Let us progress swiftly 2016!

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Hello, aweh, howzit, As-salam alaykom and molweni! I hope everyone is excited about 2016 as I am.

No one is happier than me to be leaving 2015 behind. It was a pretty rough year but fortunately it was also the year that I was finally reunited with a long last friend that become the amazing boyfriend he is today. I lived on the other side of the world where I rediscovered who I was and I also started this blog of course (that I promise to give more attention to in the future). I love the fact that I created a space online that I can just write and share things, so I really plan to blog as much as possible so you guys better read and comment. Please 🙂

My wish for the new year, for myself and everyone else, is that we become more patient with one another. That we learn to inspire…even if that means in small ways. That we take a moment to think about the less fortunate and help out where we can. This goes for people and animals. Then last but not least, that we become better versions of ourselves every day. Capetonians always have a lot to say, but can we actually follow through with everything that comes out of our mouths? Lets actually talk a bit of sense and encourage others to do the same as well?

POSTI want to end this post off with a quote from the great Oprah Winfrey

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right”.

Short, sweet & to the point.

May 2016 be your best yet!

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2 thoughts on “Let us progress swiftly 2016!

  1. Hi Jaimie,

    Hope your well and by reading your blog, I can see your doing fantastic. From the first day I met you at Deli Spices to where you are now, you’ve grown as a personal in every aspect of your life :-).
    I came across your blog via the internet this evening and I read the part regarding Wesley and it brought tears to my eyes. I miss Wesley so much and there’s not a day that doesn’t pass me by, that I don’t miss him – calls, sms’s or just that banter. I find myself even saying these quirky things that he used to say and I giggle to myself often. Losing Wesley was very hard for me to accept and to be honest, it still is. The hardest part is not just losing him, it was moving on and learning to live without him. Thank you for being an amazing friend and for the kind words you wrote about him. He will always be forever in all our hearts

    Rip Wesbo

    Take care sweetie and all the best

    Love Jackee xxxxxxx

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    1. Hi Jackee

      So good hearing from you! Your kind words mean a lot to me and I’m glad you’ve enjoyed reading my blog, especially the part about Wesley. Writing it was tough but at the same time, It was part of my grieving process to let the people out there know what an exceptional person he was to me and many others. I don’t think anyone will truly accept that he isnt with us anymore…no matter how much time passes but we have to take comfort in the fact that he is in a better place 🙂 Thank you for the support and thank you for reading. I wish you nothing but the best! Keep well

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