Work Work Work

Wednesday

Today was the day…

I got to work work work. Just a quick blog today.  I did a couple more loads of laundry and then packed two baskets  of linen.

I’ve left Courage with instructions. I’ve welcomed the guests into the Seaview Apartment. I’ve now put auto response on my work email, sent the handover notes and logged off.

A quiet evening and an early morning. If all goes to plan, the blog tomorrow will come with photos of a completely different landscape to the regular. Talking of a different landscape, I saw this on Facebook from someone called Baruch Frenkel under Wonder of Nature.  It covers the movement of the sun at sunrise during the course of the year.

I’d love to try this – pick a day in the middle of the month and take a photo every month at sunrise. I’d have to be super dedicated for that one day a month to be in the same place.

The end of the day. Better get packing.

Isaiah 55:6

Seek the Lord while He may be found; call on Him while He is near.

And that’s always.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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Don’t Be Complacent

Tuesday

Today was the day…

We went to the beach. The water was calm and clear and the shark net was out because it’s school holidays. I swam for more than 40 minutes, persevering until 2km was done.

At one stage I saw a coke can on the ocean floor so I dived down and got it. Then I swam across to the rocks and tossed it to a passer by who put it in the bin. My watch said the water was 14C but it felt warmer. The hindrance now is not the temperature of the water, but my stamina. I need to get swim-fit again.

We got home by 10am. Guests in the cottage and Seaview apartment had both checked out and Ruth was cleaning. Courage wrote the names on the Seaview apartment board for the guests arriving tomorrow. He’ll be needing to write those names on the boards when we are not here. Once Ruth had cleaned the apartment, I went around it with her to check the finer details and show her what I do.

At lunchtime I went for a facial with Lorraine. As I left, I accidentally picked up Lorraine’s cell phone and put it in my handbag, thinking it was mine. She said, ‘ooh, I think that’s my  phone.’ And sure enough it was. She went onto tell me how neurotic she has become about her cell phone because last Saturday hers was stolen. Of course I had to ask how that happened. She said she was at Mambos by Builders and was looking at little containers. She was browsing through the aisles as one does. It’s a huge place with lots to see and you can get carried away looking at all sorts of things. She found what she wanted and leant down to pack them in her basket. Then she went to pay for them. On getting into her car, her watch buzzed and said her phone had been disconnected. That was odd. She reached into her handback and her cell phone was gone. She couldn’t believe it. She thought it must have fallen out of her handbag somewhere so she went back into Mambos and asked. No one had handed it in. The management then looked up on the surveillance camera and what they saw shocked both them and her. While she was walking up and down the aisles, she was being followed by a family of 4. Mom and Dad, a little boy and a baby. They were just following her, waiting for an opportune moment. She didn’t notice them. She felt safe. They were a family. When she knelt down to select some small containers, her handbag was behind her on the floor. The little boy, unzipped it, took out her cell phone and handed it to the parents who put it in the nappy bag. Job done.

The got away with it this side of eternity. She hasn’t pursued the Apple “lost phone” information as it places the phone in Kuilsriver and she’s not about to drive all the way out there.  The message I learned – don’t be complacent.

Matthew 6:14
For it you forgive other people when they sin against you, your Heavenly Father will also forgive you.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

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Growth

Monday

Today was the day…

I woke up after a really good night’s sleep. Mike ran 12km yesterday so he wasn’t about to go to the beach for a morning run. I started work early and got in about 8 hours.

There was some morning rain, but once that was over, the sun came out and it was partly cloudy.

Courage arrived with a big smile on his face and stories of going to walk at the Clovelly Vlei and taking the children to the beach. He got stuck into the gabion baskets. Progress has been made.

August 26th…

September 16th …

Today…

A lot of hard work, but it’s  beginning to take shape.

Apart from the growth of the gabion baskets. The ivy has also grown…August 17th…

3rd October…

It’s soon going to take over the trellis.

So that’s been the day. It’s been a good one. A happy day!

Ephesians 6:18

Pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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Whale Watching!

Sunday

Today was the day…

We finally went whale watching. We’ve been waiting to get the day right since 8th August. Today was it. A splendid late spring day with bright sunshine and not too much wind. The trip was on. I took my sea-sickness pill and off we went.

