Awombness: Working From Home

Awombness: Working From Home. There’s a certain freedom that working from home (wfh) allows one. I recently started on this latest craze. And I must say, it has a lot going for it. We recently had a plague of flies. And I do mean plague. Almost everyone has cinnamon on their window sills.

It was catastrophically horrific. City life? Joburg city life? Yeah, the plague is an apt metaphor. Anyhoo, it’s raining buckets at the moment. And it’s so wonderful to be dry and watch the rain falling in the garden. I am grateful.

And wfh is really freeing up my creative juices. I don’t struggle to write these days. It’s lovely. Awombness: Working From Home

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