Abel Prasad’s History Lesson – W H Richardson

The baby carriage was invented in 1733 by English architect William Kent. It was designed for the 3rd Duke of Devonshire's children and was basically a child's version of a horse-drawn carriage. The invention would become popular with upper-class families. With the original design, the baby or child was seated on a shell-shaped basket atop a wheeled carriage. … Continue reading Abel Prasad’s History Lesson – W H Richardson

Being a Father

  No one has to tell you that when you become a dad, your life is forever changed. In the months leading up to my your birth, I politely smiled and nodded as well-meaning people kept trying to prepare me for fatherhood by telling me the same tired cliches: "Say goodbye to your social life!" … Continue reading Being a Father


My father was a lover of poetry and as I grew up he often would teach me some. Recently I stumbled on a poem he had read years ago to me whilst we sat in the construction site of his University in Fiji. The poem is called A Child Of Mine. This famous poem by Edgar … Continue reading Poetry