I am so not a numbers person. Put it this way Maths and I in school had a love/hate relationships.
However since becoming a blogger , I am very keen on numbers especially my stats on my readers. I was really surprised by how many people all over the world read my blog. A number of bloggers have complained about them having more readers in other parts of the world and not here in South Africa.
The following are the places in the World where my blog is read most :
1) South Africa
2) United Kingdom
3) United States of America
WOW THANKS SOUTH AFRICA YOU GUYS ROCK 🙂
A few random places on our amazing planet include :
1) Republic of Korea
To all my readers where ever you are in the world , I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to read my blog and leave comments….Heres to many more blogs and places added to my stats…
Every girl has a list short or long of what they would like their future partner to be like.
It starts off with wanting a man exactly like our Fathers but then changes we become teenagers to movie stars who steal our hearts.We start of wanting a man that looks like a Prince who has a million rands and how will give us the Fairytale lifestyle.
But then reality sets in and we realise that Hollywood /Bollywood has given us very high expectations of love and then we get hurt…Over the years my Partner Wishlist has changed and be redefined but this comes only with age and experiences.
I feel like Bridget Jones sitting here writing a list of what my is on my Partner Wishlist:
1) A romantic and loving guy (often end up with guys who dont know how to even spell romance and will not see a girlie movie)
2)A guy who has a career and plans for his future (I dont want no scrub )
3) A guy who has a sense of humour and can make me laugh (not make jokes about me though)
4) A guy with nice hands *blush*
5) A man who can cook (that is such a sexy quality)
So my wishlist is not too long …….So maybe like Bridget I will find Mr Darcy…. one day…..
I have a crazy infactuation with all things British……But dont blame me as I lived there for over ten years..
As a kid I grew up watching Mr Bean and Faulty Towers and fell in love with the British sense of humour. So when I decided to spread my wings and fly London was no surprise. In my head I had visions of snow , fog , Royal Family and Tower Bridge.During my exploration I fell more in love with Britain….
The famous pubs, museums,double decker buses and the English accent all became a normal much loved feature of my everyday life as I explored the streets of London.
Each part of Britain is so unique and delightful with its own regional dialects , customs and inhabitants. But the thing that struck me was how diverse it was and was a definate melting pot of cultures. Each of these cultural groups brought with them their traditions and food.
One of my greatest life lessons was realizing I had such a great rich culture coming from South Africa but was totally smitten by the Brits.
Now days I still watch BBC programmes , buy all things British I see in local shops, hang on to London memories and get super excited when friends there send me a care package……
A dear friend of mine C sent me this the other day…..after I thanked him for always supporting my blogging … The words have been ringing through my head the entire week…..Thanks C I love Dr Seuss Wisdom