All things must come to an end and so did our time with family and friends in South Africa. We returned to Central America at the start of June and it was a tough goodbye to say after everything that happened in the 3 months while we were home.
Most of our time was spent with family, understandably so, and Rufus put everything of himself into building his mom and dad’s dream home. Thank you to every member of our family, close and extended, for everything while we were there – the chats, the meals, the help with building the house, the support after Ma passed and the laughs. You are all so special to us.
And then we have our amazing group of friends that understood if we couldn’t see them, to be with family. Those we did manage connect with did a wonderful job of taking our minds off the loss and pain while managing to inspire us with new dreams and joy when we did see them.
Rufus, Cherie, Leo, Rhiannon and me – Ma se mooistes x
family effort, working hard to get the house done in time!
like brother like sister, two monkeys on the roof Rufus & Chris: there is no hope for any kind of normalcy when these two get together… and it’s great! 1 day after we arrived in South Africa, taken at the Root 44 Market, outside Stellenbosch. Photo Credit: JC van der Westhuizen long lost friends from my time on the cruise ships in the Caribbean – me, Karen, Acil and Rufus my dad making fun with my sister’s scarf – he always knows how to make us laugh STEAK and mashed potatoes. nuff said. breakfast view in Mosselbay Rufus and the happiest baby on the face of the earth, Anya My sister Emily and her trademark “Berry” smile 😉 Melodian reunion: Viv, Wilhelm, Rufus and I back where it all started with Melody almost 5 years ago! Rufus training Juno – I adore these two our first date was on the beach, eating ice cream, and 14yrs later we’re still doing it whenever we get the chance guess who’s the odd one out… oogies 😉