Wednesday Wisdom: Wrap-up Time | WordlessWednesday

Wednesday Wisdom: Wrap-up Time | WordlessWednesday

“When itโ€™s over, I want to say: all my life

I was a bride married to amazement

I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms.”

~ Mary Oliver



Going forward, I have chosen to turn #WordlessWednesday into a #WednesdayWisdom blog hop.

Last year in August, Esha and I successfully completed 2-1/2 years hosting #WW that started on 14 March, 2018. As Esha chose to explore new horizons, I took the journey forward and renamed the blog hop, #WednesdayWisdom, as well. (some of you would have noticed.)

In all fairness to the #wordless concept (enough of breaking rules!) ๐Ÿ™‚ it makes sense to turn authentically to Wednesday Wisdom, as that’s what most of my posts are about. Wisdom from nature, from people I meet, travel, life, books; etcetera, etcetera. 

For all Those Wishing to Join in:

You could just add a quote of wisdom if you please, or share your wisdom journey on this blog hop, with pictures of course. And if you don’t feel like getting preachy post a wise crack. ;-). 

I’m not too tight with the rules, so all #WordlessWednesday / picture posts welcome, if you are called to. 

Wednesday Wisdom will go live from November 2021: Second and Fourth Wednesdays.

I’ll continue my best to link up with my #WordlessWednesday friends.  (And get #wordless on some days, who knows)!

I have made many wonderful connections while hosting this blog hop, and I treasure each one of your support and love. Your comments, likes and wonderful words; even when I am not around, and have not been able to visit you back; have been the wind beneath the wings for Natasha Musing.

I also thank those of you who silently stopped by, without a word; yet left an imprint.

Over to my last #WordlessWednesday post now. 


Ganesha - Ganesh Chaturthi
The blessings of Lord Ganesha, on our recent Ganesh Chaturthi (festival) in the condo.


Jasmines - creeper
Rain and it’s after-effects. The fragrant Jasmines/Mogras.


Sweet Patato
Can you guess which tuber (root vegetable) this is? The leaves are edible too, and very delicious.



Meditating - Indus Zanskar
The stunning confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers, Nimmu valley, Ladakh.
Zanksar empties itself in Pakistan’s Arabian sea.
“All rivers have different paths, yet flow into the same sea.
Can we learn a lesson from thee?”


Good byes aren't fun, but when they pave way for new journeys they align with life. Click To Tweet


Shine your light.







Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host #WW

Betty, Steve, Sue NC,  Zina, SandeeCathyTina, Brian,  Keith and Xmas Dolly

Also linking up with Trent  for his weekly Smiles



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30 thoughts on “Wednesday Wisdom: Wrap-up Time | WordlessWednesday

  1. Natasha,

    I came by earlier this morning as you can see as I linked up but it dawn on me while I was in the shower that I forgot to leave a comment. *roll eyes* Sometimes at the start of my blogging day, I get going too fast and this sort of thing happens. I also have to admit that I’m just now realizing that you’re now putting more emphasis a wisdom quotes for your mid-week theme. Well…I’m failing miserably here, my friend. Perhaps next go around I’ll be wiser to get my act together. ๐Ÿ™‚ I will leave you with a quote by Nelson Mandela, “I never lose. I only win or learn.” That really good and something we should take to heart especially when there’s a lesson to be learned in our experiences. Have a great evening/morning, my dear! Hugs!!

    1. What a lovely quote. And I;m so glad you came back, Cathy. I hear you on that on the blogging days slip. Thank god I’m not alone. lol!

      Don’t worry about the wisdom quotes much, keep sharing your wise songs. I love them and the stories too. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Have a delicious new day. Hugs.

    1. Ha! Ha! Little Binky and Gran. ๐Ÿ™‚ We do have Rucola, but no this isn’t rucola.

      I’ll let the guessing game go on for another day and share tomorrow. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Always a delight to have you stop by. Hope things are better now in your neck of woods after the typhoon/storm.

      Lots of pawsome kisses and hugs. xoxox

    1. I’m so glad dear Suzana, you have taken over from Zina.

      Yes, may we continue to see beauty in everything; even what doesn’t apparently seem so. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Love, light and laughter too my friend. Have a good week. <3

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