I am feel honored to be chosen for the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award, now for the second time. Thank you so much. It means a lot to me. I am humbled in accepting this nomination; my sincere gratitude. I appreciate the blogging community very much and have enjoyed all the connections with each one of … Continue reading VINCENT EHINDERO BLOGGER AWARD NO 2
Popa Falls, by Morag NoffkeZebra at Etosha Nature Reserve, photo by Morag Noffke.Etosha Nature Reserve, by Morag Noffke. Quiver tree forest, photo by Morag Noffke.Giants Playground, by Morag Noffke The highlights of our African Toad Trip in Namibia. This post gives you all the links to the places we visited in Namibia, just in-cased you … Continue reading An African Road Trip: Namibia 2013
Banana loaf, By Morag Noffke. Here is my banana loaf recipe by request. This is my mother’s recipe, at the time of writing it down we used imperial measurements but our oven is measured in Celsius. When I say it is my mother’s recipe she didn’t make it up and I am sure that my … Continue reading Eating simply: Banana Loaf Recipe
A section of a forest a painting, in oxides by Morag Noffke What do you long for? When we have everything we need and everything is at our finger tips we might take things for granted. Now in this time of Lock-down where I live we aren’t allowed to go for walks. I miss the … Continue reading Lock-down Longing
Baking is like a meditation for me: hand mixing is repetitive and it is a time and space for me to think.
Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe, photo by Morag Noffke.Moon over Lake Malawi, photo by Morag Noffke. Quiver tree forest, photo by Morag Noffke. Break the old routine pause after 'breath in, breath out' break for something new. Old air floats away Poised in mid air lingering Fresh air flowing in New ideas grow Through reflection and musing … Continue reading Break old Routines
Another Award! The other day I was nominated for the Liebster Award and was tickled by the idea of receiving it (my first time for this award) as I think it is great getting to ‘meet’ and know other bloggers in a fun way. I enjoy being involved. So I want to thank Debby Winter … Continue reading LIEBSTER AWARD
In the early hours of the morning, when it is still dark and the cock begins to crow I slowly surfaced to hear the rural sounds of Mwani, the place we were camping. I could also hear the cockerel; and the ducks quacking, geese honking; dogs barking and howling; the sounds of repetitive singing by … Continue reading Prince Sibeso at Zambezi River.
... so long as I am being curious and asking the questions. So long as I am willing to learn and grow.
... we scrapped dying and inscribing designs on the eggs and decided to draw designs on instead. This was a delightful solution and pastime.