With the benefit of hindsight, It is easy to be wise. This should have been done differently, That should have been left unaid. Innings played better, Chess moves better executed. Wars fought another way, Countries governed better. But that is the problem with hindsight, It always comes after the event! Written for FOWC with Fandango — hindsight Continue reading With the benefit of hindsight….
Kristian from Tales from the mind of Kristian has tagged me for this challenge The “Getting to Know You” Challenge Here are the rules: The “Getting to know you” challenge. Just copy and paste the rules and the questions listed below and tag at least two people to take the challenge. Use the “Getting to Know You” pic and pingback to this post. Easy! The Questions: … Continue reading Getting to Know You
Fandango of This, That & The Other posts a weekly question on an issue that requires discussion and debate. You can check this out here:Fandango’s Provocative Question This week’s question is: “How do you feel about people who always seem to exaggerate when relating a story? Do you equate embellishment with lying? As a blogger, when, if ever, is stretching the truth, other than when … Continue reading FPQ #12 — Embellishment or Lying?
I think I am experiencing a glitch in my WordPress account. I like to write some of my posts piecemeal, saving them as I go. Then I schedule them to be published. I did this yesterday. The post got scheduled but never got published and never got saved either. Although the ‘scheduled and ‘saved buttons had appeared at the right times. I would love to … Continue reading Has this happened to you?
Lisa was a little girl with a fertile imagination. She loved to create stories about fairy creatures. Pixie, gnomes, fairies and elves all featured prominently in the tales she spun. Lisa told these stories to her younger siblings and cousins. She tried telling them to her classmates but they were not interested; they just wanted to talk about PlayStation and X box. Once Lisa wrote … Continue reading Lisa Tells A Story
Kristian at talesfromthemindofkristian tagged me for Tell the Story Challenge with this picture. This picture reminds me of a book I read as a child. I think it was set in 19th century America. I have forgotten the name of the book and the author but I think I remember some of the story. It was about a little girl called Melissa Ann Mitford who … Continue reading Tell the Story Challenge 2
I just got this notfication from WordPress about a rise in my traffic. A big shout out to my fellow bloggers and readers. Thank you , wonderful people. Continue reading Sharing a spike in my stats.
My views on blogging awards are a classic case of mixed feelings. I am thrilled to receive them, but if I receive more than one at a time I tend to get a little overwhelmed . It takes time to find interesting answers to the questions attached, think up intelligent questions of your own and link up to the people you nominate. Rory of A … Continue reading My views on Blogging Awards
Today there was tension on the factory floor. Usually it was a friendly place, with forty young girls working on their sewing machines and chattering incessantly. But today no one felt like gossiping. Their supervisor Miss Chang, was a middle aged lady, who ruled them firmly but fairly. Her philosophy was maintaining a relaxed family atmosphere in the workplace, while ensuring maximum efficiency. But today … Continue reading 3 T C 2019 #24
It was Tuesday evening, Dr. Elizabeth Strange was just back from the laboratory. Instinctively, she turned on the lights and then turned on some music. The apartment was filled with the melodious tones of Chamber music. Elizabeth worked as a genetic engineering research consultant. Her calling was a noble one, but involved long hours and high levels of alertness and accuracy. Her home, particularly her … Continue reading The Garden on the Balcony