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Musings on “Words”

Musings on "Words" Today, I want to welcome a guest blogger/writer/poet, Donovan Baldwin. He has graciously decided to b we a guest blogger on... read more »

Chimney-Smoke

Greetings everyone, from Artsieladie! ♥"Who we are within really, we cannot hide foreverNo matter how much we try with measures, clever."~ Artsieladie Quote♥"Chimney Smoke" Full Size PNG:https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-iN_C5SW4Vls/WRtKoG-RR8I/AAAAAAAAF-w/jQODVCHkM4c6YCJGCku2O39zglxaDrABACLcB/s1224/ChimneySmoke-2pages-ByArtsieladie2016-01-29_8.5x11inX2.pngWhat escapes from your chimneyReveals the contents of your heart,Whether borne of Love or not,Of which, your smoke will impart.If Love is present, living,Wi... read more »

A Face in the Darkness

Legs blocked the walkway of the bottom bleacher. The vacant dark corner across the gymnasium beckoned Allie to come hither and hide in the shadows it provided. No one knew her; she had remained as faceless now as she had on the first day at this school. Coming to this dance was a mistake. Who Read More read more »

That Moment When … An Open Apology

That moment when you find it necessary to do something that you previously ranted raved about when other people did it. Please forgive me, everyone, for my much-spouted-but-now-I-realize-was-wrong demand that you: tell me immediately if anything I do upsets Continue reading read more »

Practise what you preach

How do we know what we like and dislike until we open up our mind to new experiences? Yet I can only inspire those around me if what I say matches what I do and if what I do ties up with my own values. The post Practise what you preach appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

Typhoon Haiyan: Three Years After

On November 8, 2013, typhoon Haiyan slammed across the Visayas region of the Philippines. Having a storm strength of Category 5 and a wind speed of 195 miles per hour, this storm, known as Yolanda to us, left 1.9 of the total 12.9 million people homeless. Three years after this incident, many still experience trauma as they recall that fateful day when the unexpected storm surge happened. It was extremely catastrophic and I guess people were not really alarmed of a storm surge warning. What was a stor... read more »

Lies, Damned Lies, and Political Promises

Most are probably familiar with the phrase ‘lies, damned lies, and statistics’ which was attributed by Mark Twain to the British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, though that is open to debate. No matter, though. What you take from statistics is, Continue reading read more »

Negativity and the Mind of Christ

The thiefs purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life (John 10:10 NLT). At every moment, there are two voices vying for our attentionone wants to tear us down Continue reading read more »

On Remembrance Sunday

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them. (Taken from ‘For The Continue reading read more »

Writing, For More Than Fun

Originally posted on Take It Easy: Last week, I wrote about why I write and what I and, I imagine, other bloggers aim to get out of doing this. The post generated a fair degree of interest, and has today read more »

Who We Are

Congratulations to American voters on making Vladimir Putin the second most happy man in the world today. And they are owed a debt of gratitude by the British Government too: no longer is there a need to worry about how Continue reading read more »

A Penny For The Guy, Mister?

Remember, remember The fifth of November: Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason Why gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot. Earlier this week we celebrated Halloween. As I said then, this is largely imported to these shores from the Continue reading read more »

…….But I Feel Fine

Originally posted on Take It Easy: But not that actively! It has taken me longer than I intended to make this post. If you can cast your mind back to the end of August I published the first of two planned pieces read more »

Stairway To….Hope

Originally posted on Take It Easy: In my last piece I hinted that it would be easy for me to post music videos just for the sake of keeping in touch, and implied that this would be a kind of read more »

It’s The End Of The World As We Know It……

Originally posted on Take It Easy: When I welcomed myself back to blogging three weeks ago I said that I would be branching out, and this is the first post of the new me. Well, OK, the same old me, just read more »

3 Day 3 Quotes Challenge – Day 3

Its the final day of my three quotes for three days challenge. As I said before Ive been asked to do this by the lovely Olive Ole do please take a look at her blog if you dont already know it, Continue reading read more »

3 Day 3 Quotes Challenge – Day 2

I’m back for day 2 of my three quotes for three days challenge. As I said yesterday – i.e. Day 1!  Ive been asked to do this by the lovely Olive Ole, who is one of those people I Continue reading read more »

3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge – Day 1

You have probably seen a few recent posts in which someone has been invited to participate in the three quotes for three days challenge. Now its my turn! Ive been asked to do this by the lovely Olive Ole, who Continue reading read more »

Trauma and Psychological First Aid (World Menta...

