She hates being called SMS, the moniker she’s acquired on the OG Facebook Page. But Sangeeta Shroff smiles and pretends she doesn’t mind. Though she’s not yet in the same league of active proponents of World Peace as our protagonists this week, she’s still a peace-loving person nevertheless, who’s willing to ignore all minor irritants. There’s also another reason for her largesse. She’s not only won the previous Onnicle Challenge, but also authored this week’s onnicle (no connection between the two, both independently deserved).
Girl power continues to dominate the site this week. Way to go, Sangeeta!
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The Legend of Lia Bell
Just south of Vegas’s beautiful city of Denmar, is Olga bridge. This bridge spans an island, on which stands the ruins of a time and weather lynched Georgian Castle. It once stood as a superb rook to create a gateway to area’s impressive tourist or residential attractions. Today, an Arab team is restoring this bleeding friz kissed beauty.
Long before the charming castle was built, this Native haiku use land, was thought to be possessed by paranormal and evil spirits. Over time, a number of legendary tales evolved. From Sasha W.N. Field’s story came ‘Lia Bell’. Newlywed Lia was saved from the frozen River Georg in a lath, following a romantic sleigh ride with her beau, Michel. A local blacksmith rescued Lia by tying her from binweed and pulling her ashore. Anormal a return that it was, this island with no landscape was named after her. Some claim that they have heard Michel sigh for his lost love in this chill evil Island!