Twists and turns

and then there is life

a relevant existence

characterizes purpose

offers opportunity

impassioned with unity

-Eugenia

Image by Alex Hu from Pixabay

About Eugenia

“Sometimes, the most meaningful messages are shared through the fewest words.” - Julie B. Campbell
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27 Comments

  1. Beautiful

  2. Inspiring

  3. Stunning!!!

  4. Am l losing the plot? But are both your blogs now leading to one blog only Eugenia?

    • Rory, Blue Host had several outages yesterday and last week. I am notified by Jet Pack when my site is down which is occurring much too frequently. Yesterday, I merged my Blue Host to my WP.com site. Eclectic Brew is now Eugis Causerie and I will eventually close down the Blue Host site. I wanted to be sure my traffic was going to the new EC. Another day in the life of a blogger. 😉

      • Ah, that’s not a great Blue Host experience for you. But at least l now know that EB and EC are indeed pointing the same way.

        Because l use an internal directory that holds the websites l read from, l spent ages before l wrote the ‘Losing the plot’ comment. I just couldn’t figure out what on earth was going on. Probably made worse by feeling unwell yesterday 🙂

        Good to know all under control though even if irksome.

      • I spent hours trying to straighten out the mess but EC should be okay now. I set Blue Host to non-renew. I was fine with them until their servers were down several times a week.

        Currently, I have the new EC on redirect until I figure out how to turn off the Blue Host blog. It doesn’t expire until Nov, 2022

  5. The river is???
    Lovely completion in your Tanka

  6. Thank you. Unfortunately, the photographer didn’t furnish the name of the river.

  7. Mee-yow wow Miss Eugi..it is liek yore poe-em twistss like THE river inn THE foto does….you bring werds to life!
    ***nose kissess*** BellaDharma an {{huggiess}} BellaSita Mum

  8. If we could only get the politicians to actually be united and work for the people…

  9. I long for “impassioned unity” too!! Lovely, Eugenia!

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