Originally posted on Dearest Someone,: With a large cup of coffee Im sat downstairs in my house, waiting for 9am so I can get in my car and drive to work without having to sit through anxiety inducing, stressful traffic read more »

It Asda be…..a PR Disaster!

Originally posted on Take It Easy: It has been a while since I have written about a subject closely related to the reason I started this blog in the first place. As you may recall, I was encouraged to share read more »

1953

Originally posted on Take It Easy: This is something of a departure from what I normally do. Today is my 60th birthday, and is also officially the day I retire from work. I wanted to mark my important day in read more »

Independent Political Party Beliefs

Today's political climate hardly encourages independent thinking about the best way to move the country forward. Some on the left make efforts to appeal to a broader segment of the American population through its platform; others on the right do the same. Between the two, amiddle ground is not always visible. When the middle speaks out of the shadows, one side or the other may attempt to shout it down. However, there is amiddle ground for those with independent political party beliefs.For many, it is not... read more »

You Go To School And You Learn To Read And Write

Originally posted on Take It Easy: Daily Prompt: Cant Drive 55 I havent posted for one of the daily prompts for a while or anything else, come to that but I was rather taken with the challenge in read more »

Thank You

I think my existential crisis is over. Yes, really! My last post was nearly a month ago and that was merely a reblog of an earlier post, with some added words to put it into current context. I raised the Continue reading read more »

Writing, For Fun

Originally posted on Take It Easy: As you may have begun to suspect, I have committed myself to participate in the annual marathon that is National Blog Posting Month, or #NaBloPoMo as it as known. This requires bloggers to post something read more »

Ch-ch-changes

Has it ever struck you how much we can become creatures of habit? Although we may live varied lives, and have many things to occupy our time, at the core of this is likely to be a foundation of what Continue reading read more »

Orlando – A View From Britain

What happened in Pulse bar in Orlando on Saturday night was shocking, horrific, and utterly terrifying for anyone caught up in it. I can only write about it on the basis of the information I have been given by the Continue reading read more »

Walk Awhile

By any standards, 2016 has so far been a terrible year for celebrity deaths. Some have been global superstars and have been widely mourned, and shamelessly used as an excuse for those Z-listers who hang onto the coat tails of Continue reading read more »

UCI Cinemas in Bicocca Offers O.V Films!

I’m so excited for this weekend! I’ll be watching the new Captain America film because I want to know why it’s called Civil War (no spoilers, please; rather, is the reason behind the title even included in the film?) I’ve never been this anxious for just watching a film, but trust me, this is really [] read more »

Dementia Awareness Week – a personal view

Originally posted on Take It Easy: This post is dedicated to the memory of my Mum,  who died five years ago this week, on 15th May 2008. The Alzheimers Societys promo message Following closely on the current Mental Health Awareness read more »

Heads Together #MHAW16

Originally posted on Dearest Someone,: This week (16th-22nd May) is Mental Health Awareness Week  focusing on the theme of relationships. As someone who lives with mental illness I wanted to mark the week by sharing my own thoughts and experience of mental read more »

It’s A Hard Life

Some weeks ago, when I posted in response to the terrorist bombings in Brussels, I titled my piece after what I had always known, until then, as a Nanci Griffith song, although it was actually written by Julie Gold   Continue reading read more »

It’s Been A While

Some people occasionally take a blogging break, to recharge their batteries and to enable them to come back with renewed vigour and interest. As this is my first post in nearly four weeks it may seem that I have done Continue reading read more »

do not expect any reward with your passion; (th...

