It’s Thursday! And this is the Thursday that I’m going to start showing my appreciation for the blogs that I follow like I said I wanted to do last month. To recap: I wrote down all of the names of the blogs that I follow on pieces of paper, put them into a bag, shake it up and had my sister choose.
So today, I’m grateful for…
I just caught up with Akhila over on Words and Notion. I’m guilty of not keeping up with her blog for the Reader is kind of messed up and all the blogs I follow doesn’t always show up.
Akhila is a Quality Assurance professional and she makes words dance off the page with her thought-provoking poems. I find her Psychic Science posts intriguing and her Female Behavior series convincing.
She sometimes features posts in her native Malayalam, a language I which I can understand! She has a book out now and it’s available on Amazon.
I have some more catching up to do, but I am thankful for this blog.
Cee’s Share Your World Challenge continues now!
Do you prefer a bath or shower?
I love showers!
What do you do to make a living or during the day? If you are retired what mostly occupies your day? Or if you are a student what are you studying?
I spend Monday-Fridays working 8-4 in the library. It has its ups and downs like any other job, but it’s what I’ve wanted to do ever since I was little, so I am utmost grateful to God.
Is there a stuffed animal in your bedroom?
Yes. A few. They were given to me by my sisters over the years and I just can’t find it within my heart to get rid of them.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
My sister Margaret. ❤ She was unwell recently, but she pulled through by the grace of God. I am very grateful to have her in my life and I admire her love for our Saviour.
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Origin: The Roman Empire
Date: c. 4th century BCE to 5th century CE
Type: Fermented fish sauce
According to this chapter, garum was made from the parts that remained after fish had been salted and barreled. This fermented fish sauce was Roman’s obsession. Maybe it changed the course of history, but not too many people know about garum aka Ancient Rome ketchup. Although garum is considered to be originated in the Roman Empire, it was said to be enjoyed by the Greeks earlier.
Last year, I read that Spain is bringing the sauce back from the ancient dead.
Would I eat it?: I won’t be using this anytime soon!
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Hate is such a strong word… but I do have a few that can fit the bill! I reviewed all of the following last year:
Are You Afraid of the Dark by Sidney Sheldon
The Take by Martina Cole
All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner
Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks
Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson