The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same…

Things that haven’t changed since ’I were a lad’: ... People saying “when I were a lad, you could buy a three piece suit for £20 ”. (Only in those days, they used to say “when I were a lad, you could buy a suit for 10/6”). ... People saying “when I were a lad,... Continue Reading →

Just next door around the world…

Just next door around the world... I’d like to introduce you to two of my children. Their names are Musa and Anahi and they are thirteen and eleven years old respectively. Musa lives in Tanzania with his Grandmother who is a subsistence farmer; his mother died of HIV/AIDS when he was seven years old, we... Continue Reading →

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