Never trust an electric fence Being a Londoner born and bred, I often dreamt of living somewhere exotic for a stint, so when my husband Jamie came home and said would I like to live in Gaborone for five years
The list of bizarre things that has woken us up in the night grows ever longer….So much so that I thought it would make a great theme for you to read about. Hear me Shrill Friday 9th March 2018 A
I attended a creative writing group this week at the Honeycomb Hub, new to Gaborone. Blissfully informal, we did short writing exercises lasting just 3 minutes. New friend Sam’s inventive, off-the-cuff idea for ‘your flat mate’s father turns up on
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I love conversation There is a real pleasure in chatting to someone and seeing a spark of interest in their eyes when a topic of mutual interest materialises… Read the article http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/books/fiona-mordaunt-the-frog-theory-1036991.html
Can you spot the lion? “Lion!” says our guide “it’s a large male.” ‘Where?’ I think, diligently scouring the undergrowth. How do you miss a large, male, roaring lion? Oh, I see him, I see him. Can you?