Satisfaction: The Daily Post Photo Challenge

This week, share a photo of something that brings you satisfaction. It can be monumental, minor, or something in between.

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Taking photos gives me a lot of satisfaction especially when the photos are special like the following ones:IMG_2964




I think this is an Anthurium Sweet Dreams

Lonely flight: Mondays Finish the Story, July 13, 2015

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Finish the story begins with: “Delphine always wanted to pilot her father’s plane and when he forgot his keys on her tenth birthday, she knew that taking off would be easy.”

She picked up the keys. Turned it around in her small hand.

Suddenly she heard her father and uncle talking outside the hanger. “Quick!” she thought: “Into my secret hiding place!” She sat quietly waiting for the two men to walk away.

Delphine started to imagine how she would handle the plane. She closed her eyes, saw herself entering the plane. Ready for take off! The engines softly buzzing, while the propeller turned faster and faster. The plane started moving. Down the runway and – take off. Up, up in the blue sky. She was feeling free as a bird.

“ Delphine, what are you doing? Are you dreaming? Why do you have that smile on your face?”

“Oh Dad I had the most wonderful adventure. I flew away, on my own, in your plane”

The keys were still safely hidden in her hand.

Mondays Finish the Story

Dreams: FFfAW Week of May 20, 2015

No 14


The Three girls, Victoria, Ally and Celia, were on their tummies, on the lawn sharing their fantasies about the lonely Gazebo.

“Celia, what do you think about this lovely Gazebo? I think  it could tell many romantic tales.” Victoria looked with sparkling eyes at the Gazebo.

“ Yes, maybe. I heard some sad stories about couples who used it to get married.”Celia reminisced. “And…..?” Victoria asked, with stars in her eyes.

Ally the youngest of the three girls, argued that she thought it is a happy place. She would love to meet a handsome boy, one evening while the moon is shining and the stars are bright as diamonds. So special and romantic.

“No, you are way too romantic, I don’t like boys!” came the answer from Celia the tomboy.

“Well, you two girls, I don’t care what you think or say, tonight I am meeting Tom at 9 pm here ! How romantic is that?”

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