Leaving from Simon’s Town, we headed towards Sunny Cove as there had been a few sightings there. We saw a Bryde’s whale in the distance but didn’t get a great view of it. We did get some nice views of the Fish Hoek Quarry and our street…

We moved further away to the centre of the bay and saw a sun fish and a couple of hump back whales.

We came back past Miller’s Point where the rocks are a favourite haunt for Cape fur seals.

and then it was back to Simon’s Town, passing the navy…

And into the harbour…

It was very interesting and I learned a bit about spotting whales and the main three types that have been in False Bay – Brydes, Humpbacks and Southern Rights. They are elusive and don’t follow any rules so we were happy to see any at all.  The other thing I learned is that we get some amazing sightings from our house and I will now appreciate them all the more! Being out on the sea is an amazing thing.  It’s hard to imagine that this is just a drop in the ocean. We are so small. The world is so big. And yet, we are just a tiny little speck.

Courage sent photos of his new home. I was so thrilled to see the flat looking so good and furnished so nicely. We’ll see him tomorrow & find out how his first weekend went.

Proverbs 29:25
Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe.

Safe for all eternity.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

 

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Pastor Tienie

Saturday

Today was the day…

I had quite a laid back Saturday.  The day dawned with still seas and, because it’s the weekend, the shark net went out. Mike and I went to the beach. Mike ran. I swam. We got home around 10ish, had a late breakfast and then Mike went off to Makro, while I took the neighbour round the cottage. They are moving in for 2 weeks at the end of this month.

On my return, I had a chat with Elsie and Stacey which is always entertaining. Elsie loves singing. She’s delightful singing Away in a Manger at the top of her lungs (in Afrikaans). Clearly, at her pre-school, they are practicing for Christmas.

Then I cleaned the house.

Mike arrived home and for dinner ordered pizza. After dinner, we watched Pastor Tienie on Netflix.

It’s in Afrikaans with English subtitles which is helpful. The acting is excellent and it deals with real issues. Really worth the watch.

Now for the first time today, I’ve turned on my computer.

Tomorrow, we hope to go whale watching. It’s booked and confirmed…unless they cancel. It’s a little windy right now but wind should drop overnight.

1st October: Happy birthday Pastor John!

James 5:16

The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

 

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That Hat

Friday

Today was the day…

We went to the beach. It was a perfect, still day with the promise of sunshine. On such a day I need to wear my turquoise hat. This hat Mike bought from a cheap Chinese store about a year ago. The plan was to wear it on our balcony when the morning sun was a bit too bright. The other windless day I wore it to the beach and did the same today. Only today, I had people wave and greet and it really grabbed the attention of the regular ladies at the beach, “Helga, we love your hat!” “Where did you get that hat?” “That’s a lovely hat!”

The hat is actually made of paper!

The hat on my head!

And so the hat is such a hit that maybe I should be taking it on holiday when we go overseas. We’ll see.

The sea water is certainly warming up. It must have been about 16C today. I swam 2km with quite a lot more confidence. Last night I ready this story 🙁See here). Part of it said this:

White sharks have disappeared from Cape Town and Gansbaai. 

That is quite a definitive statement. I took it to heart, shook off my caution and swam with confidence to the barrel and back. I swam most of the way to the lighthouse before hearing a bit of a commotion. On stopping, I saw the trek fishermen running with their boat towards the cat walk side of the beach. When they saw me, they stopped and launched their boat into the sea before me, so I wouldn’t encounter their net on my swim back to the restaurant side. It was fun to watch them rowing like crazy to the place the spotter had said there were fish. It was actually quite close to the barrel. They didn’t stay long. Perhaps the fish had dispersed. It was much later on in the morning that I saw them dragging their nets onto the beach. Perhaps they had got a catch after all.

Time is certainly flying by. Today was a good day. I only did two hours of work. The last day of the month – while last month I clocked 200 hours, this month I’ve only logged 140, but it has still been a good one – maybe better than last as it was less stressful.

And now it’s weekend.

Philippians 2:14

Do everything without complaining or arguing.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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The Cottage Roof Got Cleaned

Thursday

Today was the day…

I woke quite late – around 7am. Last night we watched a YouTube video on what was described as Terminal Insomnia! It sounds dreadful and I don’t know how I stumbled upon it, but being a bit of an insomniac myself, it was worth the 12 minutes of watching.

As a result, I decided to try no screen time after 10pm or before 5am. And that worked. I slept a lot better and will try the same thing each night.

