Monday, January 26, 2009

“Moving fast is not the same as going somewhere.”

Friends, it's been a while since I am planning to move to wordpress and time didn't permit or something or the other came up all the time.

This weekend I could do some moving with my friends help and so please welcome to my new home at http://fizadawn.com .... :)

I will look forward to see you there

“Love one another, but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls” ~ Khalil Jibran



13 comments:

Priya said...

Why the change Dawn???

Tarun Goel said...

I'll follow you. Although there can be problem as my company has blocked all the personal pages but stll i'll try

krystyna said...

Hi Dawn,
Your new Home is SPLENDID!
Congratulations!!!
Great job!

Dawn....सेहर said...

Priya: Dear...I wanted to have one in my domain...work and other things kept on moving it away from happening :) I wish that you will come to my new home :)
Cheers n Hugz

Tarun Goel: No Tarun you can't leave me in half way :)...you have to come for sure!!! by hook or crook :D
please do make it.
Thanks
Cheers

krstyna: Thank you dear and I am looking forward for your prayers and blessings there :)
Hugz n Cheers

Suresh Kumar said...

See you over there and read the concluding part...

Keshi said...

very true...speed and destination hv no direct connection :)

will check out the new space soon.

*HUGZ* sis!

Keshi.

starry nights said...

Will have to check out your new space also.have a safe move.

Gumnaaaam said...

kabhii dekh to sar-e-rah guzar ... ke tarapate kitane hain raah par!

Way to go fiza ji! happy moving

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Michelle said...

I loved'The Prophet'

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Tanvi said...

Congrats on your new home. See you there :)

Tanvi said...

Congrats on your new home. See you there :)

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