Everyday People

Lady in red – Everyday beautiful people 87

When you raise a woman, you raise a village – African proverb

Women are the real architects of society – Anon

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I saw her from afar

She certainly stood apart

Like a beautiful Rose

Caught in a family of bramble.

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

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8 thoughts on “Lady in red – Everyday beautiful people 87

      1. For the longest times my blog was dormant because I didn’t know what to write about.. But then I found my reason for blogging in everybody around me and that really turned around my journey here. It’s people like you who inspire me Jacqueline. Thank you so much 🙂

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  1. My computer has crashed so I had to come to the library to get a dose of my “Jacqueline” fix. Sure enough you are worth the effort. I’m having time with a few friends even though my e-mail list is impossible to catch up with. 😀


  2. the 2 quotesare such a beautiful tribute to all the beautiful women everywhere….thank you for sharing and i will always look out for a lovely lady in red from now on and remember this

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