Earth Day and a reflective walk
It’s #EarthDay today . What a day to be alive.
The future is not laid out in stone. Things will change, and our ability to survive as a species will be tested. However, to have the space and the ability to reflect on the past, note what worked, what didn’t work, and use the time to reflect on the past to gain a conscious perspective on what is coming next, is what I am eternally grateful for.
As I so often hear, its always darkest before the dawn. And this reminds me of words I saw down at our Franschhoek Hugenot memorial, Post tenebras lux. After darkness there is light.
Fynbos Friday and the King ProteaProtea Cynaroides Apart from being our national flower, and on the chests of our sporting heroes, this is one of my personal favourites on the f...
Woo's wine clubRemember Woo, the mongoose we rehabbed while she was getting used to the fynbos?She is now the feature on our special Wine Club wine bottles.Ha...