Google+ Badge

Monday, 29 September 2014

Writing Relaxation

File:HammockonBeach.jpg


It's nice to be back doing something I love. I took a break from blogging in August and got some well deserved rest mingled with fun, spent time trying to organize a better working schedule again, and caught up on a few of my writing assignments and chores which were neglected for so long.

Each time I decided to write and submit an article for my blog, something always came up, or I procrastinated and told myself "later." When people constantly delay doing certain tasks, it will become more difficult to accomplish them. I didn't want to give myself another excuse why I couldn't resume blogging. So here I am!

I wrote a different article for my post, intending to return last week, but my plans changed. Regrettably, one of my favourite uncles passed away and was buried on Saturday. His death, as well as Tina Downey @ Life is Good, also made me aware that our time is so precious. It should be spent wisely, doing things we like while enjoying the company of those we hold dear.

I missed the blogosphere and decided that it was indeed time to return to a place which has brought me happiness and great friendships.

I am refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to write again!


Images courtesy of www.wikimediacommons.org
Please feel free to comment.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Sunflower Sunshine - Tina Downey




This is a day I will always remember. It is the day many bloggers, including myself, pay tribute to Tina Downey @ Life is Good. She was truly a remarkable woman. I am happy that I had the opportunity to know her, even though it was for a brief period. Tina made an impression on me with her bubbly, positive personality when we first met during the A to Z April Challenge this year. 





Tina, you were such a delight
Like a sunflower ever so bright
You'll be our light in the night sky
Encouraging us to aim very high

You will always be missed, but never forgotten



I was unable to get sunflowers in my hometown, but these lovely images are from www.wikimediacommons.org