I Spy A Ghost Looking At My Post

I spy a man greeting a hen,

I spy a fox hiding in a box,

I spy a goat sailing a boat,

I spy a frog sleeping on a log,

I spy an actor beaming at his contractor,

I spy a cat snoring on a mat,

I spy a star dancing from afar,

I spy the moon napping at noon,

I spy a cook selling a book,

I spy a whale sitting inside a pail,

I spy a hen writing with a pen,

I spy some cash under some trash,

I spy a word carved on a sword,

I spy a bunny scratching his tummy,

I spy a ghost looking at my post, 😉 🙂 😉

I spy_________________________.

Did you spy anything? Please let me know, Thank YOU and Happy Spying Sunday! 😉 😉 😉

When It Is Time To Bite The Bullet

Everyone has one’s own personal mission statement. Feelings, affections, respect, honesty, trust, and values can never be imposed . It is impossible for one to force water run up hills. You know your dreams, desires, and needs.

When you get into relation crisis, you shall know that there are always two parties involved.

A positive, promising, happy relation or friendship may last for a period of time only.

It is possible that you are enjoying what you have so much in a current relation, you think that everything is perfect, you start to cook up huge plans for future closeness in your head, but the other person begins to cool off by ignoring, complaining, even verbal abusing your words or doings. You believe that if you work hard, prove your own innocence, and tolerate all wrong doings from the other person, things will get better. But you find yourself getting ever more negative feedback. What shall you do?

You must bite the bullet, and let go.

I will use WORDS to show you how:




Step Back,

See it in the third party’s eyes,

Send out orders for yourself to follow,

Surmount obstacles,

Say goodbye,

Sail on,

Surpass surmises from environments


Seek novel friendships or partners again.




Pull out,


Put priority into perspective and practice,

Perform by picking up pieces,

Push for healing,

Pass the pensive page,

Partake the prizes,


Pleased to explore pleasure in people again.


Both #1 and #2 say the same thing, you must stay calm when it comes to end your relations with your friends, your coworkers, or your colleagues, especially it is the other party who decides to leave you for good. Stalking, emailing, or phoning in attempting to remain connected are not going to work. It only makes the other party feel worse about you.

Make no mistakes, friends. Let go, never ever compromise or cost your dignity.   Protect your dignity, keep it and you are the winner. 😉

Always walk with your head holding high and proud. Move on and explore your new happiness when it is time to bite the bullet.


Hello, friend, how are  YOU today?

This post is about letting go if the other party in your relationship or friendships has made a decision to leave you, (marriage cases are excluded here please).  Hope that you share your reflections with me.

Today, I want to ask you a bizarre but important question:

Before you comment on Jingle or other people’s blogs, Do YOU read “About Me” first? thank YOU for the time, 😉 😉 ;).

Mindful Math


The operation m * n is defined as: m * n= (m + 1)n

What is the value of  4 * 3 ?

A. 12

B. -125

C. 1

D. 27

E. 125


Hello, Everyone. How are you today? Do you mind doing some math for fun?

Please apply the number into the formula provided above on the right hand side of the equation to get the solution, * means operation, not refer to multiple or times in arithmetic or elementary math, choose a Letter with corresponding number to answer it.

Thank You in advance.

The Answer is E-125.


Poet Traveler:


Richard Wiseman Blog:


Let Compassion Be Your Compass


Day in, Day out,

You are bewildered about

What are the reasons

Or causes

That tragedy hits your places

And leave you with little choices.


Winter ends, Spring arrives,

You must accept the drives

For Changes

So that you discover hapiness.

As you are ready to face realities,

You will be installed with renewed energies.


Day in, Day out,

There shall be nothing to worry about.

Welcome season’s changes,

Overcome all the adversities,

Let compassion be your compass,

Which leads you to renaissance.


Whenever you suffer,

Bend and stretch your mind

like acrobats,

Pray and be kind,

Grow strength among those painful parts,

Doubts, calamity, and animosity will be gone like wind.


Hello, Everyone, How are you today?

Time flies, it is Thursday again, I wrote this poem in corresponding to Thursday Poets’ Rally week 3.

Let me know what you think of compassion in life by filling in the blank with one sentence, Thank YOU in advance.

Compassion is________________________________.

You can make a difference in lives of many people, I value Your participations dearly. 😉 🙂 😉

You Can Make A Difference

WORDS are written

As an expression,

WORDS are spoken

Via communication.

Some WORDS do wonders,

While other WORDS do damages.

Friendships grow

If your WORDS glow.

Choose WORDS wisely,

Utilize WORDS brightly.

