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Blogging 101 Day Eight: Be a Good Neighbour – It’s the little things that we share | cocoaevenings

Dear Readers,

Thank you for spending your evenings with me a day after day. Your comments have put many smiles on my tired face. It is the little things that we share in common here and there that has brought us together in the blogosphere. I hope this does not sound too mushy. I seldom articulate such heartfelt words because I have grown up in a rather restraint Asian environment. We, 101-ers, have been tasked to spread the love, so share, we shall!

Grab the strawberries before we start. =D

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I have left comments on more than four new blogs today, but I shall still keep the sharing to four, in the order that I had found them.

  1. Kathy Mays presents Flowers from the Heart. Experience Kathy’s genuine, tender, loving, care.
  2. Alexk shows you the world with Photography by Alexk. You could also visit Alexk’s Photography Album directly. Entrance to the captivating Mother Nature.
  3. Nina Karadzic In Noir Velvet. Expose in six or take fifty.
  4. Gayle cooks, crafts, and discovers herself with Lula Harp.

I am inspired to tell all my stories in either six words or fifty!

Here is a song for you before we part, It’s the little things.

The tune and meaning of the lyrics in this song are easily one of my all-time favourites. Do ignore the words describing my country.

Is there a compelling post or blog that you have seen over the last seven days of Blogging 101? Feel free to leave the link in my comments box.

Enjoy!
Cocoa

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8 comments

  1. Dear Cocoa 🙂

    This post is so full of love 🙂
    I sense love all around me.
    I like the song and these are wonderful recommendations–I have visited all but one today–going there right from here 🙂

    Thanks for sweet strawberries 🙂

    I am leaving you recommendations as you asked. There might be too many–as I have seen them all in last seven days. So please take your time and relax–when you are free and come back to read this post and comments—check them out 🙂

    https://blabberwockying.wordpress.com/2015/08/12/my-wonderful-neighbours-part-two/

    https://blabberwockying.wordpress.com/2015/08/09/memorable-inspirational-witty-catchy-and-fun-taglines/

    https://blabberwockying.wordpress.com/2015/08/06/my-wonderful-neighbours/

    Thanks,
    Anand

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