Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

A Spine-chilling Wander in Chillingham Castle ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: Nestling deep in the heart of rural Northumberland, Chillingham Castle is a little bit special in many ways. I discovered this uniquely wonderful seat of pure English eccentricity a couple of years ago when we were … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Stone of the Maiden

Once upon a time… twelve or thirteen hundred years ago… there lived a fair maiden. She was, it is told, the daughter of the Laird of Balquhain. She was betrothed and very soon to be married. On the eve of … Continue reading

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Mister Fox and The Green Man…

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October Book Reviews from D. Wallace Peach

Diana Wallace Peach shares two posts, each packed with reviews of the books from her 60-book Autumn Reading Challenge. In her first post, amongst others, she reviews Marcia Meara’s A Boy Named Rabbit, and The Last Pilgrim by Noelle Granger. … Continue reading

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Out of control..? #cancer

“’Roid rage?” my son had asked. I had not been in the best of moods, and the steroids did have something to do with the general edginess that morning… although I am inclined, myself, to just lay the blame squarely … Continue reading

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Playful #midnighthaiku

Playful waters danced Laughter filled the afternoon Wistful seasons past *

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