This was my outfit of the day 1st April #AprilFOolsDay
I was free from school, and spent my day sleeping almost half the day hehe!...and then I went to my darling boyfriend, we cooked together.
* Skirt by an Italian designer. I got from my dad when I was 11 years 😂
* Top by HM
*Jacket by MASSÄY
* Hat by Glitter read more »
When I finished writing The Guitar Girl back in 2013, I was lucky enough to have caught the eye of Hachette India - for their Young Adult section. The woman who used to work in their department asked me increase the word count, think of new ideas...and within a week, my 20,000 worded novella had fleshed out in 40,000 words novel.
But sadly she switched jobs and her supervisor didn't like the modern day epistolary format we'd both loved. I told myself it was minor setback and began hunting for publisher... read more »
Because Phyllis Wheatley Set Out Alone, We Don’t Have To!
A Homage to Wheatley by Solmaz Sharif, A Lecturer in Poetry at Stanford University and my daughter’s teacher !!!!
Give a listen :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBd7m-TkNxI
Poet and Stanford Lecturer Solmaz Sharif
The Phyllis Wheatley Monument byMeredith Bergmann /Boston read more »
Every parent knows the struggle of getting kids to eat! Even if you have a child who eats veggies, they most certainly would have been through a fussy eating phase. I wouldn't describe my toddler as a fussy eater, but there are certain foods he likes more than others. And presentation is everything! I try to make his regular food in different forms, and then he is more inclined to try them.When I heard about the new Power Bites menu for kids at the Mövenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel Dubai, I was definitely... read more »
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So today I got an email by a daily reader, asking me to make the post more longer. For this mental tennis blog, 200 to 600 words is enough for me to get the message on each topic out to Continue reading read more »
Two posts in one day is a rarity here at In Pursuit of Simple, but April 1 just happens to be a pretty important day for me. Not only did I get the opportunity to take part in the great Pittsburgh Blog Swap of 2015, but Ive officially been a small business owner for a 
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In the past 24 hours, we've had a flat tire, DH has had to fix his father's lift in his wheelchair van and I was the recipient of an amazing kindness from someone I just 'met' a short while ago. Oh, and my husband's great-uncle came and plowed our field for us - to the consternation of our dogs. So my post today is going to be a little different than I had planned.My chosen A to Z theme for this year is "All Gallow's Eve" a Halloween-inspired cozy mystery, set in Kentucky. When people hear 'Kentucky', th... read more »
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