Calm Seas

The air is more crisp after a rain.

…colors and scents sublime.

seasons of time; not so much reason…

take our breath away

Seas the moment!! *splash*

 

…well in between the storm(s)

Saturday sunrise @thebeach

A warm “Hello” to my wordpress friends; thankful for 3D friends, too. xo

~wings

5 Social Media Connections for Dream Big

Hi Danny! I think I didn’t do this right before? Now I am “Take two Tru” haha @trudistreasures @parkerfinance and http://www.facebook.com/parkerfinancesolutions 😀

Dream Big, Dream Often

145763-Dream-BigLeave me your social media links in the comments and I and others will LIKE, FOLLOW, PIN and CONNECT!

Here are mine:

Twitter @BigDreamer0323

Facebook: Dream Big, Dream Often

Linkedin: Danny Ray

Google +: Danny Ray

The Dream Big Channel

Let’s connect!!

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The Death Strip’s first review…

Congrats! Delnolan! Spreading the word for you! ~Tru aka Wings~

Del Nolan

cover in colour

The first Amazon review is in. 5 stars and articulate, generous words. Thank you so much T.T Thomas. You are an angel.


Breath-Taking Suspense

From the opening lines to the final paragraph, this lean, taut story of suspense and choices made is memorable. Beautifully written, the style is at once sparse and filled to the brim with feelings and emotions. What does a man caught between two wrongs do to escape the torment of his choices? The author has achieved a masterful grasp of building a story with a pace and tension that keeps the reader on the edge while quietly building the characters’ inner conflicts to match the narrative action. It was a parallel universe of two men, two conflicts, two dramatic outcomes. The novella was as much neo-Noir as political thriller, and the author did justice to both genre. Highly recommended.


Why not check it out and maybe…

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‘To be wronged is nothing, unless you continue to remember it’

Showcasing mummuddlingthrough! mum of three, who has bless me! Her post resonates with me deep today. >ToLife<

mummuddlingthrough

Monday January 4th 2011 wasn’t really just any old Monday. It was the first Monday of the new year, the day we all dragged ourselves back to work after an over indulgent Christmas. The morning was dark and damp, and Mr G and I were tired as we had spent the weekend in London, as part of his Christmas present, watching football and having a romantic weekend away.

We had been married 6 months, and were hoping that we might be blessed with a mini-G anytime soon. We were trying to focus elsewhere, the house, having fun, but deep down we couldn’t wait for it to happen.

As we so often do in the excitement of a fresh new year beginning, that morning Mr G was full of ideas of getting fit and saving money, so he insisted on cycling to the station. ‘You’re mad’ I bantered with him, it…

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