Tag: Linda

Danelle’s Memorial Service on #7delaan

Tonight was Danelle’s memorial service on 7de laan, three days after her death. Ryno and Linda offered to help Bernard get the house ready for the memorial. He just asked that they keep things simple for Danelle. He told his mom that he’s genuinely glad she is there. That’s one of the many things that’s

Danelle’s Death is Acknowledged on #7delaan

It started to look like Danelle’s friends were once again going to ignore her death in 7de laan – but then Charmaine acknowledged her. Mind you she also mentioned how the coffee shop smelt like blood still. Which makes Ntabi and Paula’s cheerful little meeting a meter or so from Oppiekoffie yesterday even worse. Charmaine

Linda was so Nasty to Danelle on 7de laan

The fact that Danelle was able to listen to Linda insult her like she did on 7de laan tonight, speaks of her good upbringing. Because most other women would have at the very least walked out on her before she uttered one word. Some might even have thrown a pot of coffee in her general

Linda introduces Bernard to Lienkie #7delaan

How much more intrusive can Linda be in her only son’s life? A day after she heard of Bernard and Danelle’s breakup, she introduces Bernard to Lienkie. On an ambush blind date at the Deli no less. No one can accuse Linda of not being determined, hey. Linda lured Bernard to the deli on the

Danelle Stands up for herself on 7de laan

Since Linda’s arrival in Hillside, Danelle has been forced out of her shell. Who wouldn’t after  constantly being insulted by the man you love’s mother? Bernard hasn’t help matters by forcing Danelle’s company on Linda. He invited her to a mother/son catch up dinner at an expensive restaurant without warning either. And he knows Linda

Bernard introduces Danelle to Linda on 7de laan

On Monday Linda arrived in 7de Laan, Hillside, with a sprained ankle and a brain transplant apparently. Instead of being happy to see her son and wanting to know everything about what’s going on in his life, she went on and on and on about nothing. Leaving Bernard no chance to introduce Danelle, who was