Absence is good sometimes!
Clear it might not be
But the very purpose
Beside heart, home is also where the goodies are!
Days are turning short
Nights a little longer
Of all the mistakes we have made
And the pain endured by us
To those who have no clue about what wonders blogging brings upon, this wonderfully amazing list of blogging benefits by Miriam Blaker certainly packs enough power to let them truly see and understand what they are actually missing.
The world is full of amazing people and I found so many of them through blogging 🙂
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Roses are red, violets are blue, today’s my birthday but the gifts are for you.
Make a wish
I’m 53 years old young today. Hip, hip, hooray, where have the years gone? I still feel 21. Yep, except my need for reading glasses, dodgy memory and aching bones tells me otherwise. Falling off a bike recently didn’t help either.
However, I’ve never felt more blessed and passionate about life than I do right now. I’m grateful for every single day and my heart, mind and eyes are wide open. To a degree, blogging has played a huge part in that.
“Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be.” – Robert Browning
I started back in 2015, the February before I turned 50, the year before I lost my mum and my life changed forever.
As I write this (a few days before my birthday) I reflect on…
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Big or small, the importance of toys is undeniable.
Few years ago, it was hard to imagine that a foreigner would dare to even step inside Pakistan, all because of violence and terrorism in the my beloved country. That era was definitely a dark one in our history and wiping it off wasn’t so easy.
Being alone is beneficial in so many ways.