Ukrainian by birth, Lebanese by force, a daydreaming dweller, a relentless writer, an eloquent speaker of five languages, an annoying perfectionist, a retired pianist, an occasional background actress, a frequent model, a healthy and positive lifestyle leader, an aspiring world-traveler, a collector of precious moments, and a passionate human. Sharing motivational and humorous posts targeted at fellow writers and creative people out there. 

I may tend to bite off more than I can chew. Follow my journey of digesting life.

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  1. Hi Margaux

    thanks for liking our piece on Julian Assange and ghostwriting on Gert Loveday- Fun With Books. It’s great fun to connect with lively blogs like this one, and we’ll be back.

  2. Heya, I saw you checked out my story “Cathar and Lightning”; I’m a little embarrassed, but I’d love to know what you think of it! ๐Ÿ˜€

    It’s not quite finished yet, as I started it as a creative project for a class, but I would certainly appreciate any comments or critiques.

  3. Hi Margaret. I came across your blog after you liked a guest post on one of mine today. I like what I find here, and will be back. Congratulations on your success! It is gratifying and refreshing to find a person of talent amidst the gushing torrent that is the blogosphere.

  4. Hi Margaux, Thanks for liking my post! I love your photo. It looks like a picture of Heaven! I think I’m going to enjoy following your blog.

  5. Thank you for Liking my posts, Margaret. You are a talented woman. My your gifts be used in bringing the Kingdom into this sad, wrong, and mixed up world.

  6. Thank you for visiting my blog, Bill’s Meanderings. You have a very interesting blog and I believe I’ll be returning to read more.

  7. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking Embrace. I find some of your stories interesting. Congratulations on getting published.

  8. Scrolling down your page, I realised there are so many things I have no clue about. Things that are important, and should be known to us as part of growing up.

    My closest friend is from your home country, and there are reasons to believe that I like her so much. Things have been rather turbulent back there right? I hope things get better…

    It is fascinating to know that you know 5 languages. I am trying to learn a few myself. So far 5 as well ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    Pleasure to have come around your space Margaret.

  9. I’m glad that you liked my post “Focus on the important stuff.” I am envious that you speak so many languages. I’ve never had a knack for them. By the way, I love the picture at the top of your blog.

    1. Haha! I apologize for the confusion. I finally decided to go with my pen name instead of the name my friends call me by. All is well, thank you. Hope you’ve been well, too. Cheers! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Margaux, you are a beautiful lady, also to add to your profile. @billgncs; when I was a little boy a long time ago, my librarian told me, “There is no such thing as a dumb question. How else are we to learn what others know and we don’t?”

    1. Hello Belle, there’s no particular theme, but if you can add something inspiring to your post it would be great. Visit my About Me page for details. Looking forward to your post. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. It depends on whom I’m dreaming of. When I dream about my family, I dream in Russian. When I dream about my friends, it’s in Arabic. Otherwise, it’s in English. You’re welcome ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. dumb question – I actually believe in dumb questions, but there’s not so many polyglots about so here goes:

        Do you find that some things can not be expressed in one language vs another? And would you say that this implies that there are truths inherent in the language, or that truths are concepts defined within the culture. – thanks

        1. It’s not a dumb question at all! I do believe that there are things that are better, or solely, expressed in one language over the other. And I do think that it says a lot about the culture and the people.

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