Tag Archives: Kenya

Don’t Leave Kenya – Let Your Parents go Back to Europe and the US!

Every time I go to Kenya I make a point of touching base at Hillcrest Secondary School. It played an important part in the life of our family for over twenty-five years. On the first day of my recent holiday, … Continue reading

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Where Oh Where Are We?

Kenya diaries Ctd.. An entirely different ambience awaits me in the spacious beach home of Les and Joe, only a few minutes’ walk from the package holiday Hotel. Their two dogs, black and brown Labradors – whose behaviour reminds me … Continue reading

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A Series of Treats and Some Tips

Next Tuesday my regular weekly blog for guest authors will revive! The theme will be settings. And I have  some well known authors in mind to share a few tips on the techniques of using settings to enhance their stories. … Continue reading

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BLESSED WARMTH

I’m sorry for abandoning you over the past several months, but I have made a resolution to resume my Friday blogs. And what better time to start, than after a long-awaited visit to my homeland, which changes every time I … Continue reading

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First Visit!

My apologies for the break in my “Charity” blog series, caused by the passing of my long-suffering husband. He was ready to go, he told me on the day of our Golden Wedding anniversary… Life goes on, and I am beginning … Continue reading

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The Kitchen Table Charity

Judith Gibbons is a new friend – I haven’t met her in the flesh, but her grit and determination are evident. I’ll let you speak for yourself, Judith! You can’t tell anybody about this Mrs Gibbons Those word were spoken by a … Continue reading

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Throwing a Lifeline…

… And taking ownership. A Small Charity is born I met David Baldwin – founder of St. Peter’s Lifeline – on Facebook in 2015. I had spent two years trying to find a charity to support with my book, Breath of Africa, but it should … Continue reading

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