Thursday, November 26, 2009

Hey there

Can you believe that we're done with November already geezzz I havent even started Christmas shopping yet. To be quite honest i'm really scared to hit the malls. The crowds, the noise, the lines, great idea to go fully protected with arm shield, knee pads & helmet!

Lets prepare this year... make your list, go to the mall, go for lunch, look at the decor, listen to the music & make a day of it... make a memory. Hah would luuvvv to be a fly on the wall to see that go down!

So what's happening in the news Ms harpo herself calling it quits after 25yrs, wonder if old Felicia Mabuza will be making a come back?! Really wont be surprised, gosh even Onder Engele is back on the tele WHAT THE HELL IS SABC DOING?? Sorry didn't mean to get you started. & What's up with Ufo's in Jozi?, goodness talk about extreme, next you'll find HOT, SEXY soccer players walking around S.A., oh wait, hold-up, that’s a given!

As promised, below please find some special people in our world who could do with our donation...


The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is a non-profit organisation that saves lives on South African waters. Sea Rescue is run by 880 highly skilled volunteers who are on standby day and night throughout the year. Donations and sponsorships cover the annual running cost of R17m. The volunteers save us a salary bill in excess of R185m per annum.

Appeal: The NSRI urgently needs donations to equip our rescue crews with Foul Weather Gear for the coming winter. To read some more please go to

Friday, November 6, 2009

While we're here, lets do what we can...

I thought it’d be a great idea to look a little deeper into the real reason for our Xmas party this year. Many of us are clueless about the help needed out there so I decided to do some digging & present them to you one by one.

Red Cross Children’s Hospital

Managing approximately 250 000 patient visits a year treating some of the most complex, life-limiting conditions. Managed by the department of health with an operational budget of R359million for 2008/09 Financial Year.

The Children’s Hospital Trust works in partnership with the Department of Health for specific projects, over & above the Hospital depends on charitable donations to ensure it remains the leading centre for child health care in Africa.

Current projects: A specialist surgical Ward needs Upgrading & A dedicated Paediatric Infectious Diseases Unit is needed.

If you would like to read a bit more please go to

If there’s an organization, school, hospital, old age home etc. that you would like me to blog please let me know...