Companion Middle English: from Old French compaignon, literally ‘one who breaks bread with another’, based on Latin com- ‘together with’ + panis ‘bread’. Seems that sharing a meal with friends goes back a long way.
I've been nominated for a lovely blog award!! I have seen these awards images on sites and often wondered about them. And now I have one. Many thanks to Terry at Through the Lens of my Life for kindly nominating me. Quoting from Terry's site The One Lovely Blog Award recognizes blogs considered to be lovely, … Continue reading A Lovely Blog Award
Blogging 201, Day One: Set Three Goals Goals To publish an average of five posts per calendar month. Why: I actually enjoy it when I find the time It helps me on my mission to learn to write better Less than one post a week – if my commitment is that low, why am I bothering! … Continue reading A blogging plan
Verbal Confirmation "To be, to have, to think, to move — which of these verbs is the one you feel most connected to? Or is there another verb that characterizes you better?" This was the daily prompt for October 1. It got me thinking, a lot. I felt I just had to write. I was … Continue reading To have or to be… or to feel
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“A man sees in the world what he carries in his heart.” ― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (This seems to summarise my Flip flops and cake post in a singe line 🙂 )
What more can one add 🙂
Shades of Dorian Gray.