If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.

Why is it in times of maxi stress and mini sleep we neglect the things we love doing the most?  I would pick hanging out on Ameezing the Blog every time over work, but as I’m going to say to my granddaughters one day “If you want the Louboutins, you’d better be able to afford them”.

Here are a few images from the last couple of days.  A wonderful moment that I didn’t get to photograph was three young British backpackers, complete with backpacks, maps and confused expressions crossing Jan Smuts and saying loudly in British accents, “Are we sure this is Jane Smuts Road?”

Post World Cup nostalgia.  My friend Ryan said “It’s like we’ve all just gone through a break up and no one knows quite what to do”.  Too true, Ryan, too true.

My friend Lauren is a med student.  Lauren delivered five babies last week. Her first ever.  The first one was a little baby girl.  Lauren you are ameezing.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about getting a pet.  Perhaps not a lion but maybe a cat or a small hound.  I would name it Leelo and we would be super happy.

Gauteng Trolley and Wheels - Westdene, Johannesburg

I’m fascinated by homegrown philosophies.  Like this one. What does it mean? Who knows. But it sure is ameezing.

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One response to “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.

  1. Sgt. Pepper

    They’d have a horse for every wish. They’d ride those wishes into the sunset and live happily ever after.

    Makes perfect sense.

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