Category Archives: Reblogs

Trail talk: Southern Upland Way: Part one- Portpatrick to the Glenkens — Three Points of the Compass

Fat bit? How very rude! We’re just well padded! Surprisingly rain free wander through my old stomping ground (might even see my old house in part 2 if we’re lucky – can almost see it in the first picture!) Enjoy … Continue reading

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A Quick Way to Ensure You are Well-Represented

After the horror show of having to deal with my mother’s affairs without having Power of Attorney in place, the wife and I are going through this process just now. Although Kay’s free download is geared towards the American system, … Continue reading

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Who says you can’t?

Sometimes, we all need reminding that the only one holding us back is ourselves…

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Listening to the stones

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Originally posted on pondering the past:
It is an old friend, the stone. A friend to whom I infrequently pay my respects. This year, sand martins are flitting, wheeling and turning overhead as I make my short respectful pilgrimage. Admiring…

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The Elderly Fox

Originally posted on Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!:
The sun was high. Warmth spiked the air with fragrance. Colours weaved, natural ribbons beneath a cloudless blue sky. Shaken, I was, and saddened, but also beginning to un-bow from the hoop…

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The Figure of the Witch-Queen in Northern Mythology

Originally posted on Feral Words:
   “At length, when night was setting in, they saw a deep and unknown glen of joyless aspect before them; they descended into it, to avoid the bleak winds of the summits, and had proposed…

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Waiting to be noticed

If the stars shone but once in a lifetime, the entire world would be out gawking in wonder. It seems none the less wonder that they should shine every night, in their alloted place, yet the world fails to notice…

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Dance of Life

Beautiful photo essay on the four elements from Seonaid at breathofgreenair. Enjoy! ~~~~ All around and within us each day, the dance of life continues in its eternal movement and exchange. Life itself is movement and exchange, and from the … Continue reading

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The Last Temple of the Celts

Originally posted on Feral Words:
The Druids Bringing in the Mistletoe, by Edward Atkinson Hornel & George Henry The west of Europe used to be full of Celtic temples. In every settlement, every holy grove, every mountain top and ring…

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Magic Is All Around

Can’t tell you how perfect this piece by the good Dr Vasey is in explaining the deeper working of the shaman. The four examples of magic that he gives, is pretty much the manual for every successful healing ritual, exorcism, … Continue reading

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