We Are Ready For The Road Come 2016…
By Benjamin Junior Kalyolyo
31, 12. 2015
IF we all had a chance to define Christmas festive season, we would all be surprised with what other answers people have in mind. For most grown-ups, Christmas is all about waiting for that lucrative bonus from work, going out to a 5 star restaurant and ordering the most expensive steak while sipping on a nice bottle of champagne.
Well, if you are a very busy person and have spent most of the year at work, it will be very understandable if you take a break to enjoy and catch up with all the fun missed out during the year.
Children honour Christmas more seriously than most adults. For them Christmas is all about having an opportunity to be granted with Christmas tree and also getting a chance to decorate with flashy lights. They also love the surprise of getting lots and lots of presents placed underneath the tree on Christmas Eve or Christmas day. Children also love new clothes and their favourite cooked home meal and not forgetting ice cream for dessert.
Dineo Munthali, (8) Donald Nkomo, (10) Alinafe Kalyolyo (1 year 10 months) and Chelsea Kalyolyo (8) were lucky to get two bicycles on Christmas day as a Christmas present from their parents. They have been practising cycling from the day they got them on Christmas day until New Year’s Eve.
As they ride around the house all day falling and struggling to ride it inspires every adult watching them. The children’s dream is to ride the streets of Roodekop Ext.31by 1st of January 2016 not like amateurs but as kids who knew how to ride a bicycle in a few days.