Tag Archive: writing

One more coffee and the blogger recognition award ♥

Well, hello sugars! I hope you missed me these few days, if not well. . .I missed you!  So, the mega extra good news is that I have been nominated the second time… Continue reading

Living Zen ❤

Don’t live in the past, in order to avoid depression and make sure not to live in the future, either, to avoid anxiety. Just be pacient, hopeful, dreamy and live peacefully in the… Continue reading

Blogger Recognition Award ♥

Well, hello sugars! Hope your Saturday was as beautiful as mine – and hope it still continues to be that way! Just got back home, all eager to write this post – thus,… Continue reading

Be the change ♥

What you do today can improve all your tomorrows. Ralph Marston – Writer

Midnight thoughts ♥

Darkness – surrounding all kind of feelings tears fall on the cheek. The night comes Silence – the moon is up Today is gone. Dreams upon us Contain the world Ruling the ephemeral.… Continue reading

Everything from scratch ❤

“you may haven’t been given the wings to see the world from a tree, but you’ll surely appreciate them more when you’ll get them yourself” “You may not see it this way, but… Continue reading

beware, it’s the donut invasion ❤

Hello there! hope your weekend was as great as mine, looking forward to a week at least as better as this one! always start with positive thinking and things should go as planned… Continue reading

Coffee or tea?❤

 

Weird around you ♥

“I feel really assured by the fact that the women I have loved I have loved for always.” Alain Badiou Have you ever wondered what ‘love’ really means? Is it just a word?… Continue reading

Knots ❤

Knots by Joseph Stroud Trying to tie my shoes, clumsy, not able to work out the logic of it, fumbling, as my father stands there, his anger growing over a son who can’t… Continue reading

Merry christmas, Merry chaos, Merry people ♥

  Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childhood days, recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth, and transport the traveler back to his… Continue reading