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The Hoppings (2)

My photographs documenting ‘The Hoppings’, one of Europe’s largest traditional traveling fun fairs. This began in the late 19th century and has been held annually on the Town Moor, Newcastle Upon Tyne , UK.

Peony in Love

Lisa See’s novel Peony in Love is rather odd because about a quarter of the way into the story the protagonist dies. I wondered what was going on and how the story would continue and then I learned that most of the story is the story of a ghost, a hungry ghost. 440 more words


Going Back To the Old Time

Set Goals and Take Action. I am so happy because I made it. My VISITA IGLESIA 2014 in South Cebu Churches was successful!


Swedish Long Friday, English Good Friday

Today is Long Friday in Sweden, Good Friday in English-speaking countries. If you hold to the Christian belief, it’s the day Jesus was crucified on Golgata, outside of Jerusalem. 208 more words


Final 2014 Easter Bread Update

Italian Easter Bread is a Treat to be had!

Tonight the Mrs’ and I got together to try another batch of Easter Bread. I think she wanted to show me how it was done, but didn’t want to do all the work herself. 218 more words


Royal banquet

So my Dad was appointed as Head of Committee for this big royal event, and he’s been busy since February. The event is seeped with tradition, and yours truly has always been rather fascinated and excited by it. 75 more words

Perasaan Hati

Tradition: Baking with children

As mentioned previously I am part Italian that identity has shaped a large part of my personality and interests. It was important for my dad (a self-employed manual laborer) to come home to a prepared meal with his family at the table. 111 more words