In 2009 I moved to Bermuda with my husband(Leo). I had so much free time I picked up knitting and crochet. I became good at it and have designed and written some patterns of my own. The first pattern I created was the Diagonal Stitch Blanket, people liked it and I decided to keep designing more.I have always known that I am a creative person by nature but blogging has made me realise I am happiest when I am making things. It could be anything really.
I can not find most vegetables we eat in Zimbabwe regularly here in Bermuda so I container garden. I mostly grow herbs, mustard greens and pumpkin leaves. This year I even started growing my own flowers, they make me so happy.
In 2014 I had my son, Leo Tafadzwa. I am a full-time mom, so my life has changed in the last year. I now also blog about being a parent in a foreign country.
Since having Leo, I realised there are not any Shona baby books, so I have created some books for him. I have self-published Michero: A Shona Counting Book and ABC neChishona, Zvipfuyo and Mhuka dzemusango.
Both of these books are available as free e-books and on iTunes. They are also available to print form Blurb.
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Hope you enjoy reading my blog as much as I enjoy writing it.