Travel

Along the same lines art pens Where do we go, who do we run to? As the train is passing the wheels sing a song Clickety-click clackety-clack Throw out the throttle and give it the gun Chug chug chug. Puff puff puff. Ding-dong, ding-dong, ding-dong Dream of a place cos we just missed the train. … More Travel

Hopeful Orchestra

Originally posted on Marysa Writes:
If I had the moon sing to the stars, would you listen to each whistle through its craters? Would you watch as the stars dance to orchestra I’ve been in the process of conducting? Would you read into my writing, or see the music as just that; sounds to fill…

Things to do on a rainy day

I know this might sound crazy but…I actually enjoy hurricane season! Everyone starts to panic which often times leads to businesses closing. Who doesn’t love a day or 2 off of work especially if it’s close to the weekend! That’s about 3-4 days of relaxation, sometimes more if the storm is really nasty. Rainy days…

The Search For The Coolest Combat Boots For Fall

This fall I’m all about finding some rad combat boots, and I thought I’d take y’all along for the ride. I really just searched online and ordered whatever I was into, so I have quite a few options for ya…from really stand-out styles to more classic combat boots that will last you forever. Don’t worry though, all of them have a badass quality that I feel like you gotta keep in the running when searching for combat boots. … More The Search For The Coolest Combat Boots For Fall

Mom Confessions: I Always Get Compliments When Wearing These Items

So many of my memories are connected to a piece of clothing. From my ABBA T-shirt (that I proudly wore at the age of 5 on a camping holiday to Brooms Head, Australia) to the matching homemade poppy-printed white-cotton sundresses my mother used to make for my sister and me (even though we’re five years apart in age). In fact, I would feel very comfortable saying that some of my first real memories are from when I first discovered fashion, and it all began in my parents’ wardrobe. … More Mom Confessions: I Always Get Compliments When Wearing These Items

NATURE-NURTURE AND MENTAL HEALTH

Originally posted on SENIOR CBT PSYCHOTHERAPIST- Dr . FAWZY MASAOUD-LONDON ENGLAND:
Within psychology, the nature-nurture debate is ongoing. The debate centres around the issue of whether our psychological attributes are part of our biological/genetic make-up, or whether they are formed by a person’s interaction with the environment. The two main concepts here are: 1)-Biological determination is…

Early Morning Memories

Originally posted on Marysa Writes:
I breathe in the scent of morning dew, dripping from the leaves of the lilac trees, listening to the song of the blue jay, in the moment where the world is slow, and only the appreciative may witness the way you can love in the beginning. I watch as the…

Hats Are Not for Cats!

Originally posted on my book eyes:
Hats Are Not for Cats! by author / illustrator Jacqueline K. Rayner Age Range: 4 years – 7 years Publisher: Clarion Books Publication Date: August 20, 2019 An obnoxious, loud mouth, hat wearing dog lets a cat know on numerous occasions that hats are not for cats as a…