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A Writer's Garden with Linda Bradley

Today I’m welcoming author Linda Bradley and her garden memories to A Writer’s Garden. Welcome, Linda!

Thanks, Catherine.

Once upon a time, my garden was my refuge. 566 more words

A Writer's Garden

Monet's Garden

A new exhibit opens at the Vancouver Art Gallery today entitled “Monet’s Secret Garden” – here’s the Courier’s review. The first thought that crossed my mind was that there is not much secret about his garden. 100 more words


The Rose

A gift from my daughter this year was ‘The Rose’  The history of the World’s favourite flower with classic texts and beautiful rare prints. Written by Brent Elliott, Historian, Royal Horticultural Society the society shares the best in gardening. 240 more words

Elise McCune

Monet's Garden

Part of the river cruise that I took last month included a day trip to Giverny and Monet’s garden. Everything was lush and gorgeous and we got good weather and it was pure, unadulterated heaven. 71 more words

Jigsaw Falling Into Place

First…Thank you Radiohead for your entire catalogue of music, and for the title of this blog post :D

I have a slight addiction to working on jigsaw puzzles. 659 more words


My soul connection with Claude Monet and my Grandmother - by Jaymie Elder

Many of us feel a deep connection to Artists who have influenced and inspired humanity throughout history.

Ever since I began journeying with Juerg 12 years ago, we have practised being open to allow our intuition to guide us to places and people, which resonate with our heart and soul. 2,499 more words

Soul Journey

#A to Z: Xanadu

In Grade 5, I memorized Kubla Khan, the wonderful poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge about travel to the exotic land of Xanadu. I wanted Xanadu to be real, and to go there. 246 more words

Prompts And Challenges