Milnerton Flea Market was calling my name on this beautiful day in Cape Town and Daniel and I couldn’t imagine staying inside all day. We decided to do a little Cape Town exploring. Also, thanks to Eskom, there was loadshedding and we decided to spend that time out and about.
Milnerton Flea Market
Neighbours. Whether they’re banging on the walls or stealing your parking spot, it’s always an adventure. I’ve shared before how living in a complex surrounded by neighbours can be… fun. But having strangers above and below you can also suck quite a bit. Like life, complex living has its ups and downs.
As 2014 starts winding down to a close, many people are doing some internal searching and thinking about this year that has flown by and I’m no different.
If you’ve been following me or this blog for a while, you’ll no that about 8 months ago, The Husband lost his job.
He was originally retrenched from Chaos Computers and soon after got another (short-lived) job that he didn’t enjoy but was let go because of bad planning on the part of the employer.
All-in-all, not ideal for a couple that had only been married a couple of months. It was rather stressful and an unexpected turn.
You can read more here:
Newly-weds: The good and the awful
The awful job situation – AN UPDATE
On the job hunt… Again
BUT – now, after all these months, there’s good news!