Generally speaking, I am not a fan of medical dramas. I’m more of a crime series kinda girl. So, Law and Order (SVU and CI) is definitely one of those shows I can watch for hours non-stop. But, after Downton Abbey Season 3 ended earlier in the year (and after satisfying my craving by watching repeat episodes), I went in search of another period drama series. That’s how I found ‘Call the Midwife’ on BBC.
As promised, here is Part 1 of Stay in Berlin. If you really can’t wait and want to read the entire story, you can do so on Smashwords.
Now, for Part 1. Enjoy!
In a typical wedding ceremony (traditional, white, court) the couple exchanges wedding rings. So, in our world today, one surefire way of telling if a man or woman is married, is by looking at their hands for the tell-tale sign: the ring.
We can make our plans,
but the Lord determines our steps.
I think bi / multilingualism is awesome, i.e. if you can speak more than one language, that’s great. Apart from English, I speak Yoruba, not as fluently as I would like. I fill in words I don’t know in Yoruba with English words, instead, so you can imagine what a conversation with me in Yoruba would sound like: Read More
Yes indeed, yours truly will be taking the 30-day blogging challenge a. k. a NaBloPoMo throughout the month of November. In case you were wondering, NaBloPoMo stands for National Blog Posting Month. It’s like NaNoWriMo for bloggers. Confused much? Hehe.
How do I feel? Read More
I recently started following the latest Masterpiece Classic series on PBS. It is called “The Paradise” and it is based on Emile Zola’s novel, Au Bonheur des Dames (The Ladies’ Paradise). They’re showing Season 1 right now, but our friends in the UK have already seen it. As usual. Read More