1. The Train On The Tracks | The Jittery Goat
  2. Minor irritations | Chittle Chattle
  3. Daring Do | Geek Ergo Sum
  4. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | Under the Monkey Tree
  5. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | Diary of Dennis
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  7. El Hombre Viril: The Abridged Epic of Julio and the Sun God | Finale to an Entrance
  8. Saving an abused child | alienorajt
  9. An 8 month old called Lili | The Number FiftyTwo
  10. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | Basically Beyond Basic
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  12. Saved the Giddy Goat | Underneath her little mind
  13. Daring Do At Your Rescue | Kansa Muse
  14. When I Was Supermom | mycookinglifebypatty
  15. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss
  16. …is beautiful | peacefulblessedstar
  17. A Failed Rescue | Flowers and Breezes
  18. Daring Do | nanopod: hybrid studio
  19. Your Journey Is Your Own | The Nameless One
  20. Rescued | Life is great
  21. My Rescue! | Haiku By Ku
  22. DAILY PROMPT: PUTTING OUT THE FIRE | SERENDIPITY
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  24. Bold | Momma Said There’d Be Days Like This
  25. ted corbitt and i | fragments of life
  26. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | My Extraordinary Everyday Life
  27. Top O’ The World Ma (Daily Prompt: Daring Do – Bold) | PCH Traveler
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  29. BOLD | Active Army Wife
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  31. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | My Atheist Blog
  32. When I Found Her, She Was Not There…(wp daily prompt) | Daily Observations
  33. The Pistol | johnny ojanpera
  34. Daily Prompt: Daring Do | soulfoodwords
  35. Bold (how I saved my soul) | Stories from aside
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  37. Daily Prompt: Heroine | One Starving Activist
  38. Daily Prompt Challenge: I Dared To Help A Friend In Recovery Crisis | *Recovery Ramblins Blog Of ~ Author Catherine Lyon*
  39. Up, Up and Away! | meanderedwanderings
  40. My Role of Rescuer – To My Drama-Addicted Family
  41. derring-done | sarahscapes
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  43. TO SAVE THE WORLD | hastywords

10 thoughts on “Rescued

  1. livingonchi says:

    Being a journalist is a dangerous profession these days! I’m glad you’re still around to tell your stories. My brother saved a toddler from squashing himself in a revolving door, and when the parents turned around, they walked away without ever knowing their kid was just saved. I think a lot of life saving gets done in the blink of an eye, and no one but the rescuer ever knows it happened.

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    1. Olga Brajnović says:

      Now my life isn’t so dangerous anymore. You’re absolutely right about what you say of no one but the rescuer knowing what happened. Sometimes the rescued too if is an adult. But that’s enough. The majority of us are not born to be public heros.

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