BLOG HOPS & CHALLENGES

If we were having Coffee #WriteBravely

If we were having coffee…….. I’d serve it on the balcony overlooking the pale blue sea. We’d watch  the placid waters break out into a frothy frothy foam as it came closer to the land. If we were having coffee….. I would dip my crunchy Shrewsbury biscuit into the cup and lift it just before… Read More If we were having Coffee #WriteBravely

BLOG HOPS & CHALLENGES, Guest Posts

A delightful guest # WTFOW#Writing Bravely

There are lots of bloggers I admire and often ask them for guest posts. This time I’m happy to feature Dahlia Ghosal who is represented by this most glorious, fuschia pink Dahlia. I was intrigued by the picture and captivated by her style. I also found that she is not an active member of our… Read More A delightful guest # WTFOW#Writing Bravely

MILLENIALS & BABIES

The first time I saw you Wow Dinga, Ms Papaya & Po #WritingBravely

My dear Wow Dinga, Papaya and Po, Today I would like to share some thoughts with you even though none of you can read a word . But I’m writing this while I can still remember what I felt the first time I saw you. Wow Dinga you are my first grandchild.  I was so… Read More The first time I saw you Wow Dinga, Ms Papaya & Po #WritingBravely

MILLENIALS & BABIES, Two and counting

A day in the life of Po #WTFOW #Writing Bravely

Little Po Hello, my name is Po and my granny( Nani) calls me Little Po because I am the littlest of her grandchildren. I am actually only 5 weeks younger than my cousin Ms. Papaya and 3 1/2 years younger than my brother Wow Dinga.  But since I am the littlest, she calls me Little… Read More A day in the life of Po #WTFOW #Writing Bravely

Travel

Mapping an unforgettable memory #Writing Bravely

‘I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6‘ and today’s prompt  on Day 3 (7 Aug/Mon) – Feature a map and write about a place either real or virtual brought back a host memories of a trip to Warsaw, Poland. My fascination with maps and map reading began with Mrs. Karat in Class 8… Read More Mapping an unforgettable memory #Writing Bravely