I did a National Diploma in Food Service Management at the Cape Technikon’s Hotel School in Granger Bay.
I homeschool our two daughters and manage our household.
I see it as a wonderful opportunity to support my husband, Stéphan, in this worthwhile cause and to obey God’s command in James 1:27: “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”
I have been married to my hero, Stéphan, for almost 19 years. We were blessed with three beautiful daughters: Caro, Karla and Simoné.
I have completed two half marathons, the Winelands and Two Oceans, which was a huge accomplishment for me. These days I have to resort to walking, seeing that I’m battling with knee problems. Hopefully I can start running again soon.
My first dream for D4D is that we will be able to glorify God through everything that we do and that God will use humble and ordinary people to do what He guides us to do. Secondary to that, I dream of the day when Stéphan and I can be involved in D4D on a full time basis.