Lighthouse Jive by Jonathan Dunne My rating: 5 of 5 stars Read this book when I was sick in bed, gave me a good laugh… It was a quick read for me. This book tells me once in a while we need to – – go on trips/vacation with no…

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Faultlines by Barbara Taylor Sissel My rating: 4 of 5 stars Book Review: Faultlines by Barbara Taylor Sissel A fast read for me. The book talks about the usual life that we have, nothing fancy or magical. How kids grow up and have a personality of their own, how sisters…

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Dear friends, Recently I took courage and wrote a short story for a local newspaper “short-story” contest. I didn’t win the contest but it gave me immense courage and confidence to hone my skills even better. And I’m thankful all you lovely people who come by my blog and give…

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Hide the Elephant by Jonathan Dunne My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh well, this book just delivers as per expectations. A fast read for me, I liked the book thoroughly. Alzheimer’s is one thing that everyone dreads right and before it casts its spell, do whatever you want to…

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In Response to Discover Challenge – Animal Disclaimer: This post is not a happy one, so please refrain from reading if you don’t want to know/talk/hear about death.  It’s such a curse for being an animal in this Man’s world, right?! Today I witnessed it first hand. This post is…

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In response to Discover challenge – Animal This is a story of my baby. The baby to whom I have not given birth. But, she is equally important to me. She’s my first one. We got her when she was just barely 40 days old. We had gone to see…

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In response to WordPress Weekly photo challege – Mirror This week, show us a mirror. You can take this photo challenge literally, and find reflections in mirrors, or in the stillness of a natural body of water. Live in an urban area? Some skyscrapers are beautifully reflective of the cityscape…

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In response to Weekly photo challenge – Edge This week, share your own interpretation of “edge.” Take a photo from an actual edge, like a balcony, a window, or a seaside bluff (wherever you are, stay safe!). Focus on a sharp angle or object, or show us the outer margins of…

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In Response to FFfAW Challenge – Week of September 13, 2016. This week’s photo prompt is provided by Jade M. Wong. Thank you Jade for our photo prompt! ====== Of course, the amount of money I made in my life, I had to, at least, get me this luxurious room. Now, I’m sitting here,…

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Dear friends, Recently I took courage and wrote a short story for a local newspaper “short-story” contest. I didn’t win the contest but it gave me immense courage and confidence to hone my skills even better. And I’m thankful all you lovely people who come by my blog and give…

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