This n’ That….its a variety

The word companionable is synonymous to gregarious and that is an adjective that would describe companionme fittingly, though I have my moody alone moments when I want to marinate in those horrible, leave me alone juices.

My spirits are perked up most of the time and as a companion to my gregarious personality, my taste runs to eclectic style in things, even with the blogs that I follow which are over Five Hundred in number and range from vibrant pictures, cute pets, sage counsels, wise quotes, health and wellness, security consciousness and so on.

They motivate and inspire me. They enlighten me by teaching new things. They take me places with the clicks of their cameras. They make me smile,Β laugh and cry and I am glad that I belong to these group of they.

A day spent going through this and that on my reader or email would find me dropping little likes and comments here and there. It finds me laughing, or with my brows furrowed in mindful thought. It finds me in awe or whispering a silent prayer in my heart for someone. I have close encounters with soothing sights and thoughts and belly rumbling bites teasing my eyes.

I truly don’t have a favorite, favorite blog, because I seek out what each blog as an entity has to offer and probably because my reading taste is also myriad, it is pretty difficult to narrow down on one choice. ”Never ask a mother to choose between her children.” Always know that with each day that passes, beautiful ones are born.”

It would be utterly boring if I had to stick to the same kind of blogs and all. A sprinkle of sparkles, a dash or colour blends better to make the muted grays more tolerable.

Β© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

In response to The Daily Post prompt Companionable

Head to one of your favorite blogs. Write a companion piece to their penultimate post.

41 thoughts on “This n’ That….its a variety

  1. I couldn’t agree more! I love being inspired, and learning from other bloggers. When I am interested in a new subject, or contemplating about traveling somewhere I always go to WordPress search site, and usually found an interesting blog about it. ..and the there’s the 300++ blogs that I follow, and return to for inspiration. Thank You for always being a source of inspiration, and for the pingback. I usually turn to your blog when I want to get my words flow more easily, you truly have a way with words. A storyteller. Have an awesome day!

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  2. What attracts me to you, despite all of our differences, is that you are such an unique individual and you celebrate it by be content to be the only, you. Unlike so many others who spend their time looking for others who mirror them, you celebrate the unique, individuality of others by celebrating them. Though I only, know you by your words, I hold you close in my heart as friend who sees me as I am and is to content to love me as I am. And I love you back.:0)

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  3. I was looking back over mine recently and realized that you are one of my cheerleaders here for awhile…….and I remember motivation from seeing your blog on facebook and ‘getting back over here to blog’ after seeing you again πŸ˜€ Ta da, I am in the 500 and not lost in the shuffle and i say Thank You for the memories……and the travels, and pictures, and culture, and etc…… on my good neighbor, blog on!

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  4. Well said, my dear friend! When I started blogging, I had no idea the adventures that awaited me as I explored the blogsphere. To pick a favorite is an impossible task, and I learn, grow and discover something new with each adventure.

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I love it when you decorate my heart with your words..

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