Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today, besides being Christmas in many countries (Merry Christmas!), is the birthday of Rudolph? Robert May created Rudolph in 1939 as an assignment for Montgomery Ward. The retailer had been buying and giving away coloring books for Christmas every year and decided that creating their own book would save money. May considered naming the reindeer “Rollo” and “Reginald” before deciding upon using the name “Rudolph.”


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Always remember: The greatest gift you can ever receive is not found in the shops or under your Christmas tree. It is found in the hearts of your loving family and true friends.”

— Author Unknown

Random Phrases of the day

  1. Jack of All Trades Master of NoneMeaning: Having suitable skill in multiple things, but not being an expert in any of them.
  2. Jig Is UpMeaning: For a ruse or trick to be discovered; to be caught.
  3. Curiosity Killed The CatMeaning: Typically said to indicate that any further investigation into a situation may lead to harm.
  4. Needle In a HaystackMeaning: Something that is impossible or extremely difficult to find, especially because the area you have to search is too large.
  5. Plot Thickens – TheMeaning: A situation that has gotten way more serious or interesting due to recent complexities or developments.

through time in a minute

through time in a minute

you never believed
but our passion was just a wish unfilled
there was only your bleeding soul
may you find happiness.

but our pulse was just a ghost
there was only history
as I bid you good night.
we are now just two lonely hearts.

Word of the day

Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, early 19th century

A small, shell-shaped cake


Something that evokes a memory

Examples of Madeleine in a sentence

“She served her favorite dessert, the madeleine, at her friend’s baby shower.”

“A scent can be a powerful madeleine, bringing up strong memories from years ago.”

Random Acts of Kindness

  1. It can get lonely when you are old, pay your grandparents a visit
  2. Know someone who is not coping very well? Give them a call
  3. We all need help sometimes; offer someone a helping hand
  4. Share today’s food with your neighbour!
  5. Volunteer your time for a good cause