Monthly Archives: December 2011

THE EARLY TRAVELLER

The early traveller picked his steps with such sharp precision as he made his way to the park that he left no one in doubt that he was treading a very familiar path, because only a person conversant with the … Continue reading

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TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ‘CHEAP’ RECORDS

I remember that we had copies of the Guinness Book of World Records in my Secondary school library in those days, and lazy students that we sometime were we would stroll into the library like we had an important book … Continue reading

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MY CHRISTMAS NOTE

I was born into a Christian family and I remember many of my childhood Christmases. Christmas was a time to eat, drink and enjoy many things we didn’t have during the rest of the years, particularly as a ‘middle-class’ family, … Continue reading

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