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Sunday Morning -- Victoriana of the Week

At first glance, you probably wouldn’t guess that the painter of “Bluebells” was Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, since much of his best-known work consists of paintings showing scenes from classical antiquity.   348 more words


"Once in a granite hill. . ."

Here’s a happy poem from Amy Carmichael.  It reminds me of creation, Sabbath rest, children, and what it takes to survive in a sometimes desolate landscape.  281 more words

Spiritual Formation

The Deer Hunter

Well, it took six nights but in the end we did get results from the trail camera.

I have lots of beautiful animals to show you tonight. 485 more words

Tramp's Bestiary

Winter Sprouts

Bluebell and daffodil leaves are sprouting all over my garden.  Signs indicate that spring can not be far away, no matter what page the calender is on.  149 more words

A Secret Place

I had gone outside just for a short while to take in the fresh air, to feel the sun and the breeze and watch the clouds move lazily over the fields. 1,458 more words


Go faster native wildflower bulbs

Growing native spring plants such as Bluebell, Snowdrop , Wood Anemone etc from bulbs or seed can be a very hit and miss affair. So this year I have decided to buy native bulbs and rhizomes “in the green” i.e. 27 more words

Wildlife Gardening