The Mousetrap

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has been running continuously for 62 years in the London’s West End. In my six years of marriage and fifteen years of living away from home I have never had occasion to use a mousetrap…so I had to be caught eventually. Continue reading

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Six days in Capetown

I had six days at the Third Health Systems Global conference at Capetown and the experience was truly enriching. But at first I wasn’t quite sure what to make of the city. (this trip was two weeks before Cyclone Hudhud ergo the delay in this post) Continue reading

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Brain grow

I don’t really have time to be writing this. But I’ve recently read that when I write about something new, when ideas are whizzing by, my brain grows. I think this article may have changed my life – at least my insecurity towards criticism and failure, especially in things I think I’m good at. Continue reading

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