Fandango's Provocative Question # FPQ

FPQ#41: “The past is always tense, the future perfect.”

Today’s FPQ posed by Fandango is a quote from author Zadie Smith “The past is always tense, the future perfect.” Fandango elaborates on this quote by saying that we sometimes have a negative perception of the furure. I beg to differ. Most people have a selective memory of the past and remember it as being better than it actually was. You can find literature full … Continue reading FPQ#41: “The past is always tense, the future perfect.”

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Share Your World 9-16-19

Melanie of sparksfromacombustiblemind has created this quiz for us: This week I’m doing something a little different. Still questions and answers, but this week I’ve gathered those from other bloggers. There are a few more than usual too, which you can choose to answer all of or some of. If you’ve done the question on that other blogger’s site, feel free to use the answer … Continue reading Share Your World 9-16-19

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Two Mystery Blogger Awards

August has got to be my lucky month. Earlier this month I was nominated for a Mystery Blogger Award and a Sunshine Blogger Award By Sadje of Keep It Alive.  Now I have been nominated for yet another Mystery Blogger Award by the lovely Beckie of Beckie’s Mental Mess. I am going to respond to both Mystery Blogger Awards in this post because they are … Continue reading Two Mystery Blogger Awards

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How to always have enough time : 5 easy tips (Enough time Part III)

In an ideal world, everyone would always have enough time for everything. Unfortunately, real life is far from ideal and we keep chasing this elusive sense of “enough time”. These days, blogging is my favourite activity but I don’t seem able to blog as much as I would like to. You can read about that by clicking here. This got me thinking about the concept … Continue reading How to always have enough time : 5 easy tips (Enough time Part III)


Feeling blue about plastic #SoCS Sept. 14/19

Today’s SoCS prompt involves writing about the first blue object you see. I have just come home after shopping. Among other things, I bought a plastic storage container with a blue lid. What a coincidence ! I need to wrap and store some delicate objects so I also bought five metres of bubble wrap. Now I am feeling guilty. My guilt arises from the fact … Continue reading Feeling blue about plastic #SoCS Sept. 14/19