As a child, Diana’s unconventional upbringing, with equally unconventional grandparents and an unusual education, provided the ideal breeding grounds for a vivid imagination, shrewd observations and an enviable treasure trove of experiences.
Diana has variously been a nurse, teacher, journalist, wife and mother. She lives in Johannesburg near her family; she buys and sells semi-precious stones, speaks Kikuyu with a Kenyan African, writes several long letters, the old fashioned way, every day. Her wit and astonishing recollection are undiminished.
Her sense of fair play has remained with her throughout and she continues to stand up for what is right.