Discover Prompts, Day 19: three

Three Institutions where I got my degrees

First: Comilla Victoria College Image :

Haiku: 1

Doesn’t look Impressive,

Had the very best teachers,

Made us what we are!

Second Institution: Holy Cross College

Haiku : 2 Image

Holy Cross College, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Image may contain: tree, sky, plant, house, cloud, grass, outdoor and nature

Insitution 2: Haiku

When I studied there,

The grounds were old but cozy,

But the nuns were strict!

See the source image
Dhaka University
Haiku 3
This building scared me,
The men outnumbered women,
They thought they knew more!

Blogging 101: Day 3: Say Hello to your Neighbors

Today’s assignment: Follow five new topics in the Reader and five new blogs.

I found three new neighbors. I am delighted. I will look for more. My computer ceases to function at odd times, just when I was about to post my reply to one of my neighbors it went kaput and I lost the fourteen -year-old who was really interesting.

I think I will post this to show I’m really trying.

……………………….. ūüôā

Writing Prompt: Press it

Give some love to three blog posts you’ve read and loved in the past week, and tell us why they are worth reading.

Following are the blog posts I’ve ¬†read and enjoyed in the past week, they are worth reading to see how good they are.¬†

1.Mostly Bright Ideas – “Plumbing the Depths”, by BronxBoy 55

2. Fighting For The Underdog– Alienora’s Blog

3. A Hangover Too Long by Samir Mishra Р Viewsplash

The first one , Mostly Bright Ideas ¬†deals with feelings of different groups of people,there is humor and shows the blogger knows what ¬†he’s writing about. It’s a must read. I’ve enjoyed everything he’s written so far.

 

Second one is about,”Fighting for the underdog”, she spoke about one of the students, she felt needed the support of the school. Her motto child first,system second, did not win her any friends . Fury was unleashed in her direction, she was accused of being disloyal,unsupportive, unhelpful. This did not deter her from fighting for the child.

 

Third is , “A hangover Too long” Viewsplash by Samir Mishra : I’ve known ¬†Samir for a very short time. I find his posts are full of humor and the reader is fascinated and cannot help but read his post before moving on. “Hangover Too Long” is one of his astonishing posts. You don’t have to take my word you can find out by reading it yourself.

These are the posts I read and loved, I hope you’ll also show your love by reading them. I promise you, you won’t be disappointed!

https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/04/11/ 365-days-april 11th-pressit/