July 13th and 20th 2018 – Weekly Roundup of Members Posts

Happy Friday Everyone and I really apologize for missing last weeks roundup as I was driving through the middle of no wear Nebraska last week Friday.  So this weeks roundup is going to be a bit longer but hopefully, you will still find it enjoyable!  Hope everyone had a great week and has great plans for the weekend too.

Quote of the day–Walter Langer via @roseylinn
Flat Tummy Co. Meal Replacement Shakes – Do They Really Work? via @northsouthblonde
Football IS coming home via @therenaissancewoman15
Army Assault Course via @janegealy
20 Reasons to Love France (and Bastille Day) via @secretmoona
Redefining the Hero: The Extrapolated Costume Design of Wonder Woman — Discover via @vmroberts1021
12 July – Taylors Bridge via @sussextroutfishing
Oh Yes, I am!!!! via @karenurbanski
The conventions of unconvention… via @sparshsehgal
Launching Pad via @kwesispeaks
Civil War Mindset In Question via @usfman
Connections via @lauramcatee
The Pros of Living In Sutton in Surrey (There Are Many!) via @solaristraveller
The Week In Review Beginning July 9 Using Gifs via @missinginsight
We Danced via @survivor7852
Ten WordPress.com Bloggers to Follow on Instagram — Discover via @vmroberts1021
Does a business degree guarantee you a job? via @thecitygirlvibe
Me & the Other via @oneandnone
Sunday Pause (Paws): Time via @kurlylj
Sari, Not Sari via @szaengle
hello to my foreign readers via @mikahvictoria
God did not “need” my son in Heaven more than I needed him… via @kathleenduncan
You Win Some, You Lose Some(thing) via @greaterthangravity
My Childhood is Escaping Me – Found Poetry via @wolffpoetry
10-line Poem Challenge #2 Quinnette – Hungry Youngsters via @kiwinana
Moral Quandary Here via @heathenmichelle
Ministry Engagement Involves Developing the Saints for Service via @revheadpin
Wordless Wednesday: Simply Summer via @debz2653
A bit of a scare via @Plainjanelbug
Short Story: Crimes Exposed via @logicaldreamer
Hazelnut chocolate bar (Gluten free & refined sugar free Nutty bar) via @nadishaf
Book Shopping Adventure via @daniellaargento
Faith Alone via @jdeboo01
Sounds on Thursday 66: ‘Tender Love’ by Michel Montecrossa via @nakano28
Health is Wealth via @dynaxty
WORLD ZOONOSES DAY July 6th. via @nvsubbaraman
#Theo Herbots ‘Merica Vibes: 15 prachtige plaatsen in de Verenigde Staten // Merica Vibes: 15 beautiful places in the United States via @theoherbots
🎊 G I V E A W A Y 🎊 via @dewnipathegama
It’s coming home? via @danieltj27
Of All Things To Lose, the #ThrowbackThursday You Gave Me! via @allisonveneziowrites

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My dear fellow-bloggers,

Good morning.
It is “WORLD MOSQUITO DAY AUGUST 20th” today in Envius Thoughts in https://nvsr.wordpress.com for your kind read and response. Thanks.
With regards.
N V Subbaarman

My dear co-bloggers,

Good morning. Today it is “REVERED RENUKA RECALLED” in Envius Thoughts in https://nvsr.wordpress.com for your kind read and response. Thanks.
With regards.
N V Subbaraman

I have started to post…

I have started to post rough illustrations of the characters in the children’s book that I am writing.

This is Aurora, a powerful Polar bear. Her name means “Dawn” in latin and is used to refer to the polar lights. She is a kind and protective mother. She has two twin cubs called Pukak and Neva, whom she loves dearly.


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Deals and Paradox ( Steps in the right direction )

The account of Noah in genesis being discovered in a drunken state by his son Ham, makes an interesting read. Bursting with the news, Ham rushes out and tells his brothers.

Shem and Japheth, on the other hand, ashamed vicariously on behalf of their aged father, had the decency to advance backwards into the tent, holding a drape on their shoulders, and so they covered their father without looking upon him in his vulnerable condition.

That showed a touching concern for people and their faults.

You see the paradox here?

walk backwards and yet progress to gain spiritual reward, kneel and be victorious in prayer. Stand still, do nothing but pray and see the salvation of the Lord.

Dying to sin to grow spiritually, resisting the devil and backing away from temptation, rising when we fall, exhibiting tolerance, grace, and forgiveness are the little steps we can take in the right direction.

Casting all our cares on the Lord is one of the best deals we can ever make.

Make the right deals today!

My dear co-bloggers,

Good morning. Today’s Sunday story (1321st post) is “PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE!” ion Envius Thoughts in https://nvsr.wordpress.com for your kind read and response. Thanks.
With regards.
N V Subbaraman

This is Pukak, a polar…

This is Pukak, a polar bear cub. He is another main character that I am writing my book about.

His name means “Crystalline Snow” in Inuit.

He is a playful little cub and very friendly. He has a twin sister called Neva and a mother called Aurora.


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My dear fellow bloggers,

Good morning. It is “V FESTIVAL August 18th” in Envius Thoughts today in https://nvsr.wordpress.com for your kind read and response. Thanks. Please look for tomorrow’s Sunday story titled “PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE”
With regards.
N V Subbaraman