Nelly the Elephant…


Oh hello.
Come in, sit down, take the weight off.
Don’t mind me I’m a bit busy.
Packing, yes.
Oh, where are we going?
To the land of Nelly the Elephant.
Yes really.
What? No, we’re not off to the Serengeti!
I see how you got confused though, my fault – sorry.
By ‘Nelly the Elephant ‘ I meant Trump, Trump, Trump.
Yes, that’s it Donald J and his clan.
Well, I know, it is a bit crass insulting our closest ally like that, but hey perhaps I’ll lob a few bricks in the luggage to contribute to the wall.
No I’m not worried.
What’s the worst that can happen now Donny has his tiny *donnies* on the nuclear on/off switch. I mean old Kim Il wotsisface is only just able to lob missiles over Japan so I doubt he’ll manage to get one in the heart of…

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Sunrise Sermon: Be Extraordinary

One of my favorite sayings is The struggle is real. I sorta smirk every time I hear it or see it as a hashtag. I just want to say, Duh, did you think it was fake, phony, or fictional? Of course it’s real. Everyone struggles from time to time, and that’s to be expected. Take a look at what scripture tells us.

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. ~Romans 8:18

Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him. ~James 1:12

My suffering was good for me, for it taught me to pay attention to your decrees. ~ Psalm 119:71

When you look at all three of these verses…

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I want new flags! South American Quest…

Cyranny's cove

Good Monday Lovelies!

I hope all of you had a great weekend, and that you are ready for a new week… I know I am, and being off from work for a few days, it gives me a chance to get catch up with a couple of things, which include my flag collection!

I’ve given you a break lately, but that doesn’t mean that I have lost my interest in them. Au contraire 🙂

For those of you who are newer in The Cove, I have long promised myself I would no longer set myself stressing goals, statistics-wise. It’s too easy to get overexcited when numbers skyrocket, and depressed when people just won’t visit your site.

Instead, I decided to focus on flags. I’d really really like to get at least a reading from every country on the map! And so far, my collection is doing pretty well…


Last time…

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Let Me Ask You A Question – 10/16/17


Let me ask you a question:

If you had to choose, would you rather sing your national anthem in front of a stadium of people…OR…walk nude through your downtown (uptown) area?  

In Need of a Coach? – Better Twogether, LLC

Better Twogether

Good morning, friends! As I reflect this morning, I’m so grateful to serve as a Women’s Leadership Coach. What a blessing it is to help women take…

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A Legacy

Dream Desire Achieve

The Word Professor

My gift
Bows and arrows
I barely possess
Strength of my quiver
A thousand words
Engraved on scrolls
A legacy

Copyrights © dreamdesireachieve 2017

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Let Me Ask You A Question – 10/15/17


Let me ask you a question:

If you had to choose, would you rather be stuck on a round-the-world flight in a 2-seat aircraft with the most obnoxious person ever…or stuck in a small car on a road trip with someone with the worst body odor ever?  

So Simple! Yet So Difficult!


“I have a little  exercise that Cristolot gave me this week and I’d like to work on it with you.” That Dear Readers, was my first clue that this “little” exercise might be simple but it would not be easy. My coach Belinda Trussell trains with multiple Olympian Christilot Boylen.  Christilot seldom comes up with any “easy” exercises.  So here we go!


  1. Starting from the side of the arena make a half circle to the right to the centerline.
  2. Go straight on the centerline.
  3. Change flexion and bend to the left and make a 10 meter circle to the left returning to the centerline.
  4. Go straight on the centerline and change flexion and bend to the right  and make a 10 meter circle to the right.
  5. Repeat


  1. Trot the 10 meter circle to the right and on reaching the centerline walk, straighten, then transition…

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