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Tsu- Why Tsu Is A Con

My recent writing, Tsu- Why Tsu Is A Con, about my view, opinion, and experience of the new social media platform Tsu and why Tsu is a con. 144 more words

Writing

Nothing to say really, but another story to tell...

Or do I? I think some of my team mates have amazing backgrounds. One was in the Tsunami, close to the hotel I have stayed at prior to the Tsunami. 355 more words

Life

On grief

I lay awake last night at a stupid hour thinking about my Daddy. I was also thinking about my friend Christiaan. And the paws of pup pals passed. 169 more words

If the World Ends

Have you ever wondered how the world would end? I just pray that there wouldn’t be a tsunami. That would be scary. The big thing that worries me is the fact that I don’t really know how to swim. 6 more words

My Tsunami in India

On December 25th 2004, my wife and I went to India, to Madras. The idea was to meet some friends there and travel around in  Tamil Nadu. 161 more words

Photography

Waking Early to Crescent Moon

I woke at 5am to lok for the crescent moon.
Traces of sunlight in a lapis blue sky at one end of the view;
but cloud cover hid her over the mountain where I expected her.   150 more words

Watercolor

Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala

Categories: Nonfiction, Memoir, Survival
Publisher: Knopf
Published Date: Mar. 5th, 2013
Length: 274 pages
Format: Hardcover

Synopsis:  

On the morning of December 26, 2004, on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, Sonali Deraniyagala lost her parents, her husband, and her two young sons in the tsunami she miraculously survived.
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