The actress has been sharing some moments from the trip on her social media pages, and as opposed the usually extravagant and luxurious vacations Mzansi celebs usually take, Connie seems to have taken a different approach.The actress shared snaps engaging in the usual touristy actions in Bali such as the swings and the views. However, she’s alluded to also using the time to conquer fears.
“I conquered one of my biggest fears! Stepping out of my comfort zone, small action by small action. God is good.”In one of her posts, the widow expressed how much she misses late husband Shona Ferguson, especially as the pair used to do everything together.
“My skat, life is just different without you dawg. I miss you so much! Go ikamogela seemo (To accept the situation) does not make it any easier.
“I’ll never stop missing you. I love you always and forever.❤️ Hope you’re resting well, my king,” she wrote.
Shona died in July 2021 from complications related to Covid-19, and Connie has been left to pick up the pieces.
In a recent sit-down with Newzroom Afrika, Connie recalled Shona’s battle with Covid-19 and how she nursed him and monitored his oxygen after he was discharged to recover at home.