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Top 5 Things You will Learn About Pet Parenting

The whole of my formative years, I was always surrounded by pets—either cats or dogs, domesticated cows etc. When we turned into a nuclear family, we had dogs living with us. So being around pets is not new to me, except I never got involved while raising them. I would just be there when things were beautiful and not when they turned ugly, including pet's nature call or sickness. My mother or sister would always be around to take care of them.  In 2020 when I decided to become a pet parent, what did I choose as my pet?

Mother's embrace - Answers to all the nightmares

Today I attempted my hands on creating a snippet out of a prompt on nightmare and mother's embrace. I will look forward to your comments. Anybody out there, she yelled can someone not hear me, she cried I am stuck and scared, she pleaded this place is very dark and icy cold, she wailed please help me, she continued An icy cold nudge lay on her shoulder she froze but her heart raced she felt hot and sweaty with fear her temples damp, her eyes shot with tears she bellowed her lungs out, leaving her gasping air A warm embrace rocked her It felt familiar, she felt home hush my baby, she heard her mother say it's over, it's gone, her mother pacified Open your eyes, her mother assured hush my baby hush, you are safe, continued her mother.

Passion and Interest Matters; No Age Bar

Today I am going to share an inspiring story. I am writing it here only for you to read it, this blog post is live for you to know that there things that are not impossible if you put your mind and soul into it. At this juncture, when time is abundant, you have the opportunity to create possibilities and find your calling. Without much further ado, let me start.  Yesterday early in the morning I had received a mail from a good friend of mine. He is an elderly person who plays an essential role in my life presently. It was sometime in October or November he expressed his interest to take up writing as a regular activity. He was quite earnest and wanted to try his luck on writing. When I asked the reason for this enthusiasm, he replied that his experiences and opinions might be of some help to youngsters of my age and others who generally like reading personal essays. Only one problem seemed to bother him; he was too shy to start.  Few months went by, and we both forgot about t