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Dublin- First Impressions

by Rhea H. Boyden

Wow! It has been nearly 2 months since my last blog post which is a little scary. I hate taking a break and being away from it for so long. 1,080 more words


Exhibiting this Month

I am exhibiting in a number of places this month, Kingston Art group Gallery in the group show in Humber st.,  ‘Hull In Paint’ with Hull Civic Society and the Ten by Four exhibition in Pave about to start next week. 429 more words


Meán Fómhair: Fall Equinox

A tree of apples — great its bounty!
Like a hostel, vast!
A pretty bush, thick as a fist, of tiny hazelnuts
A green mass of branches.

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Daily Spell

What colors?

Today’s Daily Prompt is all about autumn. It’s all about changing colors, dropping temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes. The prompt asks whether fall fills your heart with warmth or with dread. 333 more words


Mabon and the Autumnial Equinox

According to the old Celtic Calendar, Mabon was the second harvest following Lughnasa. It is a harvest festival and a time to honor the trees. All around us we can see signs of autumn as the trees begin to change color, which is another way of reminding use of their importance and magickal significance. 393 more words


[ARC] Cosmocopia by Paul Di Filippo

Cosmocopia è il primo romanzo che leggo di Di Filippo, e non è certo uno stimolo per leggerne altri.

Frank Lazorg, pittore ormai invecchiato e limitato da problemi fisici, riceve da una vecchia e non precisata conoscenza una polvere ottenuta da scarabei magici (utilizzabile come pigmento ma anche come droga, come ci mostra subito il dissennato pittore). 549 more words

& Science Fiction

#TieBlog #Ki-Tavo

Parashat Ki-Tavo opens with the passage describing the Bikkurim/First fruits offering. The Talmud describes this offering as the centerpiece of Shavuot, the second of the major festivals. 121 more words