One Lovely Blog Nominee


Thank you Cam, The Content of Cognition, for the nomination. I am truly grateful. That you found my blog relevant meant a lot to me, and I am so happy to have crossed your path. I am pleased to be in your community.

7 facts about me  

I am an Engineer as well as an author.

I have written two books on relationships: Marry Me: How You Make Love to Me, and I know Why You Broke Up with your Spouse.

I have written a book each on Historic Fiction and Paranormal genres: White Man’s footprint and Ladies of The Woods, respectively.

I am a poet.

Chess is my favourite game.

My favourite quote: “We cannot build mountains alone, but we need builders who are interested in building mountains with us”… P. A. Owala.

I love reading.


My 15 nominations:

Giggles & Tales

Success Inspirer

Project Relish

Fleeting Muse

Techie Family

Blue jellybeans

Poetry Out West

Nichole McIntosh


Morning coffee.

Deep Roots- New Wings

The Front Door Project



The rules are:

You must thank the person who nominated you and include a link to their blog. You must list the rules and display the award. You must add 7 facts about yourself. You must nominate 15 other bloggers and leave a comment on one of their posts to let them know they have been nominated.

Why are you dating, or why are you married to your spouse?


Sonnenuntergang, Wandern, Unterberghorn, Tirol, Österreich


This question is simple but very challenging if a couple finds it hard to bond together as one.

Two people start a relationship, or go into marriage, to be happy. No one will ever agree to live with anyone who has the inclination to make one unhappy for as long as they are together, unless one or both of them have hidden agendas.

Sadness is not an option, but it is inevitable every so often in one’s marital life.

The ability of a couple to manage crisis and disputes effectively is a plus to their communication and their desire to live together happily.

Only when they find happiness in their union, can they truly benefit from other things which they had in mind for becoming partners.



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