The winner of Around a cup of Tea

The Winner:


Tick tock around the clock
I won’t need to pick this lock
Tick tock around the clock
The key to it is in my sock
Tick tock around the clock
I make Chinese food in my wok
Tick tock around the clock
Valets parked my car down the block
Tick tock around the clock
Before I enter I always knock
Tick tock around the clock
Is there somewhere we can talk?

I made a hopscotch with some chalk
I didnt have much time to gawk

Lol I loved this onel

I would like to mention Aquib as well .

My Answer:

Tick tock around the clock

I guess I’m stuck 

Tick tock around the clock

Feel free to mock

Around a cup of Tea

How can you end this poem?

Tick tock around the clock

Who wishes to be among the flock

Tick tock around the clock

Who will run for the dock

Tick tock around the clock

Beware of the flying rock

Tick tock around the clock

At the door you’ll have to knock

Tick tock around the clock

Be brave to pick the lock


Another Liebster Award

I would love to thank liveoutcrazy for nominating me.

Here are the rules for this award:

Put the award logo on your blog. 

Acknowledge the blog who nominated you and display award.

Answer 11 questions the blogger gives you.

Give 11 random facts about yourself.

Nominate 11 blogs and notify them of the nomination.

Give them 11 questions to answer.

My Answers:

Which are your favourite series?

The Lord of The Rings, Harry Potter, The Ranger’s apprentice

By whom were you inspired to start the blog

No one

What is your biggest pet peeve

An ad that blocks me from what I’m  doing online

Your max number likes on a post


Your views about traveling

It’s a must

What is one weird thing about you

I can’t drive

Who is your favourite singer

Adele and Sami Yusuf

Do abusive words make language look powerful

No, rather the opposite 
The Nominees :

My Questions:

At what Time do you wake up

What’s your best dream you remember

How do you go to work

Do you eat take away or sitting

Ecological or not 

What’s your worst nightmare

When your socks have holes what do you do

Self service laudry or dry cleaners

When your hair are all messy what’s your best option

Pool or sea

What’s you best skill 

The nominees:


Mel Gutiér 


Laina eartharcher





Lost Soul





Another Liebster Award

Here are the rules for this award:

  1. Put the award logo on your blog. √
  2. Thank the person who nominated you and provides a link to their blog. √
  3. Write a 150 – 300-word post on your favorite blog that is not your own. Explain why you like the blog, provide links. √
  4. Answer your questions and provide 10 random facts about yourself.
  5. Nominate 5 – 11 people that you feel deserve the award, who have less than 200 followers.
  6. Ask your nominees questions.
  7. List the rules.

I would like to thank Plantsandbeyond for nominating me. Please visit her blog, she’s a great decorator and a florist.

My Answers:

my favourite blog?

It is hard for me to chose just one blog, there are so many I follow that I prefer the blog which has the best post posted.

What’s your favourite movie

The Hobbit

do you have any life Motto you follow

Don’t take anything for granted.

what would be your dream job if you can pick ?


10 random facts:

I speak a few languages

I hate cold weather

I always read fast (about 250 words/minute)

I love to draw 

I wish I could paint

I hate spicy hot food

Diet coke is my favourite drink

Lasagna and Couscous are my favourite food

By 1.5/2 years old I stopped using neppies

My first book was The Little prince
The nominees :


Mel Gutiér 



B. Aphorisms

Laina eartharcher





Lost Soul


My Questions:

What’s the weirdest thing about you

What’s your favourite breakfast 

How tall are you

If you were an Animal, what would you be.

What about #57

Today I will write a kind of review. So if you’re not interested in a book review, you may as well skip this post.

I’ve just finnished reading The Chronicles of Narnia, the seven books. To tell you the truth, I never wanted to read it or to see the Movies. But sometimes the curiosity is stronger than the reason. So I started reading about a two weeks ago, I very much liked the first book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, two children looking for some activity, founding themselves in a different universe with a bad witche and talking animals. 
The second book The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was lovely. Four children accessing Narnia through a wardrobe. But I was sad that they had to return to earth after being kings and queens for so long.
The third book The Horse and His Boy, Was about a boy escaping with a talking horse of Narnia. They’ve found a girl and another horse taking the same way to reach the country of their dreams. The boy ended by being a prince and the girl was adopted by the king.
The fourth book Prince Caspian , Was Awesome! Prince Caspian fleeing the bad guys and forming an army to restore the Narnia of Old. I was still sad that Peter and Sophie were going away forever and that Lucy and Edmond would come back alone one day.
The Fifth book The Magician’s Nephew, Was nice, Lucy, Edmond and their nephew Eustach found themselves absorbed by a painting to bring them in Narnia years later. Lots of adventures and fun on the way.
The sixth book The Silver Chair, was excellent, Eustach is back with a friend Jill to save the son of Prince Caspian decades later. 
The seventh book The Last Battle, unfortunately I didn’t like it at all. And this post was meant for this book actually. The thing is that all the books had a “saviour” which was a Lion called Aslan. And this Aslan was a magical lion that appeared and disappeared as he pleased. He had the power to hear the thoughts, to open gates, to speak to the nature, to make a river swell, to call people from Earth….. He was All powerful. But that’s not all, this Aslan was the son of a king from another land very far somewhere at the end of the world of Narnia. That means that his father; the king was even more powerful, but that’s not the problem ’cause it’s children story, and the main character is Aslan not his father. Now the problem is that this seventh book which is about the end of the world of Narnia, is what the bible predicts about the end of our Earthly world. I find this rather absurd that another world which has nothing to do with ours, have the same fate i.e the red sun and moon , the falling stars , the beast…. I’m not done yet. In all the other six books Aslan was merely a good fairy, appearing when he was really needed. But in this book Aslan is playing the role of God. The people/animals treat him as a creator. They worshiped him, which has never been mentioned in the other books. He personally ended the world of Narnia into nothingness while he opened a door to heaven. 

Maybe C.S Lewis (which was an Atheist who became Anglican thanks to J. R Tolkien and another friend) thought that a God is worth another. As Aslan said in one of the last pages (something along these lines): I accept those who worshipped Tash (a demon/ a malevolent God) with a good intention as if they worshipped me. While those who worshipped me with a bad intention, their worshipping was for Tash.

So to end this post, I’d like to say that The Chronicles of Narnia were lovely stories which were ruined by the last book, turning Aslan into a divinity.

I hope that you enjoyed this review and I would gladly hear your opinion on the Books if you’ve read them.