If a picture tells a 1000 words, I guess I‘ve just written a novel!
I loved connecting with my roots on my recent trip to Kenya and invested in this beautiful burnt orange statement necklace. Featuring authentic intricate Masaai beadwork with an on trend choker design, it is both eye-catching and striking. Now I just need to figure out where I’m going to show this beauty off! #DrReenAbroad
The excited squealing as we opened the door to our executive junior suite must have reverberated through the neighbouring walls! The suite was glorious. I could not stop looking around at the gold and rich brown tones in the fixtures and furniture which lent the room a modern but elegant feel. And having spied the
Church services. Deafening fireworks. Gorgeous sparklers waved that bit too close to ones face for comfort. Ending the countdown in a massive group hug with the closest warm bodies (human or animal) to you. I love the climatic element in the run up to New Year’s Day. The air is almost heavy-ladened with feverish anticipation;
Medical Elective. The two words a young medical student, at the beginning of the journey from novice to junior doctor, clings to during mind-numbingly dull lectures on cell mitochondria and intense grillings from Consultants on hospital placements. Not least of all, during those dark and lengthy revision periods where one’s peers have already been released