would love to publish them, but not without her permission. So, instead I give you this Bokkie and Mr Bokkie…….
Hold on to your love and may it hold onto you. I wish you every happiness and may you fall asleep every evening with a smile on your lips.
Love you my friend.
June 7, 2006
On Saturday we had another one of our planning sessions for our reunion. I thought it went rather well considering the amount of planning we got done. Here is a picture of all of us at the event.
Considering that we are all 37 or 38 year olds, I think time has been pretty good to us!!!! Apart from some weight issues, we haven’t done too badly.
The lady in the sleeveless dress has been living in Israel for the last 14 years and recently returned to South Africa. She has the most beautiful accent now as she has been speaking hebrew for a good 12 years. She has learned to speak it fluently after marrying her obviously hebrew speaking husband. She laughingly told us that she was late in arriving because she helped a cow deliver its calf. Sure, no problem, we are soooooooo used to that. We live in Africa, don’t we!?
June 5, 2006
Ok, now that I have your attention, what would your idea of a perfect reunion be? Now, as you may be aware, I am busy planning a 20 year reunion for our Matric class and I am stumped as to what to do to ensure a successful unforgetable weekend. I have heard and considered all the normal activities, but I want to do something different. What do you guys think? A lot of people couldn’t care less about such events, but seeing that people are going to spend good money on this weekend, I would like to make it worth their while. About half of the people will be coming from far and I don’t want them to make the trip back home on Sunday or Monday and think “What a waste of money”. I want them to drive away and think “Shame on the guys who didn’t attend. They really missed out big time!”
Any ideas, suggestions, clues, all above board obviously and no skinny dipping allowed in the school swimming pool!!
Robbie Williams as entertainment wouldn’t be too bad, so use your contacts and see what you can do for me.