Cathi’s blog posts are simply unique, engaging, humour-filled, with doses of wisdom tucked in between. I doubt I will ever look at peas in a pod or Swiss cheese, old shoes and everything in-between the same way again. She has excellent conversations with the most mundane things in life. Take a peek.
Hello lovely, welcome to June. It’s a blazing hot month over here – UAE – and I wonder how your ends doing?
I would like to thank all the recent follows to my blog. It’s a pleasure to connect and share this space with you. I host monthly blog parties where you get to network with other bloggers.
Do make yourself comfortable. Refreshments are nicely arranged down the page: Drinks, Chocolates, Cakes, Donuts, freshly squeezed juice, Coffee, Tea and so much more.
The little party rules.
Be friendly. Mix and mingle with others. Don’t be a wallflower. Blog parties offer the opportunity to meet many other bloggers in one place. Use the opportunity effectively.
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Have fun, this is a great way to find bloggers and have them find you.
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I have a second blog abode just in case you want to check it out.
This month I am promoting Nutstrok’s new book as my own little way of supporting other authors. Just click on the image or check my sidebar.
The only phrase I find apt to use in describing this book is ‘it’s pure gold.’ Once I dug into the first chapter from England to Jamestown – the story of Andrew and Molly, I got hooked and didn’t stop till I finished it.
Linda paints a vivid, compelling story that I was transported back into time and could picture the voyage, the misery and the tough as leather lifestyle of these pioneers. Yet, it’s filled with verve, the strength of body and mind, resilience and inspiration.
A beautiful series that strongly reminds me of Janette Oke’s books which I absolutely adore.
Ex-pat This poem from Rick makes me smile because it hits home. As one who has lived the life of an ex-pat here and there in the past decade, I sometimes find myself adrift in my cup, pensive with thoughts of nostalgia of home across the ocean in Africa and home across the ocean in North America.
Hurricane Matthew Haiku The gust of the wind and ripping sounds captured in Pamela’s short video and haiku tells you how of the beautiful side of nature even when it’s furious and frightening.
X-men: is it possible that you are a mutant? An interesting perception.
Notably sound: I enjoyed this post from Roo. As we age, the younger generation tends to think that the older parent are no longer as sound as ever. I like Roos’ practical approach of proving them wrong 😉