|The snow we do not have...|
I hope you and yours have a beautiful Christmas and a happy New Year. If it's a bumpy one, hopefully some of these tips will help...
See you in 2016, darlings.
|Apologize for the fuzziness; because screaming.|
I have an enduring memory of the line-up of people who came to greet us that morning. There was a queue of townspeople and hospital employees – some of them knew us personally and others had heard the news and wanted to bring greetings. That was the day I learned a common Hausa greeting at a time of mourning. One by one they shook our hands. With tones of sympathy and empathy, they said to us: “Sai hankuri”. This means: “There is only patience.”At times like this, sometimes patience is required even though that's not something I like to accept.
Somebody is 10 today! Free bone from the pet shop...