Virtual Lover…

When life doesn’t bring Mr or Ms Right fast enough and all we can do is play the waiting game, sometimes we simply need to rely on our imaginations. The following post is Part 1 of a perfect example depicting such creativity. Enjoy! 🌷

Be sure to check out Part 2 here: https://ladieswholunchreviews.wordpress.com/2016/08/23/virtual-lover-cont/#like-17749

August 27 2016



She strolled into their bedroom after her shower, fluffy white robe tied neatly at her waist, twirling one of the sash ends lazily in a circle.  Long, slim legs and feet bare, toes painted siren red.  Smooth dark hair swung over one shoulder with each step she took.

He looked up from his book, startlingly blue eyes alight with interest as she bent forward to kiss him.

Book forgotten, he hooked one finger into the gaping neck of her robe, pulling her closer and closer until she could feel his warm breath by her ear.

Shivering with delight, she gasped as his cool hands slid inside her robe, unerringly finding soft, damp curves.   As the robe fell away, she heard his sharp intake of breath, felt his approval as she snuggled into his embrace.

Yes, she thought with satisfaction, that flowed well.  And tapping her siren red-painted fingernails on…

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In the Light of Dawn

The following post is an awesome poem filled with both literary and literal imagery, conveying a feeling of awe and wonder, yet reminding me of the importance of being in the moment. Stop. Be still. Observe. Appreciate.

In this world of chaos, we can still find beauty, we just have to pay attention.

Have a read. You won’t be disappointed. Enjoy! 🌷

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Want more followers? Are you treating the existing ones well?

Reciprocity — treat others the way you would like to be treated. This is the way I live my life. Every decision I make hinges around two questions:
1. Am I being fair?
2. Am I being treated fairly?
I believe if we all stive to incorporate this way of thinking in our daily lives the world would be a much better place.

The following post is a perfect example of reciprocity. Have a read and see if you agree. Hugs🌷

August 27 2016


No doubt we all want more and more people to follow our blogs. The urge to make our thoughts to reach maximum number of people through our posts is within each one of us.

The question is, are we doing enough to make that happen? Are we doing justice to the people who are following us? Are we giving them enough attention they deserve?

To have more followers, we must appreciate the existing ones. Believe me, the word spreads! People talk to each other and they praise the blogs they like. This is how we get more attention and more followers.

There are a few very important things that need to be kept in mind:-

  1. Build a strong relationship with your followers.
  2. Always reply to their valuable comments.
  3. Try to read as much as you can of their posts and show your love through your comments.
  4. Appreciation is the key…

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What Will They Say?

I read the following story a few days ago and found that this is a life lesson worth sharing. Have a read, I’m sure you’ll agree! 🌷

August 27 2016

Muddling Through My Middle Age

IMG_4471Yesterday, I attended a beautiful and moving memorial service for the husband of a long-time family friend.  Afterwards, we all gathered at her brother’s house for some food and drinks, as is often the custom after such services, so that family and friends can comfort each other and share stories and memories about the one they have lost.  I’m sure most of us have been to several of these gatherings, but there was something especially touching about this one.  The toasts and tributes were so heartfelt, the memories were so special and the sense of loss so deep, that there was no doubt that my friend’s husband was not only a very special person, but was also dearly loved but all who knew him well.  Clearly, he had left a powerful legacy of goodness, tolerance, and love.

Afterwards, I couldn’t help but wonder how different our lives might be if…

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