Daily Archives: May 6, 2018

The story of the Butcher Lane Dining Rooms – Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: It is my confident assertion that one cannot create great art in squalid conditions. If you want to inspire someone to excel themselves and produce marvels, you have to pamper them. Pour them fine wine, feed … Continue reading

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Charles Yallowitz is Lucinda E. Clarke’s guest… with an excerpt of his new book!

Reblogged from Lucinda E. Clarke: My guest this week is a name that often pops up on my social media as he’s very ‘into’ marketing and very successful at it too.  Charles has a new book out and we have … Continue reading

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Ascent – Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Ascent Journeying up Rising, flying, soaring Pushing oneself, achieving goals Uplift Ritu 2018 Reblogged from But I Smile Anyway

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Kayaking Sights – Ken Gierke

Reblogged from rivrvlogr: Back in March 2017, I posted a blog (with a video) about kayaking monthly, explaining how I make the videos to post on Facebook as a way to stay connected to my family in Ohio and Western … Continue reading

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Ascent – pensitivity #writephoto

Her laughter was infectious as it echoed up the staircase. Her slippered feet danced across the balcony, pausing seconds for her to peer over the edge to see if I was following. I always did. Always chasing but never catching … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes…

It is an odd thing to put on a workshop where ritual and drama are mixed. Odd, but old… theatre has its roots in the sacred drama of ancient times. Even the rituals of the Church have a theatrical element, … Continue reading

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Heart ‘n’ Soul… Stuart France

* “The woodcutter hasn’t the heart to abandon his kids in the wood. His wife has a heart of stone and resolves to do it herself. The kids are left in the heart of the wood when they follow the … Continue reading

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Blue #midnighthaiku

Transient transcendence Ephemeral perfection Takes my breath away

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