Okay, Okay, I know Quantum of Solace premiered ages ago. November 14, 2008 precisely. But I did not watch it until last week. And guess what? I actually enjoyed it.
I heard about this last week, and went around digging for more information.
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