Sea shell dreams

“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

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Life here has been busy and hot, and demanding and certainly colorful, way too colorful to remain concentrated, so I’ve decided to take another short break.  I need to finish the sea-shell dreams I’ve started a month ago, to chase the sunset and the wind that stole the drops of my inside, purple rain, to find a way to learn a proper use of the tenses in the English language/ this is not meant to be a metaphor :), I do have problems with verbs and if you have advice on how to improve that by myself, do share!!!/.  And to all of you that come here and cherish my posts, may you have lovely days filled with inspirations.

I’ll be back soon!

Love& Peace …

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“Sea shell dreams” by Blaga Todorova

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© 2012  Broken Sparkles

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21 Responses to “Sea shell dreams”

  1. Kavita Says:

    OMG.. that picture is toooo good, girl! And guess what, when you don’t get too tense about the tenses in the language, they’ll turn out all right :)
    Have a beautiful day, babe! And I will keep pestering you, here and everywhere else tooooo.. (hugs)

  2. Nessy San Says:

    It is a life clam! :D

  3. Emma Says:

    Enjoy your time, Blaga!

  4. David Eric Cummins Says:

    I think your English is excellent. We will miss your beautiful words and photos, so don’t stay away too long. Enjoy your summer, Blaga! :)

    • Broken Sparkles Says:

      Thank you for the kind words David! I am finally catching up with everything I’ve missed this summer and though we still have a very summery weather here and I enjoy it sooo much, I know the cold seasons are not far behind and the only good out of it, is the time inside to write and to read more! Thank you David!

  5. dontchawannadream Says:

    I LOVE this pic. Your photos are amazing. By the way that’s pretty funny, I’ve been inspired by sea shells and starfishes for my soon-to-be published painting. You’ll see.
    Anyway enjoy this lil break, Blaga. Take care! :)

  6. dragonkatet Says:

    I hope the break recharges your batteries, my sweet friend. :) As for the verb tenses, where i work we usually refer students to The Purdue OWL pages because they are so easy to understand. Here is a link to specifically what you are talking about (re: verb tenses) but on the left side of the page, you will see other things which involve using tenses in writing, too. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/601/04/
    You know that I am a huge fan of your writing already, though. Do enjoy your break and don’t forget us! ;)
    P.S. What is especially wonderful about your seashell picture is that you left that piece of a shell on top of that shell in the middle – it makes it so much more interesting!

    • Broken Sparkles Says:

      I am finally catching up with old comments! Thank you for the link, it is a helpful source, I’ve bookmarked it! Thank you for being my friend and for always being so kind to me!
      About the piece on top of the sea shell, I thought of moving it away, but there was a wave coming, that would’ve washed the shells away so it had to be a quick shot :)

  7. David Eric Cummins Says:

    Hello, Blaga! I’ve nominated you for the Seven Things About Me Award http://davidericcummins.wordpress.com/2012/08/23/seven-things-about-higher-hell/

    Thank you so much for all your support! :)

  8. Olivia Says:

    What a breathtaking picture girl!! Don’t you mind about the tenses… everything will work out well!!
    Hugs xoxoxo

  9. Jamie Dedes Says:

    Your doing fine. What a fabulous photograph! ;-)

    • Broken Sparkles Says:

      It’s in human nature to chase perfection :) I guess I’ve had one of those human moments, despite the fact that I am perfectly aware, nothing is ever that perfect and sometimes the charm of it all, lies in the little imperfections! Thank you Jamie!


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