Tag Archives: nature

Life Is In Fact A battle

It’s almost the end of October and the cold weather has already settled in. The sky is grayish blue on most days.  The leaves have fallen from most trees and people are busy blowing them off their lawns and backyards. … Continue reading

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How Beautiful It Was!

It was thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. A day to spend with family and loved ones.  Ever since my husband passed away almost three years ago, every day is thanksgiving for me. As painful as the experience was for us, … Continue reading

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When I Learned All This!

When I first met my late husband, he was reading Van Gogh’s letters to his brother. He said he was rereading the book, and wanted me to read it too. Being an artist himself, Van Gogh was one of his … Continue reading

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Thank You For Understanding

Yesterday was one of those days again. It was a cold and rainy day to begin with. I love it when it rains. Specially when I can sit at my desk with a cup of coffee and write. The sound … Continue reading

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The Real Things Haven’t Changed

“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” Abraham Lincoln   I wake up every morning … Continue reading

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Maybe Sometimes

Have you ever woken up early one morning at dawn and quite unexpectedly noticed the twilight? Or some other day quite unexpectedly you saw a sunset, a starry sky, a scenery or the horizon, so beautiful, so exquisite that a … Continue reading

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Childhood Memories From Before The War

I grew up in a village east of the Bekaa valley in Lebanon, where the majority of the villagers were farmers. They made their living mainly from selling apples that they grew in their orchards. There were a few who … Continue reading

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