I approached Johan Pretorius, the general manager of Queenshaven Retirement Village, to sponsor a grass cutter.
Hope you dads enjoyed Father’s Day and were spoilt with some lovely gifts. Now what’s next on the social calendar?
With all the stressful and painful construction we are going through in De Villiers Street, Turffontein, we were seriously impressed by the tree felling team this past weekend.
To have a place to live at such a meagre rental with a garden should be regarded as a blessing.
Don’t forget this coming Sunday is Father’s Day!
For the ANC even to have the gall to ask to have meeting and parties here is beyond most people’s comprehension.
We all said gifts are not necessary really but we did agree with her that most parents say, “No, don’t worry about a gift”, but deep down they would probably be upset if they didn’t receive something, albeit tiny.
For his hard work and dedication, we say a big thank you to Gregory.
We have no protection at present. How many more people must be attacked, maimed, robbed, traumatised or killed in our area before we band together and greatly improve our situation?
Wouldn’t it make shopping so much more pleasurable if we were greeted with a friendly “hello”, “good morning” or “good afternoon”.
At my son and daughter-in law’s wedding, thankfully I was ‘in the moment’ for most of the time and I’ll have memories to last forever.