“Mummy, I’m going to be sick”. Here we go again, I thought.
“Brad, is this ‘I’m going to be sick’ like when we were on the airplane flying into Africa? But then you weren’t sick. Or like when you were sick over the taxi driver? ”
“I don’t know, mummy.”
“Be a good boy and if you think you’re going to be sick, be sick in this.” I said handing him the paper bag. “Then take it to that nice lady wearing the hat.”
I hoped he realised I meant the air stewardess, not the passenger wearing a colourful turban.
Ann Patras was born and raised in Burton upon Trent in the English Midlands though she spent over thirty years living in Africa with her husband, Ziggy.. After raising three kids and countless dogs she and Ziggy now live in Andalucia, Spain where Ann is busy writing the sequel to her first book Into Africa: with 3 kids, 13 crates and a husband, which reached Amazon’s No. 1 Bestseller slot in its category. As that covered only the first year of their experiences, Ann has many more adventures with which to amuse her readers in future books.