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In case you forgot, down below are the links for Part I and some easy as pie - no pun intended- dessert recipes.…Continue
Added by A738a on October 28, 2016 at 18:31 — No Comments
It’s so pleasure to post this blog that I awakened my memories about my buddy soldier who sacrificed his life for the country in the war field year 2009. Though I was able to spend more time at your cemetery last year, I will be unable to do the same this year as I’m not in the country for…Continue
Added by GKSA Kumara(Sam) on October 28, 2016 at 10:53 — No Comments
He Was From Other Species:
He was my roommate. His name was Abdul Samad. He was very intelligent as well as handsome. He had a very charming personality. He didn’t have many friends, We sat together in the classroom, we had our…Continue
Fighting for a country or religion mean you fights to divide earth into peaces and we all know nothing stays being divided into little peaces , if there is no earth then we have no country , life or religion, beliefs are good to have but fighting for beliefs is never sensible, unfortunately we are trapped by the monster leaders and they have stuck us to land fights and religious misunderstandings.
We could be better people than we are , if we simply love the world not just a peace of…Continue
In August 1914 Lt.Harry Colebourn purchased a young bear cub for $20 at a train stop in Ontario, Canada. Colebourn named the bear ‘Winnipeg’ Winnie’ for short, after his home city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Colebourn brought Winnie to England. Before leaving…Continue
As time goes by, as the days come and go
Lord, You gave strength and courage, to keep us going on
You took away our sorrows, and ease us in our pains
You gave us joy to face the lonely days…Continue
Stories stimulate conversations with their children more effectively than permanent notation and attempts to talk. With your children there is a lot of events in our day, and similar stories allow them to think about it more understandable way. In a society in which family values are not the first in importance, it is vital to find ways to connect children with all of your family members.
One of the best ways to prepare children for modern life is the story of real-life situations…Continue
Hello everyone, (Posted on 25-10-2016)
I am going to bother you once again to decipher my blurred handwriting. Those members, especially…Continue
We are unavoidably in a fast-growing world. More and more day we observe that new cities are expanding their limits beyond previously planned. In its turn, new buidings are "lifted" by engineers almost overnight and the old ones are knocked down in seconds. But, if we stop to think about that "crazy" movement of our society in search of economic progress, we can notice that when demolishing an old building we may be destroying historical memories at the same…Continue
Yes, 'no doubt' ('probably') means you assume that something is true or likely to happen - it sounds like 'I suppose', for example, 'No doubt Expector will give us another blog challenge soon.'
If you want to say something is certainly or definitely true, you use 'there is no doubt that'. You can say 'There is no doubt that your English has improved.'
You can also use 'without (any) doubt' ('absoulately certain') to emphasize…Continue
Two years ago an insurrection took place in my country . The former president Blaise Compaore wanted to modify the constitution so that to stay in power until his death. That is to ignore our courage. As a single man , we stood up and obliged him to resign and leave the country . Lot of people died during this uprising. We are still waiting justice for our martyrs so that they rest in peace. We really discovered the dark side of compaore system after his departure.
Sibyl was a hauntingly beautiful girl from Cumae. She asked gods for as many years of life as grains of sand she could squeeze into her hand, but she forgot to ask for eternal life as well as eternal youth.
Gods granted her wish. The youthful days have passed and in came the excruciatingly painful years when…Continue
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It's Wednesday... It means it's time of new "Wordless Wednesday" Challenge...Continue
I would like to thank you wholeheartedly my EC friends for all your encouragement and support. Special thanks to Luci for inviting me to take part here. I'm very pleased to participate to this 'real' writing challenge where a lot of members showed their authentic…Continue
Once upon a time, there was a king who had a small elephant. The king used to take his elephant to the village every day. As his elephant got older he destroyed all things in the village. the villagers took offence at what the elephant did in the village. The villagers did not complain for fear of the king. One day, the villagers had a meeting to discuss plans for the elephant. After the villagers had discussed they dicided to complain to the king. When the villagers met the king, The king…Continue
Aloha lovely EC people!
Yup! I'm bothering you again with more pictures and topics about respect for the enviroment! How annoying can I be?!!…Continue