Hey ho! What a way to go.... YES :) I am actually making slow S L O W progress on getting our website up to date. www.shiawela.com
Suggestions are welcome (within reason!)... I am VERY technologically challenged!
I have got LOTS that I still need to do, and photos that I want to add, but at least my contacts are finally showing! I had saved it as a page, but somehow no matter what I did - that page didn't want to show! I have no clue how to change the banner and put our logo there, but I will figure it out.
OH HAPPY DAY!
We are loving having the kids home! Micaela is re-decorating her room. What a MAMMOTH (complete with all of the wool!) job it is.
We just had Carl and Karl Landauer hunt with us this weekend, and JohnD certainly did us proud! My goodness me, I don't know who wore who out! Needless to say, he has been pretty tired most of today.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
It is with great excitement that we welcomed Kirk and Milt the South! Yes our hunting season has officially opened, and we have been very blessed with sunny and cool days. Very little rain, and some successful hunting! Sadly with John-D away at High School, Ken does not have as much help as he had become accustomed to.
Friday, March 21, 2014
Just a little word of thanks to Willem and Fiona from Scotland. What a joy and a pleasure it was for us to leave home knowing that they were here as a helping hand to Dad and Mom. Both Lady and Camo also enjoying having them around, and most especially Micaela's kitty Molasses! They were able to enjoy the bush, sunshine, (and lots of rain!) the freedom of having family and friends visit, and just the wonderful warm South African weather!
John-D going through the MOOPOO.....
Yes, It is filthy water... complete with LOTS of poo from the MHS "moos" on site! One of the initiation traditions at Merensky High School. All newcomers to the school (young and old alike) have to go through the pool of mud and cow dung as part of being baptised as "True Blue Blood Plasies". All of the helping hands are ready to dunk those who do not sufficiently immerse themselves in the water! Luckily John-D is no stranger to muddy farm water, or cow dung, so he didn't waste time diving right in!
After the grade 8 newcomers finish the school concert for all of the new parents, they have a ceremony where they are given their certificates recognizing them as True Plasies, and they each have to ring the COW BELL.
Micaela placed 3rd in the 100m hurdles, and 2nd in the 100m sprints. Both of these events were in the drizzle.
Sadly the heavy rains set in and the rest of the events had to be cancelled.