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Strong and Rare and Irish.


That’s how Shay Doyle likes her whiskey. And men. As Healer to a clan of immortal Celtic warriors living in modern-day Colorado, she has been gifted with such a man: Bannerman “Bann” Boru. 203 more words


Origin: Celtic, Welsh, French

Meaning: Old French form of Drustan, a diminutive of Drust which means “riot” or “tumult”; also associated with Latin tristis meaning sad… 14 more words

Beauty and history merge at Gower

Everyone has a favourite destination that tops all others.

The attraction is usually predictable:

  • the glamour and romance of Paris, Isle of Capri, South of France, Spain and Amalfi Coast.
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Meanwhile in Somiedo, Asturias, Spain.

Well the big melt is on after an exceptionally heavy, late winter of snow in Somiedo and the streams and rivers are roaring with fresh water. 186 more words


To Love the Fire (9, October, 2010)

Flame licked lips breathe fires of harvest
How blessed and sweet its honesty
And your skin like ashen October bonfires
Wise and strong, vulnerable within, heat rising… 79 more words

Poetry Archives 2010

Song of the Sea

Beautifully hand drawn with an art style concerned more with expressionism than realism, Song of the Sea defies many of the trends prevailing in animation today. 514 more words


"Once upon a time..." or something like that

Today when one of my lecturer’s power points malfunctioned, he said, in jest, “must have been the fairies.” It was appropriate for the topic, as we were about to start our first lecture on folklore in Celtic Mythology, Folklore and Religion (the first 6 weeks were focused on mythology), but it launched us into our discussion on folklore, what is its at a very basic level, and why should we care about it. 502 more words