« A handful of earth here, a pinch of air there and a bucketload of water everywhere and voilà, you have a masterpiece, » says Nature, the greatest artist of all time. In response to this week’s WPC, Elemental. (c) jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved.
After a strong thunderstorm, a double rainbow lit up the sky. But it disappeared almost as quickly as it appeared and I was quite lucky to capture its ephemerality. In response to this week’s WordPress Challenge – Transient. (c) jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved.
This week’s response to WPC: Order… ..is a picture of my nephew showing me how to stack my fragrances in a neat order. This kid knows order better than they do in the parliament. (c) jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved.
I met him when I was 9, His name is Kitch Roger, Or sometimes it’s Stein, Or ‘Clock watcher’, Depends on my mood or his mood. He doesn’t speak nor move, But I am harmoniously in love, Drowning in its soft chords, And its blue slender body, He was a dream come true. I carry…
Orange, yellow, red,
Soon all will be gone,
In response to this week’s word challenge – Reflecting. A shot of the moon taken by my best friend of ten years who has mental illness. « Sometimes, we get caught up in the process of trying to find who we are — our purpose and value in life — that we tend to lose sight…
They say time, Heals all wounds, But what they neglect to mention, Is that it turns, Friends into strangers. (c) jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved
Our layover trip to Incheon gave us two days in the metropolis – as well as some hot, delectable Korean ramen and kimchi to keep the cold temperatures at bay.
Yes, it is a song about a man being physically abusive towards his partner. Yes, it’s about a man who wants to take a woman « for granted » and push her around. Yes, it’s all about promoting violence towards women.
Or is it?
Two contradicting minds, but both are sure of one thing.
The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘word’ as a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, a unit of language comprising inflected and variant forms. I love words. Words like idiosyncrasies, cantankerous, schlep, philocaly and petrichor. I love words that pique my interest, curiosity and inquisitiveness. We all use words to express our sympathy, empathy and…
Today, I had the privilege to help decorate a 6m blackboard at our Employability Lab. With a box of Crayola’s coloured chalks and my long-time PR/Communications friend, Eleah, we were given creative freedom to draw, sketch, and write words of wisdom to encourage students like us to keep reaching their goals. To never give up…