There is a reason why you are told, never, Never, NEVER open your door to strangers and it is not always because they might be potential serial killers - though there's that. But you could find yourself unknowingly playing host(ess) to a cast of loony toons. Or at least that is what I found myself … Continue reading Strangers at My Door
It is virtually impossible to go through this life without any scars; we have all, at one time or the other, been wounded by life. Some of us have the badges outside where people can see them and for others, these wounds are buried so deep inside they have not even had the opportunity to … Continue reading What Do Your Scars Say?
I keep wondering how many things in life simply flow naturally, maybe springs and waterfalls (perhaps!!!). More often than not, we are necessitated to put things in motion. Quite frankly, your vehicle engine will not move of its own accord, it requires the user to get it started. Whether by voice recognition or some other … Continue reading Flip Your Switch!
I saw something absurd the other day. A highly engineered and specially designed high-performance race car stuck on a 35-mile-an-hour downtown street. That is not what that car was made for. That is not what its creator (Enzo Ferrari) envisioned for it. This 6-speed, F140 Aluminum V12, 4700cc engine with 660hp was built to go … Continue reading Are You Stuck?
Reviewing this book by Priscilla Shirer was a pleasure. I learnt so much from reading it and I can definitely say that it ministered to me. I have a more detailed review on the group blog of Being Mrs V. To read that, click the badge below.
The book opens with a battered, wounded wizard, fleeing the forces of darkness. His desperate attempt to save his family from the invaders is only partially successful as his protective spell does not hold completely. He is able to save his son, barely, and hands him over to a bear for safekeeping. We see the … Continue reading Book Review: The Wolf of Tebron