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Ani’s Advent 2019! Sometimes it’s not all tinsel … and a letter from Maggie

Dear Santa, My two-legs doesn’t seem all that happy at the moment. I know she’s worrying about stuff, ’cause she hasn’t even dug out the Christmas tree yet. And there isn’t even a hint of a turkey… She doesn’t even … Continue reading

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Longing for home ~ Running Elk

Reblogged from Shamanic Paths: It’s odd how it catches you, sometimes, off guard. The picture on the right is an image I’ve often tried to capture, usually without success, so when it popped up on a social media group I’m … Continue reading

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Facing Fear With The Silent Eye, Part 2 – Pestilence ~ Helen Jones

Helen Jones continues her account of the recent weekend in Derbyshire… I recently attended a workshop, with The Silent Eye, about Facing Our Fears, an extraordinary weekend spent among the hills and grey stone villages of the Peak District. It’s … Continue reading

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Sneaking in at the back… Bison’s Year ~ Running Elk

Reblogged from Shamanic Paths: It feels as though my last (real) post was way back on May Day of 2018. Everything since doesn’t really count: a rant, a dream, a reblog, a rant, and an accidentally forgotten post, scheduled for … Continue reading

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Elusive realities and strange encounters: Will you share your story..?

This post also exists as a ‘page’ in the menu, but as so many people now read on devices where the menu headings are not immediately visible, I thought it might be an idea to share it again here… there … Continue reading

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Constitutional ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“He never would’ve been out there without his hat.” Elizabeth shook her head in suppressed exasperation. Of course her mother would find fault. The older woman perched on the edge of the folding chair that Elizabeth and the fresh-faced health-carer … Continue reading

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Grandad’s Ghost ~ Michael #writephoto

There had to be a reason for the doors being left open. There was always a reason. The question was who left them open? This situation had been going on for some time and my Grandmother seemed to take it … Continue reading

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A surreal Sunday… Life, death and beauty

You could see, just from Nick’s posture, that something was very wrong. As I walked towards the garden from the street where I had left the car, there was just something in the bleak way he was holding himself, looking … Continue reading

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Small change…

I had been called to my younger son’s home on a matter of vital importance… almost a mission of mercy; I had to teach him the innermost secrets of baking my lemon meringue pie. It had been too long since … Continue reading

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Guest author: Laleh Chini ~ Keep dreaming

I always loved writing and being an author was a dream. When I was a little girl and grew up with a very hard life witnessing my dearest ones being in such painful life, made me dream of being a … Continue reading

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