25 September, 2011

Celebrations.

We celebrated Heritage Day with the family...with a good  'ol braai of course. Which is really not that special, considering we braai so often...but there really is no better way to celebrate the diversity of this country...it's the one thing each and every one of us does...

So we squeezed in as much South African 'stuff' as we could...
Got the braai on the go...
And then spent the evening just enjoying each others company....and eating and drinking of course...
Two of my favourite things...my family and my country. Happy Heritage Day South Africa...I am truly thankful to be living within your borders...

10 comments:

2Summers said...

Fantastic pics!

cat said...

Brilliant braai day - lovely pics as per usual.

V-n-J said...

lovely pics! proudly south african (even though not currently within her borders!)

ps i would love a sip of that cream soda:)

Sarah said...

Hi Hayley, it's Sarah from Lea's blog! Thought I'd have a look at yours....Biltong flavoured crisps! I'll have to see if they have any in our international isles here!

and I hope one day to visit. Fingers crossed my best friend goes back yo get married in her home country!!

Lovely photo's...looks like you had a great evening :)

Lea White said...

Stunning photos. Wow, that brought back so many memories! Creme Soda, Ultramel, pap. Have never had biltong flavoured chips though, but that must have been nice :-). How do you get your photos to display like this?

blackhuff said...

I agree with you. There really aren't any other way better, to celebrate Heritage day than with a braai. Glad you all enjoyed it.

Bo said...

Hayley, you are truly the most positive, Proudly Saffar I know. I loved these pics. Pleeze invite me for for braai day next year! i love pap en sous!

Natasha in Oz said...

Thank you so much for sharing these happy family memories with me! I will have to go and find out what a braai is though...that is new to me. It looks fun!

Are you watching the rugby?!

Best wishes for a wonderful week,
Natasha.

Sarah said...

You're more than welcome Hayley, and it's thanks to Lea I found you :)
Hmmm, haven't had a braai in while, might just have to organise one.....

Lynette said...

Another wonderful South African tradition is always finding a reason to braai;-)