The Munjtac is part of the deer subspecies Cervinae. They are
originally found in China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, India and Indonesia. They have a smaller body type and are know to make a barking noise when looking for a mate or to warn of danger. Their canines are a bit longer sort of like smaller tusks and they have smaller antlers. They are said…[Read more]
For our prompt of “Mug” today, I chose my favorite mug that I use every morning. This was my view this very morning, only the plate was empty as I’d just eaten some scrambled eggs. There were little flecks of egg
Macadamia nut chocolates sold by the local Kiwanis Club every year for Xmas. They are made by Swiss Colony which is a big business here. These particular chocolates are specially made for the Kiwanis and you can’t get them anywhere else. I bought three tins yesterday, but before they were even delivered, I got a phone call that Joe’s three sisters are coming to visit in a few weeks, so luckily when the woman came to drop off, she had three extra tins. Crisis averted!
Joe accidentally broke my favorite mug last week!! Good thing I plan for just such a disaster and had found and purchased two extra exact same mugs. Crisis averted!
Nice mug and that pumpkin pie would be a great way to start the day on a happy note.We’re so lucky to have the variety that places like Costco and Trader Joe’s has to offer us. I still remember the small, family owned neighborhood grocery store that was light on variety but big on customer service. How is that even possible…. LOL!!! So many amazing changes in a lifetime! 🙂
Hi, I’m Atique Ahmed. I’m from Lahore, just a short drive from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. This secret was revealed to me when I was in kindergarten when one of my teachers asked me to perform a national
There is a saying ‘Learning from the school of hard knocks’, meaning learning while doing what needs to be done instead of through schooling. Your work is wonderful! Thank you for sharing your artistic journey with us, Atique!
What a wonderful art journey, Atique! Your God-gifted talent inspires me a lot. I went to school in Islamabad and had Ms Hajra Mansoor as our art teacher. The basics I learned from her back in 1987 has stayed with me. Wish you the very best on continuing your art journey. Your work is superb!
Thanks Sandra. I’ve switching between that, mint or cinnamon. I try to stick to coffee at breakfast only. Except for an occasional maple latte at a local coffee shop where I am trying to exhibit at.😉. Got to support the locals!
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