As a former Refugee girl child, supporting girl child education means so much to me. I was playing around with words and was able to come up with this poem, its not perfect-but hoping it will inspire you all. It’s entitled ‘girl child a precious gift’. ‘Girl child a precious gift’ […]
This is great. Mike Rowe, of “Dirty Jobs” does a weekly podcast/Facebook posting called “How I Heard It”. His “Off the Wall” segments are always enlightening, because, Rowe dishes out some of his characteristic common sense by answering a question or comment from a fan, or in some cases, someone who isn’t a fan at […]
Going into further education after leaving school seems like the best option for many. At eighteen years old, you don’t know what you want to do. So instead of going full time at a job you despise and would love to bring down from the inside, you choose to pursue the highs and lows of […]
I have no idea what these are. I found them in a corner of the store. Flower of the Day: 04.03.2018 Dendrobium
Because I write and think about fantasy fiction quite a bit (as the title of this blog might suggest), I occasionally notice interesting spots of “uncharted territory” in the stories I read and watch – i.e. concepts, ideas or character types I rarely come across. I don’t mean obvious things that no one would expect […]
When You Talk,You Are Only Repeating What You Already Know. But If You Listen, You May Learn Something New.
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