Make everyday a holiday,

Let the WORDS you say

Lead the way

Take you to a heavenly bay… 😉 😉


Hello, how are you today?

Never, ever underestimate the power of yourself as a human being. You exist for a good reason, and you touch people’s lives through your WORDS in a way you may never recognize or believe you could.

Believe it or not, you are a shining star, you sparkle and twinkle beautifully above, your being alive blesses people with hope, warmth, and the reasons to go on.

You may feel lonely, bored, scared, confused, sick, wronged, or even desperate at times,  but you have managed to be where you are now, you are a winner, and you have showed others that, life can be tough or cruel at times, yet, everyone can win by staying alive and hoping for better.

You cherished your days because you have made efforts to care for others, you live with No regret because you give without thinking about receive, …you care, you understand, and you know you can make a difference in other people’s lives, you have pride in yourself and that’s what matters.


PS: While we admire and appreciate those who rushed to Haiti to rescue and help those troubled civilians after January 13, 2010 earthquake, we shall also appreciate those media reporters,  artists, and writers who employed their WORDS in literature to pass the news out and offer hope and resources to support the survivors. Everyone is special, everyone can make a difference in other people’s lives, that’s my point in this post.

Let me know What Is The Most Beautiful Word from your personal perspective!

Thank YOU! 😉 😉 🙂

When Hot And Cold Air Clashes (Hot Summer Haiku 1-10)


When hot and cold air clashes,

Thunders roll,

Lightening flashes.


The Sun

Has fun

Painting you tan. 😉


I wish I may,

I wish I might,

I wish for a pool to swim in tonight.


Like fire,

The sun bakes

While you hunger for snow-cakes.


A swimming pool

Is a tool

To stay cool.


A lightning bug is a firefly

Who winks at a butterfly

And teases at a dragonfly.


I eat a peach

Before I teach

At a beach.


The sky is blue,

The clouds are white,

The sun screams with burning sunlight.


When the day is hot,

Fish go hide under water

In the deepest spot.


Summer is tall

In comparison

with Spring and Fall.


Hello, How are you today?

I miss summer time when the day is icy cold and the road is bad for driving.

I share ten (10) hot summer Haiku with you today, hope that you enjoy it.

Let me know if you find your favorite one among the list above. Thank you and have a beautiful spring day. 😉 😉

Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 3 (Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2010)

How are you, Poets and Poetry Fans?

I wanted to thank YOU all for the participation in Thursday Poet’s Rally Week 2.

To be able to be eligible for week 3 participants, you must:

#1: Post a poem on Thursday, January 28, 2010 in YOUR OWN BLOG.

#2:  If you are a week 2 participant, make sure you have already commented on 12 fresh Blogs before you  become active on week 3. (Without fulfilling requirement of week 2, you can not request as a participant in week 3, I have to be fair to those who do working hard to send out encouragement and cool notes to other poets via commenting.)

#3: If you are not a week 1 or 2 participant, but you are a poet and want to join in, please feel free to join us by commenting on this post.

#4: I love comments, please feel free to comment and let me know what you think. I value your ideas very much. Thank YOU in advance.

No obligation to be come a member. You can join in any week by commenting.  Once confirm that you want to be IN, then you have to be serious, I trust your WORDS and wish you best of luck on blogging, writing and  reading. Cheers, ;)

Week 3 Participants:

William Manson:


Gerardine Baugh: http://gerardinebaugh.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/magnolia-buds/

Jamie: http://jaymiethorne.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/band-of-two/

Pat: http://pttyann.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/my-faith/



Rumblings of a Ghost:


Utopian Fragments:


Beth the Doubtfulpoet:


Inspiration Blogs:


You are never alone:

http://justmeshakirack.blogspot.com/2010/01/i-was-numbed.html (week 3 entry, 2nd poem)

waystationone by brian miller:


The Girl In Me:

http://nohaemile.wordpress.com/2010/01/26/your-morning-changes-my-morning/ (most updated poem)



Shiteki Na Usagi, Yousei Hime:

http://tasmith1122.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/my-first-read-write-poem-submission/ (first poem)



You Are Invincible: https://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2009/12/18/you-are-invincible/

Week 3 fresh poets to know and explore:

Poet Traveler:


Believe in yourself:




Read between minds:


As Captured through My eyes:


Keeping track of a wondering mind:


Free verse and happenstance:


Maryrestaino’s blog:


Flutterings of a cluttered mind: http://wafflesuncut.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/pleasing/

Purple’s Platitudes: http://purplesplatitudes.wordpress.com/2010/01/22/ambivalent/

Whizbangwoman’s blog from Julie:http://whizbangwoman.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/i-didnt-know-him-yet-i-do/