Today Julian was commenting on how much better the cottage roof looks since it was cleaned. I didn’t post any photos of the process because we wanted to surprise Julian, so today I can put those on my blog. It was quite a task and took 3 full days at least.

Quite a precarious process…

Working from the other side…

And the final bit…

Roof finished…

The patched spots are from 2020. There was a massive storm while we were building and the scaffolding planks flew off and hit the roof in those few places. Roof is looking much better and it’s cooler in the loft by 3-4 degrees, which was our goal.

The other thing that happened today was this…I went into Flight Radar to see David’s progress just in time to see his plane touch down in Johannesburg.

Yayy! All is well. It’s been quite a trip.

I worked 7 hours. I also walked to Fish Hoek and picked up my modified sandals that now have little inserts in. My toes can now see the light!

A good day.

Isaiah 59:1

Surely the arm of the Lord is not too short to save, nor His ear too dull to hear.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

 

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He’s Coming Home!

Wednesday

Today was the day…

David began his long trip home. He’s 31 and he can take care of himself, that’s for sure, but my heart sings that he’s coming home. The joy is the same as 2013 when Stacey and Adrian ended their year long visit to South East Asia and they came home. This picture! 18th August 2013.

David is not coming home to Cape Town. He’s going to be hanging out in Jo’burg for a while, but still, he’s going to be back on SA soil.

We will see him next week when we fly up to Jo’burg to go to the Drakensburg.

Meantime, today we went to the beach for a swim. The water was murky and the waves were big. It meant I swam out of my depth. I’m always super jittery after there’s been a shark attack off SA waters – even if it was Plettenberg Bay. It is always a reminder I’m visiting a predator’s home when I swim. I just love swimming in the ocean. I never knew I would get such pleasure out of it, but the gloss is taken off when I’m reminded of some of some of its scariest occupants. False Bay still apparently has Port and Starboard (the two killer whales) in residence and they go a long way to keep the great whites out, but you just never know! There was a massive high tide overnight that flattened all the sand.

One of the heart-warming moments which also happened at the beach this morning was we saw Jaco. He was homeless and last year spent most of the year sleeping on one of the cat walk benches. He always looked run down with the world on his shoulders.  Today we hardly recognised him. He stopped us as we walked past and started telling us that he was off the streets, no longer homeless and that his family was taking care of him. It was so wonderful to hear. He was looking so much better! He really cleans up well!

David’s now over India.

8:30pm our time, he should arrive in Doha. A long night ahead!

Isaiah 55:6

Seek the Lord while He may be found, call on Him while He is near.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

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How Rich Am I Really?

Tuesday

Today was the day…

That began as usual with me having coffee in my rocking chair. Mike and I began a long conversation about wealth. We spoke about being looked down upon because we were not ‘wealthy enough’ for some (small minded) people with whom our paths had crossed.  Everything is relative. The brick house in an informal settlement is better than the shack. The shack is better than nothing.

The conversation then moved on a layer. What about the things money can’t buy. How’s our  health? Surely  having no medical issues and being well and healthy makes up riches of a different kind. Add to that mental and emotional normalcy  and the wealth grows. A good sense of well being. A heart of joy. An appreciation for life. An attitude of gratitude. A positive outlook. Suddenly, the money in the bank is less significant and the emotional non-tangible riches are a deep tank of eudaimonia.

But then there was another layer of riches. How is our relationship? What value can be put on a happy marriage? It is worth gold. 

I do not take this for granted or lightly. Neither do I take the relationships I have with my children & my sweet gorgeous precious Elsie. I’m also privileged to have a good relationship with Julian & his family.  I haven’t mentioned it here yet, but I am super excited that  Jess and Gerrie become parents early next year, making Julian take on the best title of all. Grandpa!

I don’t speak to my sister too often, but I know she’s there and I’m so happy she’s has come through her  massive surgery. And, my delight that Anne is now a Granny also knows no bounds!

The thing with relationships that is profound is they will continue in eternity. We will be spending forever with people. Material things will pass away. Our health will fail, but relationships extend into eternity.

Yes, that Tuesday morning coffee conversation was a deep one.

