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Solstice of the Moon: Where Paths Converge…

It had been a wonderful day, in spite of the long drive, with the delight of the sparrows on Holy Island and the magnificent stone circle at Duddo as its highlights. By the time we reached the outskirts of Edinburgh, … Continue reading

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Circles Beyond Time ~ Worlds Without Borders

We left Arbor Low and headed back to the village of Monyash and the pub for lunch. Once again, we seemed to have seen and done far more than should be possible in such a short time, slipping across the … Continue reading

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For My Friend ~ Helen Glynn Jones

‘When you part from your friend, you grieve not; for that which you love most in him will be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain.’ Ah, good old Kahlil Gibran, always … Continue reading

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A Magical Token of Friendship ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

They say; You have to believe it to see the magic. Twelve-year-old Elsie believed with all her heart. Every time she got the chance, she’d run through her back garden and into the ancient oak woods beyond. She’d make her … Continue reading

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Island We loved ~ Balroop Singh #writephoto

Each morning we would rush out To swim to the ‘Angel Island’ Inhabited by colorful fairies We wanted to live that belief. Ah! The magic of moments… Enamored by the beauty around us We made it our second home Summer … Continue reading

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#AuthorChat Q & A With D.G. Kaye, Featuring Claire Fullerton and Little Tea

Reblogged from D. G. Kaye: Welcome to the second of my June interviews at my #AuthorChat – Q & A with D.G. Kaye. Today I’m excited to be featuring author Claire Fullerton with her new release, Little Tea.  Claire writes … Continue reading

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Do you care? #CarersWeek

I wandered through into the kitchen, snuggled in my dressing gown, to boil my own kettle for my second coffee of the day… an unaccustomed luxury. I am usually at work by that time, dragged reluctantly from sleep by the … Continue reading

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Respect

A few years ago, I visited the little church of St Martin in  Bladon, close to Blenheim Palace, where, on November 30th 1874, a child had been born whose name would go down in history. I had come to pay … Continue reading

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As One ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

It would be a long day of hiking to get to where she was going, but that only meant she’d have all those hours to herself. Time to cherish. Laura rarely had alone time now that she was taking care … Continue reading

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The Way It Used To Be ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

There were hollows underneath the old ruins. They could be reached through the small shadowy glen that indented the hill where the remains of the stone structure stood. Da had said that the underground spaces had likely been storerooms, but … Continue reading

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