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Welcome To Pebble Beach

Wherein the glorious Celtic hero Oisin, having eloped to the land of eternal youth with Niamh the Unbelievable, briefly returns home in order to retrieve his favourite toothbrush, whereupon he finds that all is changed, changed utterly … 1,088 more words

Mermaids reposted

I have no idea why the first picture in my last post is so blurry on my computer. It’s completely normal when I look at my phone. 11 more words



In Celtic myth, water was the way to the Otherworld . . .

We need only think of the Lady of the Lake, or the many offerings found in the Thames . 67 more words


Thin Places | Children's Poetry

Thin Places is a poetry book written by Lesley Choyce—it has one single narrative running through in free verse. The story follows Declan Lynch who is young, lives in North America, and is a little unusual. 458 more words


Why Do Cats Have Nine Lives?

Cats are said to have nine lives, an idiom used to describe someone that has cheated death, and common enough English that it was referenced in Shakespeare’s… 580 more words