I saw the ship sailing long before you boarded The waves crashed but I was always in calm waters The weather was my friend for days after you’d left The wind sailed me safely to the harbour By J P Martin Since published: Amazon
Vein /veɪn/ is a word that flows towards my heart like the oxygen-depleted blood it carries.
I have another article in the September issue of Om Yoga magazine - check it out... it is called Bhogi Wonderland... more info as always regarding my wellbeing model, yoga and fitness on SuperModelHero.com
Is your cup half full? Than raise your winning cup to the word CUP /kʌp/ this week.
Let us place ourselves in somebody else's shoes... Shoes are functional, pretty some times, not pretty some times, hurtful sometimes, cuddling our feet other times... Use the word shoes /ʃuːz/ this week - but wear shoes less than usual this week. "I'm not even classifying shoes as good shoes or bad shoes. I'm just saying, … Continue reading Word of the Week: Shoes
I write about a number of subjects - one of which is yoga, something I am forever learning about. As a qualified yoga teacher, (and further training in pranayama and anatomy,) I am all for bringing yoga into our daily lives... so if you are interested in doing yoga at your desk then grab yourself … Continue reading Daily Yoga at Your Desk in Om Yoga Magazine
What would you do if you found a fly in your butter, spread it? No, I don't think so! If I were a superhero my power would be to fly, because as humans we can do plenty but not fly... we can swim the butterfly, but not fly! We certainly go through metamorphosis metaphorically as humans don't … Continue reading Word of the WEEK: Butterfly
What is the definition of the word yellow, is it just the name of a Coldplay song?