Category Archive: Viva La (Tea)

I am African. I am female. I am DESTINY

Origination – South Africa. Destination – Global. I visited Cape Town, South Africa late last year, and as you may recall, it was an EXPERIENCE. It was good, it was eventful and it… Continue reading

The ROARING Twenties.

Lessons learned about HER. My inspiration for this reflection is thanks to Claire Danes. I was reading an article on her in the January 2014issue of GLAMOUR; “Brains. Beauty. Claire.” Done in the… Continue reading

My not so little miracle

Pia thought I was on vacation. Where do I start? Not so long ago, because it pretty much consumed all of me, after my little girl PiaDora “Pia” Santiago went missing, I posted… Continue reading

Have you seen me?

Please pray for Pia’s safe return home to us. I haven’t wanted to write about this because initially, it was just too painful. On 31st December, 2013 mid-way through the day while I… Continue reading

Driving in a Winter Wonderland

The makings of a good Holiday card? We’ve had a couple of days of snow in Maryland. One of them produced what I think are perfect picture moments. Earlier in the day on… Continue reading

Before I die I want to . . .

Oh gosh, I can’t fill that out! Wednesday evening last week, I came across a Yahoo News story, Public Art Project Elicits The Profound, Profane. I checked out the gallery, and I started… Continue reading

In “My Shoes”

I will continue … till I’m #1 Perfect Pick-Me-Up Wednesday For once, I am not referring to my favourite pair of stilettos, wedges, booties or even my uber comfortable running shoes. I am… Continue reading

Oh the cuteness!

My Perfect Pick-Me-Up Wednesday I wouldn’t call myself a dog-lady. But there’s something about dogs wherever I see them that truly and honestly light up my day. I left my two ‘kids’ at… Continue reading

Table Mountain on my mind

Perfect Pick-Me-Up Wednesday My dad and I take vacations (sometimes work-vacations) together when we can. Sometimes it works out to being every year, other times we end up skip a year. Last year,… Continue reading