The Miranda Sings Award…#2!!!

I’m not certain who this Miranda person is that the award is named for. For that matter, I don’t even know if she sings, or if she can do it all that well. I suppose that dreaded AutoTune device makes anyone believe that they can, ROFL! At any rate, blog awards or their titles aren’t for dissecting, they are to be appreciated and shared – so, here we go!

With any blogging award, there are rules – so pay attention! The rules for this one are:
•Thank the blogger who nominated you.
•Name seven things you love about yourself.
•Nominate and notify seven bloggers about this award.
•You can’t nominate the person who nominated you.
•Don’t forget to display the award in your post.

Seven things I love about myself:
•My sense of humour.
•My adventurous spirit.
•My appreciation of nature and the world we live on, and in.
•I can make others laugh – my friends called me the “Joke-Box” in school!
•I love learning new things.
•My drive, dedication, and determination!
•I love meeting new people, even when they don’t stick around for long.

Last, but not least, my nominations! I’ll defer them for now, because I think many people are going “award-free” on their blogs, which makes it more difficult to give an award. Since I tend to re-blog a lot of good things, I invite you to take a look at the blogs that I’ve re-posted things from…you might find some hidden gems! Meanwhile, I’ll just serenade my visitors and loyal fans with seven random songs and vids. Enjoy!

Bullies and the Damage of the Smear Campaign

This post is quite timely! There may not be ways to stop cyber-bullies, or the influence they have over others, but there are ways to stay safe, centered, and above all – self-confident.




We have been conditioned to believe that we have to think and feel certain ways in order to fit in, succeed in life, please others, and survive.

At the core of the pain we feel from bullying is the survival instinct.

Even the need to be accepted, comes down to the way our brains our wired for self protection and survival. Being thrown out of the tribe is associated with death, in our primal brains….the reptilian cortex.

We instinctively feel threatened and fearful when rejected by a group of people that we need to associate with on a regular basis.

Even the term “workplace harassment” is rooted in this need to be accepted. Otherwise continued emotionally/ mentally  hurtful acts by one employee to another would not be recognized as wrong.

The act on one co-worker starting a smear campaign against you is so emotionally destructive that if it…

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Midweek Music…27 July 2016

Just a little bit of midweek music…enjoy!

Classic Cars With Their Modern Versions

What can I say…I love the allure of the automobile!



There’s nothing like a classic car to give you that old taste where a car was a dirty rough machine that made you feel alive.

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Random Saturday Screen-shots & Silliness!

I’m celebrating the fact that the month is nearly over, and my jury duty is completed! Enjoy these random screen-shots of some recent gaming, and three awesome episodes of one of my favourite comedies of all time, Absolutely Fabulous. I hope that they make you laugh as much as I did!

Isaiah Cooper, 16, Becomes Youngest Black Pilot to Complete Cross-Country Flight

Some good news to start the weekend off right!


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A teenage pilot from Compton arrived home in Southern California on Monday, capping a flight across the nation in preparation for what he hopes will be a record-setting around-the-world trip.

Isaiah Cooper, 16, touched down at Compton airport (to see video, click here) after a roughly two-week flight around the country, becoming the youngest African American pilot to complete the cross-country flight.  A flight instructor accompanied him.

Cooper’s 8,000-mile flight was not without difficulty. Bad weather forced him to make a hard landing that heavily damaged his original plane in Wyoming.  “He was able to execute the emergency procedures flawlessly, got it on the road, landed, didn’t damage the houses, the schools, the construction crew, nothing. I mean, he got out of that thing safely,” said flight instructor Robin Petgrave.

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I fear no storms…on land, or off!

Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess

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Musical Monday…18 July 2016!

I’m relaxing after a nice, busy weekend of gardening, house-cleaning, cooking, and beach-combing, and I’m catching up on reading some of my favourite blogs. It looks as if I have another award to address; in the meantime, enjoy these three songs for my musical Monday! Bonus points to those of you who REALLY know what the first song is about, ROFL

Songs on a Saturday…

I’m out running errands, in doing some housework, then back outside to do some gardening and planting! I’ll get around to reading and catching up with the blogs I follow tomorrow, when I allow myself a day of laziness on Sunday. In the meantime, enjoy these five, soothing, Saturday songs!


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