An Ephemeral Introduction

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Hey !
This is my first blog about me. Yes, I know that I have been blogging for a few days now but all at once I realized that there is no one knowing me. I haven’t introduced myself so far so I thought why not today.

You must have got my name by now but for the new ones’ , hi! I am Archita from a country where you’ll find people of diversified religion all together, India. I am a 22-year-old graduate planning for higher education. And in the meanwhile, I thought why not pursue my liking towards writing.

So here I am amidst you all to learn a lot more about it and I really appreciate that you’ve started helping me too ( thank you for the likes, comments, compliments and suggestions:) ). I look forward to seeing more of it.

Although, I love reading and learning about…

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FLUID OF THOUGHT SAYS: ‘ A GIFT OF TIME ‘

#AceFriendsNews – Featured Post:Jan.06: The most precious thing I have at the moment is time. I gave my mother a 24 hour time voucher for Christmas which she used on Sunday and yesterday ( Monday).

The choice was hers as to how she would use the time. She opted for a day trip to the Gold Coast. She relinquished her licence about 15 years ago which has taken away her freedom to travel.

Her time started on Sunday when I picked her up and took her out to lunch. We walked around the Redcliffe markets then went back to my place for pizza and a sleep-over. We were up early Monday morning and drove off to the GC for breakfast and a stroll around Surfers Paradise.

We went down to Coolangatta to walk in the surf and take some pictures.

Surfer Girl 2

Leaving Tweed Heads, we drove the scenic route home, stopping off along the way for lunch. We followed the tweed river from Tweed Heads through Bilambil, Tumbulgum to state route 40. We travelled through Murwillumbah to Chillingham, crossing back into Queensland and driving through the Numinbah Valley. Keeping on State Route 97 (Nerang Murwillumbah Road)  will bring you passed the Hinze Dam and onto the M1 via State route 90 at Nerang

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