Day 27 Note: This is one of my long winding stories that you have come to know and love (I hope) here at Being Lydia; however, at the very bottom you are invited to add your link for an open house/meet and greet! Please join in the fun and meet some new friends! The week …
As usual, Jacqueline Obyikocha uses her gifts for words and photography to teach us a beautiful lesson on “narrow”. Be sure to check out her monthly live link party going on now!
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Narrow can be good as long as it’s not narrow-minded. Most narrow-minded people also spout the nonsense that comes from the smallness of their minds.
Today we are asked to show bits of narrow that we can capture
P.S. You are cordially invited to our monthly blog party happening right now. Join in through this link.
When you buy my book, you support me in an invaluable manner.
Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha’s poems portray images that stare us right in the face. Images of love, joy, death, pain, challenges, violation, and freedom. She writes in a language that’s rich in imagery, earthy, honest, vulnerable, yet full of the promise of hope, of loving and of Grace. A collection of light and dark soulful prose.
Thought I would share this wonderful invitation! Be sure to post your link on Jackie’s blog and attend the next brunch. I will be there for sure! Jackie is a fine hostess!
‘Welcome to all my new follows and friends and Welcome to the click-a-link club.‘
I appreciate the choice you made in deciding to follow my blog, which I consider as a present.
If you notice, as much as I am a very individually minded person, I am also a very community minded and conscious person. In simple terms, I like people.
In here, I try to have a warm atmosphere that is welcoming for all and I cook in large quantities, because I never know who is coming to tea or dinner.
So, do make yourself comfortable and feel free to say hey anytime.
Are you comfortable now? Good. Now put up your feet on that plump purple cushy foot-rest in the corner and let’s have a quick chat while you get your feet massaged.
My bit of experience of blogging has shown me how grueling it…
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