We decided to visit the Mall of Africa in Midrand. After all, it was Maggie's wish to go there a year ago. I wanted to pop in at the iStore and look at the latest iMac.
After drooling over the computers in the iStore we went to the bank and spent a lot of time there which turned out to be a total waste of time. That was actually the previous week.
This week we returned to the Mall of Africa and decided to try Incredible Connection. I was still intent on getting that iMac. Looking at the Mac I tried out the new features and it looked really cool, but it was as if I had to convince myself to choose it. Most of my software is Windows driven. Changing to a Mac would be a huge adjustment.
Since I was in the store with all sorts of computers I decided to walk around and look at other makes to clear my head. That's when I discovered the gaming machines. I'm not a gamer but was intrigued by the hardware. That's when I saw the ASUS ROG G752VS I7 GAMING NOTEBOOK.
During the 60’s and 70’s, I fancied cars like the Ford Capri with a Gunston paint scheme and fat mags. Also, the imported left-hand-drive Mustangs. With the introduction of the Ford Granada, my brother bought one with a hearse gearshift. A lovely beast of a car which I drove once. It had a powerful, throaty V-8 engine that sent shivers down my spine.
We used to love going to the saloon car races at Kyalami. From my seat in the grandstand, I had always had a bird’s eye view over a large part of the track. I could see a lot of the action and caught the excitement when the cars came roaring past. It was a great time for me.
One day, long after that, I was invited to Kyalami again to experience a lap in an Opel Calibri – my favourite car at that time. Behind the wheel was one of South Africa’s champ drivers. He was very skilled and put the Calibri through its paces while I sat in the back with another guest. That gave me a totally different perspective of what it’s like to drive the car …
My wife, Maggie, just had her hair tinted and cut by Cornel of House of Hair Salon in Norkem Park. What a lovely result. She is very happy!
The now-famous House of Hair Salon in Norkem, a suburb of Kempton Park on the East Rand, has an updated website. All for customer convenience.
This hair salon has been around for 16 years and specialises in hair styling making use of well-known brands such as Matrix, Elumen, Goldwell, Hannon and Strands of Love. It's been a year now since the owner, Cornel, agreed to a new mobile-friendly website and a stunningly effective Facebook page.
Here are 3 testimonials:
Cornel is a colour genius! Never ever walked out there not feeling happy. She knows what she is doing and tells her clients exactly what they can expect, the best hairdresser by far.
Cornel is a colour genius and uses quality products! Come out looking and feeling like a million dollars! Fabulous salon with friendly staff! Thank you, House Of Hair!!