The Journey Begins

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Thanks for joining me!

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton



60 thoughts

    1. Slow and steady wins the race
      Having an early lead without a plan and poor execution will not get you anywhere
      History too has proven as brought out in the article

  1. Very nicely written blog, igniting the quest to know/learn more about the subject. I for one, will look forward to your blogs.
    Happy and successful blogging…
    Smile regards

  2. It would be wonderful if you could do a couple of things to improve the credibility of this blog:
    1. Create an “About” page in which you tell us something about your background, and
    2. Provide some information about your sources, ideally links to other websites/news orgnisations where you have found the information you are sharing.

    1. Thank you very much for your kind advice, dear Parker.
      I can’t disclose much of my identity for various reasons. Just after writing three blogs I received an unsolicited call from the country in question, digging into my history and activities.
      The source of the information has been provided wherever it is publically available. Still, I shall keep this in mind.
      I once again thank you for taking your time out.

      1. Darn! I also came here to find credential behind the blog that I have, just lately, begun to read. Your caution is understandable. Readers can, of course, check out citations you provide for your statements. Meanwhile, I am compelled to keep reading, so far.

      2. I hope you are doing well, Marilee, and looking after the needy, in these exceptionally difficult and trying times.

      3. They are, indeed, trying times. Old lady in Chicago here, socially isolating with kitty. There are many ways we can continue to look after others, if nothing more, than using online tools to remain informed and reaching out. May this find you, and yours, equally well.

  3. Now the journey begins as a blogger. You have to convince your reader enough about what you post. Ok. I was like you 3 years ago. This is about showing passion.

    Am patrick by name . This is the advice i have for you. Keep the good work.
    You are welcome

    Peace ✌and Love ❤

    1. Thank you so much, Patrick, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts and advice. I shall keep that in mind. Regards.

      1. Thank you! I appreciate your thoughtful response.

        Such an awesome way of replying someone. Thanks. Again

        Also, I just posted:

        POEM: MARCH 8

        Would love to know your views. Love to see your contributions on it. I’m always excited for your comment. 🙂

        You are welcome

        Peace ✌and Love ❤

  4. Thanks    for accepting and following my blog.

    I’m available to read your post at my convenient time.

    You have such an interesting topic I will love to read in
    your blog.

    I still remain  the simple blogger…..

    Peace ✌and Love ❤

  5. Every once in a great while I follow a link back to a visitor who has liked one of my posts. Your posts suggested to me by WordPress as those “… I might like” were intriguing, so I followed one of the links. What a surprise to find someone with something to say AND that your words are well crafted. Keep it up, Sandomina!

    1. Thank you so much, Lynda, for your kind words. In fact, I too loved your thoughts on your friend ‘Buddy’, and share your sorrow and joy equally. I lost my ‘Ginger’ almost four years back and till to date the void left by him is unfulfilled. Hope to read more of your posts soon. Warm regards.

      1. Thoughts on Ginger: A good friend will indeed leave a spot on our hearts. At first it hurts, but given time it becomes a place that holds many warm memories.

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