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Lark Rising-A Tribute To Flora Thompson

‘The hamlet stood on a gentle rise in the flat, wheat-growing north-east corner of Oxfordshire. We will call it Lark Rise because of the great number of skylarks which made the surrounding fields their springboard and nested on the bare earth between the rows of green corn.’ 1,410 more words

Photography & Music

Getting my Period Drama Fix

Hey Everyone!

Since I got a new external hard drive for my computer, since it does not have an internal one, and my last one wore out a few months ago, I have now been back to binge watching some period dramas. 205 more words

Life Lessons

Lark Rise to Candleford: Food for the Soul

I invite you to enjoy this guest post by my dear friend and college roommate, Wendy Robinson of Virginia:

Lark Rise to Candleford is part memoir, part history, and a lovely tale of growing up in the English countryside. 1,114 more words

Inspiration

Human Frailty

Full disclosure to avoid any semblance of plagiarism – I stole this idea from my current favorite BBC series Lark Rise to Candleford. (Current to me but originally aired in 2008 – 2011.) Dorcas Lane is the postmistress caught in a wave of changes to her small town of Candleford in Oxfordshire at the end of the 19th. 327 more words

Personal

7 Things: May 2016

I am documenting 7 things each month. Join me?

This Month …

1. Looking…

2. Enjoying…

3. Missing…

4. Listening…

5. Reading…

6.  Watching…

7. Memorizing… 9 more words

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