On-air with a dancing environmentalist

They come in different shapes and sizes. The crazier the better, i would say.

They come in different shapes and sizes. The crazier the better, i would say.

She is different.

She is one of those girls you meet and get stuck explaining to people how you became such good friends.

She was born in Dorset, a county in South West England on the English Channel coast and has the African rhythm in her soul.

Her name is Naomi Ruth Arnold and she was my guest on the show on February 8.

She is a Masters student of Sustainability, Planning and Environmental Policy at Cardiff University and she can touch her nose with her tongue.

Yes, really she can! I saw it!

She has a sister called Zoe and her boyfriend’s name is Matt Gary Derrick Nurse – big rugby player who is training to be a special needs teacher.

She is one of those people who just want to let it go and enjoy the day as it comes!

She hates chart music, loves being outside, listening to the birds; “the simple things in life.”

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Hope you like it. Feel free to critique a well.


Diversity brings change

Diversity brings change

As i stood in the corner of the shop looking for the best angle to take this shot,
i thought to myself…

What is the fuss usually about anyway..

Days are spent selecting one of these. Time is spent sending to a seamstress. Moments are spent worrying about whether the right design will be achieved.

“Excuse me,” a lady said behind me.

There was nothing to remember about this woman. She just had on some of the finest prints i had come across. She was in slippers. Dreads. Even her bag was in print.

I guess that is when i got it.

Staying different will make you act different.

Diversify. Change