Thursday, October 13, 2011

Review from the South African paper The Cape Times

7 comments:

Lauri said...

Sorry for the blurriness. I tried to enlarge it a bit as it was quite small.

Sue Guiney said...

"Happy and hopeful" That's what I'm talking about! For my money, you couldn't ask for more. Well done!! xo

Selma said...

Fantastic. You're on a roll. YEEEHAAA!!!!

Val said...

congratulations Lauri! Happy and hopeful sounds good to me :)

Sean said...

Do you know a Batswana blogger I can interview for my blog, Africa is a Country, about the qualification of the Botswana national soccer/football team to the African Nations Cup next year.

Send me an email at dollabrand [at] gmail [dot] com

Regards
Sean

karen said...

Great write up! Hope the sales are going well!

I enjoyed your earlier post about fatalism/acceptance. It's something I've thought about a lot, and although it can be frustrating, I have found myself evolving into a similar mindset over the years. I reckon I have learned a lot about stress management from our unflappable staff, too!

Lauri said...

Sorry Sean I don't know of anyone.

Karen- I think fatalism gets a bad name. Something I love about Setswana culture is the calmness. To show wild emotions is considered quite childish. I've come more and more to that point of view.