Posted by: thewaspes | February 16, 2020

Our first newsletter using Mailchimp

Please click the link to view our most recent newsletter.

Posted by: thewaspes | February 14, 2019

Our growing boys

3 boys

Sonney, Micah and Marley (from left to right)

Posted by: thewaspes | February 14, 2019


I just checked on our blog and realised that it has been two years since I last update it!  I have recently been learning Mail Chimp which gives us a more easy way to send out newsletters.  If you would like to receive these updates then please email me and I can add you to our mailing list.  Over the next few weeks I hope to update our website to make it look a bit fresher and new.

Watch this space……..

Posted by: thewaspes | February 11, 2017

And now it’s my turn!

It has been well over a year since I last had the chance to travel but today marks the start of a busy six months for me.  Not Africa this time but I am venturing in to new territories for me……. North America!   First stop Calgary.   It’s a little cooler than the 30 degrees we have been experiencing in the lowveld today!  I am excited to spend the first few days with the Hands Canada family.  It will be my first time on Canadian soil!!!

Posted by: thewaspes | January 21, 2017


I was here just 5 minutes before finding the local market to sort supper. 

Posted by: thewaspes | January 20, 2017

Best garden award…. 

Having now visited every one of our local offices across the eight different countries we work in Africa I’d give the “best garden award” to Dedza Service Centre, Malawi. 

Posted by: thewaspes | January 19, 2017

Malawi bound…. 

Posted by: thewaspes | January 18, 2017

Back to school 

Today was a big day in our household as Micah started grade one!!  He is so excited to have finally made it to big school with his brothers 

Sonney is now in Grade four and Marley grade five.

Posted by: thewaspes | July 23, 2016

Next weekend…. 

Next weekend I’ll be in Zimbabwe….. 

Posted by: thewaspes | July 23, 2016

This afternoon… 

This afternoon I spent time washing clothes in a drought hit Swaziland stream with these two beauties.

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