Ephesians 4:2

Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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Great Work Day

Monday

Today was the day…

That it rained. It was unexpected. I had half thought we’d go to the beach, but that didn’t happen. Just as well because Courage forgot his key and we needed to be around to let him in. Ruth came, so she cleaned the Seaview Apartment and some other cleaning as well. In the afternoon, the rain gave way to sunshine, so some of the laundry got dried.  No new bookings today. Next guests arrive on Friday and another two on Sunday.

It was a great work day. My company directors are travelling so there’s extra work to do and it’s something different.

Google reminded me of what the kitchen looked like two years ago…

Lounge two years ago…

I heard from David today. He flew from Seoul to Bangkok and is there for two nights. Tomorrow night he’ll have dinner with (SA) friends before flying back on Wednesday. I think he lands in Johannesburg on Thursday. I presume he’s been in contact with the Jo’burg family regarding his arrival time!

Horrible to hear about the second fatal shark attack in Plett yesterday. When we swim in the sea we are in their territory. Can’t blame the shark, but so very tragic.

John 14:27

Peace I leave with you; My peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

 

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A Charming Day It Is!

Sunday

Today was the day…

We rested. Ken left early and the Seaview Apartment couple checked out at the same time, so apart from Dakota in the Little Lookout, all was quiet on the home front. We went to the beach and had our first swim with the shark nets back in the water. The sea was stunningly clear & warmer than the other day, although my watch said 13C. I don’t think it was that cold. I swam a bit but really just bobbed around and enjoyed the beauty of the day.

It was Jane Austen in Northanger Abbey Chapter 5 who wrote, “For a fine Sunday in Bath empties every house of its inhabitants, and all the world appears on such occasion, to walk about, and tell their acquaintances what a charming day it is.” I can sense summer coming and Fish Hoek will resemble Bath on a charming day. The crowds came and spread themselves on the expanse of beach at the lowest of tides & it is true to say that those of us who occupied the bench did comment on the pleasantness of the weather.

We walked home, had breakfast and then rested. We literally did nothing the entire day but lie about, read and rest.  In the afternoon, when Mike awoke from a midday sleep, we had tea on the balcony.

While on the side balcony, I suddenly spotted a tiny buck. At first it ran away but after a few minutes it retraced its steps and walked behind our house and settled to some grazing.

Mike is now rearranging the lounge…again.

I think we’ll live with it like this for a while.

Now we need to have dinner.

Isaiah 45:22

Turn to Me and be saved, all you ends of the earth; for I am God, and there is no other.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

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Amazing Fish Hoek Through Aly’s Lens

Saturday 

Today was the day…

Of Heritage Day in South Africa.  The day was calm with a sunny start. Lots of things happened at the beach and in the sea & they were perfectly captured by Aly Ison, so I give her all the credit for the amazing photos she posted on Facebook. There were loads of surf-skiers out on the water and Aly was down on the beach watching them set off…

Then way before I walked past, I heard a report that an aggressive seal was on the beach and had tried to bite someone. Aly got the photos…it looks a bit injured…

Don’t come near me!

The folks that deal with injured seals came but by the time they arrived, it had disappeared.

I walked down to the shops to buy breakfast food. Came home and had breakfast on the balcony.

Throughout the day there was something to see including multiple whale sightings.  Again Aly Ison was down on the road with her massive lens…

And in the skies above, the little acrobatic plane that freaked me out the other week… Aly got the photo…

Meanwhile, in Simon’s Town there was a regatta of sorts – Aly again…. She is such a talented photographer.

So there was plenty to see this Heritage Day and Aly Ison summed it up in her amazing photos.

I had a good chat with Stacey who is looking so well. Elsie popped in and out, but I had her watching intently as I caught a fly in a glass, covered it with a piece of paper and let it go off the balcony. Some things are just too important to miss!

We have a young lady staying in the Little Lookout for another month. She is on her own and so I invited her up for tea. We had tea together and I found out  more about her.

We had Ken come over for dinner. He leaves tomorrow. We had a good chat. He’s a really nice guy. We like Ken. He went off to find a place to watch the rugby. Mike is still busy with the conference and I am now going to shower because I’m cold.

A great Saturday.

