I had a fringe cut

I had a fringe cut

But took a shitty pic. lol 😉new haircut

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I have a problem with trust

I have a problem with trust

It seems I trust FAR too easily… and I have a feeling that this is really not good for me.

Just this weekend, I put my trust in someone, stupidly so… and I fear that this was not a good move at all. Why do I trust complete strangers so easily?

I guess I just want to believe that we’re all good deep down inside … which I honestly DO believe. Is that wrong?

What is the definition of trust?
—>> reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.

That is exactly what trust means to me. I’ve always trusted easily, it’s just who I am. I can’t quite change who I am, but I DO want to believe in people’s integrity. Everyone deserves someone’s trust.

I have very special friends

I have very special friends

The lion and the lamb.
The lion and the lamb.
And one in particular, Amber (@astynes on Twitter) is a very special one. Amber is always there for me to chat/vent/cry to about anything, she always seems to understand me, and she get’s me. 🙂

Amber sent me the most beautiful Twilight keyring… words cannot describe how in love I am with this gift. Thank you Amber, from the bottom of my heart. I am so touched and grinning non-stop of course. Lotsa love & hugs. xxxx

Wintery Sunday afternoons at the beach

Wintery Sunday afternoons at the beach

Josh in the foreground, Matt in the background.
Josh in the foreground, Matt in the background.
Yes, believe it or not, the beaches in Durban South Africa are gorgeous even in Winter. The sand is warm, the sun gorgeous and the atmosphere relaxing. The water is very cold, however that doesn’t stop some people from braving the cold sea either to swim or surf.

There is something completely comforting and healing about spending time at the ocean’s edge. Everyone is so calm and happy, you can just sense how people let their troubles go.

Matthew and Joshua had a complete blast rolling down the sand dunes, then making sand angels. They were giggling so much, which of course makes me giggle. We made sand castles, searched for shells, and then of course I was practically buried. I even had sand in my mouth.

We had brought a frisbee along and the boys and I had great fun throwing it to each other. They’re of course not so good at it and the wind kept taking it in all different directions. We would run like crazy to see who got to the frisbee first, diving into the sand like rugby players, it was very funny!

On our way home each boy got their ice-cream which is an “after the beach treat” that they’ve become acustomed to. At home we showered and changed and us 3 snuggled up in a warm be to watch Open Season on dvd. Good times. 🙂