Tag Archive | Ancient Egyptians

In other words…Wordless Wednesday.

Hieroglyphics


Below is my first just published Poetry Book “Out of the silent breath” which is available on Amazon and Smashwords.

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Wonderful, evocative poetry by a talented writer. Left me hungry for more. Jacqueline can write! Linda Bethea

Out of the silent breath

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Did You Know….

 

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Quick Quirky Fact:

I must warn you that I like to learn new stuff and they might include silly things that make me roar in laughter.

The doctor who administered enemas to ancient Egyptian Pharaohs was called ‘the shepherd of the royal anus.’

What’s in a title, you may want to ask.

It’s always lovely to start the week and each day as much as we can with a smile and positive outlook. I find Leannenz Monday memes interesting.

Do have a fruitful and blessed week awesome people.

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha