In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Counting Voices.”
What is a good number of people for conversation ?
What is a bad number of people for conversation ?
The worst is 0 and I mean 0 not even you no sound utter silence, no communication of any type at all. so a conversation needs to contain 1 person that person is you!! Thats right you read correct you !!
you see to have the ability to speak in a vocal way requires hearing listening meditating,
even just people watching.
2 people conversation is a good way to get to know some one well but 3 or 4 is also good and stimulating for the brain to turn a conversation from normal conversation into a space ship and off to anywhere were one subject leads to another and before long you are all on a journey of discovery….
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fresh.”
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Places.”
When I think of some of the places I’ve been there not that many that have ever made a Bad impression. After To much time In a Place you can yearn to move on because you have almost been there to long or familiarity has bred contempt in its normal yet unfathomable way of making the people you love and those that love you completely Alien.
One of my favorite places is being developed at the moment as was sold some years ago I had been there a few times while it was up for sale just to sit out on the ramp felt like I was home. to see It slowly being left makes me feel really sad. Many have said its only bricks but to me it was more than that Its my spiritual home. I fell like I have left something side. In truth I left not much but the memories of Little me Rip little Bethel. The neighbours told me the land had been de consecrated But I DON’T BELIVE YOU CAN. To me holy ground is holy ground and will always have a piece of me
The first time I Attended was mothering Sunday 94 and as mentioned in A previous Prompt Transpoter
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “There’s No Place Like Home.” tomorrow
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Wall.”
Share an image of a wall that reveals something about a place, people, or you.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Study Abroad.”
If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why?
amsterdam baby and im sure Ill study really hard to get to grips with there life Promise
My reasons are that I live in the UK and havent been abord before ive heard its a good place to party and learn all at the same time.
Canals of Amsterdam
The famous canals were built during the 17th century to control the flow of the Amstel River and to add acres of dry land to the city. Amsterdam’s wealthy merchants soon discovered that the canals were ideal for showcasing their mansions as well. A boat ride along one of the city’s 100 canals offers visitors a relaxing way to view traditional Dutch architecture. Lined with elm and lime trees and crossed over by more than a thousand bridges, the canals are home to some 2,000 houseboats, including houseboat hotels. Tour operators offer a variety of cruises, ranging from hour-long excursions to candlelight cruises.
Van Gogh Museum
Located on the northwestern side of the Museum Square, or Museumplein, the Van Gogh Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of the artist’s paintings and letters. Housed in a four-story building designed by Gerrit Rietveld in the 1970s, the museum is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Amsterdam. Two hundred paintings from the Dutch Post-Impressionist occupy the second story of the museum. Displayed chronologically, the artwork offers viewers an intimate look at Van Gogh’s evolving style. The third story contains information about the artist’s troubled life and about the efforts taken to restore his paintings. Works by Van Gogh’s contemporaries, including artists like Millet, Gaugin and Daubigny are exhibited on the top floor
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Set It To Rights.”
Think of a time you let something slide, only for it to eat away at you later. Tell us how you’d fix it today.
It’s not something I do letting things slide and in the most part when something eats away at me it’s because I could and probably should let go more. I hold on to things I hold things and can fore the most part be a bottler so even when I try to let things slide on the main eventually the pressure builds and what ever I had intended to let slide comes right into the for front. as typing I know that I struggle when In a corner and my face does not hide much so in the main I think the thing I need to put right is to let the things go that have gone , easier said than done but I MUST BECAUSE in some ways I have become bitter and once bitterness gets in it spreads like Ivy across a wall.
To be able to let go would be such a relief that now writing this I feel I need to calm down try to adjust the balance which over the last six weeks has come down a lot and is proving good but I feel some what off centre not quite comfortable and so now is the time to look into relaxation and meditation this blog does both to s degree and has helped give me something to focus on. To be able to see it grow helps.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Local Flavor.”
WESTON SUPER MARE
weston super mare is a town in the south west of the uk. with a ever changing seafront this town has flavours to suit all pallets if this is your first time here or you are famlier with the town its changes are worth seeing. Although if you go back to burnbeck or tropicana you wil need tissues very sad.
The sands and beach area has played host for many things