The HHH Class of 1974


To my classmates – the HHH Class of 1974 – those who joined us this past weekend and those who were with us in spirit
To all the teachers who joined us – past and present
To our friends from other schools and classes that joined us
To all the partners who braved us

Thank you so very much for the memories, the friendship, the chats, the gifts, the smiles, the laughs, the tears, the hugs, the kisses, the lipstick, the handshakes, the nods, the phone calls, the notes, the emails, the face book comments, the pictures, the winks

And for making me the person that I am today.

It was my pleasure (most of the time!) organizing our 40th reunion
It was worth the wait!

I hope that we will see each other again at the next one – if not in the flesh then at least in the spirit.

“May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.”


My condolences to Phillip and the girls on the tragic loss of their wife and mother Liese Henderson …

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11 October 2010: 4 years 1 month on …

Phew! What a week it’s been. If the disease doesn’t kill me, then surely this hectic schedule will! And this was supposed to be my rest week!

It was exactly a year ago today that I fell and broke my elbow. That resulted in surgery and two months of having a situation of “Look Mom No Hands!”  – a sort of de’ja vu of what lies ahead. It also resulted in the writing of my e-mail “Three years on …” which was the first entry and the start of what has become this blog site and our radio programme ED is in wED. (By the way, for those who don’t know, the word blog simply comes from the contraction of the words weB  LOG … an online web-based computerised diary if you like.)

It also poured with rain on that Sunday…

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