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Featured Posts #24 ….Let me share your post links.

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Today’s featured blogs are:

Summer as a migrant farmer In Karuna’s words  ‘There were times during my college years that I picked fruit as a way of making some money. I remember picking blueberries in Seattle and apples in Yakima. I also remember sleeping under a bridge when I picked in Yakima. I enjoyed doing the outside, physical work.’

Imagine working your way through U.S. as a part-time farmer. Lot’s of memories in here.

Following Seas is a happy blog by dear Luanne where she shares a host of things. Do take a peek in and say hello.

When nature resumes her loveliness JoHanna shares some happiness and nature’s loveliness with us 🙂

Friendships A tribe untangled offers words that make you pause and think. Be still and listen to peace.

Interrogation I am truly wondering why Sarn is so stubborn. Many people would crack under interrogation.

Please visit their blogs and say hello. A few minutes may gain you a friendly support.

‘Do you want more eyes on your words?’

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‘We create a cohesive community when we come together.’

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

Featured Posts #24…Let me share your post links.

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Today’s featured blogs are:

Go and don’t tell or go tell Do you keep quiet when you should be telling? It’s worth finding out.

Preventing social media from ruining your relationship It’s a fact that social media is affecting relationships, but there are ways to handle it if you are wise. Explore!

Ties that bind in Oba’s borrowed words  below…Hmm! I won’t say much. Find out yourself 🙂

The feeling of hurt and anger overwhelmed her as she responded to her husband.

I know he loves me,so why do I feel rejected by his not wanting to hold my hands?

We’ve forgotten how to be human: From Jill I quote below:

But for a time it seemed that we were on the path to becoming a kinder, more gentle society; a society that was trying to overcome prejudices and see others as different, but not inferior.  But today that trend is reversing.  Today we are regressing back to a society that views all who do not look, act, speak, and think like us as being somehow inferior.  And that is just wrong.

What do I have to say about this read? Gosh! I think it’s a pamphlet every adult, parent, teacher, leader etc should read. Simple in it’s words, but teaches a thousand lessons.

Scuffle on the balcony : If you’ve been following this tale, you must be hooked by now. Mel always ends it on a cliff hanger that leaves you  looking for all the answers. My, my. Excellent writing.

I need these five items If you were stuck, what would you take with you?

Please visit their blogs and say hello. A few minutes may gain you a friendly support.

‘Do you want more eyes on your words?’

Well then, add your LINK INTO THIS LOOP.

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‘We create a cohesive community when we come together.’

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

Featured Posts # 23… Let me share your post links.

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Today’s featured blogs are:

Soul Gifts Raili tells tales and I enjoy them. Her wit and views of life, stories, photos and poetry will delight you 🙂

Adventures of yesterday a short and sweet snippet that I enjoyed 🙂

Connect Sublime, peaceful, relaxing and smiling 🙂

Nicky’s day with autism a families journey with autism. I enjoy Nicky’s positive, hopeful and refreshing outlooks. It’s like looking into a candy store when I read her posts.

Light Calls In this magical Shayari land, will Sarn’s sixth sense save him from a horrific death as he plunges… Find out!

Please visit their blogs and say hello. A few minutes may gain you a friendly support.

‘Do you want more eyes on your words?’

Well then, add your LINK INTO THIS LOOP.

P.S. Comments are disabled here to keep the loop tidy. Any comments or link you want to send can be added through the link in the post.

Thank you for your understanding and regards.

‘We create a cohesive community when we come together.’

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha