For WordPress weekly challenge, theme – RELIC. As per definition of Google, “relic” is an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest. This week I would love to present you something I did not think will make its way back to me. I received this object this morning. Still … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: (wedding) relic
For this week’s Wednesday Write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet Prompts: jungle :: matchbox :: sparrow :: hog :: mull How predictable is it to think that right after high school world will knee in front of you? Well, I should say, fairly predictable. Driven by the anxiety of unknown and pushed by … Continue reading Short story. How I got my first job and lost my best friend.
Wordless Wednesday. Flowers can say a lot: from meaningful “I love you” to touching “I am sorry”. Flowers, such a fragile nature, such a deep meaning. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday
More of a personal essay for this Wednesday write-in. Childhood memories. porcelain :: flex :: shadow :: strawberry jam :: frozen We all have different perception of pride and achievements. At this very point of my life, right at this moment, while my mandarin orange marmalade is boiling down, I know that my grandma … Continue reading Grandma will be proud and that is all that matters!
As any other woman I love beautiful things. The atmosphere that is being created by the things you love, enjoy or admire is very important to me. The thought behind it: if I have a freedom to create the world around me, why wouldn’t I surround myself with what I truly find beautiful? Not … Continue reading Something between a mister and a mattress
Another short story for weekly write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet. The beginning of the story is here. You’re welcome to make comments and express your opinions. Cheers! I kissed them goodnight, each one of them: Angelina, Melanie, Valerie, Sophie, Katherine and many others. I knew name of each one of them, I knew … Continue reading Mad Woman: prayers. Short Story.
So, tell me, when was the last time you did something good for a random person or helped someone on the street? Or granted someone this splendid smile of yours? It sure does not cost a fortune, does it? Well, but to me, for some reason it always seemed like a top of the arrogance … Continue reading World needs more Love Letters