Journals of Unreal: http://enreal.wordpress.com/2010/01/03/uninspired/

The Beat Goes On: http://justdaphne.wordpress.com/2010/01/11/days-like-today/

Life 2010:http://chvoon.blogspot.com/2010/01/it-is-perfect-love.html

Ravenstoth blog;http://ravenstooth.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/a-new-road/

Ramblings of Ghost:


Inspirations of Grace:


Naming constellations:


Catapult to Mars:http://www.catapulttomars.blogspot.com/

KARELTJE en ikke:


Elephant small:


Mother Sparrow


the Bookgirl: http://kirstywoodford.wordpress.com/

Week 2 participants:



William Manson


My Walking Path


Littlepieces2009:  http://littlepieces2009.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/nostalgia/

58 INCHES, Jessie Carty: http://jessiecarty.com/2010/01/21/thursday-poem-share-16/



The CottageGirl:


Shiteki Na Usagi, Haiku Blog:

http://tasmith1122.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/my-first-read-write-poem-submission/ (first poem)

Bonjour Poetry: http://bonjourpoetry.com/2010/01/21/restroom/

You are never alone: http://justmeshakirack.blogspot.com/2010/01/ever-since.html (her first poem)

Let’s talk about anything: http://justmeshakirack1.blogspot.com/2010/01/never-done-anything-wild-in-your-life.html

The Girl In Me:


Pat: http://pttyann.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/poetry/ (her third poem)

A poem named “Jingle” by Pat:

http://pttyann-pttyann.blogspot.com/2010/01/jingle.html#comment-form (her 2nd poem)

JP Beaty: http://jpbeaty.blogspot.com/2010/01/my-poems-in-writing-poetry-there-will.html#comment-form(3rd poem)

Jamie Thorne: http://jaymiethorne.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/tear-to-cheek/ (Hurray,  Jamie has done her visits to 12 blogs today, ;) ;) )

Beth the Doubtfulpoet: http://doubtfulpoet.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/i-want-you/

Utopian Fragments: http://utopianfragments.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/thought-from-above-on-returning-home/

Moondustwriter’s blog: http://moondustwriter.com/2010/01/21/the-rain-in-my-soul/

Joyislife: http://awakenyourpotential.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/the-path/

waystationone: http://www.waystationone.com/2010/01/theme-thursday-bread.html

Jingle’s Poem for Thursday Poets Rally:



Please share your thoughts and let me know what you think by commenting on this post, thank You in advance.

Count From 1 to 10 Twenty Different Ways (6-10)

Counting from 1 to 10 is very important to children’  initial learning about mathematical concepts. Recall on Barney And Friends of PBS , they count from 1 to 10 with two numbers connected at a time.  I revised the WORDINGS and share the second five (5) different ways of doing it, enjoy!



1, 2, swim in a pool,

3, 4, relax on the shore,

5, 6, a baby kicks,

7, 8, hold his feet,

9, 10, vacation comes to an end.


1, 2, back to school,

3, 4, obey the law,

5, 6, solve some problems,

7, 8, never quit,

9, 10, it is fun to learn.


1, 2, sit on a stool,

3, 4, play with a see-saw,

5, 6, enjoy birthday cakes,

7, 8, find a nice classmate,

9, 10, high grades remain.


1, 2, peek-a-boo,

3, 4, open the door,

5, 6, attend some classes,

7, 8, have a good fate,

9, 10, credits regain.


1, 2, take a tool,

3, 4, find a saw,

5, 6, cut the glass,

7, 8, length, width, and height,

9, 10, things to mend.


Recently, I thought a lot about friendships, some come and go like wind, while some remain along the way, I have a renewed perception about Friendships. Now I share with you:












What is YOUR idea about F. R. I. E. N. D. S. H. I. .P.S. ? Please feel free to let me know by working out a similar acrostic!

You can repeat words that others used, thank YOU,  Happy Math Monday and Happy Blogging For Friendships! 😉 😉 🙂


You May Also like:

Count from 1 to 10, Do it once again:https://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/crack-a-window/

Count from 1 to 10 twenty different ways (1-5): https://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/01/11/count-from-1-to-10-twenty-different-ways-1-5/

Sunday Special

Friends on Photography:

Nicole: http://nicoleb.org/b2/index.php/nature/

Dick: http://www.dickberryphotography.com/


Moe: Whatever Works:


Friends who knit:

Beth, feel like knitting : http://watersedge.typepad.com/felt_like_knitting/

Lynn: http://www.iwasknittogetherinmymotherswomb.typepad.com/

Friends who draw cartoons:



Spiritual Friend Pat:



Friend who writes about nature:


Friends who do short stories:








Comments or links  from Friends that are special to Jingle:

#1: http://anlimarey.wordpress.com/2009/12/08/12082009/#respond

A post/response.

