Month: January 2015

Undefined!

Thanks for sharing my work! I choose ARTS to study but did that make me any different, did it define me? Many people like to think so….. Was it a compromise? Especially when people told me that I should have at least taken Commerce! That I went on to do my MBA hardy matters now. …

$100 February Blogger Appreciation Giveaway 2015 by Mother Daughter Book Reviews

Thanks for sharing my work! Welcome to the  $100 February Blogger Appreciation Giveaway 2015  hosted by   Mother Daughter Book Reviews. This is my “Shoutout” to my wonderful “Book Blasters” who posted book blasts with us over the month of December, 2014.  Big, big thank you to each and every one of you!  You are …

Dewi and the Seeds of Doom Book Review.

Thanks for sharing my work! About the Book Title: Dewi and the Seeds of Doom  *  Author: Maggie Lyons  *  Year Published: 2012  *  Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing * Pages: 70  *  Recommended Age: 6+ Summary: When Dewi is clobbered by a falling rat, the nosy Welsh dragon snoops his way into a challenging predicament. Helped by a toad with a passion for chemical wart cures, Dewi discovers …

#SnapYourWeek 5

Thanks for sharing my work! Jai Hind! It had to be the picture of the  National Flag;  it is looking majestic – day and night!!  {Yes, I have been going to the park more often.} How to  #SnapYourWeek 1.  Take a picture that you feel was the most memorable or influential moment of your week …

#SnapYourWeek 4

Thanks for sharing my work! The winter has been merciless but these beautiful pink blossoms brightened my week.  Can identify this flower? How to  #SnapYourWeek 1.  Take a picture that you feel was the most memorable or influential moment of your week and post it on your blog. Use the hash-tag #SnapYourWeek 2.  Describe the …

Angelic Roses!!

Thanks for sharing my work! She smiled as she stroked them. Touching them tenderly and caressing them as if they were made of the most delicate porcelain. They were indeed! Softest skin to touch, so clear, so milky white and pure; just divine! Tiny yet perfect images, she thought. Fingers, hands, toes, eyes, nose; everything …