…… As I cordially invite you into the branches of the soul that intertwine as the Cerebral veins, that give life to what is presumed as our thinking and feeling, the garden of elegance, the beautiful mind, brain, the sensory perceptions, that give and receive with our loving heart.….. Shazia. A reflection from the novelContinue reading “THE ELEGANCE OF PEMBERLEY.”


On June 27th 2022 it is the national recognition of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is a complex mental / brain health injury and illness that is a mental health condition, triggered especially with the memory of traumatic events. The wounds from this condition often begin as invisible, hence the severity of PTSD can alsoContinue reading “PTSD AWARENESS DAY.”


On April 2nd, 2022 the Neurodevelopment disorder of Autism is recognized. On this day I would like to share with the existence and recognition of this condition, and wish all the very best of physical, emotional, health and healing, to all who are diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and those who take careContinue reading “WORLD AUTISM DAY.”

Pi Day.

Please enjoy our Pie that I baked especially for Pi 𝛑.day and to celebrate the passing of Senator Rubio’s (R-FL) legislation entitled as: S. 623: The SunShine Protection Act.


My thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives, Phoenix Police, colleagues, the neighbourhood and all who are affected with the Phoenix Police ambush that took place on the 11th of February 2022. The incident occurred near 51st Avenue and Broadway, where 9 officers were reported as hurt and 1 woman who passedContinue reading “PHOENIX AMBUSH”


It is always a beautiful feeling of the first fresh snow, as it covers with soft, fluffy, gentle layers, to create pictures, views and scenes. I appreciated seeing the images of the first snow of winter 2022 from Washington DC., USA. They are lovely and beautiful. And of course with the weather emergencies and alerts,Continue reading “WINTER WONDER!”


This writing is a reflection of my previous blog post entitled: Is It Real? To connect with the human response to grief and to peer a step forward with the resettling of Afghan Evacuees as a mechanism to carry the hopes and desires of the U.S. service members whose lives were risen from the Kabul terror attack.