“Who moved my cheese?” asked Mr. Dormouse, looking for his lunch. ” I did, darling,”replied Mrs. Dormouse. “Have these apple slices instead. Everybody’s choosing the vegetarian lifestyle. It’s better for health.” Written for Three Things Challenge 3TC dormouse, cheese, apple. Continue reading The Vegetarian Lifestyle 3TC
Sadje of Keep it Alive has nominated me for Another Mystery Blogger Award. Thank you so much for this honor to my blog. I appreciate your nomination and recognition very much. Sadje is a prolific and popular blogger who has taken the blogosphere by storm. Do check out her blog. You will find it entertaining and uplifting. What is the Mystery Blogger Award? ‘An award … Continue reading Another Mystery Blogger Award
Do not take umbrage, At people who offend you; With their backbiting, slander and gossip. Instead, pity them: For their empty lives, and small minds, That take pleasure in belittling others. Written for : FOWC with Fandango —– umbrage. Image courtesy Pixabay. Continue reading Do not take umbrage…..
“They say, What say they? Let them say.” Bertrand Russell. This quote says everything that needs to be said about people being upset over the comments of others. Written for Linda G. Hill’s prompt One Liner Wednesday. Continue reading One Liner Wednesday
It was Sarah’s first day on her new job. It wasn’t just the job that was new. She had just moved to the Big City from her tiny hometown. Everything was new and different from what she was used to. A new apartment, new job and a new set of acquaintances: there was so much to get used to. Sarah had thought that she would … Continue reading Tell the Story
Robert Simms was a lowly bank clerk. He led a dull, humdrum existence.Every morning, he joined scores of others like him on the tube to town. From the tube station he caught a twenty minute bus ride to his bank. At the bank, he went through several of the formalities concerned with the counting, depositing and withdrawing of money. To Robert, these procedures concerning the … Continue reading Robert’s Inheritance
Scrabble is a word game that I used to play as a child. My parents frowned upon Monopoly and card games but didn’t mind scrabble since they considered it educational. Kids of today who are spoilt for choice with the dozens of recreation options available would not think much of Scrabble. But when I was growing up, video games could only be played in arcades. … Continue reading Scrabble
In December 2018, I reached the magical figures of 1337 likes, 200 follows and 100 blog posts. December was a really good month for my blog stats. These milestones came less than a month after I had reached 50 posts, 100 follows and 500 likes. You can read about this here. I had expected WordPress to send me a notification for 1000 likes but this … Continue reading 1337 likes, 100 posts, 200 followers: How I got here.
We are all familiar with the characters in fairy tales and nursery rhymes. As part of her QoQ series, Theresa, The Haunted Wordsmith, has asked us questions about some characters. Click here to see her original post. 1.Everyone thinks they know the story of Jack and Jill, but why did they really go up the hill? They went up the hill to attend the Summit … Continue reading Fairy tales & Nursery Rhymes–Queen of Questions # 4
Theresa, The Haunted Wordsmith creates fun challenges for us . This Queen of Questions #3, is the latest in her series of questions. You can view Theresa’s original post by clicking here. Today’s questions are about food. I love talking, reading and writing about food so I am going to have fun with these. What is your favorite chocolate dessert? This is so difficult to … Continue reading Queen of Questions, 2019, #3