Comment by vodkabeforenoon — December 8, 2009 #

#2: Jingle,

I mention about your blog in mine. http://eaglebach.wordpress.com/2009/12/08/problem-of-the-fortnight-2/

Hope you can keep up with the Math-related topic.

Have a great week.

Comment by eaglebach — December 9, 2009 #

#3: As always I just love your writings!

my favorite quote or saying, I have no idea where I heard it either,
but it goes
“don’t take life too seriously, you’ll never get out alive”

it reminds me to lighten up and to try to see the positive in all I can.

btw, i gave you an award, it’s on my page, and if you don’t want to participate i understand, but I definitely know that you deserve it


Comment by lily — January 11, 2010 #

#4: congratulations Ji I have nominated YOU for a blog award, please visit this link to accept it.. well done friend… u deserve it..


Comment by william — January 11, 2010 #

#5: On January 14, 2010, Sunny In Seattle accepted my nomination for this award, see:
Sunny In Seattle: http://sunnyinseattle-cadh.blogspot.com/

#6: On January 16, 2010, Shakira accepted my nomination for this award, check it out at:

You are never alone: http://justmeshakirack.blogspot.com

and My Humble Blessings at:http://justmeshakira.wordpress.com/2010/01/16/jingle-awarded-me-the-kreative-blogger/#respond/

#7: On January 20, 2010, Pink Links and her three lovely children said thanks you for the award, check it out at her place:


#8: Thanks for mentioning me as a poet to explore. I’m honored. While this is a little buried… I linked back to you here.


Comment by michaeldavidjay — January 20, 2010 #

#9: Posted a new poem today. It is a stretch for me, but it was fun.


Comment by Yousei Hime — January 21, 2010 #

#10: A poem named “Jingle” by Pat:

http://pttyann-pttyann.blogspot.com/2010/01/jingle.html#comment-form (her 2nd poem)

#11:  William Manson


#12: My Walking Path


#13:  No entry for #13.

#14: Hey Jingle!

H = Hopeful
A = Awareness
P = Prayer
P = Peace
Y = Youthfulness

Have a happy week, month, year, and lifetime Jingle!
By the way, I just finished writing a [long] post in response to YOUR post today, about happiness; I’m posting it tomorrow though. I also tagged your blog page on it, so people could click on your name and see what I’m referring to. Anyways, I’m thinking about changing my theme–I have a little vote going on and I’d like to know what you think?

Rania Abuisnaineh

Comment by Rania Abuisnaineh — January 18, 2010 #


#15: Where are you, Roxie?  I could not find your link and there is no way to visit your blog, ;(

How aptly you are named.
You jingle, just as claimed.
Your comments are delightful.
Your rhyming is insightful.
Drop by my blog whenever – yes.
I appreciate your cleverness.

Comment by Roxie — January 7, 2010 #


Cute Roxie:

How Witty you are,
You tickle, unexpected,
Your WORDS are beautiful,
Your POEM is mindful,
YES, we can be friends
I wonder where you live,
please enter you link below to make this blogging relation survive!

Comment by jingle — January 7, 2010 #


#16: Part of comments from Jannie: http://www.janniefunster.com/2010/01/13/self-portrait-with-iphone-yesterday/#comments

I count my blessings,
for getting to know you,
and getting to know some
impressive blogging friends..
A smile melts all the doubts and
warm up all the bitterness ice.
i wish more and more people to be like you,
be positive,
be caring,
carry light-heart,
make HUGE differences in other people’s lives.
Sometimes, fight no more,
attack nobody,
simply enjoy what you have,
the world will be better place

even if natural disasters are cruel..
words touch,
thank you for using is wisely
and beautifully,
have a preachy afternoon.
jingle´s last blog ..Becoming Homeless

  • 45

On 14 January 2010 at 3:56 pm Tess The Bold Life said,

I hate schedules but love you so yes this will work for me. Glad you didn’t close comments on the photos. xo
Tess The Bold Life´s last blog ..Why I Love To Blog

  • 46

On 14 January 2010 at 5:12 pm Tammy said,

26 votes for a manual can opener?………well that is interesting. Jannie- I swear you sound more Southern than I do and I have been told I have a strong Southern accent. Sister I don’t believe you are Canadian. You can never make me believe it.

