I praise loudly, I blame softly. – Catherine the Great.
It’s 9: 48 PM on day 157 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself a chicken polony and lattice sandwich for breakfast, watched TV, practice wheeling myself around the house – I made it as far as the living room and no further but you know what hell will freeze over before I give up on myself 🙂 – feed myself rice and curry for lunch, play with my brother for a while – I LOVE kids they’re so in the moment every moment and when with them it’s like your transported back in time to your own childhood – thanks buddy 🙂 – feed myself a toasted chicken polony sandwich for dinner and tweet about my Clean Water For All Campaign for a few hours –a $5 donation was made by my friend @morsemusings (Dawn) who by the way has donated to my campaign more times than I can remember – thanks Dawn I can honestly say I am a better person for knowing you 🙂
As you may know I have an opinion about everything and I will not hesitate in ripping someone to shreds if I perceive them to be doing something that is hindering human progress but every so often I see something that I believe deserves a standing ovation which brings me to the Touching Lives initiative by the SABC – our national broadcaster – on every news broadcast they shine a light on a story that needs attention and ask the public to help out by donating money/goods/services. Are you always the first one to blame and the last one to praise?