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Inner Ramblings Boulevard:

Winding road of passions — music, spirituality, poetry, erotica and other thoughts.

Our Blog Content

If you’re new to our blog and haven’t had time to visit our ‘About Us’  or  ‘News’ pages,  here’s a quick overview  of what you’ll find while here:

Content from A@moylomenterprises (woman):
– #SingleParenting
– #Parenting
– Short stories with relevant music
– Spirituality
– Poetry
– Erotic poetry (very subtle/ PG)

Content from B@moylomenterprises (man):
– #Phone Conversations
– Lyrics
– Music
– Multiple Choice
– Short Stories
– Poetry
– Erotic Poetry (explicit/ mature content/disclaimer posted boldly)

Please note:
We are still in the process of adding the disclaimer to explicit content so please read cautiously over the next few days.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoy your visit here. Happy reading and/or blogging. Best wishes 🌷

Hugs,
A & B.


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Daydreaming…

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Image source: Google images

Images of her handsome love
Keep swirling round her head,
His face, his smile, his loving eyes,
Those quirky things he said.

The way he knows her inside out
It floors her everytime,
Yet he keeps finding interesting ways
To get inside her mind.

He makes her dig deep into her soul
Searching for her truth,
Her layers he unwraps delicately,
His magic touch is absolute.

She does’t know why she met him
One day time will reveal it all,
But until then she’s delighted to know
Into his arms she’d like to fall.


Contents written: July 29 2016 | Originally published: July 30 2016 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises


Wild Heart 


A song from Daughtry. 

Favourite food

For some reason I’m having many food cravings this weekend — chocolate, sushi, ice cream, chips n dip, tater tots, and on and on. Nope I’m not ‘pregers’ so erase that thought immediately, but all these are foods I haven’t eaten in ages. So indulge with me if you dare as I explore another post about food from one of our loyal followers, Roberta Pimentel. Enjoy! 🌷

August 28 2016

Roberta Pimentel

Food is necessary for our existence and also for the ability to perform. We simply cannot live without it as everyone know, but food is so much more at least for me. I love food and it is so nice to cook a lovely dinner with my boyfriend. It can be very romantic when we spend time together in the kitchen with some music and a glass of wine while we are cooking. 

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How do you multiply your happiness?

If you want to bring more happiness into your life, here’s a simple yet brilliant way to do so. See if you agree… Enjoy🌷

August 28 2016

Song Bird Songs

How can you multiply your happiness? Rejoice in the happiness of others, thrill to their achievements, feel enthralled by their new relationship, watch with joy as a smile lights up their face. Why stop at only your own happiness, partake of that of others and share yours with them. Make it multiply and multiply!

Envy and self-centeredness are the enemies of joy. Cast them away in the bin, set love in your heart and share in the joy!

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Why Is It So Hard 


A passionate and strong soul artist Charles Bradley. 

Sowing the Seeds of Love


Tears for Fears on a Sunday. 

Be present

As we navigate our fast-paced lives, we often lament that there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish all our tasks. But what we really need to do is schedule moments of rest into our lives — Small pockets of time to simply let the mind disengage — to be in the moment.

Spend two minutes looking out the window; take a five minute walk for fresh air; or take ten minutes for a timed power nap.

Of course, this message is for me also, as I know fully well I belong in ‘workaholics anonymous’, but we can all take baby steps, right?

The following post emphasizes the value of being in the moment. Have a read… Enjoy! 🌷

August 28 2016

Chape Personal Trainer

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Breaks My Heart 

(Poem for a friend that has cancer) 

It breaks my heart to see you in pain.

It breaks my heart to see you suffer.

You bring so much joy to so many. 

It breaks my heart because you are dear to me.

It breaks my heart because you are a shining light.

You bring so much happiness to so many.

It breaks my heart because you are loved.

Food on Friday # 42 California

I have a 4 yr old and she’s a picky eater. Needless to say, I’m always searching for new food ideas we can both try and hopefully love. I’ve even gone as far as to institute ‘Fun Food Weekend’ at my house, which means she has to try a new food when it’s the weekend. During the week she can stick to the things she likes (because quite frankly, I don’t have the time or energy to fight with her over food), but come weekends we experiment! So far my new strategy has been working well and she is putting up less of a fight. Yay!!!

I always enjoy reading Jack’s ‘Food on Friday’ posts, because I get many great ideas for new foods and I’m sure you’d love to get in on the action too. So that’s enough chatter from me, let’s jump into his selections for this week. Enjoy! 🌷

August 28 2016

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Don’t get me wrong, I like California, but sometimes the food there owes a lot to everywhere else.  So, for this week’s Food on Friday I’ve tried to come up with some dishes that I think would go down well with my friend, ‘the girl riding shotgun’ and especially dishes that aren’t so Mexican or Spanish in flavour.

No, that didn’t make much sense to me either.  But here are some great recipes from some great cooks.

First up this week, from we have this hoisin salmon with zucchini slaw from Tieghan Gerard at Half Baked Harvest.

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Hoisin Salmon With Zucchini Slaw

Also from Tieghan there’s this great looking heirloom tomato and zucchini galette with honey and thyme.

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Heirloom Tomato Galette With Honey & Thyme

Heather Christo makes the very best looking salads of all, and this grilled chicken, beet and cherry salad with honey balsamic dressing is no…

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