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Inspired by the Catalpa

Snow is one of my most favorite things. I am ecstatic when the first flakes fall and wish fervently for snow on my birthday at the beginning of December. 591 more words



Today I went in for a tattoo.

It has been three years since my last one, and in that time I’ve lost some weight, so it felt a lot more uncomfortable this time around. 156 more words

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Museum of Magic and Witchcraft

Quite recently I was fortunate to travel down to Cornwall and visited the Museum of magic and Witchcraft in the small coastal town of Boscastle.For those of you unfamiliar with the museum below is what is written on its official website. 411 more words


Ogham: Saille

Saille, il Salice


Il genere Salix della famiglia delle Salicacee comprende circa 300 specie.
Il salice associato a questa lettera è il Salix alba, ovvero il salice bianco. 1,043 more words


St Olan's Well, Aghabulloge

I always seem to start my blog by saying how unexpectedly interesting the well in question is! It’s true – each well has its own merits and interest and this one is no exception. 903 more words


Sunday Poem ~


by Robert Frost


We had a swaying silver birch in our front yard. During an ice storm, the three branches curved, stuck to ice like spider legs. 89 more words

Victoria Kaloss

Ogham stones

Earlier this year I saw an online lecture by an Irish archeologist Michael Gibbons who specialises in Irish pilgrimage traditions.

His talk is mainly about pilgrimage sites in Ireland but especially at the beginning there are several references to, and photographs of, ogham stones.  184 more words

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