Biography of TaNyA EnGeL
Tanya Engel (Maiden Surname Stanford) is wife to Warren Engel and mother to twin boys Nathan (born 2004) , Sheldon (born 2004) and from her husband’s side, is also mother to Connor (born 2004) and Hannah-Mae (born 2003) .
Tanya was born 18 January 1980 in Johannesburg but later her family moved to Durban when she was 14 years old. She attended Escombe Primary School for her Standard 5 (Grade 7) year and there after attended Queensburgh Girls High School from Standard 6 (Grade 8) to Matric. After school Tanya went on to do a two year Diploma course in Business Administration and Computers and later whilst working at Edcon Contact Centre she also completed Credit Management 1 and 2.
Tanya works in the contact centre environment, whilst her husband is an Operations Director for a popular clothing chain store.
Tanya met her husband the year her family moved from Johannesburg to Durban in 1994. Tanya and Warren became friends when they were in the same class at school in Standard 5 (Grade 7) and parted after primary school. Years later,2011 they met up again and instantly shared the same connection they did in primary school. They got married 7 July 2012 at the Harvest Time Church in Hillary and moved in together.
Currently the family reside in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Queensburgh.
TaNyA EnGeL Poems
You keep telling me what to do But I have a different point of view Your so-called simple solutions
Jesus (Upon The Cross)
They beat You so bad it ripped the skin off Your body bare And surrounded by a pool of Your own blood, they didn't care Crown of thorns they forced upon Your head My Lord how much You must have bleed
I new your time was heading near I could see the pain was too much to bear I remember the call
Today I learn to crawl Tomorrow I'll walk and then run For a new day has begun
A Woman's Heart
Her heart in size may be small But she has the strength to stand tall When life rearranges it all
A Friend Indeed
From worlds apart As strangers we met Best friends now are we
When you're feeling sad And life keeps treating you bad When your eyes are full of tears
You teach me right from wrong And give me a place I know I'll always belong You always remain strong at heart
Africa (Lol - Laugh Out Loud)
We live in the bush and know nothing of bankcards Wild animals running free in our backyards Our people wear nothing but animal skins Or at least that's what my friends from abroad seem to think
You keep telling me what to do
But I have a different point of view
Your so-called simple solutions
Are just pure pollutions
In my thoughts I hear your voice
But in the end it's still my choice