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Sunday's Blessings

Did you hear the droplets fall from the mighty gum trees this morning, did you witness the liquid glistening as the Eastern Sun rose and made magical lights in the pine trees to put any Christmas tree to shame. 138 more words

The Land

Avoiding my Ancestors

Ancestor work is one of those things that’s been in the back of my mind for awhile now and by awhile I mean about seven months. 777 more words

Spirit Work

Greetings!

Hey y’all! Welcome to my modest little corner on the web! Let me just dig right in here. When I first decided to create this blog, I was a bit stuck on the direction that I was going to go. 395 more words

American

Bones

Who are my ancestors?

They who have fought and loved and died, a thousand, thousand bodies committed to the clay; the river, the crushing ocean floor. 220 more words

Day 7: Why I can't be in a bad mood on the sea

Day 7: I can’t lie, I woke up at 8.15 this morning a little bit crabby. I didn’t sleep well from after dinner until 1.30 am because it was rough. 774 more words

Travel

Memorial Day 2017...

Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War and a desire to honor our dead. It was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. 273 more words

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