Oh, that Dr. degree? Well at the moment that is my dream. I say dream because I just don’t know if I have the smarts for all that (or the discipline). But that is very much in the back of my mind.
Tammy´s last blog ..Psychobunny needs a hobby

  • 47

On 14 January 2010 at 8:11 pm Kim Woodbridge said,

Very nice – taking a photo of yourself is a pain in the butt. And an iPhone … very nice …
Kim Woodbridge´s last blog ..Me in the 1980’s

  • 48

On 14 January 2010 at 9:15 pm Jannie said,

Hey, Sara! I think I actually will be posting more often than I have, since I seem to be averaging 2 posts a week now. I’m glad you have fun here, I always enjoy your visits, thanks. And I am hoping to give readers a little something to look forward to, to begin the weekend, and they start the work week.

Jingle! You always say the nicest words, thank you so much. You have a beautiful spirit that touches with happiness and light and it is my deep delight to have found you too. I especially loved what you said… “Simply enjoy what you have, the world will be better place.” In fact if you notice, I have put that up as my quote for the day! Lovely words, thanks.

Tess! I was thinking today how you are not only bold — but beautiful, inside and out. And I am grateful for your presence in my life and for all you share. I specifically remember your comment about me not closing comments on photo posts I was planning. I’m soo excited MWF, MWF!! I like those days for posting a lot! Love you too, Tess! A lot.

Tammy! Yais, ahh am frum the Sau-uth. Not! I bet your accent is as charming as all get-out! I have a friend who is so close to getting her PhD, but has been dragging her feet so she now has to pack a lot of work in to meet her deadline, it’s like anything, I guess, you have to be committed to it.

Kim! And there my iPhone photo was staring at your iPhone gravatar photo. I like my iPhone a SUPER lot. Got it about 6 weeks ago. LOVE it to bits!! Thanks for popping by — always great to see you.

  • 49

On 15 January 2010 at 12:51 am Davina said,

It’s always good to have a plan — even better when you break it. How are you doing with your butt lifts BTW?
Davina´s last blog ..The Ride of Your Life

  • 50

On 15 January 2010 at 3:37 am SnaggleTooth said,

seriously, HNT is Half-nekkid Thursdays – sometimes spelled with 2-”k”s Go ahead, google it-
I used to read “Mind Blowing Insanity” until I had to see pics of the girl in her lacy underwear n the guy comment parade that followed… Not very wholesome- Wouldn’t want kellykins to bump into that…
SnaggleTooth´s last blog ..Shaken not Stirred

  • 51

On 15 January 2010 at 4:47 am jingle said,

Morning, Jannie:
thank you for quoting my WORDS.

I feel lucky to have you with me.

enjoy yourself.
jingle´s last blog ..Becoming Homeless

  • 52

On 15 January 2010 at 6:56 am Jannie said,

Davina!! I am so sorry, I had missed responding to your comment up there. Please forgive? (I am inserting this n Friday, January 15th Texas Time. I shall endeavor to be more observant! Butt lifts?? haven’t done any in 3 days!! But your words inspire and remind me. I am due to bust it!!

Snaggle, I am laughing so hard that there is HNT!!! What a crazy, crazy world. As much as I joke about bra flinging and such I prefer my blogging fully clothed. My goodness, my goodness. What a world. And I know HNT is probably tame compared with what’s out there, but golly, not a cup of tea for moi.

Jingle! I thought what you said in your comment here yesterday was super-brill, and since I actually missed changing up the quote yesterday, yours will stay up until I post a new quote tomorrow. Cheers!!


·         Jannie

#17: http://jpbeaty.blogspot.com/2010/01/these-would-have-been-greatest-pirates.html

Saturday, January 23, 2010

These would have been the greatest pirates BUT they got seasick

Thanks to jingle https://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/ for the idea

Posted by THE BEATY at 6:25 PM

#18: Lynn:



On February 4, 2010, the day Jingle does Thursday Poets’ Really week 4, Beth thedoubtful poet, now the most beautiful poet wrote a poem personalized and mentioned Jingle, how special she is doing this, I feel humble, participants are the ones who do the beautiful job supporting this act…Beautiful poem, amazing Beth.

check out her link here: 😉 😉 😉


#20: Blogging and commenting feel like smiling at strangers, I have fun getting to know so many talented writers and poets, moondustwriter is one of those who are gifted in poetry, and he is very thoughtful in encouraging other poets, especially new poets.. I don’t have daily communication with him, but he is grogeous enought to write a lovely poem for Jingle on Febuary 4, 2010, Thursday.  how sweet he is: 10Q, 😉


#21:  wow, a new star is shining afar above us, he is a very talented post and he joined our Thursday Poets’ Rally week 4, he encouraged his followers to visit and participate our Rally, what a blessing to have such an incredible voice and energy on stock. ;).  Please visit:

Kseverny’s Blog: