Come And Enjoy This From Sarah!!!
“In your arms, I felt your strength.
You were my safe haven.”
In the dark, I feel the ghost of you. The light of your smile warming me from within. The way only you could make me laugh. The tender moments, when we just held each other. Our arms, a safe haven between us, through our strength. Through our comforting embraces. Oh how I miss those moments together. When time both stood still and sped through the night. But as dawn breaks, the memories fade away, like fog on the wind. And I’m left, cold and alone. Missing you.
© Sarah Doughty
If only I can find
my way back to dreams
where you are still with me.
Title: A Breath Of Sunlight
Author: Sydney Winward
Series: Sunlight And Shadows, Book One
Genre: Fantasy Romance
One prince. One Valkyrie. A kingdom to save.
Don’t show compassion for men. Never save a man’s life. And no matter what, never fall in love with someone you must ultimately kill. But some rules are meant to be broken, even if it means risking your life by betraying your valkyrie sisters.
The plan was simple—attack the Pits, kill the men, save the women. But when Skaja runs into a fae man she can’t kill, she instead breaks all the rules to save him.
Prince Calle was sold into slavery by his jealous brother, and he would do anything to taste freedom again, even put his trust in a dangerous valkyrie. To protect his people and gain the throne, he and Skaja must trust each other. But neither…
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Here’s Day 13: How would MC celebrate their birthday?
These are surprisingly similar.
Aisling’s all about the low-key stuff. Shes never been a big fan of having all attention focused on her.
Angela wouldn’t mind a celebration, but she’s fine having a nice meal and plenty of reading time.
Marcy doesn’t know what she’d do, since she never celebrated her birthday. Living under the Voodoo queen’s rule in New Orleans meant she and her family had just enough money to scrape by, so something frivolous like a party was always unthinkable.
Zoe spent most of her teenage & young adult years alone, so she’s used to the solace. She wouldn’t want to celebrate simply because she doesn’t feel like she’d deserve one. Adjusting to her new reality hasn’t been easy for her.
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Who doesn’t love spring?
I think we all do, but those who suffer from hay fever, pollen allergies are not very keen on this season.
When I was younger, I used to be plagued with constant fits of sneezing, watery eyes and runny nose as soon as the month of March started. I used to take anti-allergy medication but in those days they used to make me very sleepy, the non-drowsy meds were many years in the future. So the medication was reserved for severe attacks. The rest of the time I suffered with sneezing my head off.
It’s only since last 20- 15 years that the severity of symptoms have abated. And I take anti allergy almost throughout the year. Now I can smell the roses, and enjoy spring season without the sympathy inducing symptoms of hey fever.
Written for RFP # 10- Spring , hosted by Paula
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Come And Enjoy Reading The Round-up!!
Fantastic response again this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.
Chris Hall; Escape
Brian; It all adds up
Michnavs; On the ground
Lauren; What do you see # 124
Radhika; Passion to Profession
Mason; The polyhedron
Diana; What do you see # 124
Melanie; Lines within a circle
The novel reader; What do you see# 124
Sri; Oversized dreams
Eugenia; Social dimensions
Yinglan; Picture day
Jude; Measure of success
Brigid; Sights and navigation
Sadje; A day to remember
Reena (2); Don’t sell short
Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 124
E M Kingston: Heritage
Isaac; Building dreams
Fandango; Dress up day
Jane; For the survival
Jules; Vision quest
I am grateful to all those who have read, shared…
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It is said everywhere, it can be read and we can participate. A society that we all have a share in, where our voice matters. But really? Yes we are allowed to vote, on the so-called right person who can meet our wishes, worries and ideas and has to convert into an honest society followed by our society. We vote on our wishes and ideas, but who says that they are implemented. Because time and time again we see that power and money are again and again chosen over a fair society.
We are walking about our lives here, a small black-and-white view of life is not always wrong, but we are not numbers, no system or copy. There is no perfect example about how we should live our lives. From an early age we learn what to think, but it is not much more important that as children we…
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