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What Every Seller Isn't Told

Since the begining of time there has always been a barter system, an exchange of value for value; and because of this exchange system there is a history of people who think they were gypped. 1,288 more words


How Should You Celebrate Navratri ?

So today is the beginning of one of the most auspicious festivals of the Sanatana Dharma ( Hinduism),’Navratri.’ Apart, from the rituals and traditions will be aboded by at everyone’s place, I would encourage everyone to have a deeper experience during this Navratri. 325 more words

Expression Bites!

L'Shana Tova

Happy New Year.

It’s Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of the new year, the High Holy Days, the most holy of holy days of the year. 36 more words

What I Love!

The Family behind Crafts by Jackie

I release this blog on a Thursday because it is perfect for throwback.

My friendship with Jackie goes back to a long way. Her daughter Haylie and my daughter Sammi were at the same daycare. 910 more words


My Son's Healer

Two months ago, Zian had a severe and terrible episode of stomach pain. I have never seen him cry and crouch like that in pain. I could not identify what caused his stomach pain, whether it was something he ate or if he did eat well at all that day. 797 more words


Baker Baker (Lullabies)

Traditional lullabies didn’t stick when I was learning how to be a mom. Sometimes I sang hymns from church because they were easy to remember, “Love One Another”, being one of them. 283 more words


When You Wish...

Finally, via Fiji for refuelling, we’re here.

Ready for day one in the Magical Kingdom.

While some time was spent relighting memories from our previous trip 17 years ago… 76 more words

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