Isaiah 43:18

Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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Guests from the Cottage Up

Friday

Today was the day…

That I knew was going to be busy. No swimming. I got straight to work and when Alan checked out of the Seaview Apartment, Mike and I went down to clean the unit. We also got the cottage ready for Joti who comes for the odd night here and there. She has bought a plot just up the road and comes to garden. She’s no trouble. Tonight is a full night. A couple of travelling girls arrived for two nights at the Seaview Apartment and while they were still unpacking, Joti arrived. We have guests from the cottage up, Joti in the cottage, a single girl in the Little Lookout, the two girls in the Seaview Apartment, us and then friend Ken on the top floor. He leaves on Sunday.

I worked for almost 6 hours and at just after 4pm decided to go for a walk. I walked Highway all the way to Kommetjie Rd.

Then down to Valyland before coming back along Hillside and up to Highway via Daisy Lane which has sprung to life and is earning the name I’ve given it…

Home for dinner and a quiet evening. Mike has actually been at a conference this week. It’s all been online and the sessions are available afterwards for viewing, so he’s been tied up watching them during the last few days. Courage and Brian left early today. They had worked really hard this week and one evening only left at nearly 6pm. There’s been lots of messy work being done, including the laundry roof which then leaked a bit with the rain, so that required repair.

One of my go-to videos on YouTube right now are on Cruise tips. We’ve cruised lots of times but the one that is coming up is 30 nights. That’s a lot of time in a confined cabin.  There are a couple of YouTubers who are real cruise fundis and have some amazing ideas for cabin organisation that I haven’t thought of. One of them was magnetic hooks to hang on the cabin wall, so I’m looking them up on Takealot.

Yay for the weekend! I’m so happy.

Isaiah 43:1

But now, this is what the LORD says– He who created you, O Jacob, He who formed you, O Israel: “Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are Mine.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

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Sugar Sandwiches

Thursday

Today was the day…

That was cold. I went out on the balcony early in the morning and returned with the message that we would definitely NOT be going to the beach. It was way too cold.  But an hour later, the sea looked so calm and the sun was shining. I couldn’t help myself, so off we went. The sand piles were closer to the sea wall and the CAT came back to do some more shoveling.

The water was very cold! I managed 24 minutes and then scuttled off to get changed. A hot shower at home sorted out my internal freeze.

I had a number of appointments today. I got to have my hair cut and then after two more work related meetings, I went off in the rain to the podiatrist. Such success I have enjoyed with the inserts he made for my shoes, that I’ve ordered another set and dropped off my new sandals that arrived yesterday so he can put in additional arch support. This is really good news for me because it means this summer I can finally and safely get my feet into more than just my walking shoes. My toes will see the sun.

This evening we walked to the end of the road and on the way we enjoyed a magnificent rainbow.

It disappeared but returned after we got home, albeit not quite so clear. I went out on the balcony to get the photo. After a decidedly fancourt slate kind of day, the sky brightened up the evening sky.

This evening after dinner, I had a piece of toast. I asked Mike if he had ever had sugar sandwiches! When I was a child, I remember buttering bread and sprinkling sugar on it. Believe it or not, it is a thing…

Mike said he had never had sugar sandwiches, but he did take raw carrots, wash them off and dip them in sugar before eating them. Apparently, he ate so many raw carrots, his family said it was no wonder he was such a red head! If anyone loves sugar, it’s Mike. And he’s just way too active to gain weight.

A good busy Thursday – I knocked a lot of stuff off my to-do list and now Friday awaits. We have two guests arriving, so there is some more work to be done.

Psalm 90:12

Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

 

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Today at the Beach…

Wednesday

Today was the day…

We went to the beach. As soon as we got down there we saw what others had been talking about. A massive grader had come and scooped up a huge ridge of sand, plonking it in a long line half way towards the water. It immediately became a playground for children and adults alike. This was as we arrived.

From the bench…

And as we left…

It will be interesting to see what it looks like once the tide has come in and out a few times.

The other thing about our beach visit is the sea water is warming up. I swam for about 35 minutes. It was so good. It makes all the difference to my physical and mental health!

David has completed his cycle trip through South Korea. Such a big achievement, really it is. It’s crazy to think by this time next week, God willing, he’ll be back on SA soil, albeit not in Cape Town. He catches a train back to Seoul tomorrow.

For the rest of today, I worked more than 7 hours. The rest of the month & the first of next month is going to be busy.

Another beautiful spring day. Tomorrow, rain is forecast.

2 Corinthians 13:14

May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

The best is yet to come – we are only passing through.

Keep the smile going.

God bless you.

In His Grip,

Helga xx 🙂

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