After a frantic morning's work on Saturday at the Old Biscuit Mill I headed off with the wife in the direction of the Fan Walk in Cape Town to catch up with my three locusts who had been trekking the route from a few hours earlier. Apart from a few traffic scares, we made it as far as the CTICC and entered the ranks of swarms of soccer fans on their way towards the stadium.
I've always thought that we should learn more about our passion for sport and how we could possibly harness that for our greater good once the event or game was over. This whole FIFA world cup thing has just reminded me again how important it is. We lost the chance to really thrive off the Rugby World Cup 15 years ago. I trust we won't let that happen again this time.
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Well, it's official (apparently), I am about to resume my weekly column duty with IOL, writing a career column on the IOL Jobs website.
How many of you have ever heard someone say, "I can read your mind?" There's always somebody who thinks they can tell exactly what's going on in your head. But with me, I think it's impossible. Sometimes I can't even make head or tail of what I'm thinking! But now, there appears to be some scientific folks who believe they can capture your thoughts in images.
[caption id="attachment_262" align="alignright" width="287" caption="You have to think out the box, when you're in it!"][/caption] The problem with planning a move, is that while you're supposed to think outside the box, you end up living in one. Today, I am packing it all in! Literally, packing most of what I have and storing it into a six by three metre space. That's it. My life has come to this. Eighteen square metres of space. It's freaky!
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