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Letter never sent…

Cyranny's cove

Words unspoken,

feelings never admitted,

bad timing, perhaps.

Confessions carefully laid

kept like a treasure, precious

yet a secret that might not get to be told…

Love wrapped in a perfect letter

never sent, waiting for a chance

meeting again, maybe, someday.

#NovemberNotes – Letter Never Sent * Young Summer


In response to November Notes Writing Challenge by  Sarah Doughty of Heartstring EulogiesRosema from A Reading Writer and Máh from Writing is my Pensieve.❤

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How Self-Love Shepherds – Kindness Challenge Week 1 – Unbreakable Joy

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Self-Love was the topic for Week 1 of the Kindness Challenge! In my post, All You Need is Love, Sweet Love, Lionel Richie and the Commodores’ song named Sweet Love was on repeat in my…

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Movie Review: Justice League

The Pink Herald's Blog

Let me premise this review with I am not a comic-reading individual.  My knowledge of the Justice League characters come from Saturday morning cartoons (35+ years ago) and various movies that I have seen over the years.

That being said, last night I took my 11-year old daughter to see the Justice League movie.  It wasn’t a movie I would have gone to on my own.  I’ve never been a comic book fan or even cared about the different aspects of the progression of say, Superman or Batman.

Without having multiple backstories, character knowledge or development, we enjoyed the movie.  I won’t go into too many details, as I won’t be a spoiler to those who have yet to see the movie.

I would actually give the movie 4 out of 5 stars.  Hold your horses comic lovers.  My rating is based on the following criteria:  My 11-year old LOVED…

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Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail – No Plate Like Home

Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail

If you like Tiramisu and eggnog, you are sure to like Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail! This festive original cocktail puts two traditional tastes together. It’s so easy to make and is sure to…

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My Experience of Having MS as a Teen

Tripping Through Treacle

It might be my 40th birthday coming up next year, but I can still remember like it was yesterday what it was like having MS as a teenager.  For background, I had my first identified difficulty at the age of 13 (optic neuritis) and was then diagnosed at age 15, after a couple of weeks of my legs refusing to work.

I think I was lucky – the fact that my father was a GP and my mother a physiotherapist meant that as soon as they realised that something ‘not quite normal’ was going on with me, I was hotfooted to the nearest large hospital, where I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS.

MS is so much a part of me now that I can’t quite believe that it was 25 years ago that I first heard the words ‘Multiple Sclerosis ‘ in relation to myself.  At that time…

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Positive Quote 22.11

Blog of a Mad Black Woman

Work hard for what you want because it won’t come to you without a fight. You have to be strong and courageous and know that you can do anything that you put your mind to. If someone puts you down or criticises you, just keep on believing in yourself and turn it into something positive.

Leah LaBelle (b. 1986)

Have a blessed day all.

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365 Challenge: Day 254 – Glutton

This Is My Truth Now

Glutton: an excessively greedy eater

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Thanksgiving is at the forefront of my mind today for a few reasons. It’s this week. It’s my favorite holiday. I am thankful for all the book reviews and ratings, which led to a special announcement on my author website (2018 GLASS Family Short Story Collection) for today’s final blog tour post. After I published the post, which I’ve been planning for a while, I kept thinking… “Jay, you’re glutton for punishment.” Seriously, I keep taking on more and more without any real desire or intelligence to stop myself. That said… being a glutton is usually associated with over-eating too much… and for many of us, that’s coming down the pike, barreling 60+ mph in less than 48 hours. It’s TURKEY day… well, I mean Thanksgiving, in the USA. I’ll post more about that on Thursday, but for today…

The 365 Daily Challenge…

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