This semester has been nothing, but a fun-filled rollercoaster with rust rails and bumps along the ride. I won’t say I didn’t lock my seatbelt, but I might have forgotten it has one. I have endured short hours of sleeps, which, honestly, just takes a small amount of time to practice, and high pressures on [] read more »

The Illusion of Power

Through out history all over the world people have chased after power and have often used all kinds of means to attain it. This quest for power has lead to wars, the deaths of many as well as the oppression of many people. In our society, power can come in many forms such as through possessing a lot of money, position (government, politics, business, etc.) and physical. Even through the imagination of man he has created characters such as Superman and other comic book characters to satisfy his longing fo... read more »

Nightmare

Taking liberties with the format, a little piece of 100 word flash fiction, especially for today: Its April 1 2020. The news is worrying. The UK General election is coming fast, and the country is veering towards a post-Brexit win for Continue reading read more »

Medieval English Revisited

After Stevie kindly referenced me in her post last week, about the ways that the same words can mean very different things to people using English as it was originally intended or US English, I thought Id return the favour Continue reading read more »

From A Distance

Yesterday morning, as is my regular habit, I switched on the TV to watch the BBC Breakfast programme whilst waking myself with my first coffee of the day. I hadnt been watching long when the whole tenor of the programme Continue reading read more »

What’s A Pilcher?

A few weeks ago I posted Say Your Name, which was an updated version of a previous post about the meaning of my Christian name. I thought then that it might be a good idea to do a companion piece Continue reading read more »

American Pi

Originally posted on Take It Easy: As every schoolkid should know, the fattest knight at King Arthurs Round Table was Sir Cumference. He got that way from too much pi. Or maybe not. Id been thinking that it was about read more »

A Plea for Mother’s Day

Around this time of year we celebrate two notable dates, if ‘celebrate’ is the right word. Recently we enjoyed the rampant commercialism of Valentine’s Day and it isn’t too long now for many of us until we reach Mother’s Day. Continue reading read more »

the sunshine blogger award. (thoughts).

Somehow, these awards are the waters drowning my head—creating spirals of thoughts that a reader has actually read one of my stories. Among these thousand doubts, there is somebody swimming across the sea just to get to me. Let me express my found warmth to Kate, Evelyn and Ellie for nominating [and presenting, I think] [] read more »

if 2016 will love me, then here is my cheers to...

It is not mandatory of mine to write the cliché, New Year farewell messages, but a request of my soul. Perhaps I want to look back, one day, and see the things that I have jotted down – if any of these has already happened or failed to happen. The reassurance of this post will [] read more »

Let Those Thoughts Go

Photo post by @arganesh3. As seen on Known is a Drop, Unknown Is an Ocean let thoughts goFiled under: Philosophy, reblogged Tagged: happiness, happy, joy, letting go, self-control, thoughts read more »

this heavy traffic is now my…lifestyle.

Buckle up your patience for this wondrous ride.’ I have an urge to burst out in laughter whenever I hear these words inside my head; I am quite sure my colleagues in the jeepney will prattle over my sudden, extraordinary antic. Besides, no one wants to ride with a young boy cackling until he descends [] read more »

i use green tea to beat rejection letters…witho...

At 10 in the morning last Monday, I finished my 800-word story and submitted it immediately to a literary magazine site [who responds within a week of submission] with only one run-through; yes, I have submitted a draft with small kisses. I know I should’ve edited it first or let it grow for days, but []an read more »

Types Of Friends

A friend in need is a friend indeed! - To how much this is true to some of us sounds quite minimal. Lucky are the ones who have true ones. Sooo let's get started! (Psst: I will be using 'she' mostly because I'm a girl and it's more easy for me to express my thoughts) NUMBER 1....The Reliable So once in a time in our life we've come across that one or many friends that we can count on to. No matter what, you know that your secrets are safe with them and whatever be the circumstance, your friend(s) will... read more »

the devil kisses her lips. (thoughts).

The quiet volcanoes release its molten rocks from the white mouths. Raging and fuming, it delivers the dislike it carries from what it sees. In these times, I wish I can yell out all my pent-up frustrations to her. I do not side her ways. I have someone close to me who will always place [] read more »

when too much becomes beyond but never enough. ...

Feelings hunt you down. They live in the sacred grounds of your soul – exorcising your beliefs and stands. They shift in both gradual and abrupt ways. They crawl and sleep into your head – dive and swim into your lungs. Suddenly, you feel loved. Continue reading when too much becomes beyond but never enough.(thoughts). read more »

i’m bored; let’s talk. (thoughts)

Lets play the six-word game: Tell me how are you, today? Send it through the comment section. Come on! Lets open our doors. Matthew Burgos WORD COUNT: 26 Thank you for reading this story. If you want to talk about random things with me, Continue reading im bored; lets talk.(thoughts) read more »




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