ELIZABETH BANFALVI ❏
Many years ago, I saw the movie South Pacific. It was about American sailors and medical staff that were on a south Pacific Island in the war. It was a love story for a sailor and a nurse. It had the most beautiful musical score. Its story contained the fact that even though the characters fell in love with the islands’ people, they couldn’t stay with them because their beliefs wouldn’t let them.
NINA MUNTEANU ❏ What a marvelous few days we’ve had here in the Kawarthas! So much snow but also sun and hail and wind … I just HAD to walk in it all and experience it. It started with a sudden hail then light snow followed by sunshine. But even as the sun shone, more snow fell. The stubborn river kept glinting in the sunlight. Huge flakes fluttered down and the river sparkled. Some trees lit up like torches behind the thick snowflakes.
SAVITHRI DUDDU ❏ It was more than an hour Satya had been sitting in front of the computer to work on her new assignment of writing a happy story. Not even a word could be typed nor a joke could come across her mind to start. She switched off her phone, cleared her desk and got her cup of tea to get her going. Then she saw the sun set. How beautiful it was to watch the sun go down – from bright white to orange to pale yellow to nothing, all in few minutes.