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The color RED

The Romanian flag has three colours: blue, yellow and red. In the early grades, we learned the national anthem and the significance of the flag and its colours. Continue reading “The color RED”

3LineTales – 30 days and counting

It feels like yesterday I said goodbye to my workplace, down in the big city. Since then I have been busy unpacking, arranging and rearranging, and welcoming new critters to our new home. Continue reading “3LineTales – 30 days and counting”

3LineTales: All fired up

Being first at running track was all I knew…

Mom said I was so fast you could see fire left behind my feet!

My brothers ran equally as fast and they loved me for the challenge I posed.

Continue reading “3LineTales: All fired up”

The story behind a door

I often think doors are veils to homes. Each have a distinct character, speaking volumes of the people living behind the door. It’s fun to guess what could possibly be behind a door — an array of secrets, emotions, and mysteries. A home with laughter, heartaches, hopes, banter, and more. Divyakshi Gupta

Continue reading “The story behind a door”

3LineTales: The last train

It’s stormy, cold and wet.
He’s set to board the train for noon.
In the end, I was the one that got away!  Continue reading “3LineTales: The last train”

3LineTales – Perseverance

The hay bale came undone…
‘Damn twine broke its commitment!’
Her fears of failure intensified, but she never gave up. Continue reading “3LineTales – Perseverance”

Luck comes in different shapes and forms

The dictionary definition of ‘luck’ is “success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one’s own actions”. Continue reading “Luck comes in different shapes and forms”

People will say you can’t…

People will say you can’t and they will be right, until you say you can! Continue reading “People will say you can’t…”

Don’t take life into your own hands!

My blogosphere friend Marcy wrote about a nasty car accident she witnessed. Her last words sent out a powerful message.  Continue reading “Don’t take life into your own hands!”

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