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Vegan meals

Very year, as a personal developmental choice, I go vegan for 3 months.

Here are some recipes I’ve tried over the past couple weeks:

Breakfast… 82 more words

Thoughts, And Feelings

Plant Based Recipe of the Week - Week 4 - Aditi's lentil daal and BONUS Vegetable Pakora!

I hope you enjoyed your December festivities, have dodged the January germs and are ready for more new, fresh food ideas now Imbolc, the first day of Spring is here. 771 more words

My World

A pagan Valentine’s

Happy Valentine’s Day!

I really like the fact that today offers us a moment in our busy lives to take a moment to show our families that we love each other. 335 more words

A Doggy Party

                          photo: Sarah Fuhro

Each new Moon offers a fresh start, as does each new breath! But there is something doggedly universal about dragging our old stuff around with us, and holding our breath when we are stressed. 733 more words


Hello Again

Apologies for the enforced absence; we had computer problems as the router slowly died of old age and we decided to change providers and get a new router for free. 181 more words

Quercus Robur

Sowing seeds

The second of February was the Pagan festival of Imbolc, that marks the start of spring.  I like to celebrate Imbolc by sowing some seeds.  Even though the weather may still be wintery, the sight of trays and pots in the conservatory, along with the lengthening days and the appearance of the first bulbs and flowers, is tangible evidence of the season to come. 464 more words


Wildlife in Cemeteries No 8 - the dark side of the Snowdrop

Imagine yourself in a gloomy medieval church on the festival of Candlemass. You, and your fellow parishioners, have each brought your candles to be blessed by the priest and, after the procession which will fill the church with light, they will all be placed in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary.   833 more words

Cemetery Wildlife